Navy Helicopter Have Emergency Landing Near Arabian Sea, Crew Member Rescued
A navy helicopter ditched off the Mumbai coast due to a technical snag, on March 8. The Indian Navy helicopter ditched close to the coast near the Arabian Sea. Furthermore, the flight was on a routine sortie; three crew members were rescued by naval patrol craft after immediate search and rescue. A probe to investigate the incident has been ordered. This is a developing story, details are awaited.
Tags: Indian Navy, Arabian Sea, Emergency Landing, Technical Glitch, investigation
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal
China Shuts Down Consular Section Of Its Embassy In Pakistan
Amid security concerns and citing 'technical issues,' China has temporarily closed down the consular section of its embassy. The Chinese Goverment also advised Chinese citizens in Pakistan to be cautious due to the deteriorating security situation. "Due to technical issues, the consular section of the Chinese Embassy in Islamabad will be temporarily closed from February 13, 2023, until further notice," read the notice on official website.
Tags: China, Pakistan, Chinese Embassy, Citizens, Technical Glitch
Emergency Landing Made By Three International Airline Planes In India In 48 Hours After Technical Issues
Three international airline planes made emergency landings in India in last 48 hours, according to Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), happened in Calicut, Chennai, and Kolkata on July 15 and July 16. Air Arabia flight at Cochin, Ethiopian Airlines aircraft at Kolkata airport, and Sri Lanka Airlines plane at Chennai airport all made emergency landings due to various technical problems. DGCA requested a thorough investigation into… read-more
Tags: International Flights, Emergency Landing, India, Technical Glitch, DGCA
Courtesy: DNA INDIA
SpiceJet Flight Reports Nose Wheel Malfunction, 9th Glitch In 24 Days
In another technical issue, SpiceJet had to do an emergency landing of its Dubai-Madurai flight. Notably, on July 11, a Spicejet B737 aircraft VT-SZK Max aircraft's nose wheel malfunctioned, following which the authority did ground the craft and arranged another flight immediately, for Dubai-Madurai. The incident is at least the ninth incident of technical malfunction in a SpiceJet aircraft in the past 24-days, especially after the DCGA show-… read-more
Tags: SpiceJet, Airlines , Technical Glitch, DCGA, Dubai-Madurai Flight
Courtesy: The Free Press Journal
Google Maps Suffers Server Crash; Outage Witnessed In Major Countries
Following the server crash of Google maps on March 18, several people faced problems, especially the ones set out for weekend travel. People all around the world shared their experiences and concerns over the incident, via Twitter. The outage was seen throughout Canada, US and also India. Although Google did not elaborate on the problem caused, a spokesperson told Mashable that the technical issue is now fixed.
Tags: Google, google maps, India, Twitter, Technical Glitch
Courtesy: The Indian Express
Things Normal Now After Technical Issues Fixed, Says Twitter
The technical issues on twitter that affected its users across the world have been rectified, as informed by the Twitter management on January 21. The users were facing issues, while accessing and logging-in, on the microblogging site. After remaining down for users for some hours in the morning, Twitter confirmed that it has fixed the technical issue, while things are back to normal.
Tags: Twitter, Twitter India, Technical Glitch, Access Now, India
Oldest Hubble Telescope Revives Its Service
Hubble Space Telescope which is regarded as one of the oldest working telescopes revived its service again on July 16. Following a computer glitch, the telescope crashed for a month. NASA realised that the power control unit (PCU) which comes under Science Instrument Command and Data Handling (SIC&DH) unit was the main source of the problem. “Hubble is back!” said Tom Brown, head of the Hubble mission office.
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Ingenuity's Fourth Martian Flight Delayed Due To Technical Glitch
NASA has postponed the fourth flight of its Mars Ingenuity helicopter owing to a technical glitch associated with its "watchdog timer", which is responsible for alerting it of surrounding dangers. The agency, however, assured that "the helicopter is safe and in good health" and said it failed to transition to "flight mode". Reportedly, it is the same problem that delayed Ingenuity's first flight from April 11 to April 19.
Tags: NASA, Mars, Ingenuity Helicopter, Technical Glitch