A Lamborghini Gallardo, worth more than Rs 2.5 crore, went up in flames at south-east Delhi's Badarpur area on Monday morning.The incident was reported at around 9.30 a.m near the NTPC complex in Badarpur, said a police official. The driver of the car, identified as Sujan Singh (35), noticed smoke emanating from the rear side of the car, which houses its huge engine, soon after he took a U-turn under a flyover. Seconds after he came out, the car caught fire, said the official.Singh was taking the car for servicing at a specialised centre in Mohan Estate area. The car was registered in the name of one Satya Prakash, reported to be a businessman, said the official.
The newly released Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has what appears to be a serious design flaw. According to two independent reports from Android Police and Ars Technica, inserting the Note 5's S Pen backwards will not only cause it to be stuck and difficult to remove, but could also permanently break its stylus features. As you can see in Android Police's video below, the S Pen can slide all the way into its slot and then the spring mechanism inside clamps onto it, rendering it stuck."Pen detection on our review unit is completely broken," according to Android Police's David Ruddock. Similarly, Ars Technica replicated the incorrect S Pen insertion into their Galaxy Note 5 and noted their S Pen features broke too, although only temporarily. We were able to put our S-Pen in backwards again, which made the features work (with the S-Pen jammed into the slot)," Ars Technica's Ron Amadeo writes. "Eventually we were also able to remove the S-Pen in a stat