from India Insight:

It was me, says Salman Khan’s driver in hit-and-run

March 30, 2015

Bollywood actor Salman Khan reacts on the green carpet in ColomboActor Salman Khan’s defence in a decade-old hit-and-run case got a significant boost on Monday after his driver testified in court that it was he, and not the Bollywood star, who was behind the wheel of an SUV that ran over people in 2002.

from India Insight:

Cheap MPV may not be the + Datsun needs to GO ahead in India

February 3, 2015

Datsun GO+ is seen in a car showroom in Noida on the outskirts of Delhi. Pciture by Sankalp PhartiyalNissan Motor Co Ltd hopes to boost its low-cost Datsun car brand in India with a new compact multi-purpose vehicle, or MPV, but the Japanese automaker might need to make inroads into smaller cities and the countryside if it wants to revive sales.

from India Insight:

Interview: DC Design mulls IPO to raise up to $24 million in 2014

February 5, 2014

Indian automotive design and modification firm DC Design is considering an initial public offering this year to raise about 1 billion to 1.5 billion rupees ($16 million-$24 million) to expand its operations, its founder said in an interview on Wednesday.

from Photographers' Blog:

Bureaucrats in a conflict zone

December 6, 2013

Bangui, Central African Republic

By Joe Penney

On Thursday, the volatile Central African Republic was host to a bloodbath. Hours of fighting between the former “Seleka” rebels that took power in a March coup d’etat and local militia and fighters loyal to the deposed president, Francois Bozize, killed over a hundred. As the situation continues to deteriorate, France is set to take a bigger role in its former colony’s security, sending hundreds of troops in the coming days.

from Photographers' Blog:

Home is where the Beetle is

October 30, 2013

Monterrey, Mexico

By Daniel Becerril

The need to find a place and make it your own is sometimes the only way to cope in a life full of surprises, hardship, sorrow and joy. It’s unbelievable how humans are capable of accommodating themselves in any space and under any circumstances.

from Global Investing:

Korean exporters’ yen nightmare (corrected)

January 17, 2013

(corrects name of hedge fund in para 3 to Symphony Financial Partners)

Any doubt about the importance of a weaker yen in thawing the frozen Japanese economy will have been dispelled by the Nikkei's surge to 32-month highs this week. Since early December, when it became clear an incoming Shinzo Abe administration would do its best to weaken the yen, the equity index has surged as the yen has fallen.

from Fan Fare:

Another Charlie Sheen car over the cliff

June 15, 2010

Another day.  Another pricey Charlie Sheen car ends up wrecked at the bottom of a Los Angeles canyon.  And another mystery heist.

from India Insight:

Recall virus dims Maruti A-Star lustre

February 23, 2010

No. 1 Indian carmaker Maruti Suzuki's recall of its best-selling A-Star vehicles may not cost the company much financially, but sure raises questions about the procedures followed by the company for disclosing such information to investors.

from Your View:

Work or play? Kids helping to clear snow

December 20, 2009

A group of Brooklyn kids help their Dad clear snow out from around their car after the December 19th snow storm.  Your View/Matthew Schrack

from Changing China:

China: Green or Gray?

December 4, 2009

                   

As Copenhagen's climate talks draw near, more and more critics are turning to the world's biggest emitter of greenhouse gases and asking how much damage has been done and what is being done about it?