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text 2019-09-05 08:19
Best 150cc Bikes in India with Price and Features

Office Going people or mostly Middle-class peoples use 150cc bikes in India. These bikes come within 1lakhs price ranges so it becomes affordable and also their mileage is good. To know about best 150cc bikes in India read this article today. We have shared price, features and all other details. To know more visit us today.

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url 2019-08-13 13:35
TVS Zeppelin, Ready to Hit the Indian Roads by 2020

TVS motor company is going to launch his cruiser motorcycle by 2020 in India. TVS Zeppelin comes with ultra-modern & futuristic design with a raw metallic look and aggressive body type. This bike comes with an engine of 220 cc single-cylinder engine. It is also offering the best milage in this range of bikes.  To know in details about this bikes visit our website today and know in-depth. 

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text 2019-08-09 12:09
ExtraMovies: Now Download the Latest Movies On Your Mobile

If you want to watch a movie on mobile but doesn't know about how to download it from mobile so this information is for you. You can download any Hollywood and Bollywood movie from extramovies without any cost. To know about the complete process read our blog today.

 

Usually, when one looks up ‘free movie download’ or ‘watch free movies online’ on Google, search engines end up giving you an exhaustive list of those free movie websites. However, a lot of those end up having hidden charges. Or worse, lead to a nasty computer virus that could wreck your entire system. Today, there are hundreds and thousands of torrents and movie sites that are available for free download of movies, but one among them stands out – ExtraMovies.

 

What is ExtraMovies?

 

ExtraMovies is a movie streaming website that you can use to search, download and watch the latest Hollywood and Bollywood pictures from wherever you want. Armed with a good interface, both on desktops and mobiles, ExtraMovies offers users a wide variety of choices in terms of downloading movies for free and watching them from the comfort of their home on their favorite handheld devices.

 

What are the best features of ExtraMovies?

 

The ExtraMovies website comes with multiple tabs, each of them catering to a different set of a movie audience to help them better understand how to navigate through it. The website has the following majorly important tabs.

 

To know about the complete process please visit here

 

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review 2019-07-23 22:14
The Nickel Boys - Colson Whitehead

This is the type of book you want to savour even though you can read it all in one sitting.
Colson Whitehead has done it again, The Nickel Boys is a gritty and horrifying story based on real events. Truth and fiction blend seamlessly in Whitehead's prose and the duel narratives force the reader to question their perceptions of the characters and their own preconceived notions about histories malleability.


Longer review to come because I plan to buy, annotate and reread this book many times.
Some of the smaller things I enjoyed:
•The callbacks to events at the very beginning of the book being shown in a new light (but in a way I would never have thought)
•The relationships between the boys
•How realistic the characters were
•The ending
•And that twist. I didn't see it coming...

I received this book as an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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text 2019-07-19 13:45
Why are Indians known to be such bad drivers?

In India, a person dies in a road accident every three minutes or 17 every hour, according to an IndiaSpend report. More than 1.5 million have died over the decade to 2016 and 5.5 million have been seriously injured. India has more crashes than any other country, which ends up tangling the criminal justice system in many cases and causing a loss equivalent to 3% of gross domestic product. My Auto Reviewer always comes with such an informative article and the latest news about car and bike market in India.

 

These abysmal statistics bring up a pertinent question – are Indians really just horrible drivers or is there something bigger at play that causes these accidents?

Judging by the daily anarchy that we witness on roads (traffic snarls, road rage, accidents, etc.) it seems like driving in India follows unwritten rules, which more often than not do not comply with the actual rules. A prevailing culture of corruption, coupled a rising disposable income among few individuals who feel they have authority over everyone, make it extremely easy to bend road rules, which more often than not result in tragic accidents.

 

 

It’s not that Indians are bad drivers; it’s just that all bad drivers in India have driving licenses. This happens because the Indian government certification is limited to testing a driver’s ability, and not to drive safely. Top that up with the prevalence of rampant corruption in RTOs and our roads become deadlier by the day. In a recent survey of corruption in Delhi, 26% of the households said they had first-hand experience of corrupt practices at the regional transport offices (RTOs). That’s how 16-year-olds are constantly seen whizzing past us in fancy convertibles.

 

The above statistics are a great example of the direct correlation between corruption and the increase in the number of bad drivers. A lot of individuals tend to hire agents who can expedite the process of obtaining licences. The agents, in collaboration with bureaucrats, are able to simplify the process of getting a licence.

 

And this phenomenon does not stop at just personal driving, but also extends to the trucking industry. According to a 2007 report from Transparency International India, the trucking industry alone paid nearly Rs. 22,200 crores in bribes every year; more than 43% of these bribes were paid to RTO officers, with the police taking 45% of the share.

What is the solution to repairing our reputation as bad drivers? A major overhaul of the system. Since RTOs are controlled by the states, it should be easier to begin reforms at the state level. Like Western countries, we could be tested in a simulator for a range of driving and safety skills instead of simply driving in a set pattern and proving that we can reverse in a safe compound. But more importantly, we need to take it upon ourselves to make our roads safer and our reputations cleaner again.

 

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