On a single full charge, the car can travel up to 528 kilometres and can sprint from 0-100 km/h in just 5.2 seconds.
Schools will soon resume for physical classes in states like West Bengal, Tripura, Himachal Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, and Puducherry.
Siddharth took just 27 minutes to shock Sheng 21-17 21-4 in a lop-sided second-round match, while Subhankar defeated Kalaga 21-18 21-10.
The Indian pair had lost thrice to the world number 2 Indonesian pair in four meetings but they came up with a plan to extend the rallies and play a more defensive game against the experienced pair.
In a repeat of last year's Dutch Open final, the Indian ensured that he had the last laugh this time around.
Young Aakarshi Kashyap too had a golden chance but she squandered five-game points in the opening game to allow Busanan register a 26-24 21-9 win in the other women's singles semifinal.
Top seed Sindhu, a former world champion, got the better of compatriot Ashmita Chaliha 21-7 21-18 in 36 minutes, while Sen rallied his way to a hard-fought 14-21 21-9 21-14 victory over H S Prannoy in another all-Indian quarterfinals.
The victory was further special for the 20-year-old southpaw as she defeated as the 2012 Olympics bronze medallist in straight games 21-17, 21-9 in a match that lasted mere 35 minutes.
Former champion and 2012 Olympic bronze medallist Saina suffered a 17-21 9-21 straight game loss to compatriot Malvika Bansod.
The others who tested positive for Covid-19 were doubles specialist Ashwini Ponnappa, Ritika Rahul Thakkar, Treesa Jolly, Mithun Manjunath, Simran Singhi, and Khushi Gupta.
Saina advanced after Czech Republic’s Tereza Svabikova retired at the start of the second game with the Indian leading 22-20, 1-0.
Ashmita Chaliha upsets World No. 28 Kosetskaya in straight games to advance to the second round.
A lot of ranking points will be up for grabs at the USD 400,000 Super 500 tournament which is being held in the looming shadows of a raging third wave of the pandemic in the country with cases rising at a rapid speed, fueled by the new Omicron variant.
Badminton Association of India (BAI) general secretary Ajay Singhania has also confirmed Praneeth's withdrawal from the USD 400,000 tournament.
Top seed Srikanth, who regained his place in world's top-10, will open his campaign against compatriot Siril Verma and is likely to get another chance to avenge his loss against World champion Loh Kean Yew as they are drawn to clash in the semifinals.
Also headlining the tournament will be newly-crowned world champion Loh Kean Yew along.
The USD 400,000 India Open, which was supposed to be one of the qualifiers for the Tokyo Olympics, was scheduled to be held from May 11 to 16 but was postponed in April due to rising COVID cases in the national capital
The Army says that that it wants to continue the recruitment of Nepali youths both male and female in a bid to widen the scope for the youngsters.
Ahead of the much-awaited WTC Final against New Zealand, Ramiz Raja has picked India's opening combination. He also heaped praise on Shubman Gill and said that the Punjab batsman will get better with experience.