Even a company as committed to the internal-combustion engine as Ferrari can see the writing on the wall, and we’re about to see a big shift in the company’s offerings as we enter the next decade.Ferrari’s next-generation hybrid will be unveiled this year, Automotive News reports, citing comments made by Ferrari CEO Louis Camilleri during its latest quarterly earnings call. It won’t debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March, but rather at a different event later in the year. It’ll make its way to buyers in early 2020.The unnamed hybrid supercar will sport the automaker’s second-generation hybrid system. The first generation found use in Formula One, in addition to Ferrari’s own LaFerrari hybrid hypercar. Unlike the V12-toting LaFerrari, though, this new car will reportedly make do with a V8, and it’s believed to make more power than the 710-horsepower 488 Pista. Furthermore, Ferrari’s CEO said on the call that 60 percent of the automaker’s lineup will carry hybrid variants by 2022.2022 is going to be a very important turning point for Ferrari. Not only will it offer a number of hybrids at that point, it’ll be the earliest point at which Ferrari unveils its first battery-electric supercar. Camilleri didn’t commit to any specific date, saying only that it would arrive after 2022.But Ferrari isn’t done with standalone internal-combustion cars by any measure. Two limited-edition models, the Monza SP1 and SP2, will start reaching customers in the fourth quarter of 2019. There’s also the matter of the “Purosangue,” the current name for Ferrari’s first SUV, which will be available in both gas-only and hybrid variants. 0 Preview • 2018 Ferrari 812 Superfast: Super in more ways than one Exotic Cars Hybrids Electric Cars Future Cars Performance Cars 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous More From Roadshow 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better Tags 75 Photos Ferrari’s Monza SP1 and SP2 don’t need no stinkin’ windshields 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value Share your voice Ferrari More about 2018 Ferrari 812 Superfast Post a comment Ferrari
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Samvat 20704 Nov, 2013Sensex gains 43 points, closes at 21,239 points; Nifty gains 10 points, closes at 6317Gainers – Tata Motors, Sun Pharma, Maruti Suzuki Samvat 2072 began on a positive note on the stock exchanges on Wednesday, with the S&P Sensex opening 191 points higher from its previous close of Tuesday, belying concerns that the Bihar Assembly poll results will subdue investor sentiments.The S&P BSE Sensex later trimmed gains to close at 25,866.95, up 123.69 points, or 0.48%. Some of the Sensex gainers included Axis Bank, Sun Pharma, Tata Steel, Bhel and L&T, while the scrips that closed lower included Hero Motocorp, Bharti Airtel and ITC.Axis Bank was the biggest gainer, closing 2.50% higher at Rs 480.20, followed by Sun Pharma that closed 1.93% higher at Rs 746.55.Infosys, recommended by many brokerages, saw a modest gain of 0.25% to close at Rs 1,109.15 on the BSE. The 50-scrip NSE Nifty also opened high at 7,838.80, but after paring the initial gains, closed at 7,825, a gain of 41.65 points, or 0.54%. The Nifty saw 43 advances and 7 declines, with Axis Bank, Yes Bank, BPCL and Sun Pharma posting decent gains, while Grasim, ITC and Bharti Airtel declined.Among the BSE sectoral indices, almost all of them ended in the green, the maximum gain being registered by BSE Realty Index, at 2.16%. The special trading session was held between 5.45 pm and 6.45 pm, heralding Samvat 2072.In Samvat 2071, during the special trading session on 23 October 2014, the S&P BSE Sensex gained 63 points to close at 26,851; the rally was led by ONGC, Reliance Industries and L&T.The Nifty had gained 18.65 points to close at 8014.55.Muhurat trading over the last five years:YearYearDateDateTrend/ResultTrend/ResultGainers/LosersGainers/LosersYearSamvat 2072Date11 Nov, 2015Trend/ResultSensex gains 123.69 points, closes at 25,866; Nifty up 41 points, closes at 7,825Gainers/LosersGainers â€“ Axis Bank, Sun Pharma, Tata STeelYearSamvat 2071Date23 Oct, 2014Trend/ResultSensex gains 63 points, closes at 26,851; Nifty gains 18 points, closes at 8014Gainers/LosersGainers – ONGC, RIL, :&TYearSamvat 2070Date4 Nov, 2013Trend/ResultSensex gains 43 points, closes at 21,239 points; Nifty gains 10 points, closes at 6317Gainers/LosersGainers – Tata Motors, Sun Pharma, Maruti SuzukiYearSamvat 2069Date13 Nov, 2012Trend/ResultSensex loses 51 points, closes at 18,618.87; Nifty sheds 16 points, closes at 5,666Gainers/LosersLosers – Tata Motors, HDFC, Infosys, SBIYearSamvat 2068Date26 Oct, 2011Trend/ResultSensex gains 34 points, closes at 17,288; Nifty up, closes at 5201Gainers/LosersGainers – L&T, SBI, HDFC Bank, Bajaj Auto YearDateTrend/ResultGainers/Losers Samvat 207123 Oct, 2014Sensex gains 63 points, closes at 26,851; Nifty gains 18 points, closes at 8014Gainers – ONGC, RIL, :&T Samvat 206826 Oct, 2011Sensex gains 34 points, closes at 17,288; Nifty up, closes at 5201Gainers – L&T, SBI, HDFC Bank, Bajaj Auto Samvat 206913 Nov, 2012Sensex loses 51 points, closes at 18,618.87; Nifty sheds 16 points, closes at 5,666Losers – Tata Motors, HDFC, Infosys, SBI Samvat 207211 Nov, 2015Sensex gains 123.69 points, closes at 25,866; Nifty up 41 points, closes at 7,825Gainers â€“ Axis Bank, Sun Pharma, Tata STeel
Close That would have been a happy outcome for the party. It ‘s always nice to see your cattle fatten themselves on the neighbour’s field while your own sickle (and hammer) hangs lazily from the eave.All eyes will be on Thiruvananthapuram and Pathanamthitta on May 23. Will BJP win these two seats and manage to push the CPM or the Congress to the third position in a couple of other seats?If that happens, the backlash would be complete for the Left. The flicker of anger in Pinarayi’s eyes is portentous!(The author is Managing Editor, International Business Times, India. Views are personal) BJP national president Amit Shah joins Jana Raksha Yatra in TrivandrumTwitter@BJP4IndiaKerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan once again treated media persons like dregs. When a journalist asked him about the voter turnout in Wednesday’s polling, the CM shouted him down saying ‘keep away from here’. Why the CM was upset with a question on high voter turnout in Kerala is a no-brainer though.For, the increased polling percentage is the crux of the post-poll analysis in Kerala now.Kerala saw 77.68 percent voting, the highest in 30 years in the Lok Sabha elections. It was nearly 4 percentage points higher than the 2014 turnout of 74 percent. Historically, the Left Front Vijayan leads has suffered badly each time the voter turnout was higher than 75 percent.A UDF upper hand in Kerala in this elections has been factored in, even by the CPI-M cadres. Realistically the party insiders don’t hope to win the 2014 tally of eight seats. Winning as many would be a great win for CPI-M under the circumstances.Therefore, the CM’s angry reaction does signal that the prognosis is worse. For the Left, what’s worse than a UDF landslide is the possibility of BJP winning a few seats in Kerala. The CPI-M kept the BJP at bay for long, paying a heavy price in the process. In 2014 LS elections, the Left front flipped its own cadre votes to the Congress candidate in Thiruvananthapuram in order to keep BJP out of the electoral sweepstakes in the state. That’s a ‘sacrifice’ the Left has done many a time in the past.The barrage breaching? However, it looks like CPI-M and Pinarayi Vijayan fear that this barrage may have been breached this time. What does a BJP win in any of the Kerala seats mean? First and foremost, a BJP win will mean the rejection of the whole political argument the Left built up through the various phases of the Sabarimala agitation.In a worst case scenario, what if the BJP wins a couple of seats and manages to come to an even keel with the Left’s tally? That would be more than a momentary loss of face. The CPI-M will have to re-imagine its voter base. For long it was backed up the majority Hindu demographics. But if BJP has successfully poached into that turf, what’s the Left left with? The UDF has always been a ‘minority front’ that enjoys the support of the sizeable Muslim and Christian population in the state. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is addressing a public rally in Kathua, Jammu and Kashmir on April 14.The CPI-M loves to believe that, in fighting BJP violently, it’s keeping a fascist party at bay. There’s a narcissistic streak in the party. It loves itself too much to fatally ignore its own fascist stripes. It feigns to be the bulwark against fascism, but ends up as the most fearsome proponent of the politics of bloodshed. All in the name of secularism!What makes the CPI-M hate BJP so violently? Ideology? Yes of course, it’s there. But more than that, the Left sees in the rear view mirror another ‘Hindu party’ racing fast and catching up with them. Shorn of lofty ideologies, it’s a dog fight for the turf and an attractive voter base. This election is a crucial touchstone.A ‘secular’ consolidation that didn’t happen?Sure, the Left in Kerala will not be washed out if the BJP wins an LS seat in Kerala. A couple of seats for the BJP in a spreadsheet dominated by the Left would have been brushed aside happily. Rather it could have been interpreted as the demise of the Congress in Kerala. But what if the Congress-led UDF wins a lion’s share of the seats and the Left and BJP end up with a couple of seats each? That will be the most unpalatable scenario for the party and a daunting challenge for it to deal with in future. It’s not clear if that will happen in Kerala. But Vijayan’s angry outburst betrays some misgivings.CPI-M’s tactical positioning in Sabarimala was dictated by the demands of realpolitik. It was a given that BJP, the national ruling party, was on the ascendancy in Kerala. By taking a stand against faith and conventions in Sabarimala, the Left wanted to create a straight-laced secular Vs communal paradigm. They figured out that while all that’s theirs would remain theirs, all that’s Congress’s would also become theirs. The Left calculated that the majority Hindu voters would desert Congress and join forces with the BJP while the minorities would flock to them in a ‘secular’ consolidation. Two women under 50 enter Kerala’s Sabarimala temple
At least 16 people were killed in road accidents in Gopalganj, Sirajganj, Tangail, Rajshahi and Pabna districts on Thursday, says UNB.Six of them were killed in Gopalganj while four in Sirajganj and two each in Tangail, Rajshahi and Pabna.In Gopalganj, a bus rammed a microbus at Gerekhola in Kashiani upazila in the morning, killing six people, including five members of a family.Five of the deceased were identified as Halim Akon, a Saudi expatriate, his wife Asma Khatun, their two sons — Sujon and Shihab — and Halim’s brother-in-law Babul Hawladar, of Sharankhola upazila in Bagerhat district.Saidur Rahman Khan, police super of Gopalganj, said the Dhaka-bound bus of ‘Sheba Greenline Paribahan’ crashed into the microbus coming from the opposite direction around 9:45am, leaving the six microbus passengers dead on the spot.The family met the tragic end of their lives while returning home after receiving Halim, who came to Bangladesh from Saudi Arabia in the morning, at Hazrat Shahjalal International Airport in the capital.In Sirajganj, four people, including three members of a family, were killed and two others injured when a bus hammered a microbus on Dhaka-Bogra highway at Ghurka Beltala in Raiganj upazila in the early hours.The deceased were identified as Mili Begum, 35, wife of Harun-or-Rashid, their son Sagar, 13, Mili’s father-in-law Solaiman, 65, of Kahalu upazila, and Abdul Khalek, 32, the microbus driver hailing from Dupchachia upazila of Bogra district.Abdul Gani, a sergeant of Hatikumrul Highway Police, said the Kurigram-bound bus of ‘Dhanshiri Paribahan’ hit the microbus around 12:45am, leaving its four inmates killed on the spot and two others injured.In Tangail, a Jamalpur-bound microbus ran two women over at Pathanbari of Dhanbari upazila in the morning while they were on a morning walk along Madhupur-Jamalpur road, killing them on the spot.The deceased were Reba Begum, 32, wife of Babul Bakul, and Shahaton Begum, 50, wife of Abdul Mazid, of the area.Mujibur Rahman, officer-in-charge of Dhanbari police station, said the microbus driver fled the scene leaving his vehicle behind.In Rajshahi, a young man and his nephew were killed as a truck hit their motorbike on Rajshahi-Dhaka highway at Pollapukur intersection in Puthia upazila at noon.The deceased were Tushar Hossain, 22, son of Abdul Latif, and Shahin Ali, 20, son of Nazmul Islam of Ramchandrapur Kedurmor area of the city.Police said the truck crashed into the bike of Tushar when he along with his nephew Shahin was going to Natore, leaving the duo dead on the spot.In Pabna, two motorcyclists were killed as their bike skidded on the Dashuriya-Muladuli road in Muladuli area of Ishwardi upazila in the afternoon.The deceased were Asharful Islam, 25, son of Hasibur Rahman, resident of Arjopara village, and Shipon Hossain, 23, son of Khalilur Rahman, resident of Dori Nazirpur village of Atgharia upazila.Sub-inspector Ganesh Chandra Mandal, in-charge of Pakshi highway police outpost, said the motorcycle skidded off the road in front of a sugarcane field when its driver tried to put the brake, leaving the duo dead on the spot.
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/. Rep. Joe Kennedy, D-Mass., is delivering the Democratic response to President Trump’s State of the Union address on Tuesday.Rep. Joe Kennedy, D-Mass., delivered the rebuttal to President Trump’s State of the Union address Tuesday night. Democratic leaders called Kennedy a “relentless fighter for working Americans” in their announcement of his selection. At 37, Kennedy has served in Congress since 2013.“It would be easy to dismiss the past year as chaos. Partisanship. Politics,” he said. “But it’s far bigger than that. This administration isn’t just targeting the laws that protect us — they are targeting the very idea that we are all worthy of protection.”Editor’s note: The transcript will be updated throughout the speech. While we are working to correct errors, it may contain discrepancies and typographical errors. Share