Tata Motors has questioned the latest numbers released by the Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA) that showed it trailing Mahindra & Mahindra in the commercial vehicle segment.

According to the data collected by FADA based on vehicle registrations by various auto dealers, Mahindra & Mahindra’s market share in the commercial vehicle category has skyrocketed to 40 per cent in August 2020 from 23.5 per cent last year even as Tata Motors’ share has shrunk to 26 per cent from 42 per cent in the same period.

While Tata Motors claims that this market share data have limitations in reflecting actual sales, as all vehicle dealers are not members of FADA, Mahindra & Mahindra says it has outperformed the industry due to its well-thought strategy.

FADA is the apex national body of automobile retail. It is only for the second time — after July 2020 — that FADA is releasing

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Retailers Association of India (RAI) on Monday said that the recent guidelines issued by the Home Affairs Ministry on the issue of the weekend and local lockdowns would help remove roadblocks at the local level and will bring some relief for the retail industry.

The retailers’ industry body had earlier raised concerns about the adverse impact of weekend curfews and partial lockdowns being imposed by various state governments.

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in its Unlock 4.0 guidelines has said that the ‘State/ UT Governments shall not impose any local lockdown (State/ District/ sub-division/City/ village level), outside the containment zones, without prior consultation with the Central Government’.

In a statement, Kumar Rajagopalan, CEO, Retailers Association of India (RAI), said that RAI had shared its concerns about weekend lockdowns and partial lockdowns imposed by state governments with DPIIT and MHA.

“We appreciate the efforts of MHA and DPIIT for taking

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TIBURON, Calif. (KGO) — Thursday night, a four-hour heated, virtual community meeting took place over an incident that happened in the small North Bay city of Tiburon, California.

A Black business owner believes he was racially profiled by police as he was filling inventory inside his store last Friday at 1 AM.

ORIGINAL STORY: Tiburon police demand Black business owner prove who he is

Two videos show an officer saying, “This street closes at 9 o’clock at night and there’s never anybody in here. This isn’t regular business hours, there’s no customers in there. Is it your store? That’s all we want to know. I want to know what you’re doing in the store at 1 o’clock in the morning.”

“When I feel harassed and I feel targeted I say it, and I say it as I see it, and that’s what that was,” says business owner Yema Khalif who

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The National Solar Energy Federation of India (NSEFI) has requested the Telangana Government to exempt solar power developers from payment of Entry Tax for the capital goods imported into the State for setting up solar power projects..

The NSEFI called upon the State Government to “Direct the concerned to exempt developers from payment of Entry Tax for the capital goods, imported into Telangana and which were used for setting up of the solar power projects by the developers.” The levy of Entry Tax is around 12.5 per cent on the capital goods coming from other States and the imports are exempted.

Subrahmanyam Pulipaka, Chief Executive Officer, in the letter addressed to Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao and to R K Singh, Union Minister of State, Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, and Indu Shekhar Chaturvedi, Secretary Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, requested immediate action as the tax could set-back

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In a shocking incident, an employee of the Carrefour supermarket in Brazil dropped dead at work, however, instead of doing the needful, the staff decided to cover his dead body with boxes and umbrellas in order to keep the store running. Also Read – Bizarre! Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro Calls Amazon Fires a ‘Lie’ Despite Videos Showing the Rainforest Burning

The incident occurred at a store in the northeastern state of Recife on August 14 but only came to light this week, after pictures of the insensitive treatment went viral on social media, sparking outrage.

“A worker died in a Carrefour supermarket in Recife, which covered up his body to remain open. Welcome to Brazil in the year 2020,” one Twitter user wrote.

Here is how others voiced their anger:

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NEW YORK, Aug. 19, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — BioLift™, a patented botanical beverage with a refreshing fruity taste, hits US shelves. The drink is formulated to sync with the body clock to overcome the afternoon slump known as Post Lunch Dip (PLD), which costs the US economy $134.6 billion per year due to lower productivity from employees at work. These hours are also the most dangerous hours of the day for work and road accidents.

For many people, pushing through this daily slump is challenging. A bottle of BioLift helps our body’s circadian rhythm overcome the tiring midday slump known as ”Post Lunch Dip” (PLD) as it is light, refreshing, and doesn’t leave you feeling edgy or agitated. 

“BioLift was shown through 3 clinical trials to increase productivity, reduce brain fog, and maintain clarity for higher performance. But, unlike its caffeinated competitors, BioLift does not increase pulse or blood

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