A U.S. submarine collides with underwater object in South China Sea : NPR

The USS Connecticut departs Puget Sound Naval Shipyard for sea trials on Dec. 15, 2016. The Navy says the submarine collided on Oct. 2 with an unspecified underwater object in international waters in the South China Sea. Thiep Van Nguyen II/AP hide caption toggle caption Thiep Van Nguyen II/AP The USS Connecticut departs Puget Sound Naval Shipyard for sea trials on Dec. 15, 2016. The Navy says the submarine collided on Oct. 2 with an unspecified underwater object in international waters in the South China Sea. Thiep Van Nguyen II/AP…

Elon Musk moves Tesla headquarters to Texas – Manila Bulletin

SAN FRANCISCO (AFP) – Tesla chief Elon Musk told investors on Thursday that the leading electric vehicle maker is moving its headquarters from Silicon Valley to Texas, where it is building a plant. ”I’m excited to announce that we’re moving our headquarters to Austin, Texas,” Musk said at an annual shareholders meeting. ”Just to be clear, though, we will be continuing to expand our activities in California.” Musk said Tesla sales are growing strongly, and the company is ramping up deliveries despite shortages of computer chips and other components. Tesla…

Four tons of unexploded bombs destroyed in three days in Vietnam

Home » INDIANARRATIVE » Four tons of unexploded bombs destroyed in three days in Vietnam By Rahul Kumar New Delhi, October 7: More than 45 years after the Vietnam war ended in 1975, the country is still busy clearing thousands of unexploded bombs, mines and other kinds of ordnance. Vietnam’s central city of Da Nang destroyed more than three tons of unexploded mines and bombs in a four-day effort beginning October 01. The Vietnamese defence forces located these unexploded ammunition that had remained buried for decades. In a news report,…