About Sumant Banerji

A self professed lover of all things mobile, the ones that operate on a tarmac are by far Sumant Banerji’s favourite. An aspiring automobile engineer at one point of time, he dumped the science for the art of making a car and landed up in a newspaper office. Ever ready for a spin on the road be it in a Nano or a beemer, his best kept secret remains roaming around the car bazaars of Karol Bagh and Sadar Bazar and shaking hands with grease tainted mechanics.

We all know driving in Delhi is one of the more dangerous activities one can do. In 2013, 1530 people lost their lives due to fatal accidents in the national capital, the most in any city in the country by some distance. [Read more]

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Blame it on the burden of expectations or our rockstar Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s own exhortations to rise above petty politics but the decision to allow e-rickshaws in Delhi is proof enough that the NDA 2.0 rule has started on the wrong foot. [Read more]

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Would rural development minister Gopinath Munde be still with us if he had strapped on his seat belt on Tuesday morning?

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Nearly a fortnight after the National Democratic Alliance led by Narendra Modi stormed back to power after a decade spent warming the opposition benches, a rather unnecessary debate is raging on whether Modi should retain his armoured Scorpios or respect protocol (and SPG) by promptly jumping into a BMW. [Read more]

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In between all the madness surrounding the elections, news reports of two separate cars catching fire in Delhi grabbed headlines in the last few days.

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