Monthly Archives: July 2021

Tesla is pressuring India to sharply cut import taxes on electric vehicles – sources

A Tesla logo is pictured on a car in the rain in the Manhattan neighborhood of New York, New York, the United States, on May 5, 2021. REUTERS / Carlo Allegri / File Photo NEW DELHI, July 23 (Reuters) – Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) has written to Indian ministries asking for a significant reduction in import duties on electric vehicles (EVs), ...

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Best Sellers Online: July 23

If your weekend plans involve a little retail therapy, we’ve got good news – tons of retailers are having sales over the next few days. So whether you’re in the mood for new clothes, beauty products, home decor, or tech gadgets, you can do it without racking up a huge credit card bill. To help you find the truly great ...

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This teen-run website is the premier media company “by and for” young people with disabilities.

If you ask, Emily Flores will tell you many reasons why she founded Cripple Media. On the one hand, she love magazines for teenagers. Inspired by teen-run brands like Rookie magazine, Flores found herself alone in her bedroom at age 15, Google searching “how to make a magazine.” She also wanted to make friends. When she launched her brand, she ...

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How to get a certificate of interest online

SBI Fixed Deposit (FD): The State Bank of India (SBI) has taken various initiatives to make SBI online banking smooth and easier for its customers. Allowing its Fixed Deposit (FD) account holders to obtain FD Certificate of Interest online is another step forward in this regard. India’s largest commercial bank has now announced that SBI clients can obtain their FD ...

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6 sites to watch nature live online

We all watched a David Attenborough documentary and thought ‘wow, nature is remarkable’. And yes, it really is. But it’s not always easy to get out into the wild. Whether it’s the weather, transportation, or just living in a bustling city, connecting with nature can be a challenge. However, with these six websites, you can watch nature live for free ...

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Edmunds: Is it possible to return the car you just bought?

With car prices at record highs and stocks dwindling, buyers might be tempted to strike a deal this summer without giving it much thought. But what if you get buyer’s remorse later, whether it’s over paying too much for your car or realizing that your new car isn’t really what you wanted? ? Is it possible to return your car? ...

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Ontario-wide website to help local businesses share COVID policies goes offline after facing online attacks

The website was taken down after being rebuffed by a small group of malicious critics. A website aimed at helping Ontarians make an informed decision about where they feel safe to visit has been forced to close – less than a week after it was conceived. The main reason for the disconnection was to distract from local businesses targeted by ...

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Are we facing another parts shortage? Fort Wayne banks step in

FORT WAYNE, Indiana (WANE) – Buyers may have struggled to get change in recent weeks, prompting some to wonder, “Are we seeing another coin shortage?” “ The short answer? It is complicated. Consumers will likely remember the nationwide coin shortage due to COVID-19. The supply chain and coin circulation patterns have been disrupted due to the disruption of businesses and ...

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How Shared Hosting Can Kill Your Online Business

One of the many advantages of the World Wide Web is that it offers a well-suited ecosystem where you can create, develop and scale any type of web project. The barriers to entry to owning a website have become more and more surmountable over the years. So much so that today more than 1.7 billion sites exist, inhabiting their small ...

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IMF urges countries to move from economic bailout to reform

A participant stands near an IMF logo during the 2018 annual meeting of the International Monetary Fund – World Bank in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia, October 12, 2018. REUTERS / Johannes P. Christo / File Photo WASHINGTON, July 20 (Reuters) – The International Monetary Fund’s No.2 official on Tuesday called on countries to shift from saving their economies from collapse ...

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