The Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA) said considering the long downturn that has lasted well over a year now and the current dynamic demand situation, selling 100 per cent of the BS IV vehicles currently in stock with its members by March 31 is a tough task. "FADA, hence, appeals to all OEMs (original equipment manufactures) to shift completely to BS VI vehicles for all wholesale despatches to dealers and stop further billing of BS IV vehicles with immediate effect to dealers, thereby helping liquidation of the current BS IV inventory for a smoother transition to BS VI, " FADA President Ashish Kale said in a statement.
Chelsea starlet Reece James has been urged to become accustomed to playing in the centre of defence to realise his England ambitions amid competition from Liverpool s Trent Alexander Arnold.James, 20, is enjoying a breakthrough season at Stamford Bridge, making 20 appearances under Blues legend Frank Lampard and staking his claim for an England call up.
Jadon Sancho is ready to snub Chelsea and Real Madrid to join Manchester United at the end of the season, reports say.The England star is attracting attention from a number of European clubs and Borussia Dortmund are already preparing for his departure ahead of the summer.
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A dozen of the vulnerabilities Microsoft patched today are rated ;critical,; meaning malware or miscreants could exploit them remotely to gain complete control over an affected system with little to no help from the user.Last month, Microsoft released an advisory warning that attackers were exploiting a previously unknown flaw in IE. That vulnerability, assigned as CVE 2020 0674, has been patched with this month ''s release. It could be used to install malware just by getting a user to browse to a malicious or hacked Web site.
Rumors of a new Nikon pro level sports camera were running rampant throughout most of 2019, with the camera maker putting a stop to those in September by letting us know that the D6 was in development.
Car giant Nissan has developed a lullaby specifically designed for electric vehicles to help parents send their young children to sleep.Designed in collaboration with sound designer and sleep coach Tom Middleton, the Dream Drive lullaby blends sounds of the Nissan Leaf with frequencies produced by a humming combustion engine to create a hypnotic soundscape for babies.
Swane van Wyk, 21, was performing her daily duties inside the lion enclosure in Zwartkloof Private Game Reserve near Bela Bela in Limpopo province when she was attacked by the big cats, according to SA People.Her screams alerted other staff members. She escaped the cage but was found collapsed by its gate with deep bite and claw wounds, the news outlet added.
ALSO READ Researchers Work On Battery Power Sharing Tool, Swap Stations To Make EVs AffordableJapanese security firm TrendMicro recently reported on their blog that as many as nine software on the Android Play Store pretend to be applications that they are actually not. These applications are automatically installed usually under the garb of ”device speed booster ” and ”device cleaners ”. The problematic area that these applications then tread into is that they run scripts in the background which can abuse a user ''s data without their knowledge. These applications may install and pretend to be ”system software ” to stay away from the user ''s sight. The report also states that these risky apps have been downloaded well above 470,000 times from Google Play. These apps may usually be called something like "Speed clean " and "Super clean ".
Matt Hardy hinted at his WWE departure following a segment that saw him get attacked by Randy Orton on Monday''s episode of Raw.Orton hit Hardy with an RKO and then a Con Chair To when Matt demanded answers about Orton''s attack on Edge a couple of weeks ago, which led to Hardy posting the following on Twitter:
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WWE reportedly pulled The IIconics off television a few months ago in an effort to freshen up their characters.According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter (h t WrestlingInc.com''s Marc Middleton), WWE is aiming to repackage Peyton Royce and Billie Kay, although no information on their potential return date nor character changes was provided.
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To check up on how bees have been handling the changing climate, researchers looked at 66 bumblebee species across North America and Europe. They compared baseline population data collected between 1901 and 1974 to modern data, collected between 2000 and 2014. Then they looked at how bee populations changed during some of the hottest and coldest months, and months with the most and least amount of precipitation. What they found was not particularly promising. The probability of bees occupying a given region declined by 46 percent in North America and 16 percent in Europe in large part due to extreme heat linked to climate change. The researchers suggested that bees are not colonizing and repopulating during months where they experience heat that pushes past their typical thermal limits. In fact, some species are abandoning hotter regions, resulting in a 30 percent decline in the likelihood of seeing bumblebees in a given location.That is some bad news for bees at a time when it seems like things couldn''t get much worse for the little creatures. Basically everywhere they turn, humans have started to cut into their environment in some way. In more commercial settings like on farms, bees are being devastated by the use of pesticides. A number of studies have found that commonly used insecticides and weed killers have had adverse effects not only on bees themselves but also on the plants that they count on as a food source. This has become a global epidemic as more and more developing countries embrace the use of these chemicals to help keep up with the needs of a growing population and increased demand for food crops. In Brazil, for example, pesticide use has skyrocketed by more than 770 percent over the last two decades, according to Bloomberg. The result is a shocking drop in the bee population. The insects are dying by the millions in the country. More than 500 million honey bees were found dead across four states in the country in the spring of 2019, largely the result of exposure to harmful chemicals. Even when those chemicals don''t kill bees outright, they effectively maim them, weakening them to the point of being unable to reproduce. This can lead to a phenomenon known as colony collapse disorder, wherein thousands of bees die suddenly and seemingly all at once. The use of pesticides has largely been thought responsible for pushing pollinators and other insects to the brink of extinction. A 2019 study published in the journal Biological Conservation found that as much as 40 percent of all insects are threatened with complete extinction simply because of exposure to chemicals found in insecticides and pesticides.
(PLATTE COUNTY, Mo.) A jury convicted a Parkville woman of killing her former husband, whose body was found in his Riverside home 12 years ago.Platte County Prosecutor ''s office says the jury handed the judge a first degree murder verdict against Letti K. Strait on Thursday. Strait was accused of killing her ex husband, Charles Cammisano, in September 2007.
President Iohannis announced that he would designate a prime minister candidate on Thursday evening, February 6, after consultations with the political parties represented in the Parliament.He made it clear that he prefers the scenario of early elections, but if this does not get enough support from the political parties, he will nominate another Liberal to form the new Government.
An American man yesterday was threatened by a lettuce, guacamole, bacon and tomato sandwich which, apparently, is the mascot of the LGBT agenda.
Franklin Graham, an American pastor with links to Donald Trump, is planning a UK tour in June. But, as of this week, all but one of the venues due to host him have cancelled on him, following protests from LGBT groups.Pink News has dubbed Graham a hate preacher due to his staunch anti LGBT views. He has accused gay people of pursuing a wicked, evil agenda in American schools. For Graham, gay rights represent a moral implosion akin to how the towers fell on 9 11 - they imploded from within , he says. He has also referred to gay people as the enemy .