The non-ABS variant of the KTM 200 Duke will continue to be available at a price of Rs 1.51 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi), the company said in a release.
KTM is the largest motorcycle brand in the Europe, in which the Pune-based two-wheel major picked a little over 49 per cent in the company in 2008. Bajaj Auto rolled out KTM brands in 2012. ************************** Augmont joins hands with Paytm to boost reach of digi-gold *
Bullion trading company Augmont on Friday said it has partnered with Paytm for online distribution of gold and gold products.
"We have led the way to superior quality, solid delivery and technological advancements in the bullion market. We are glad to announce our association with digital-payment platform, Paytm. Access to high quality gold at the best market prices over a completely secure, hassle-free transaction through Augmont and Paytm, will further boost the evolution in the way Indians purchase gold," Augmont director Sachin Kothari said in a release here. *************** Lupin launches chatbot Anya for health queries *
Pharma major Lupin on Friday launched a chatbot Anya to to provide medically verified information for health-related queries.
Diabetes is the first area where Anya will be providing relevant information to its users.
The company in a release said that Anya will not replace doctor's diagnosis but rather act as a trusted information provider.
"The chatbot will also be a significant step in providing better access in rural markets as we adopt and launch digital healthcare platforms for better outreach," Lupin president -India region formulations (IRF) Rajeev Sibal said.
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