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Dorian: 50 dead, 2,500 registered missing in the Bahamas

Dorian: 50 dead, 2,500 registered missing in the Bahamas

World
Sept. 11 (UPI) -- The Bahamas designated 2,500 people as missing Wednesday, 10 days after Hurricane Dorian struck the islands. The Bahamas National Emergency Management Agency said the Department of Social Services is compiling a register of missing people based on reports through the Missing Persons hotlines and other means. NEMA added that the list has not been checked against government records of people staying in shelters and that some people evacuated from Abaco and Grand Bahama islands have not registered with Social Services. "As we are able to cross-reference our data sets we will be able to inform family members and reunite survivors with loved ones," the agency said. In addition to the thousands of people registered as missing, Health Minister Duane Sands confirmed the death ...
Your SBI net banking facility may get blocked if mobile number is not registered by Dec 1

Your SBI net banking facility may get blocked if mobile number is not registered by Dec 1

Finance
If you are an Internet banking user of State Bank of India (SBI), you have to register your mobile number with the bank by December 1, 2018. If you do not register it before the deadline, you will not be able to access your net banking account after December 1, i.e., it will be blocked. The bank has intimated its users on its Internet banking website 'onlinesbi' that they need to register their mobile number through the branch (unless already done) or else their Internet banking may be blocked. "Attention INB users, please register your mobile number with us immediately, if not already done, through Branch, failing which the Internet Banking Facility may be blocked with effect from 01.12.2018", says the online SBI website. Therefore, if your mobile number is not already registered with S...
Drones over 250g must be registered with government

Drones over 250g must be registered with government

Technology
Drones weighing over 250g will have to be registered with the government as part of a new crackdown launched today. The new laws will also ban drones from flying above 400ft, less than 150ft from people or buildings or within 1,000 metres of airport boundaries.It follows several near misses with aircraft.People who flout the new rules could face an unlimited fine and up to five years in prison.Anyone who wants to use a drone will also have to take an online safety test under the new legislation, which has taken the CAA's Drone Code and put it into law from 30 May.Owners who fail to register their technology or sit the competency tests could be fined up to £1,000. Image: Drone pilots will have to sit a safety test under new rules. ...