We knew all along that a seven-seater version of the Harrier had been in the making for quite some time. First known as the H7X, then the Buzzard, and later the Gravitas, it was merely seen as a derivative of an existing car and interest was low. That was until someone in the marketing department suggested that it should be called the Safari. Immediately it got social media talking about it, debating whether it was worthy of the legendary name, if it should have come with four-wheel drive, etc. Whether it is worthy of carrying the legacy or not, the new Safari has a lot riding on its shoulders. We drove one a few months back to see if it lives up to the hype.
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PROFESSIONAL IN THE POST-PANDEMIC WORLD
One of the most important tasks of professionals is to take decisions. Management is often called ‘decision-making without bias!’. Some of these decisions are taken with deep analysis and some with the ‘gut feel’. But even this ‘gut feel’ is actually the commutation of life experiences and the unconscious ‘decision algorithm’ we build in our minds.
THE COMMUNIST SUPERSTAR
The confident, hard-edged leader is easily the most powerful communist politician in the country, at a time when the party’s footprints have been diminishing in the nation. Pinarayi Vijayan’s progressive approach and resolute stance in the event of a chain of natural calamities and pandemic that the state faced in the last five years is a textbook example of strong governance that transformed the governance style of Kerala by adopting the best of the west and yet standing strong on the ideals of socialism.
EARLY DETECTION IS VERY CRUCIAL FOR SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT OF BRAIN TUMOURS
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BMC'S CHAHAL – BEACON OF LIGHT IN A CRISIS
Rare is it for a Municipal Chief to become the toast of a country fighting a national crisis.
BUILD A DOOR WHEN YOU SEE NONE!
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COVID -19 and the Black Fungus Infection Mucormycosis are on the Rise: Why the New Covid Wave is Targeting More Young Adults
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AN EPITOME OF NATURAL BEAUTY AND ICONIC VIEWS: BORA BORA
The native languages spoken in Bora Bora island are French and Tahitian. But the people on the island can also interact with the visitors in English. Tahitian is relatively an easy language to learn with only 16 letters and 1,000 words.
Natural Ways To Cure Blackheads
Caring for our skin is like taking care of a baby, as our skin is sensitive and over usage of chemical products can damage the skin.
Digital Learning: How The Pandemic Became A Catalyst For Change
In life, no matter how difficult the situation we find ourselves in, we should always retain our presence of mind and try to think of a solution to get things done within the constraints, rather than bemoaning over fate. Challenges pave the way for opportunities. Those who are exposed to challenges tend to utilize the best of opportunities.
THE GRAND ‘MOM'
Dr Santhamma Mathew’s life-story and trail-blazing career as the pioneering specialist is not just one of determination and grit alone, but also one of empathy and devotion and is inspirational.
Understanding Skull Size in Evaluating Trophy Black Bear
Black bears can be one of the most difficult big game animals to judge before the shot.
PART ELEVEN: BOOST IT UP BABY
WHY THE 6.7L POWER STROKE IS SO GREAT
…AND THE AFTERMARKET PARTS THAT MAKE IT EVEN BETTER
A ONE-OF-A-KIND CLASSIC FORD WITH CUMMINS POWER
Stay In Your Lane: Canoe Control Is A Key To Rivers
The author caught this late season musky from the current break in the background. He and his partner steered the canoe through the rapids and then approached the targeted area from downstream.
DRIVEN TATA HARRIER BS VI: All Spruced Up
When I first drove the pre-facelift Harrier, I was in awe of the way it handled.
A SUPER SMARTPHONE?
Carbon 1 MK II
The icon is Back
Tata Motors is launching the three row version of the Harrier as the Safari. We drove the car before its launch to find out whether it matches up to the Safari moniker and also how it drives and how it differs from the Harrier
Does the Harrier’s three-row version have what it takes to carry an iconic nameplate?