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@Technology Technology @Technology, 23 Jul 2019 At 12:13 PM

Hyperloop Competition is getting much tougher tweets Elon Musk

Recently the famous entrepreneur who has founded Tesla and SpaceX has announced his future plans concerning hyperloop. Elon Musk had informed that he wants to have a new 10 KM (6 miles) long vacuum tunnel for his futuristic Hyperloop. The competition was announced in 2015 to support students to entice Hyperloop technologies and specifically, the pods (carrier) which can travel at high speed through the tunnels, says media reports. Src: https://tcrn.ch/2Z4Pjjb

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@Technology Technology @Technology, 23 Jul 2019 At 12:20 PM

Apple soon to launch the "iPhone 11" with triple cameras

The electronics giant Apple might launch their upcoming phone in September as usual in an Apple event. The iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Max are expected to feature with a triple-camera setup along with a USB Type-C port. Whereas the iPhone 11R will get dual rear-facing cameras. All 3 iPhones will run with iOS 13 which comes with a system-wide dark mode and privacy enhancements, among other features. Src: https://bit.ly/2JMQmyV

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Telangana: Panchayat passes resolution to remove sexual predators from village

A Gram Panchayat in Telangana has passed a resolution to banish all sexual predators from the village's surroundings. The landmark decision was implemented in Telangana's Sangareddy district. It ensures the accused will be handed over to the police and stringent action will be taken against them. Village elders claim this will enhance the safety and security of girls and women in their village. In September last year, India became the 9th country to release a National Registry of Sexual Offenders that includes names, photographs, addresses, DNA samples, and fingerprints of convicted sexual offenders. Src:https://bit.ly/2SxZkTn

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Amid country-wide rallies against the RTI amendment, citizens claim it will reduce the act's autonomy

The Right to Information (Amendment) Bill, 2019 has invoked rallies across the country as citizens claim that it will ruin the foundation of the original RTI act. It will reduce the independence of Information Commissions by decreasing its authority to ask anybody to disclose any information under the RTI Act. The bill proposes no guarantee for the Commissioner’s term. And ensures that selected officers will be further submissive to ministers. The 2019 amendment thus adversely affects RTI by reducing the independence of Information Commissions and empowers the government to interfere with the Commissioners' stature. Src:https://bit.ly/2JZSrpU

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