first_imgMahindra & Mahindra Ltd. launched the CNG variant of its popular mini-truck Jeeto in India; priced at Rs 3.49 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). Mahindra Jeeto CNG variant aims to promote eco-friendly last mile transportation of goods and has been developed to cater to the evolving business needs of the transporters. The CNG Variant of the Jeeto will be available on the top end model of Jeeto X716.ALSO READ:Mahindra Thar Club Challenge 2016 turns out to be a hitPravin Shah, President & Chief Executive, (Automotive) Mahindra & Mahindra. said, “With the launch of Jeeto CNG, Mahindra has taken yet another step towards promoting sustainable mobility solutions. With best in class payload, higher mileage, longer deck size & attractive pricing, Jeeto CNG offers excellent value proposition for its customers and is a perfect CNG mini truck for their business needs.”Engine:The Jeeto CNG is powered by an advanced engine that delivers power of 16 hp and torque of 38 Nm. Jeeto has the advantage of the best in class payload, higher deck size compared to competition, superior mileage, lower maintenance, and the promise of higher earning potential, making Jeeto the perfect vehicle for business needs.ALSO READ:Mahindra to introduce JAWA Motorcycles in India; acquires BSA MotorcyclesPerformance:Jeeto has been designed for refined performance and delivers fuel efficiency of up to 37.6 km/l, which is the best in this segment.Design:Jeeto CNG sports a stylish and contemporary exterior with an impressive characteristic front grille that lends it a distinguished look. Also, bringing in a touch of exclusivity are the dual tone interiors and a contemporary dashboard.advertisementALSO READ:Mahindra e2oPlus First Drive ReviewFeatures:Jeeto CNG has many car like features – such as a large cabin space with better headroom and legroom. The better ergonomics and car like gear-shift quality further enhance the Jeeto CNG’s driving pleasure. The cabin of Jeeto has been designed to provide better safety to the driver and co-driver with (ELR) seat belt systems, head restraints and bucket seat.last_img read more

first_imgTORONTO – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was one of the scores of people paying tribute at the funeral for Liberal MP Arnold Chan on Saturday morning in Toronto.Chan, the member of parliament for Scarborough-Agincourt, died of cancer earlier this month at age 50.Trudeau was one of several speakers at the ceremony, along with Chan’s wife Jean Yip and their three sons as well as childhood friends.Former Ontario premier Dalton McGuinty read from the Bible, and many of Chan’s colleagues were honorary pallbearers, including Conservative MP Erin O’Toole and Immigration Minister Ahmed Hussen.Chan was remembered as principled and optimistic, a devoted family man and a talented musician, and an MP completely engrossed with the political process.In an emotional tribute, Trudeau described Chan as man with deep conviction, calling him “one of the most honourable members of that House of Commons.”He said the last time he saw Chan, they sang Elton John’s “Your Song” together, with Chan on piano.“You all know that I don’t sing often, and there’s a reason for that,” Trudeau said. “But Arnold had me belting out the words while he played beautifully.“Arnold, your song will forever be ours.”Trudeau also quoted Maya Angelou: “Your legacy is every life you’ve touched.”“I look around this room, I look back at the days that followed the tragic news of our friend’s passing, and I see Arnold’s lasting legacy,” he said. “A legacy that goes far beyond the bills he authored or the votes he won. Far beyond the victories he celebrated and the losses he bore.”Chan grew up in Toronto. He earned masters degrees in political science and urban planning, and also has a law degree. He was named the Liberal Party’s deputy House leader after they took power in the 2015 federal election.In June he gave an impassioned speech to his fellow MPs, urging them to reject acrimonious debate and what he called “canned talking points” in favour of civility. At the time, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale called the speech “truly extraordinary.”Chan was diagnosed with nasopharyngeal carcinoma shortly after he won the Scarborough-Agincourt seat in a 2014 byelection. He began a difficult treatment regime of radiation and chemotherapy, but revealed in March 2016 the cancer had returned.His funeral was jointly officiated by Toronto MP Rob Oliphant, an ordained minister, as well as Rev. Sarah Chapman. Other politicians in attendance were Toronto Mayor John Tory and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne.Note to readers: This is a corrected story. A previous version erroneously said Rob Oliphant was the only officiant at the funeral.last_img read more