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Gionee unveils two smartphones in India

Chinese mobile maker Gionee India launched two new smartphones F205 and S11 Lite on Thursday in New Delhi. The company showcased both the phones last year in China.

With better camera specification and features like full view display and face unlock the F205 and S11 Lite will be priced at Rs 8,999 and Rs 13,999 respectively.

Ford launches Freestyle @ Rs 5.09 lakh

Ford India on Thursday launched its cross-hatchback Freestyle in India four-wheeler market. The Ford Freestyle has been priced at Rs 5.09 lakh, while the diesel variant starts from Rs 609,000, both prices are ex-showroom. The Freestyle is a crossover offering based on the Figo hatchback. Ford dealerships have already commenced bookings and the deliveries should start shortly. Ford Freestyle competes with likes of the Maruti Suzuki Ignis along with other cross-hatchbacks like the Toyota Etios Cross, Fiat Avventura, Hyundai i20 Active.

Tata Motors launches ‘Ultra’ range of trucks

Tata Motors, India’s biggest commercial vehicle maker by sales, has launched Ultra brand range of trucks to defend and consolidate its overall market share from losing to rivals in Asia’s third biggest economy.

In August 2017, the company had announced its aggressive growth game-plan to regain 5 per cent market share. In FY2018, the company sold a total of 376,456 commercial vehicles, growing its market share to 43.96 per cent from 42.80 per cent in FY2017.

More than cheers from Emirates

If you are a teetotaller, this one is not for you. But if you are not, Emirates seems well set to bring more cheers than three when you catch your next flight-across all classes, with 30 new spirits and liqueurs-all premium brands. The new spirits menu on board includes a mix of niche, hand-crafted brands as well as popular and well-loved spirits such as Hennessy cognacs in all classes including the exclusive Hennessy Paradis in First Class and for a limited period on select routes the extremely rare Hennessy Paradis Impérial.

Nokia back to profit in India

Nokia which had slipped from the heights of mobile handset business in the country, has become profitable again in just over a year of relaunch of its phones, a top company official said. “We are already profitable in India,” Amit Goyal, the global business head( north & east) of HMD GLobal, which is the global licensee of Nokia brand, said here today at the launch of three handsets in the east.

Google unveils new search experience for Indian job-seekers

With the broad objective of improving the job search experience for users across India, Google unveiled an immersive new search experience that makes it easier and quiker for job seekers to find relevant employment opportunites from many popular job listing websites, online classified, and companies.

JLR opens bookings for new Range Rover and Range Rover Sport

Tata Motors-owned British sports car maker Jaguar Land Rover has opened the bookings for the 2018 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport facelift models in India to boost its sales in Asia’s third biggest car mart.

These sports utility vehicles or SUVs will be launched in the country in a couple of months.

Both the SUVs comprising of four trims of 3-litre V6 diesel, 4.4-litre V8 diesel and 3-litre V6 supercharged petrol, 5-litre V8 supercharged petrol variants each will be sold in India.

Mahindra launches XUV500 facelift for Rs 12.32 lakh onward

Mahindra & Mahindra, India’s biggest utility vehicle maker, on Wednesday introduced a facelift version of its flagship sport utility vehicle XUV500 with a target to achieve 25 per cent more monthly sales growth of this vehicle that was first unveiled in 2011.

The ageing Mahindra XUV500 had been facing tough competition from new SUVs like the Tata Hexa, the Jeep Compass, and Hyundai Creta, among other models in the fiercely competitive and price conscious third biggest growing car mart in Asia.

Samsung once again grabs the top spot

Samsung leads the list second year in a row to become India’s Most Trusted Brand. Sony and LG follow to retain pole positions as India’s second and third Most Trusted Brands in an encore of 2017. The fourth Most Trusted Brand is India’s leading multinational conglomerate, Tata, and is followed by the Cupertino based technology company, Apple, slipping a rank from last year.

This was released in TRA’s Brand Trust Report 2018 a syndicated research conducted amongst 2,488 consumer-influencers across 16 cities in India.

Haringhata Meat takes online route to go national

Mamata Banerjee government in Bengal seems well set to add a dash of mouth watering meaty delicacies to your palate. The State-run West Bengal Livestock Development Corporation Limited (WBLDC), which is under the department of animal resources development, has teamed up with Delybazar, a leading online platform for online supply of fresh fish, meat and varied items of daily needs, to offer a wide medley of tropical meat like Lean Pork, Fresh Pork, Dressed Pekin Duck, Dressed Turkey meat, Dressed Quail, lamb meat, to name a few, online.

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