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More than 37.8M fire extinguishers manufactured in NC recalled

More than 37.8M fire extinguishers manufactured in NC recalled

Several area fire departments and the Illinois State Fire Marshal's Office are warning residents of a recall of 38 million fire extinguishers by the manufacturer Kidde and they say they should be replaced immediately. PULL the pin to break the seal. Consumer Reports recommends an ABC fire extinguisher, which will extinguish three types of common fires - wood and paper, a class A, flammable liquids, a class B, and electrical fires, class C.


Met Dineshwar Sharma, discussed Kashmir issue: Omar Abdullah

Met Dineshwar Sharma, discussed Kashmir issue: Omar Abdullah

Sharma made the remark after meeting lone Communist leader from Kashmir Mohammad Yousuf Tarigami, former minister Ghulam Hassan Mir and independent MLA Hakim Yasin. "The hurdles that centre has created by the statements of centre should be stopped so that he can wok freely". "We told him to come clear on the mandate given to him by the central government".


Healthcare, IT stocks push Sensex up 80 points

Healthcare, IT stocks push Sensex up 80 points

BSE IT index was the only sectoral index that ended in positive as it posted gains to the tune of 0.33%. Major Sensex losers were: Bharti Airtel , down 3.73 per cent at Rs 495.15; Tata Motors, down 2.92 per cent at Rs 438.70; SBI, down 2.35 per cent at Rs 309.75; Lupin, down 2.09 per cent at Rs 842.55; and ICICI Bank, down 2.05 per cent at Rs 305.80.


Ethereum wallet vulnerability freezes hundreds of millions of dollars

Ethereum wallet vulnerability freezes hundreds of millions of dollars

The July incident saw a hacker make millions by exploiting a security flaw in Parity, an Ethereum wallet client. Unfortunately, the new code contained another bug, which enabled an attacker to turn Parity's library contract - effectively Parity's code - into a multi-sig wallet and destroy it.


Alcohol Linked to Several Types of Cancer — ASCO

Alcohol Linked to Several Types of Cancer — ASCO

The doctors' group is also calling for new public health initiatives to curb alcohol use, from taxes to restrictions on ads targeting minors, like the new ban on alcohol advertising on New York City's subways and buses slated to go into effect in January.