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VANMOOF ELECTRIFIED X2 E-BIKE REVIEW: A SHAREABLE OBSESSION

Electric bikes are expensive. The simplest pedal-assist bikes, the ones with unsightly bolt-on batteries, start at around $1,000 and quickly climb well above $3,000 once a little finesse is applied to the design. But what if an e-bike could be shared with the entire family to help justify the cost? Imagine the value you’d extract from an e-bike used as a ... Read More »

Draft education policy to undergo two rounds of review before approval

New Delhi: Draft education policy report will undergo at least two rounds of review before it becomes a policy and no language will be imposed on schools in any state, the Centre clarified as opposition against indication of the draft favouring learning of Hindi gets louder in southern states. “This is a draft Policy submitted by the Committee and is placed for views ... Read More »

Hero Xtreme 200S First Ride Review – Sportsbike Enough?

When we went to the launch of Xpulse 200 and 200T, Hero gave us a big surprise. It launched a third motorcycle out of nowhere, which again uses the same chassis and engine. Hero Xtreme 200S made its way in the Indian market as the fourth premium offering from the manufacturer. For your information, NO, it does not look like ... Read More »

REVIEW: KUAT HIGHLINE 3-BIKE CAR RACK

There are so many options for bike racks these days, each with obvious pros and cons. A hitch rack is so easy but I’ve also bottomed them out and been rear-ended. Roof racks gets the bikes away from all the road gunk, but reduce MPG and take up real estate that could be utilitized for tents, canoes, etc. I was ... Read More »

2019 Triumph Speed Twin First Ride Review

M  View Photos The Triumph Speed Twin is the latest addition to the modern classic family Highlights The Speed Twin is the latest addition to the Triumph Bonneville family The original Triumph Speed Twin was introduced in 1938 The Triumph Speed Twin is expected to be priced under Rs. 11 lakh The speedometer edged past triple digit numbers, the nearly ... Read More »

TP-Link Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Power Strip review: The ultimate surge protector for the smart home (or smart home office)

The Kasa Smart Wi-Fi Power Strip from TP-Link makes no compromises in providing six switched smart outlets and three always-on fast USB charging ports along with power-surge protection. From a sleek design that fits in with modern home décor, to integration with its well-designed app, to an array of voice-control assistant support and scheduling, TP-Link has managed to make the ... Read More »

Sport NZ launches review into athlete welfare as cycling, football scandals emerge

Sport NZ is reviewing integrity in sport including match fixing, doping, corruption and athlete duty of care. Sport NZ is examining whether national sporting bodies are failing in their duty of care to athletes as Cycling NZ and NZ Football grapple with allegations of bullying, intimidation and inappropriate behaviour in its elite programmes. The national governing body has commissioned top sports lawyer Stephen ... Read More »

OnePlus 6 Gaming Performance Review

HIGHLIGHTS OnePlus 6’s gaming features are similar to the OnePlus 5 and 5T Its performance in PUBG Mobile is solid The OnePlus 6 did not heat up even in demanding games The OnePlus 6 is officially here and apart from our usual in-depth review, we decided to take the smartphone for a spin in terms of gaming performance. After all, it’s ... Read More »

Audi A6 saloon (2018) review: ultimate all-rounder business exec?

Audi is piling a lot of pressure on its new A6 saloon. It’s promised the world of the new mid-size exec: more space inside, more tech, better refinement, a less Russian doll-like design and, most crucially, better handling. The new A6 takes the fight, once again, to the BMW 5-series, Mercedes E-Class and Jaguar XF, with the A6 Avant estate due later in the year. Keep reading ... Read More »

Toyota Yaris review: Right car but too late to challenge Honda City, Hyundai Verna?

After contemplating for a long time, Toyota has finally brought in its Honda City, Hyundai Verna rival by bringing in its Toyota Yaris. SUVs might be posting growths in the Indian car industry but the year 2018 clearly belongs to the sedan segment. Toyota Yaris is the fourth sedan in company’s India portfolio and sits between the Toyota Etios and Toyota Corolla sedan. Toyota Kirloskar ... Read More »