Netherland's Forensic Institute has decrypted the closely guarded driving data storage system "TSLA.O" which is used to operate its "autopilot". The institute stated that these data contain information such as record speed, accelerator pedal position, and much more which can further be used to analyse and investigate serious accidents. However, Tesla is yet to comment on this report.
The Three stage KSLV-II Nuri rocket was launched from Nero space station which was designed to put 1.5 tonne payload into the orbit, but failed to reach its target. President Moon Joe-In said, "the rocket completed its flight sequences, but failed to test payload into the orbit". Officials commented that the final stage of the rocket appeared to be shut 40-50 seconds earlier, hence it did not reach the target.
According to the samples taken from the Gadharona Village of Roorkee, it has been found that the village has been a major hotspot for dengue in the Haridwar District. Residents claimed that around 200 cases have been detected. Health officials said that they have intensified the drive against victor-borne diseases, but however villagers are alleging that the administration has turned a deaf ear against their complaint made on October 4.
Former US President Donald Trump has sued the U.S Congressional committee, investigating the January 6 riot at the Capitol, claiming that the members had made an illegal request for his White House records. The lawsuit asserted that materials sought by the House of Representatives committee are covered by a legal doctrine known as executive privilege. The doctrine protects the confidentiality of White House communications.
Thousands are stranded as heavy monsoon rains have destroyed homes, crops, and other infrastructure in India as well as Nepal. Uttrakhand region has been badly hit with approximately 48 deaths, and 42 in Kerala, whereas, in the neighbouring country Nepal, an average of 77 people have lost their lives, as of October 21. Reportedly, the government is trying hard to find people and save those who are stranded.
Delhi University has reportedly provided admissions to more than 52,000 students till now. As per sources, more than 10,000 applications have been approved by the principal on October 20. However, the cut-off of popular courses remained high, and the last date to apply for the third cut-off list is October 21. Furthermore, DU has received a total of 1,61,024 applications under three lists this year.
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Lenovo Tab 11 which was first unveiled in Europe earlier this year, is now available in India with Android 11 OS. At the rear of the tablet is a metal stand that can be used to adjust various angles. However, it can be placed or hung using the stainless steel built-in kickstand. Besides, it has "Tilt" and "Hang" modes, which allow users to tilt the screen in any direction.
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The Australian government has made some changes in the decision to exit the Covid-19 lockdown on October 21, even if the cases are hovering at record levels. However, the residents of Melbourne have been under the COVID lockdown since August, due to the highly infectious Delta strain of viruses. Several clubs, restaurants, and cafes have started to restock but the officials are still concerned over the rising cases.
Under the ongoing probe in the "drugs on cruise" case, actress Ananya Pandey has been summoned after her name pops out in a WhatsApp message. However, the actress along with her father reaches the NCB office an hour late. Reportedly, her mobile, and laptop have been seized by the agency, and will be questioned if she knows Aryan Khan consumed drugs, or if she has partnered along with the star-boy.
Bollywood actress, Ananya Panday has been summoned by the NCB on October 21 for questioning under the Aryan Khan's drug case. Reportedly, Khan and Ananya Panday are said to be good friends. "The investigation is going on. When NCB officials visit a person or location for questioning that does not mean the person is a culprit or being investigated. There are several procedures being followed," said an NCB officer.
Courtesy: The Times Of India