Automobiles are a form of luxury for many and when it comes to being luxurious, well, some cars do it better than others. So here are the cars that did it best this year. Starting off with the Volvo XC60, this SUV is arguably one of the best-looking cars that Volvo has made and comes shod with the now iconic thor hammer headlamps. Everything about the car is meant to make it look muscular while still looking premium. On the inside of the car, the Volvo XC60 has one of the best interiors in the world. Then, there’s the BMW 6 series GT which brings along with itself a coupe-like design with the sloping roofline that merges seamlessy into the boot. But it is when you step inside the car that you are greeted by the suave interiors. One of the key design elements is the floating touchscreen infotainment system that supports gesture control and looks fantastic. But when it comes to luxury, you cannot not consider the Mercedes-Benz S-Class. For the year 2018 it came back as a new car and is typically what you would define a car as a proper luxurious sedan. With gigantic proportions on the outside, it has a futuristic interior design with oodles of space for the rear passengers. And when it comes SUVs we have the Porsche Cayenne and the Audi Q5 fighting for the podium. Make sure you vote for your favourite luxury car by logging on to News18.com/vote.
The 2018 edition of the Tech and Auto Awards are here and it is time to look back at those who made a mark in the industry. While there were several worthy contendors to choose from, we have selected the best of the best. Here's how.
Kamal Nath, the wily old fox from Chhindwara, is the man who will be at the helm of affairs after the Congress emerged victorious in a thriller of a result in Madhya Pradesh.
After securing a win in Rajasthan, Congress faced the dilemma of choosing a Chief Minister in the state. With two strong candidates in the fray, Pradesh Congress Committee president Sachin Pilot and AICC general secretary Ashok Gehlot, Congress’ decision on the top job was delayed. But after much deliberation, -- was finally named as Rajasthan CM. Here’s why Rahul Gandhi and Congress chose -- to take on the responsibility of the largest Indian state. Ashok gehlot is a veteran Congess leader, who has served as Rajasthan CM for two terms in 1998-2003 and 2008-2013. Gehlot has been loyal to party high command and he has political and administrative experience. More importantly, he has the ability to run a coalition in the state. It is believed that Gehlot has good rapport with independent MLAs and rebel candidates. And since Congress did not comfortably clear the majority mark of 101 seats, the party preferred to promote the veteran to the top job to run a tight ship in Rajasthan. It is believed that Congress lacks structure and Gehlot brings organizational skills with him to the table. Gehlot is also capable to gather good support for Congress in state for 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Gehlot’s selection also indicates that Congress is looking to recharge its traditional vote bank. He also proved his mettle in Gujarat, where he was selected coordinate the party's election campaign.
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In an exclusive interview with CNN News18's Vimal Kumar, Gautam Gambhir not only took a jab against Ravi Shastri, but showed no qualms in saying that Indian skipper Virat Kohli shouldn't alone be given the credit of the team's success.
Innumerable rounds of counting and a close fight were what ensued after the Madhya Pradesh Assembly Elections 2018.
First thing first; if you are thinking Aquaman is going to be a one man show then you should just hold your thoughts right there because the ladies in the life of this underwater superman (Yes I'm talking about Amber Heard and Nicole Kidman) almost equally stand a chance of blowing some minds with their commanding and stylish performance in the film. Kudos to James Wan, that’s how you portray women in 2018
It is quite clearly a season of big Indian weddings.
Otaram Dewasi, who was the minister of Gaupalan Department, a ministry that was formed for the first time in the state when Raje government came to power in 2013, lost his Sirohi seat to independent candidate Sanyam Lodha by a margin of 10,253 votes.