Electric mobility startup, Toutche on Monday launched its new generation Heileo H100 electric bicycle in India with price starting at Rs 48,900. The electric bicycle has a detachable Li-ion battery and a 250 W rear hub motor.
Twitter told the Delhi High Court on Tuesday that it has not yet complied with the Centre’s new Information Technology rules. However, the social media giant added that it is currently in the process of doing so.
During a public interest litigation hearing, the high court asked if Twitter was in defiance of the new rules. To this question, the Centre answered in the affirmative, “The intermediaries were given three months to comply with the rules from February 26 onwards. It has been 41 days of non-compliance by Twitter.”Twitter, too, agreed that they had not complied with the rules “as of today”.
Cowin, the technology driving India’s Covid-19 vaccination drive, is all set to go international as over 50 countries have shown interest in the technology. National Health Authority (NHA) CEO and head of the CoWIN portal RS Sharma, in a tweet, said that over 50 countries across Central Asia, Latin America and Africa are interested in the technology. “@PMOIndia has directed us to create an open-source version of #CoWIN free of cost to any interested country, RS Sharma further said in the tweet Twitter.
Honda Cars India is reportedly planning to hike prices of all its products offered in the country owing to a sharp increase in input costs. News agency PTI quoted a company official as saying that rising prices of commodities like steel and precious metals is making a price hike necessary. Rajesh Giel, Honda Cars India Senior Vice President and Director for Marketing and Sales, told PTI that rising input costs are making a price hike necessary.
“The prices for raw materials like steel, aluminium and precious metals have increased sharply and many of them are at an all-time high, impacting our input costs significantly,” he reportedly outlined. “Our endeavour is to keep the cost of acquisition lower, so we are currently deliberating on how much of the additional cost we can absorb and how much will be inevitable to be passed on to our customers.”
Watch: Pakistani bride dressed in LED light lehenga
The video shows the bride making an entry with her husband dressed in lehenga with colourful LED lights. Hand in hand with the groom Rehab arrives at her mehendi ceremony.
As the saying goes all is fair in love and war. A video circulating on social media shows a Pakistani bride dressed in lehenga for her mehendi ceremony. Rehab Danial shared videos from her wedding celebration on Instagram and mentioned how her husband wanted her to shine bright with lights. As a result of which she wore a lehenga embellished with LED lights during the wedding celebration.
The video shows the bride making an entry with her husband dressed in lehenga with colourful LED lights. Hand in hand with the groom Rehab arrives at her mehendi ceremony. She shared the video and wrote the dress was designed by her husband who wanted his bride to shine bright with lights. The bride said she was told she would be made fun of but she wore the lehenga proudly.
People on social media were not impressed with the idea as one social media user said the idea was good but it would have been far better if they used anything well designed or used a glowing fabric. Large number of comments started coming on the video.
One user said her husband must be an electrician. Most couples opt to have a unique wedding. They might be for specially designed clothes, a destination wedding or a theme. But this groom wanted to create a special lehenga for his bride. While some appreciated the thoughts of the groom while the others found it to be weird.
Last year a similar incident happened when a wedding went viral as the groom arrived with his adorable dog on his bike. Another wedding where gol gappa was the theme the bride was seen wearing accessories made of this street food. One wedding went viral as bride and the groom were seen doing pushups in their wedding dresses.
Watch: Couple dances in the rain in Indore, unaffected by traffic; netizens applaud dance video
Multiple comments started coming on Twitter. One person prayed that God may bless them
In a video going viral on social media, a young couple was seen dancing in the Indore’s Tanya Bheel Square’s BRTS Area unaffected by the traffic. The couple is romantically dancing in the rain and having fun. A romantic song was also playing in the background of the video. The video has gone viral on social media. The internet users were in awe and applauded the dance of the couple.
Multiple comments started coming on Twitter. One person prayed that God may bless them. Another user said this was not a crime and people should let them enjoy their life. Another user applauded the dance by the couple. One user loved the dance of the couple and said he also wanted to go to Indore.
One user hailed the dance of the couple and said love is life. One user said the couple was cute and said God bless them.
One user said this was the face of new India. In a diverse comment, one person claimed that the dance was not in accordance to India’s traditions and culture. One user said Indore was the city of dreams where dreams came true. Another user commented that the couple were tarnishing the reputation of their parents. One user thought film shooting was going on in the city of Indore. Some users thought strict action should be taken against the couple . One person said the whole act was staged. Another person said the video was spreading love and happiness in the world. One user said in comparison to hatred and crime, love was better option for the world to remain sane.
Although the state administration has not given any comments on this video. The video is said to be of Bhawar kuan Thana Area of Indore. The area has many coaching institutes and youth hostels. As a result the area is crowded with students who come to the area to study.
Desperate thief sneaks inside mobile shop to steal phones with super gymnastic feat | WATCH
In the video, the man can be seen pushing himself through the opening barely a foot wide. He pushes himself through feet first and holds onto the bars for support while his legs dangle inside the mobile phone shop. It looks like he almost won’t make it inside when by some dint of superhuman will, he manoeuvres his shoulders to pass through.
Many of us would have seen people flattening themselves along the ground on roller skates to clear a bar close to the floor. A similar feat has been performed by a man while stealing mobile phones. He can be seen contorting himself through the bare opening like the ones in liquor stores for taking cash and handing out the goods.
The now-viral video was shared by a Reddit user and where the incident took place is not discernable.
Here’s how it happened. In the video, the man can be seen pushing himself through the opening barely a foot wide. He pushes himself through feet first and holds onto the bars for support while his legs dangle inside the mobile phone shop. It looks like he almost won’t make it inside when by some dint of superhuman will, he manoeuvres his shoulders to pass through.
Caught entirely on CCTV inside the shop, the man disappears from the screen and returns with some mobiles, we aren’t sure if they were iPhones or some such expensive instruments. If the journey in was nail-biting, the exit is also similar with his hands holding his final push for freedom. But he manages that with some acrobatic finesse and vamooses with the mobiles.
The thief was wearing a make-shift mask.
The viral video astounded Redditors. A user hailed the agility of the burglar and the efficiency with which he carried out the theft.
Another wondered why the bars had an opening in them. Another user said the thief might be desperate or maybe needed to make his ends meet or perhaps under the threat of a boss, assuming it is organised with a network.
One user compared the thief to Chinese action film star Jackie Chan. Others claimed the thief was a genius. A suggestion that came was that the should electrify the bars and then record it. Some viewers claimed it was a video from Brazil but we have not been able to ascertain that definitely.