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Julian Assange today said he would accept arrest by UK police if the UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention investigating his case ruled against him.
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"Embarrassed" with Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal wearing sandals during a banquet at the Rashtrapati Bhavan, a businessman from Visakhapatnam has sent a demand draft of Rs 364 to him and requested to buy a pair of shoes.
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Also while receiving Megesasy Award Kejriwal was wearing Sandils. At that time nobody spoke, now why such hue & cry.
There is nothing bad or derogatory in wearing Sandils. It is a matter of personal choice and comfort. Such hyper
criticism indicate wretched political thinking. 
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India's most powerful hatchback at #AutoExpo2016
Powered by a 1800cc engine, the three-door premium hatch is set to be India's most powerful one in this category
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The incident involving a Tanzanian girl in Bengaluru on Sunday night could have been prevented had the city police not left the girl at the mercy of the mob.
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And "claim" that the mobsters are all Modimen.

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Renault promised a refreshing new Duster for India and may well have come good on that. Now, the focus is on backing the SUV with a robust service network - one that can compete strongly against Hyundai and Maruti Suzuki.
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We are not yet a country that leaves cars at scrapyards. Everyone wishes their cars to look well maintained, as good as new and without burning holes in their pockets. Companies that have caught on to this mantra will match standards in competition with other manufacturers and THEN surpass sales figures purely basis their after sales services. The sales graphs will glaringly show this difference. That is how, the Chevrolets, Fords, Nissans and others dig their own graves with attractive competition in car models BUT customer unfriendly after sales service. Touts who hold monopolies then make a mockery of service at the licenced agencies of these manufacturers, further aggravated by manufacturers that don't monitor them or get a feedback on the beating their brands take due to such service centres. When the customer feels fooled, word of mouth travels faster than manufacturers might imagine. They ought to know that they are now required to function and profiteer in a better informed customer bunch. Ultimately the customer gets his delayed last laugh.
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The one lakh-plus bookings for the Renault Kwid has led to a production surge at the company’s plant in Chennai. Renault and alliance partner Nissan share the Oragadam plant and Renault has been pushing for a faster production ramp up to clear its bookings backlog.
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NICE CAR, NO MONEY TO BUY, PLEASE ANYBODY, CAN GIFT OR DONATE ME.?
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Indian car buyers have long been known to consider mileage as the most important factor in choosing a car. Eolab blends a petrol engine with an electric motor and is extremely lightweight – under 1,000kg - which helps it keep fuel consumption to the minimum.
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