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Dog dies after being placed in overhead bin on United flight

Dog dies after being placed in overhead bin on United flight

They assured the safety of the family's pet so wearily, the mother agreed'. "The flight attendant continued to ask the passenger to do it, and she eventually complied". At the end of the flight, they learned the animal had died. "There was no movement as his family called his name", Mara wrote. "The woman, crying in the aeroplane aisle on the floor", Gremminger said.


Amazon recalls power banks due to fire and burn hazards

Amazon recalls power banks due to fire and burn hazards

The product documentation states the power banks were made in China by Guoguang Electric Company Ltd. The recall affects six models of power bank, the 16,100mAh, 10,000mAh, 5,600mAh, 3,000mAh, 2,000mAh with Micro USB cable, and 3,000mAh with Micro USB cable.


The £3000 houses that can be downloaded and printed in 24 hours

The £3000 houses that can be downloaded and printed in 24 hours

The current $6,500 homes are built to last for generations and each donation is paired directly with a family so donors can see their impact. The non-profit organization is now working with ICON , an Austin, Texas-based construction tech company.


SBI Shuts 41.2 Lakh Saving Accounts For Not Keeping Minimum Balance

SBI Shuts 41.2 Lakh Saving Accounts For Not Keeping Minimum Balance

In April 2016, the SBI had re-introduced the penal charges on non-maintenance of average monthly balance after a gap of five years. The decision comes in view of the feedback from the various users. SBI has reviewed its minimum balance requirement following a finance ministry report which showed that SBI collected Rs 1,771 crore during April-November 2017 as a penalty from customers for non-maintenance of monthly average balance in savings accounts.


Tata to sell $1.25 billion stake in TCS to pay debt

Tata to sell $1.25 billion stake in TCS to pay debt

Data available from the NSE showed that the holding firm of the Tata group sold 2.06 crore shares of the country's largest IT services firm at a price of Rs 2,876.46 per share. Tata Sons plans to use the money it raises to pay lenders to the company's subsidiary Tata Teleservices and raise stake in some other units, unidentified people told the news outlet.