Hyundai Palisade Gets Posh Calligraphy, VIP Trims In Korea

Just when we thought this three-row couldn’t get any better.

The Hyundai Palisade and its Kia Telluride cousin are two of the best three-row crossovers money can buy. Both look good, drive well, and have cabins so premium-feeling that you might mistake them for luxury vehicles. But now, in Hyundai‘s home market of Korea, the already-nice Palisade gets even more opulent courtesy of two new trims: Calligraphy and VIP.

Both the Hyundai Palisade Calligraphy and VIP models get a smattering of new visual cues designed the make the crossover look more upscale. Triangular grille inserts, a full-width chrome skid

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Saudi Ramadan TV dramas spark debate about ties with Israel

The Saudi man cannot believe his ears.

“You told him that the Israelis are right and that you want to do business with them?” he asks in response to the suggestion that perhaps, after years of open animosity, Israel isn’t the enemy Saudi Arabia once believed them to be.

“The enemy is the one who doesn’t appreciate you standing by him, who curses you day and night — more than the Israelis,” his father-in-law retorts, referring to the Palestinians.

The scene is from the Ramadan TV drama “Exit 7” broadcast by the Saudi-controlled MBC Group. The program, along with another

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India to restart some passenger trains even though coronavirus infections jump

By Sanjeev Miglani

NEW DELHI, May 11 (Reuters) – India announced a limited re-opening of its giant rail network beginning on Tuesday after a nearly seven-week lockdown, despite also reporting its biggest single-day jump in coronavirus cases.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has faced increasing calls to end his government’s stringent lockdown of the nation’s 1.3 billion population, with political parties, businesses and citizens saying the containment measures have destroyed the livelihoods of millions that rely on daily wages for sustenance.

The shutdown, which has been repeatedly extended to stave off a surge in infections, is in force until May 17.

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Britain to quarantine incoming travellers for 14-days -Times report

LONDON, May 9 (Reuters) – Britain is to introduce a 14-day quarantine period for almost everyone arriving into the country to avoid a second peak of the coronavirus pandemic, The Times newspaper reported on Saturday.

It said Prime Minister Boris Johnson will say in an address to the nation on Sunday that passengers arriving at airports and ports, including Britons returning from abroad, will have to self-isolate for a fortnight.

According to the report, under measures that are likely to come into force in early June, travellers will have to provide the address at which they will self-isolate on arrival.

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