MENÜ

The Cars

The Cars ile ilgili tüm haberleri ve son dakika The Cars haber ve gelişmelerini bu sayfamızdan takip edebilirsiniz. Toplam 757 The Cars haberi bulunmuştur.

The Cars Haberleri

The Cars’ın ‘beyni’ veda etti

The Cars’ın ‘beyni’ veda etti

Amerikalı efsanevi rock müzik grubu The Cars’ın solisti Ric Ocasek, 75 yaşında öldü. New York polisi, Ocasek’in önceki gün Manhattan’daki dairesinde ölü bulunduğunu açıkladı.

17.09.2019Dünya
The Carsın solisti Ric Ocasek ölü bulundu

The Cars'ın solisti Ric Ocasek ölü bulundu

Amerikalı rock müzik grubu The Cars'ın solisti Ric Ocasek, 75 yaşında New York'taki evinde yaşamını yitirdi.

16.09.2019Keyif
Amerikalı müzik grubu The Carsın solisti Ric Ocasek hayatını kaybetti

Amerikalı müzik grubu The Cars'ın solisti Ric Ocasek hayatını kaybetti

Amerikalı rock müzik grubu The Cars'ın solisti Ric Ocasek, 75 yaşında New York'taki evinde yaşamını yitirdi.

16.09.2019Dünya
Taksiciler Parisi yaktı

Taksiciler Paris'i yaktı

Akıllı telefon uygulamasıyla normal sürücüleri yolcularla buluşturarak taksi hizmeti sunan Uber şirketi, Parisli taksicileri ayaklandırdı. Olaylar sırasında Paris'te bulunan Kurt Cobain'in eski karısı Courtney Love,"Burası nasıl Paris? Bağdat'ta bile daha güvendeyim" diye tweet attı.

26.06.2015Ekonomi
Markalaşan Denizli taklitle boğuşuyor

Markalaşan Denizli taklitle boğuşuyor

TÜRKİYE’nin önemli tekstil merkezlerinden, Avrupa’nın havlu ve bornoz başkenti olarak bilinen Denizli, yıllardan beri başka markaların ürünlerini fason olarak üretirken, son zamanlarda kendi yarattığı markaları, özellikle Türk Cumhuriyetleri, Orta Doğu, Afrika ve Asya pazarında taklit edilmeye başlandı.

4.12.2013Ege
Kahramanların üretim üssü

Kahramanların üretim üssü

Çocukların çizgi film karakterlerinin yüzde 70’inin çarşaf, nevresim ve ev tekstili ürünlerini gerçekleştiren Menderes Tekstil, geçen yılı 250 milyon dolar ciro ile kapattı.

12.03.2013Ege
Ozan’ın da okumaya hakkı var

Ozan’ın da okumaya hakkı var

Avukat Sedef Erken, rock’çı Ogün Sanlısoy’un eşi. Çiftin otizmli bir oğulları var. 5,5 yaşındaki Ozan okula gidemiyor, çünkü hangi okula gitse gerekçe bile gösterilmeden geri çevriliyor. Ozan’ın anne ve babası bu durum karşısında suskun kalmadı, Türkiye’de bir ilke imza atıp ‘eğitimde ayrımcılık yapıldığı’ gerekçesiyle savcılığa şikayette bulundu.

17.12.2011Kelebek
Schumachere ceza gelebilir

Schumacher'e ceza gelebilir

Monako'daki yarışta bir çok defa güvenlik aracı piste çıktı ama en sonuncusu sırasında en çok konuşulacak olay gerçekleşti.

16.05.2010Spor
Bodrum annuls night tariff

Bodrum annuls night tariff

BODRUM - Taxis in Bodrum will not adopt a higher night-time tariff in an attempt to minimize complaints and increase the quality of the town’s transportation service.

29.06.2009Gündem
’Cars of the Revolution’ on screens in Britain

’Cars of the Revolution’ on screens in Britain

ISTANBUL - Turkish director Tolga Örnek’s film "Devrim Arabaları" (Cars of the Revolution), featuring the first automobile revolution in Turkey, has been released on the silver screen in Britain.

1.06.2009Kelebek
Heroic movie to let youth believe

Heroic movie to let youth believe

ISTANBUL - The movie titled ’Devrim Arabaları’ (Revolution cars) tells the story of 23 engineers who manufactured the first local car in Turkey 47 years ago and is an inspiration to young movie-goers. Director Tolga Örnek says the film’s characters offer unusual role models

19.05.2009Gündem
Industry players hungry for more tax reductions

Industry players hungry for more tax reductions

ANKARA - Those who were exempt from the tax cuts implemented by the government seek redress from the Finance Ministry. But they are not alone. Sector representatives, who have already benefited from the tax cuts, which were implemented as part of the government’s stimulus measures, have also been pushing for an extension to the tax cuts currently in effect

12.05.2009Gündem
Tsunami likely at time of earthquake

Tsunami likely at time of earthquake

ISTANBUL - The second biggest concern after whether or not Istanbul will be hit by another large earthquake is the possibility of a tsunami threatening its immediate shores.

10.05.2009Gündem
The Car of Revolution in museum

The Car of Revolution in museum

ANKARA - One of the cars that have been produced for the film "Devrim Arabaları," (The Revolution Cars) by Turkish director Tolga Örnek was donated to the Middle East Technical University, or METU, Science and Technology Museum Classical Car Collection by Örnek.

10.05.2009Gündem
Diffusers are legal, FIA decides

Diffusers are legal, FIA decides

PARIS - Formula One's governing body yesterday approved the use of a car part that helped Brawn GP's Jenson Button win this season's opening two races.

15.04.2009Gündem
Button ready for difficult Chinese GP

Button ready for difficult Chinese GP

SHANGHAI - Jenson Button is expecting a tough fight at this week's Chinese Grand Prix after his dream start to the season, but boss Ross Brawn remains confident the team is in good shape.

14.04.2009Gündem
Academic’s home raided as part of coup probe

Academic’s home raided as part of coup probe

ISTANBUL - Türkan Saylan, chairwoman of the Association in Support of Contemporary Living, or ÇYDD, and whose house was raided in the Ergenekon probe, will not be detained, her lawyer said.

13.04.2009Gündem
Formula 1 teams’ battles out of the track with debates

Formula 1 teams’ battles out of the track with debates

KUALA LUMPUR - Events in Europe could reshape the Formula One championship before teams regroup in China next week.

6.04.2009Gündem
Push the right Button: 0 to favorite in a month

Push the right Button: 0 to favorite in a month

MELBOURNE, Australia - Spending months of facing the heat of unemployment after his crisis-hit Honda team decided to pull out of Formula One, Jenson Button’s career line is about to change dramatically. The Briton is touted as a favorite with his Brawn, a fast newcomer to the sport

26.03.2009Gündem
Seven minutes in the fast lane

Seven minutes in the fast lane

ISTANBUL - Want to quench your thirst for speed? Well, some people do it on the streets of Istanbul but that’s not highly advised. You can test your speeding skills on one of the many kart racing tracks in the city. Speaking from experience, those machines can turn the worst driver into a speed king.

13.03.2009Gündem
Ankara welcomes film festival

Ankara welcomes film festival

ANKARA - The 20th Ankara International Film Festival kicks off tomorrow with an opening ceremony honoring the legendary musician Muammer Sun and veteran actor Macit Koper.

11.03.2009Gündem
Big car dreams on small island of Turkish Cyprus

Big car dreams on small island of Turkish Cyprus

ISTANBUL - By opening the first and only car museum in northern Cyprus, İrfan Gürsel is making his father's dream come true. The oldest car in the museum is an 1899 model Crestmobile Type C, and the newest is a 1970 model Hilman Hunter used by his father when he was young

10.03.2009Gündem
Fifteen cars set on fire

Fifteen cars set on fire

ISTANBUL - Fifteen parked cars were set on fire last night on Çaldıran Street in the Güngören Industrial District on the European side of Istanbul, near Bakırköy. According to information obtained from the police, the fires were the result of arson and the identity or identities of the perpetrators are still unknown. Officials have not made any statement about the possible motive for the act.

8.03.2009Gündem
Jailhouse parts with its walls

Jailhouse parts with its walls

ISTANBUL - Istanbul’s Bayrampaşa district, which hosts the city’s notorious prison, will undergo renovations in 35 different projects. Yet this renovation begins by removing the old skeletons. During the celebration to promote the projects the most important part of the prison, it’s 400 meter long walls will be demolished to supply a wider street for cars

26.02.2009Gündem
City taxis to become safer with new project

City taxis to become safer with new project

ANKARA - Taxis in Turkey are to be fitted with security cabins. According to a project of the Ministry of Industry and Trade, there will bulletproof glass separating passengers from drivers to ensure the safety of cabbies. Customers will sit in the backseat and will pay through an opening.

8.02.2009Gündem
Survivors tell of disaster

Survivors tell of disaster

KINGLAKE - Survivors of Australia's deadly bushfires yesterday described how a thick blanket of black ash blotted out the sun, leaving only a "horrible orange glow" as flames bore down on their homes.

8.02.2009Gündem
Transport goes hybrid

Transport goes hybrid

ANKARA - The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey developed environment friendly buses. New hybrid buses will reduce greenhouse gas in troubled urban transportation

20.01.2009Gündem
Banks recalling loans in Turkey must be revealed if exist- banks body

Banks recalling loans in Turkey must be revealed if exist- banks' body

Identities of the banks claimed to recall the loans must be revealed, the chairman of Turkish Banking Association told a weekly magazine, as the criticism against banks rises both from real sector and officials.

21.12.2008Gündem
New race car museum a pit stop for car fans

New race car museum a pit stop for car fans

PHILADELPHIA - Tucked away in a former engine manufacturing plant in an industrial corner of Philadelphia, the Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum had its formal dedication in November. The cars run from boxy antiques to sexy, streamlined sportsters.

14.12.2008Gündem
Citi should be held accountable, aide says

Citi should be held accountable, aide says

WASHINGTON - The U.S. government should demand accountability and changes at Citigroup, as well as from automakers, in exchange for assistance, a top transition official for President-elect Barack Obama said.

28.11.2008Gündem
Jordan ridicules Ecclestone’s plan

Jordan ridicules Ecclestone’s plan

LONDON - Former team boss Eddie Jordan has poured cold water on Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone's plans to have the drivers' world championship decided by gold medals rather than points.

26.11.2008Gündem
Head-on train collision kills 12 in Los Angeles

Head-on train collision kills 12 in Los Angeles

Leslie Burnstein heard screams of agony as she ran through a haze of smoke toward the twisted train wreckage where dozens of bloodied passengers were still trapped inside the cars.

13.09.2008Gündem
Turkey to participate world’s largest running event

Turkey to participate world’s largest running event

Turkey is among 25 countries holding world’s largest running event, the Human race, in which 1,000,000 runners world wide will line up to race simultaneously.

31.08.2008Gündem
Aid workers ready for action after Myanmar vow

Aid workers ready for action after Myanmar vow

Foreign aid workers saddled up for the cyclone-ravaged Irrawaddy delta on Monday to see whether army-ruled Myanmar will honor a promise made by its top general to give them freedom of movement.

26.05.2008Gündem
Interior Minister Atalay: New road and traffic regulations on the way

Interior Minister Atalay: New road and traffic regulations on the way

Interior Minister Besir Atalay has said that laws concerning traffic accidents in Turkey are to be tightened in coming days.

6.12.2007Gündem
Cars of the future roam Istanbul traffic

Cars of the future roam Istanbul traffic

A solar-powered car and another that runs on hydrogen fuel were let sent into Istanbul's busy traffic yesterday following a ceremony at Cevahir mall. The aim is to acquaint the public with alternative energy and its uses, said a spokesperson from the student group that built the cars at Yıldız Technical University.

26.08.2007Gündem
Dünyanın idolü Julio Iglesias İstanbulda

Dünyanın idolü Julio Iglesias İstanbul'da

Bitmeyen enerjisi, yakışıklılığı ve kadife sesiyle başta kadınlar, tüm müzikseverlerin kalbinde özel bir yer edinmiş olan sanatçı Iglesias İstanbul Arena`da

27.05.2007Kelebek
Bulgaria turning into paradise for second hand cars from Western Europe

Bulgaria turning into paradise for second hand cars from Western Europe

WIth the lifting of import taxes in Bulgaria following its entrance into the EU, Bulgaria has become the destination for many of Europe's second hand cars.

19.03.2007Gündem
Mehmet Y. Yilmaz:Bridge chaos in Istanbul

Mehmet Y. Yilmaz:Bridge chaos in Istanbul

Starting from last night at midnight, new attempts to reduce traffic on the Fatih Sultan Mehmet and Bosphorus Bridges have gone into implementation. Though it is not clear at the hour I am writing this what the results will be, as a car driver who has lived in Istanbul for years, I can say the following with comfort: "May Allah help anyone wanting to use one of those bridges this evening!"

3.04.2006Gündem
Mehmet Y. Yilmaz: Traffic fantasies and the third bridge

Mehmet Y. Yilmaz: Traffic fantasies and the third bridge

Speaking about the possibility of a third Bosphorus bridge being built to the north of Istanbul, up by the Black Sea, Istanbul Mayor Kadir Topbas said this recently: "With a third bridge to the north, heavily-loaded transit traffic will then be shifted up there, relieving the traffic situation in the city."

24.10.2005Gündem
Ertugrul Ozkok: I recall the day Bulgaria started EU talks: reflections on the path weve taken

Ertugrul Ozkok: I recall the day Bulgaria started EU talks: reflections on the path we've taken

I remember very well what I felt the day Bulgaria began talks for full EU membership. I couldn't admit it at that time, but now I will say it: it was more than envy, and some jealousy. A strange feeling. And on that day, Bulgaria started to look different to my eyes. Their economy was no better than ours. Their personal income level was lower than ours. Their roads, transportation network, sports fields, health facilities, even the cars being driven on their roads: in so many ways, Turkey was way ahead of them. But while they had begun their accession talks, it was unclear whether or not we ever would.

5.10.2005Gündem
Rices Gesture of Goodwill

Rice's Gesture of Goodwill

U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice; the most highly-protected member of the U.S. cabinet after President Bush, made an important gesture by traveling with Turkish Foreign Minister Gul while in Ankara.

8.02.2005Gündem

Yazar Sonuçları

Placard of equality

Last weekend, while I was watching the Gazi Koşusu, the horserace dedicated to Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, at the Istanbul Hippodrome, I felt both happy and sad. I was happy because I felt that we owe a word of appreciation to the Turkish Jockey Club, which has been organizing the show for 85 years, and to all the horse-breeders and employees of the club.

2.07.2009

On the way to Kabul, stopover in Athens

The tormented capital of Afghanistan maybe among the prime considerations of the Americans or even the Turks; but it had never preoccupied seriously the minds or the politics of the Greeks except for occasional historic references to Alexander the Great's campaigns. Yet, as of last week, Kabul entered the jargon of Greek politics and dominated the political commentary showing signs that it is here to stay.

22.02.2009