Man cheated by lure of cheap gold, robbed | Ahmedabad News

Ahmedabad: A 53-year-old man from Vastral, Bharat Patel, who runs an engineering unit at his house lodged a complaint at Ramol police station on Thursday alleging that six persons — of whom four were later identified as Iswharpuri Goswami and Pradeep Gordhan Kachadia of Ramol, Shailiesh Thakor of Narol, Ankur Bhupendra Patel of Hathijan— cheated him using the lure of gold biscuits at lower-than-market price.
The offence took place in July but one of the accused who had introduced the others to the complainant promised him to his money back. The complainant then waited, but later he approached Ramol police.
Investigators said they have arrested four of the six persons accused for a similar offence a fortnight ago and they are in judicial custody. “We are hunting for the two remaining accused and will question the suspects in the jail about them,” said K S Dave, inspector of Ramol police
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India plans $4.6 billion in incentives to lure EV battery makers

The Mahindra Funster electric concept vehicle is displayed at Auto Expo 2020 in February 2020 in Greater Noida, India. (Getty Images)



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NEW DELHI — India plans to offer $4.6 billion in incentives to companies setting up advanced battery manufacturing facilities as it seeks to promote the use of electric vehicles and cut down its dependence on oil, according to a government proposal seen by Reuters.

A proposal drafted by NITI Aayog, a federal think tank chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, said India could slash its oil import bills by as much as $40 billion by 2030 if electric vehicles were widely adopted.

The proposal is likely to be reviewed by Modi’s cabinet in the coming weeks, said a senior government official, who was not authorized to comment on the matter and declined to be identified. NITI Aayog and the Indian government did not respond to requests for comment.

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