PS4 Games at Rs. 999 With Sony India Diwali Offer: Here’s the Full List


Select PS4 games in India have received a price cut to Rs. 999 as a part of Sony’s Diwali offers. While past PS4 game schemes have seen certain titles have an effective Rs. 999 price point, this time around Sony has made their prices a flat Rs. 999 per game for titles that usually retail for Rs. 1,499. This limited time offer is valid from October 16 to November 1. So if you were looking to buy cheap PS4 games, you may want to hold off until this comes into effect. This limited time offer will be available on Amazon IndiaFlipkartGames The Shop, Sony Centres, and most offline game stores as well.

PS4 games for India at Rs. 999

  • Bloodborne
  • Driveclub
  • Infamous Second Son
  • Killzone Shadow Fall
  • The Last of Us Remastered
  • LittleBigPlanet 3
  • Ratchet and Clank
  • Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End

You can already pick up some of these games like Uncharted 4, which has been available for under Rs. 999. In addition to this, Sony will be dropping price on games that cost Rs. 2,499 to Rs. 1,499. All in all, it seems like a mix of the company’s Back to School and Days of Play offers from earlier in the year.

PS4 games at Rs. 1,499 in India

  • Shadow of the Colossus
  • Uncharted: The Lost Legacy
  • Horizon Zero Dawn
  • Driveclub VR

Aside from games, PS VR sees a price drop to Rs. 25,990 instead of Rs. 37,990 and comes with Driveclub VR and PlayStation Worlds on disc, this is the revised PS VR not the first version. PS VR-exclusive Firewall: Zero Hour gets a discount too from Rs. 7,290 to Rs. 4,990. According to several retailers Gadgets 360 spoke to, stock isn’t uniformly spread across the country so don’t expect every local store to have pricing in line with this at the same time. These discounts join the price cut on the PS4 DualShock 4 controller.

In the lead up to Diwali, Sony has dropped the price of the PS4 controller to Rs. 3,990 instead of the usual Rs. 4,990. This is the first price drop for the DualShock 4 in recent memory. What’s more is, it’s not limited to the standard black controller either. The red, blue, gold, silver, and a new blue camouflage variant will also see a price cut to Rs. 3,990. As always, we’ve got in touch with the company for comment and will update the story if we hear from it.


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2019 Kawasaki Z900 Launched In India; Priced At Rs. 7.68 Lakh


The 2019 Kawasaki is now offered in three new colour options but gets no mechanical changes with power coming from the same in-line four-cylinder engine.

Following up the launch of the 2019 Versys 650, India Kawasaki Motor (IKM) has introduced the 2019 Z900 street-fighter motorcycle. As it was with the 2019 Versys 650, the 2019 Kawasaki Z900 gets cosmetic changes largely restricted to the graphics for the new model year while retaining the same mechanicals. The price tag remains the same as well on the 2019 Z900 at ₹ 7.68 lakh (ex-showroom). The in-line four-cylinder motorcycle is now available in three colour options including metallic moondust grey/ebony, pearl flat stardust white/metallic spark black and metallic flat spark black/metallic spark black.

Kawasaki Z900

First launched in 2017 as a replacement to the Z800, the Kawasaki Z900 is one of the more pocket friendly in-line fours you can get your hands on. The muscular styling remains on point with the chiselled fuel tank, upswept tail and sharp bikini fairing. The contrast finished exposed adds to the styling on the motorcycle even further.

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(The 2019 Kawasaki Z900’s in-line four motor makes 123.3 bhp and 98 Nm of peak torque)

In terms of powertrain, the 948 cc engine on the Kawasaki Z900 has been tuned to produce 123.3 bhp and 98.6 Nm of peak torque, paired with a 6-speed gearbox. Suspension duties are handled by 41 mm USD forks up front while the rear uses a monoshock unit. Both are adjustable. Braking duties are handled by 300 mm dual petal discs at the front and a single 250 mm petal disc at the rear. ABS is offered as standard. The bike tips the scales at 210 kg and gets a 17-litre fuel tank.

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The Kawasaki Z900 is locally assembled in the country at the company’s facility in Chakan, near Pune. The street-fighter competes with the Yamaha MT-09, Triumph Street Triple, Ducati Monster 797 and the Suzuki GSX-S750.

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In Visakhapatnam, Goddess at Sri Kanyaka Parameswari Temple Wrapped In Gold Jewellery Worth Rs 4.5 Crore


Goddess at the 140-year-old temple is adorned with jewellery worth crores every year

Visakhapatnam: 

As Dussehra festivities gather momentum, the goddess at Sri Kanyaka Parameswari temple was decorated with gold ornaments worth crores this year. The goddess was gifted jewellery worth Rs 4.5 crore and another Rs 2.5 crore as currency notes were used to decorate the temple interiors, said the organizing committee on Sunday in Visakhapatnam.

Traditionally every year, on the occasion of Devi Navaratri Vustavalu, the idol is wrapped with gold jewellery and decorated with new currency notes of every possible denomination. Both Indian and foreign currency notes were used to decorate the walls behind the goddess and floor of the inner temple room where the idol is kept.

In the 140-year-old temple, the idol is worshipped as Sri Mahalakshmi during Dussehra festivals. Local reports say, after a special puja yesterday, the priests decorated the goddess with gold saree, plait and ornaments.

Over 200 devotees have reportedly contributed the gold and cash for the puja this year. 





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Fuel Prices Hike Again, Petrol At Rs. 82.72 In Delhi


Fuel prices continued its upward trend on Sunday, with petrol being retailed at Rs 82.72 per litre and diesel at Rs 75.38 in the national capital.




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In Mumbai, the price of petrol has touched Rs 88.18 per litre and diesel costs Rs 79.02 per litre

Fuel prices continue to burn holes in the pocket of common people, showing no sign of relief in the coming days.

Fuel prices continued its upward trend on Sunday, with petrol being retailed at Rs 82.72 per litre and diesel at Rs 75.38 in the national capital.

In Mumbai, the price of petrol has touched Rs 88.18 per litre and diesel costs Rs 79.02 per litre

Similar trends were witnessed in Chennai, where the prices of petrol and diesel were hiked by Rs 85. 99 per litre and Rs 79. 71 per litre respectively.

In Kolkata, petrol is being sold at Rs 84. 54 per litre, while diesel has reached Rs 77.23-mark.

A steep hike has been witnessed in the fuel prices since the past few months.

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The Opposition has repeatedly blamed the Union Government for not doing enough to keep a check on prices, while the latter has maintained that global crude oil prices and other international factors are causing a hike in prices of petroleum products.

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Man Arrested For Alleged Rs 11-Lakh Net Banking Fraud In Delhi


New Delhi: 

A 30-year-old man has been arrested for allegedly impersonating an account holder of a Cental Bank of India branch in Dwarka and committing a fraud of Rs 11 lakh, the police said Saturday.

Koshi Kumar, a native of Chandole village in Jharkhand’s Giridih district, has been taken into police custody, they said.

Based on a complaint filed on September 17, a case was registered at the Chanakya Puri police station. The complainant alleged that Rs 11.5 lakh was withdrawn from his bank account, a senior police officer said.

The complainant claimed his registered mobile number was changed without his consent and the said amount was withdrawn through net banking, the officer added.

During an investigation, the employees at the bank branch were questioned and the account details were obtained, Madhur Verma, Deputy Commissioner of Police (New Delhi), said.

With the help of CCTV footage, two accused persons were identified. One of the accused, Kumar, was arrested in connection with the case on October 5, he said.

The role of the bank employees is being probed, police said, adding they are trying to trace the co-accused involved in the case.

 





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Loot over Rs 3 Lakh in Delhi bank, Shoot Cashier; 2 Arrested


दिल्‍ली : छावला इलाके में हुई बैंक डकैती मामले में 2 आरोपी गिरफ्तार

नई दिल्‍ली: दिल्ली के छावला इलाके में शुक्रवार को कॉपोरेशन बैंक में दिनदहाड़े 6 हथियारबंद लुटेरे घुसे, करीब सवा 3 लाख कैश लूटा और कैशियर की गोली मारकर हत्या कर दी. इस मामले में पुलिस ने एक आरोपी को गिरफ्तार कर लिया है. शुक्रवार दोपहर करीब 3:30 बजे दिल्ली के छावला इलाके के खैरा गांव की कॉर्पोरेशन बैंक में अपराधियों ने इस लूट को अंजाम दिया. 6 हथियारबंद लुटेरे पहले बैंक के सिक्योरिटी गार्ड की बन्दूक छीन लेते हैं, फिर बैंक में मौजूद 6 बैंककर्मियों और 10 ग्राहकों को बंधक बना लेते हैं. डर की वजह से बैंक के सभी कर्मचारी अंदर भागते हैं. बदमाश बैंक के अंदर तक जाते हैं, कई लोगों की पिटाई करते हैं. इसी बीच कैशियर संतोष को गोली मार देते हैं और 3 लाख 16 हज़ार रुपये लेकर फरार हो जाते हैं. भागते वक़्त सिक्योरिटी गार्ड की बन्दूक भी साथ ले जाते हैं. सभी बदमाश बाइक से आये थे.

दिल्ली में कानून व्यवस्था की धज़्ज़ियां उड़ाने वाली इस वारदात के बाद पुलिस मौके पर पहुंची. बैंक में अंदर जाकर डकैती के इस मामले की जांच के लिए कई टीमें बनीं और फिर पता चला कि आरोपी सोनीपत के रहने वाले हैं. छापेमारी के बाद एक आरोपी सचिन को गिरफ्तार कर लिया गया, जबकि उसके बाकी साथियों की तलाश जारी है. पुलिस के मुताबिक सभी दोस्तों ने मिलकर बैंक लूटने का प्लान बनाया था.


पुलिस के मुताबिक लूटी गई रकम और हथियार बरामद करना बाकी है. मामले में परवेज नाम का एक और आरोपी को पुलिस ने गिरफ्तार किया है.

VIDEO: दिल्ली में शुक्रवार को बैंक में हुई लूट का सामने आया CCTV



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2 Arrested For Allegedly Cheating Delhi Man Of Rs 8 Lakh


The mobile numbers of the callers were also registered on fake IDs (Representational)

New Delhi: 

Two men, accused of defrauding a man from Punjab of Rs 8 lakh using fake insurance policies, have been arrested, the police said on Saturday.

The accused were identified as Ankit Kumar, 24, resident of Mohan Garden in Uttam Nagar and Rahul Bansal, 24, resident of Gandhi Nagar, they said.

According to his police complaint, Punjab resident Ramesh Chander Khurana started receiving calls in October 2015 from different mobile numbers where the callers claimed to be calling from the customer relations department of his insurance company in Delhi.

The callers “apprised” Mr Khurana of the amount of claim he had on his investments in insurance policies, said Ajit Singla, additional commissioner of police (crime).

They told Mr Khurana that he can claim Rs 3,56,250 for the year 2011 to 2015. Later they told Khurana that he would get Rs 23,000,000 for his life time investment, if he deposited a total of Rs 8,86,000 in seven different bank accounts, Mr Singla added.

During investigation, it was found that five bank accounts out of the seven accounts, where money was deposited, were opened on forged identity proofs, the police said.

The mobile numbers of the callers were also registered on fake IDs. Following one of the cash trails, the police zeroed-in on Bansal and Kumar as the accused. In the transaction, Rs 40,000 was paid by Mr Khurana which was was later transferred to the bank account of Rahul Bansal and then Bansal transferred Rs 12,000 to Ankit Kumar, Mr Singla said.

Later, a Crime Branch team was formed after the case was registered. After 10 months, Kumar was arrested from Uttam Nagar on Tuesday and Bansal on Thursday, Mr Singla added.

Nine mobile phones, eleven SIM cards and two Laptops were recovered from their possession, Mr Singla said.





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2019 Kawasaki Versys 650 Launched In India; Priced At Rs. 6.69 Lakh


The 2019 Kawasaki Versys 650 gets no mechanical changes, or a change in its pricing, but there’s a new colour scheme on offer.




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The Kawasaki Versys 650 is powered by 650 cc twin-cylinder motor with 67.4 bhp on offer

India Kawasaki Motor (IKM) has launched the 2019 edition of the Versys 650 in the country right in time for the festive season. The  2019 Kawasaki Versys 650 is priced at ₹ 6.69 lakh (ex-showroom), same as the current model on sale while there are no mechanical changes either on the new model year. What’s new though is the paint scheme on the middleweight tourer with new black and green highlights for the front and rear section, while the fuel tank is finished in grey. The announcement comes just days after the Suzuki V-Strom 650 XT and the SWM Superdual T adventure motorcycle were launched in India.

Kawasaki Versys 650

Also Read: Suzuki V-Strom 650 XT ABS Launched In India

Power on the  2019 Kawasaki Versys 650 comes from the same 649 cc, parallel-twin, liquid-cooled engine tuned to produce 67.4 bhp and 64 Nm of peak torque. The motor is paired with a 6-speed gearbox. The bike uses a 41 mm USD forks up front and a pre-load and rebound adjustable monoshock suspension at the rear. Braking duties on the motorcycle are handled by 300 mm twin disc brakes at the frotn and a 250 mm single disc at the rear with Nissin calipers. Dual-channel ABS is offered as standard on the Versys 650.

Also Read: SWM Superdual T Launched In India

Touring has always been the mainstay for the Kawasaki Versys 650 and the bike rides on 17-inch alloy wheels shod with road-spec tyres. The bike still remains away from a lot of electronic intervention and does not have any of the fancy electronics onboard, also making for a competitive price tag.

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The 2019 Kawasaki Versys 650 undercuts its competition in terms of pricing. The Suzuki V-Strom 650 XT ABS is priced at ₹ 7.46 lakh, while the SWM Superdual T is priced at ₹ 6.80 lakh (all prices, ex-showroom).

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