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Arjun Maini has explained his radio rant following the F2 Sprint Race in France

Arjun Maini has explained his radio rant following the F2 Sprint Race in France

Arjun Maini has explained his radio rant following the F2 Sprint Race in France

Arjun Maini has explained his radio rant following the F2 Sprint Race in France

The Bengaluru born racer, Arjun Maini has explained his radio rant following the F2 Sprint Race in France was caused by frustrations over what he felt was an ongoing lack of engine power.

The Indian driver qualified in 17th, nearly three tenths slower than his Trident team-mate Santino Ferrucci.

He then finished 10th in the Feature Race – over 90 seconds behind winner George Russell and 13th in the Sprint Race – over 59 seconds behind winner Nyck de Vries.


 

Arjun Maini has explained his radio rant following the F2 Sprint Race in France

Arjun Maini is an Indian racing driver, who currently competes in the FIA Formula 2 Championship with Trident Racing

 

Born: 10 December 1997 (age 20 years), Bengaluru
Current team: Trident Racing
Car no: 16
Debut season: 2018


The FIA Formula 2 Championship is a form of open wheel motor racing introduced in 2017 following the rebranding of the long-term Formula One feeder series, GP2 Series.

The 2018 championship will consist of twelve rounds, with all twelve rounds supporting the 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship. It started in Bahrain on 7 April and will finish in Abu Dhabi on 25 November. The 2018 season also introduced the new Dallara F2 2018 car as well as all-new Mecachrome 3.4-litre V6 turbo engine with its large single turbo with double wastegate, a world novelty supplied by Dutch turbocharger manufacturer Van Der Lee Turbo Systems.


Sources: skysports.com, en.wikipedia.org

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Anthropologist, Missing For A Week, Found After Huge Search In Bengaluru

Anthropologist, Missing For A Week, Found After Huge Search In Bengaluru

Anthropologist, Missing For A Week, Found After Huge Search In Bengaluru

Anthropologist : Her family and companions shared her photographs via web-based networking media, planning to get some hint about her area.

Anthropologist, Missing For A Week, Found After Huge Search In Bengaluru
35-year-old anthropologist, Atreyee Majumdar, had been missing from Bengaluru for nearly a week.

BENGALURU: A 35-year-old anthropologist, Atreyee Majumdar, who had been absent from Bengaluru for about seven days, has been found. Her companions and partners had propelled a huge hunt, composed through web-based social networking and a Google spreadsheet.

Ms Majumdar, a PhD understudy, had been missing since last Wednesday, the day she touched base from Canada and was taken by her folks to their home in Bengaluru. Her folks said she dozed in her room till 9 pm and after that went out with her purse.

The police say she was seen on security film at two inns after that – the Novotel and the Marriot at Bellandur. She deserted her telephone and just took her international ID and satchel with money.

Ms Majumdar learned at the National Law School in Bengaluru and at Yale. She has been in Toronto for her post-doctoral research.

A day prior to her vanishing, she had not reacted to calls from her folks. When she at long last got back a day later, she said she had touched base in New Delhi. She was requested that by her dad travel to Bengaluru.

Her family and companions shared her photographs via web-based networking media, wanting to get some sign about her area. Flyers were circulated and the police looked doctor’s facilities and lodgings.

(This Story Originating From NDTV)

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All you have to think about Bengaluru’s heli taxi benefit

All you have to think about Bengaluru's heli taxi benefit

All you have to think about Bengaluru’s heli taxi benefit

All you have to think about Bengaluru's heli taxi benefit

BENGALURU: India’s first and much anticipated heli taxi(Bengaluru’s heli taxi) benefit took off in Bengaluru with individuals thrilled with the utility.

The lady excursion of the heli taxi was between Electronic City and Kempegowda International Airport, in Bengaluru’s first helicopter taxi benefit.

Dream transformed into reality on Monday morning for privately owned business official Ajay Kumar when he finished the generally strenuous trek between Electronic City and Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) in under 15 minutes.

He was one of the nine travelers who were a piece of the lady trip in Bengaluru’s first helicopter taxi benefit, which was formally propelled on Monday by Kerala-based Thumby Aviation Private Limited.

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Kumar, who might regularly spent over two hours to achieve KIA from Electronic City, disclosed to The Times of India: “Achieving air terminal in only 12 minutes was just a dream, yet now it has progressed toward becoming reality. It is unfathomable, I never figured something like this could be conceivable.”

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Kumar had a flight from Bengaluru to Bhubaneswar at 8 am. “Heli taxi took off from 6:35am from Electronic City and achieved KIA at 6:50am. I was prepared to get onto the flight at 7am which is astonishing.”

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It was a noteworthy trip for Agostino Fernandez and his significant other Corrina Fernandez too. “Our flight to Goa was at 5:30 pm from KIA and we took the heli-taxi from electronic city at 3:30pm and we achieved the air terminal by 3:45pm” said Agostino. “It’s an incredible plan to beat this movement and furthermore to spare time”.

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At exhibit, the Heli taxi benefit is working amongst KIA and Electronic City. HAL air terminal will likewise be included the following couple of weeks.

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“We have gotten a staggering reaction from the travelers. Some asked us for what good reason we didn’t begin this administration prior. They are exceptionally agreeable and furthermore spares time especially amid top hours when there is a substantial movement” said Thumby Aviation Chairman and Managing chief Captain K N G Nair.

The heli taxi benefit is worked amid 6:30am to 9:30 am to 3:15 pm to 6:15 pm amongst KIA and Electronic City.

“The helipad at Phase-I of Electronics City is additionally arranged near the up and coming metro station and transport station. We are likewise wanting to dispatch administrations from KIA to lavish inns including ITC Gardenia” said Nair.

(This Story Originating From TIMESOFINDIA)

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