Home Two wheelers oi-Punith Bharadwaj By Punith Bharadwaj Published: Thursday, April 15, 2021, 12:34 [IST] Bajaj Auto has increased the prices of its first electric scooter, the Chetak EV. The company has increased the price of both variants of the electric scooter. The Bajaj Chetak EV now retails at a starting price of Rs 1.42 lakh, ex-showroom (Bangalore). The Bajaj Chetak electric scooter is offered in two variants: Urbane and Premium. The electric scooter was first launched with a price tag of Rs 1 lakh and Rs 1.15 lakh, respectively. The scooter then received a price hike in March 2021. The Urbane variant prices were increased by Rs 15,000 and the Premium variant by Rs 5,000. According to our sources, the company has yet again increased the prices of the Chetak EV. After the latest price hike, the Urbane variant now costs Rs 1.42 lakh. While the top-spec Premium variant costs Rs 1.44 lakh. All prices mentioned … [Read more...] about Bajaj Chetak EV Prices Increased: Electric Scooter Bookings Closed Again In India
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OPINION : "'I'll just have a little rest, a wee disco nap," I told myself before I headed off to my Seven Sharp interview, with the funny and rather adorable reporter Julian Lee. It didn't happen. Instead I sat on my bed as anxious as a 15-year-old waiting for NCEA level one exam results. Any more tightly wound, and I would not have needed a car to get to the location. I would simply spring there in several boing, boing, boings! I assume releasing one’s first book is supposed to be exciting. I felt like I was about to perform Lady Macbeth without learning my lines. If excited is another word for 'sh.....g myself' then I was certainly excited. A few months ago I was asked to write a book. Not a biography, a 'real' book for women about the real things that happen to us, and the mistakes I've made as I've attempted to be the leading lady in my own Grimm’s fairytale. It was wonderful writing it. I was fairly chuffed knowing I'd finished it, and even a bit proud to know it was being … [Read more...] about Why did I think I could write a book?
The $699 Beosound Emerge is Bang & Olufsen ‘s (B&O) latest wireless home speaker and, true to form, the Danish audio brand has focused heavily on creating a unique design. It goes on sale in Europe this month, but global availability isn’t expected until the fall. Developed in conjunction with Benjamin Hubert of Layer, a London-based design agency, the Beosound Emerge can produce expansive, room-filling sound from an enclosure that is only slightly bigger than a hardcover book, according to B&O. How big is it? It stands 9.8 inches tall and is only 2.6 inches wide. In keeping with the book-inspired design, B&O’s logo has been printed sideways, mimicking the spine of a book. The Emerge comes in black anthracite at the $699 price, but for $899, you can get a gold-tone edition that sports oak wood side panels for a more luxurious vibe. Despite having such a slender body, the Emerge possesses three discretely powered drivers for a total of 120 watts: A 37mm … [Read more...] about Bang & Olufsen’s latest speaker is as thin as a book
It's been almost 10 years since Kate Middleton and Prince William were married in a lavish wedding at Westminster Abbey. But do you know how the Duke of Cambridge proposed to his future bride? The pair got engaged during a trip to Kenya, back on October 20, 2010 - nearly a decade after they first met at The University of St Andrews. And of course, as you might expect from a prince - the proposal was very romantic. The couple travelled around the country before heading to Lake Rutundu, which Wills had decided was the perfect place for their special moment. According to royal expert Katie Nicholl, he booked a log cabin for their stay and the couple spent the day fishing (unsuccessfully) for rainbow trout. She goes on to claim that they later returned to the cabin and William took Kate out onto the veranda and got down on one knee. Awwww! How sweet! The lovebirds checked out the next morning and headed home, but before leaving they took the time to write sweet … [Read more...] about Kate Middleton left romantic note in guest book at cabin where Prince William proposed
The investment by AppWorks is a vote of confidence in Vietnamese healthcare booking app Docosan AppWorks is known for its investments in leading Southeast Asian companies such as Lalamove, Carousell, and ShopBack. Other investors that joined the round include Singapore-based Huat Ventures and biotech entrepreneur David Ma, according to TechinAsia . Established in January 2020, Docosan is an app for searching and booking appointments online with doctors 24/7, checking price lists and reviews by real patients. Docosan has helped 50,000 patients in Vietnam book appointments with physicians across 35 specialties within less than a year of operations. “Many clinics are frustrated after spending large amounts on social media marketing because these networks’ vast, opaque user bases are difficult to harness to reach new patients,” Docosan’s CEO and co-founder Beth Ann Lopez said in a press statement. “Docosan’s proprietary booking software provides doctors an easier way to manage … [Read more...] about AppWorks leads $1 million round in Vietnamese healthcare booking app Docosan