Two arrested in Kolkata for harassing assaulting girls

first_imgKolkata: Two youths have been arrested for allegedly harassing and physically assaulting two girls here, police said on Wednesday. “Two youths, named Evan Chauhan and Zulfikar Khan, both residents of Beniapukur area, were arrested on Tuesday night for allegedly harassing two young girls near the Pavlov Hospital on the night before,” an officer from Topsia police station said. According to police, both youths, riding a two-wheeler allegedly passed lewd comments to two girls passing by in the Beniapukur area at around 11 p.m. on Monday. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari Puja When the girls protested, the youths followed them and attacked them, taking advantage of the deserted roads. “The two accused fled the spot when the girls cried for help. One of the victims took note of their two-wheeler’s number and registered a complaint at our police station. Accordingly, the youths were arrested from their residences yesterday (Tuesday) and their scooty has been seized,” the officer said. Both the accused were produced in court on Wednesday. A number of incidents of harassment and attack of girls in the late hours have recently come to light. Former Miss India Universe Ushoshi Sengupta was chased and harassed by a gang of reckless bikers while travelling in an app-based cab at night last month. Seven youths were arrested in that case.last_img read more

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US boy shoots kills all 5 members of family

first_imgMiami: A 14-year-old boy shot and killed all five members of his family in the US state of Alabama and then called police and confessed to the crime, local law enforcement said Tuesday. Three of the victims were found dead at the scene, a house in Elkmont, Alabama, and the other two died later after being airlifted to a regional hospital. “The 14-year old caller was interviewed and confessed to shooting all five members of his family in the residence,” Limestone County sheriff said on Twitter. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from US”He is currently assisting investigators in locating the weapon, a 9mm handgun that he said he tossed nearby,” it said. The shootings occurred late Monday. The boy in custody was not identified, and there was no immediate word on a possible motive for the murders. Gun violence is a prevalent feature in American life with more than 36,000 deaths a year — about a third of them homicides — according to statistics compiled by the Giffords Law Center, an advocacy group.last_img read more

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Railways cancels 81 strains 2 diverted

first_imgNew Delhi: After the alert that Cyclone Fani will make landfall on Friday across the east coast, taking a safety measures the Indian Railways announced the cancellation of 81 trains enroute to the segment in the phase from across the country.Cancellation of trains will start from Thursday evening. According to a government release, train journey towards, Bhubaneswar/ Puri, East Coast Express and Coromondal Express from Howrah, trains towards Bangalore, Chennai, Secunderabad from Howrah and all trains touching Odisha (Bhubaneswar/Puri) have been restricted from late Thursday. Also Read – 2019 most peaceful festive season for J&K: Jitendra SinghBesides, Bangalore-Guwahati Express and Hirakund Express (from Amritsar to Visakhapatnam) have been diverted. Further, in the view of extremely severe impact or aftermath of the cyclone forecasted by IMD, the rail board has decided to announce frequently at every important stations for sensitizing the passengers about cancellations. The rail ministry has also decided the full refund of passengers for the cancelled or diverted trains “if the tickets are produced for cancellation within three days from scheduled departure of trains.” Also Read – Personal life needs to be respected: Cong on reports of Rahul’s visit abroadMoreover, dry food items, food meal, water bottle in sufficient quantity are to be made available at the catering stalls of all major stations. “Due to dislocation of train services, the situation may warrant transshipment of passengers. Local transporters are to be contracted for hiring of road vehicles for meeting exigencies as and where necessary,” the ministry statement mentioned. “Sufficient amount of cash must be available at major stations for granting refunds to passengers and meeting other exigencies,” the ministry added. Emergency control is operated round the clock with helpline number for guiding passengers.last_img read more

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General Assembly opens debate on preventing armed conflict

“What a qualitative difference we could have in the United Nations if we moved the focus from the late stages of conflict to the early stages, if we were to spend more time on smoke detection rather than taking care of the house that has already burned down,” said Assembly President Jan Eliasson.In a statement read by Deputy Secretary-General Mark Malloch Brown, Mr. Annan noted that one of his consistent objectives has been to move the UN from a culture of reaction to one of prevention. One of the main findings of his latest report was that such a culture was indeed beginning to take hold.“Indeed, in many parts of the world we are working to resolve disputes peacefully,” Mr. Annan said, drawing attention to his latest mission aimed at preventing further armed conflict in the Middle East and apologizing for not being able to attend today’s debate.Issued five years after the Secretary-General’s first comprehensive report on the prevention of armed conflict, this latest report responds to resolutions of the General Assembly and the Security Council.The 54-page document outlines a three-pronged approach to preventing armed conflict: targeting the sources of tension within and between societies, States and regions; reinforcing the norms and institutions for peace; and strengthening the mechanisms that can resolve disputes between countries.The report stresses the importance of addressing global risk factors that transcend individual nations, including environmental issues, corruption, youth unemployment, HIV/AIDS, and the trade of illicit weapons and drugs.The report further emphasizes the importance of equipping Member States to manage their own problems by helping them build “national infrastructures for peace”, including constitutions, credible elections and democratic governance.In his own remarks to the Assembly, Mr. Malloch Brown zeroed in on the report’s proposal that an amount equivalent to 2 per cent of the annual peacekeeping budget be dedicated to conflict prevention activities.“Too often we spend vast sums of money to fight fires that, in hindsight, we might more easily have extinguished with timely preventive action,” the Deputy Secretary-General said.At the end of today’s session, the Assembly decided to continue its consideration of the report and its recommendations at the body’s 61st session, which begins next week. read more

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Chile court sides with Indians blocks mine until Barrick Gold keeps environmental

by Eva Vergara, The Associated Press Posted Jul 15, 2013 3:04 pm MDT SANTIAGO, Chile – A Chilean appeals court ruled against the world’s largest gold mining company on Monday, favouring Chilean Indians who accuse Barrick Gold Corp. of contaminating their water downstream and creating more doubts about the future of the world’s highest gold mine.The judges in the northern city of Copiapo unanimously ruled that Barrick must keep all its environmental promises before moving forward with construction of the Pascua-Lama mine at the very top of Chile’s mountainous border with Argentina. They also said Barrick must monitor the condition of three glaciers next to the mine project.Chile’s environmental watchdog agency already ordered construction stopped until Barrick builds systems to keep the mine from contaminating the watershed below, and Barrick executives have publicly committed the company to fulfilling the requirements of its environmental permit.But Monday’s ruling goes beyond that by demanding repairs to damage in the watershed below, by calling for increased monitoring of the impact on surrounding glaciers, and by opening up the project’s environmental license for review. The judges found no evidence of contamination due to mine construction, but said the watershed could face “imminent danger” without more environmental protections.Attorney Lorenzo Soto, who represents about 550 Diaguita Indians in the case, said this review might even kill the $8.5 billion mine, which has been under development for more than seven years. “The project’s conditions aren’t the same as they were in 2006. New conditions could be established, and we don’t discard any scenario, including the closing of the project,” Soto said.Scarce river water is vital to life in Chile’s Atacama Desert, and the Diaguitas fear that the Pascua-Lama mine above them is ruining their resource.Barrick (TSX:ABX) acknowledged the ruling in a statement late Monday that did not say whether or not the company would appeal.The company said it “is committed to diligently working to complete all of the projects the regulatory requirements” and is working with Chile’s environmental regulator to construct a water management system by 2014, after which time it expects to renew construction on the actual mine.Still, the ruling could mean more lengthy delays for the binational mine, which was initially expected to be producing gold and silver already. While Argentine officials are eager to keep building, most of the ore is buried on the Chilean side. On the Argentine side, where Barrick fuels a third of San Juan province’s economy, officials have been watching closely and trying to figure out how to preserve thousands of jobs.Barrick’s stock traded up slightly Monday at $15 a share after reaching near-historic lows due to falling gold prices and Pascua-Lama setbacks.___Luis Andres Henao in Santiago and Michael Warren in Buenos Aires contributed to this report. Chile court sides with Indians, blocks mine until Barrick Gold keeps environmental promises AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

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Win does little to calm turmoil at troubled Bayern Munich

BERLIN — Bayern Munich’s first win in four Bundesliga matches has done little to ease the turmoil at the club.Bayern president Uli Hoeness, who is bearing the brunt of the fan anger, faced criticism, boos and whistles at a stormy AGM on Friday. Members expressed their disapproval of his feud with former friend Paul Breitner, the club’s sponsorship deals with Qatar, its criticism of the media and Hoeness’ personal tirades against former players and coaches.Hoeness – who was faced with a North Korean flag with the words “Not my president” at the AGM – hit back on Sunday.“I’ve never experienced anything like this. I hope that it changes again, otherwise it’s no longer my FC Bayern,” Hoeness said. “This is something I won’t accept. This evening will not pass without leaving its mark.”The 66-year-old Hoeness doubled down on his criticism of Breitner, who in recent weeks was told he is no longer welcome at the club.“He is now being made into a martyr. Paul Breitner is not a victim but a culprit,” said Hoeness, who said the former Bayern midfielder had received “almost 2 million euros” in commission from the club before their agreement was ended.Breitner had criticized the club on Bavarian TV after it hit out at the media in mid-October for negative coverage following a string of poor results, and he had suggested people should be “ashamed” of Hoeness.Breitner received support for his words.“Paul Breitner said what many were thinking and you have to accept that according to basic law of freedom of opinion,” one unidentified Bayern fan said to applause at the AGM.But for the president, Breitner’s words “damaged FC Bayern.”“That’s why we told him not to come to the VIP area anymore,” Hoeness said. “If he has a problem with us he should say it to us himself, not through the press. That’s why we’re so annoyed.”Besides criticizing Breitner again, Hoeness also suggested veteran wingers Franck Ribery and Arjen Robben will be leaving at the end of the season, and he promised intensive transfer activity to refresh a squad struggling this season under coach Niko Kovac.Bayern is already nine points behind Borussia Dortmund after 13 matches and hopes of a record-extending seventh straight title are fading.“We took in money rather than spending it this season. There are reasons for that, because Franck and Arjen’s contracts are running out,” Hoeness said. “We will be very, very, very offensive in the transfer market. The tills are well-filled.”The Bayern president, who also co-owns a sausage factory in Nuremberg, is facing his toughest days at the club since his triumphant return in November 2016 after serving half of his 42-month prison sentence for tax evasion. Hoeness had given up the role following his conviction in March 2014.Hoeness, a former forward who starred for Bayern and West Germany before he retired at the age of 27 with chronic knee problems, helped the club become a financial behemoth after making the move to management in 1979.Bayern announced Friday another season of record turnover for 2017-18 as revenue reached 657.4 million euros ($744.3 million), an anomaly in debt-ridden European soccer.For the first time on Sunday, Hoeness mulled taking a step away from his club.“I will take the next weeks and months to calmly see how things develop,” Hoeness said. “I will consider carefully what I want and what I don’t.”___More AP Bundesliga coverage: https://apnews.com/tag/Bundesliga and https://twitter.com/AP_SportsCiaran Fahey, The Associated Press read more

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EYEWITNESS Shafted again…

…on oil royaltiesSo, finally, we have some details on how we’re to be raped in regard to the oil revenues from ExxonMobil through the ineptitude of Raphael Trotman, who snagged the Natural Resources’ portfolio only because of the “Nassau Accord”.From the word go, your Eyewitness has been emphasising that the only way Guyana would get its fair share of the oil that’ll be pumped out and gone forever is to begin with ROYALTIES. Royalties come off the TOP; that is, as a percentage of the total revenues garnered on sales BEFORE anything is deducted. Exxon pumps, say, 1000 barrels per day and the price is US$50/barrel, the royalty will be calculated on US$50,000. We pointed out that Uganda, which were recommended to help us with preparations for our oil regime, had negotiated a 15% royalty on their oil. In comparison, Malaysia had a 10% and Nigeria 8%. So what did this genius Trotman negotiate?? 2%!!!! Royalties will scrape in a measly $1000!! At 15% we would’ve gotten US$7500 on every barrel of US$50 oil.Right away Guyanese should know something stinks to high heaven with the man who introduced the term “political investment” into our political lexicon. Why else would he shaft Guyana like this?? His excuse was the 1999 exploration agreement the PPP had signed specified a 1% royalty. Well…DUH!!! We already pointed out that THAT contract was signed when no one knew Guyana REALLY had oil. It was a shot in the dark. The oil exploration companies were in a stronger position with them taking the risks and not knowing whether they’ll strike oil. Trotman negotiated his deal with Exxon AFTER it was CONFIRMED there were at least 1.5billion barrels of oil sloshing around under our sea bed!! GUYANA was now in a stronger position. Especially since Exxon had walked away from its Canadian Tar Sands reserves and was barred from exploring its Arctic reserves. Ours was the biggest oil find in all of 2016 — not only for Exxon!! So where does this leave us? As you, Dear Readers, would know, your Eyewitness predicted two years ago that $50 oil will be the new average. He’s explained why ad nauseam. With Trotman’s 2% royalty, after we collect US$1000 royalty, (we hope he had the sense to specify, MONTHLY!) Exxon could’ve taken UP TO 75% of the revenues — after deducting royalties — as “cost oil”; that is, to cover its exploration costs and present production costs. Did Trotman negotiate this down to a fixed 50% as your Eyewitness suggested? If, as expected, he did not, we then split the “profits” — of 25% or US$12,250 — down the middle. We end up with an additional US$6,125/barrel. Instead, we get peanuts, thanks to a venal Trotman.…on other oil fronts? The other question Trotman should answer is: Will we get a bonus from Exxon for signing the contract? While this is usually small – around US$2M — every dollar counts TODAY. And another thing: Which accounting firms will be checking Exxon as to what they’ll be inflating? And inflate they will — as expended expenses to boost their share of the oil as “cost oil”!! Trotman should now realise why Exxon doesn’t skimp on accountants.Did he also forbid Exxon from claiming expenses for hiring lawyers etc — in the event of litigation, as “employment costs”?? If he didn’t — and your Eyewitness bet he didn’t — then these’ll go into “cost oil,” and we end up paying for THEIR lawyers! But, most importantly, did he insist that Exxon should pay the Guyanese corporate income tax of 27.5%??See, your Eyewitness is very fair; he didn’t insist on the “commercial” income tax rate of 40%! But was Trotman fair to us?…on Guyana’s share Trotman’s been flacking for Exxon by emphasizing that “Guyana will get 50% of profits”. For the average Guyanese, this sounds “fair”; but, as revealed above — and that was merely scratching the surface — the Devil’s in the details. And those details are still secret! Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedEYEWITNESS: Clueless…June 30, 2017In “EYEWITNESS”EYEWITNESS: Boning up…October 16, 2017In “EYEWITNESS”EYEWITNESS: Missing the boat…August 28, 2017In “EYEWITNESS” read more

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Paint pinot flow at vineyard

first_imgMarci Waldkirch sips a red blend Sunday afternoon between filling in the early touches of what would become the Northern Lights over a mountain range. BATTLE GROUND — Everyone, Mykell Sloan regularly tells her painting class guests, can create art.Whether or not it’s “good” or looks one way or another doesn’t matter.“All you need,” she said Sunday, “is a little paintbrush, some paint –”“And some wine,” a guest interjected.Sloan is the instructor at Rusty Grape Vineyard’s regular Pinot and Paint events, where guests can sip wine and grab food as they get guided painting lessons.At the vineyard and tasting room Sunday, the roughly 40 guests started simple with a black, jagged line to make the outline of a mountain range.The lesson includes a canvas, small easel, paint and drink. Sloan starts each session with a finished painting for reference, then guides students through the process of creating it themselves.After they made their mountain ranges, Sloan took them through painting the base of the range, adding depth and texture with different colors, reminding them the idea was to relax, enjoy and stop pursuing perfection.“Don’t fix your happy accidents,” she faux-scolded painters. “You wouldn’t fix your children would you?”Her advice for the students having trouble letting go, or finding their muse? Have more wine.Alyssa Hayden, the vineyard’s wine club manager and Sloan’s sister, said Rusty Grape started pairing painting with wine about three years ago.last_img read more

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Arrest warrant against Imran in defamation case

first_imgImran H Sarkar. Prothom Alo File PhotoA Dhaka court on Thursday issued an arrest warrant against Ganajagaran Mancha spokesperson Imran H Sarkar in a defamation case filed for his ‘derogatory remarks’ on prime minister Sheikh Hasina.Additional chief metropolitan magistrate Fahmidul Islam issued the warrant as Imran did not appear before it.The court also rejected the time petition filed by Imran’s lawyer Prakas Ranjan Biswas.However, the other accused of the case cultural activist Sanatan Ullash was present on the dock.According to the case statement, Imran and Sanatan chanted defamatory slogans against prime minister Sheikh Hasina on 27 May over the removal of the statue of Lady Justice from the Supreme Court premises.last_img

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BABYGlimpse DNABased App Predicts Your Babys Genetic Code

first_imgStay on target CRISPR-Modified Babies Cursed With Short LifespanScientists Add Human Genes to Monkeys’ Brains in New Study Every child-bearing couple wonders which genetic traits their baby may inherit: Will she have his blue eyes? Will he get her curly hair? Will it acquire their quick temper or sense of humor?Well, now you can find out. (At least about those first two; you’ll just have to keep your fingers crossed for a calm, knee-slapper of a kid.)Denver-based personal genomics company HumanCode recently launched BABYGlimpse—a DNA-powered app that lets users uncover which qualities (appearance, physical ability, sleep quality, etc.) are most likely to manifest in their children.Developed in collaboration with Helix, the program requires a saliva sample from each prospective parent. Simply spit into a tube, register your kit, and sent it off for sequencing. Then check the iOS app for personalized insights into the possible traits of your future child.BABYGlimpse at a glance (via HumanCode)“We built BABYGlimpse as an inspiring and optimistic way for two people to understand their own genetics, and what they might pass on to their offspring,” HumanCode CEO Chris Glode said in a statement.When Glode and his wife, Sharon, received ultrasound photos of their second child in 2015, the pair were “elated and very grateful that he was healthy and developing on track.”But amidst the excitement of sharing the news with family and friends, something was missing.“DNA sequencing gives us unparalleled insight into what makes us who we are—and we can use this technology to also project the potential for our progeny,” Glode wrote in a blog post. “We call it ‘sunshine science.’”BABYGlimpse goes beyond grainy sonogram images and gender reveals to highlight what you might pass on to the next generation—lactose intolerance, naturally blonde hair, sun sensitivity, eye/hair color, breastfeeding duration.Find out the likelihood of your child having brown, blue, or green eyes (via HumanCode)The program, according to Justin Kao, co-founder and senior vice president of Helix, provides “a unique avenue to tap into the excitement and wonder that comes along with growing a family.”“BABYGlimpse helps couples explore the bright side of genetics, creating a fun and enlightening conversation around their future,” he added.Designed for use by couples, BABYGlimpse comes bundled with two Helix kits and access to the mobile app for $349.98; a single DNA kit is available for $80 for those who take an alternative route to starting a family—third-party or donor-assisted reproduction, for instance.If you’ve already been sequenced by Helix, or just want to invite family and friends to the BABYGlimpse party, HumanCode offers individual access to the app for $94.99 each.(Price breakdown: $349.98 for the couple that has not been sequenced; $189.98 for the couple that has been sequenced; and $174.99 for the unsequenced individual.)Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

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Study suggests there are only two tiger subspecies

first_img Big cats are disappearing from the wild, with one of the most prominent being the tiger—they live on islands in and around Indonesia and on the Asian continent, from parts of Russia to Southeast Asia, and there is a big effort to save them. Up till now, there have been nine “official” tiger subspecies: Bengal, South China, Siberian, Sumatran, Malayan, Indochinese, Caspian, Bali and Javan. But these new researchers suggest that there are really only two subspecies: continental and sunda. The former would include all tigers living on the Asian continent, while the latter would include all those living on islands.The researchers came to this conclusion after conducting a study both of existing literature and of examples of tiger bones and other tiger parts in museums—more specifically they looked at bone structure, fur patterns and genetic makeup. They note that despite some genetic differences, there was just not enough evidence to separate continental tigers into different subspecies—the same held true for island tigers, though they do note that there was more than enough evidence to separate continental and sunda tigers.The team suggests that if others would accept their results, it might mean helping some of the more endangered tigers survive. South China tiger numbers are so low now, for example, that unless something big is done to save them, they will join Caspian, Bali and Javan tigers on the extinct list. They suggest introducing other continental tigers into the area, as was done in the U.S. to save the Florida panther—if they were considered to be the same subspecies than no dilution would occur.And added bonus of re-categorizing the tiger subspecies’ might be a reexamination of the entire system used to categorize animals and perhaps an overhaul resulting in a system that clearly defines where subspecies lines should be drawn. (Phys.org)—A team of researchers with affiliations to institutions in Germany, Denmark and the U.K. has concluded after extensive research, that there are really only two subspecies of tigers, as opposed to the nine that have been widely accepted for many years. In their paper published in Science Advances, the team describes their analysis of tiger similarities and differences and why they believe there are only two subspecies and why changing the classification could help save some of them. © 2015 Phys.org Citation: Study suggests there are only two tiger subspecies (2015, June 29) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2015-06-tiger-subspecies.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. Explore furthercenter_img Siberian tiger (P. t. altaica), also known as the Amur tiger. Credit: Wikipedia. Team studies DNA of tigers Journal information: Science Advances More information: Planning tiger recovery: Understanding intraspecific variation for effective conservation, Science Advances  26 Jun 2015: Vol. 1, no. 5, e1400175. DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.1400175AbstractAlthough significantly more money is spent on the conservation of tigers than on any other threatened species, today only 3200 to 3600 tigers roam the forests of Asia, occupying only 7% of their historical range. Despite the global significance of and interest in tiger conservation, global approaches to plan tiger recovery are partly impeded by the lack of a consensus on the number of tiger subspecies or management units, because a comprehensive analysis of tiger variation is lacking. We analyzed variation among all nine putative tiger subspecies, using extensive data sets of several traits [morphological (craniodental and pelage), ecological, molecular]. Our analyses revealed little variation and large overlaps in each trait among putative subspecies, and molecular data showed extremely low diversity because of a severe Late Pleistocene population decline. Our results support recognition of only two subspecies: the Sunda tiger, Panthera tigris sondaica, and the continental tiger, Panthera tigris tigris, which consists of two (northern and southern) management units. Conservation management programs, such as captive breeding, reintroduction initiatives, or trans-boundary projects, rely on a durable, consistent characterization of subspecies as taxonomic units, defined by robust multiple lines of scientific evidence rather than single traits or ad hoc descriptions of one or few specimens. Our multiple-trait data set supports a fundamental rethinking of the conventional tiger taxonomy paradigm, which will have profound implications for the management of in situ and ex situ tiger populations and boost conservation efforts by facilitating a pragmatic approach to tiger conservation management worldwide.last_img read more

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Wide load causes delays as it travels up A34

first_imgGet the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailIf you were caught in delays in North Staffordshire earlier – this wide-load might be why. The wide-load travelled up the A34 from Stafford via Stone, Newcastle and Talke before crossing into Cheshire. Cheshire Police then escorted the load from Red Bull Lights in Church Lawton up to Browns Bank – with the load set to continue its journey tomorrow. Our reporter took this footage of the convoy on Barracks Road.last_img

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Home Purchase in Sight for Over Half of Americans Within Five Years

first_imgHome Purchase in Sight for Over Half of Americans Within Five Years in Daily Dose, Data, Headlines, Market Studies, News Share Many Americans are gearing up to purchase a home in the coming years. According to a recent BMO Harris Bank 2015 Homebuyers Report, 52 percent of Americans say they are likely to buy a home in the next five years.Additionally, those surveyed indicated that they are willing to pay an average of $296,000 for a home and will average a 21 percent down payment.The report also found that among those who intend to buy, 78 percent plan to get preapproved before seriously searching for a home. Meanwhile, 75 percent of current home owners set a budget before looking for a home and 16 percent usually spend less while 13 percent go over budget.”Getting preapproved helps buyers understand their budget as they start their home search. That means estimating monthly mortgage payments and how much you can borrow,” said Alex Dousmanis-Curtis, group head, U.S. Retail and Business Banking, BMO Harris Bank.BMO also reported that 74 percent of those looking to buy a new home will consult a real estate agent, while 59 percent said they will visit online real estate websites, and 37 percent will seek recommendations from friends and family.According to the report, 63 percent of American homeowners spent under six months looking for a new home before they made a purchase. In addition, 8 percent bought their home without conducting an active real estate search or even planning to buy because a specific property caught their attention.The report also found that many likely homebuyers are interested in a real estate mobile app that would help in their home search. Over three-quarters of homebuyers said the biggest draw for a mobile app would be the ability to look at house listings in their specific desired area and 77 percent would like the ability to obtain information about these neighborhoods.Click here to view BMO Harris Bank’s 2015 Homebuyers Report.center_img August 12, 2015 458 Views 2015 Homebuyers Report BMO Harris Bank Five Years Home Purchase 2015-08-12 Staff Writerlast_img read more

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Coop robbery suspect remanded

first_imgOne of the main suspects in the robbery of a Co-operative Bank outlet in Limassol last March, Charalambos Kaloyerides, 33, was remanded on Monday for eight days, while police are still searching for the whereabouts of a second suspect.Kaloyerides, who had been wanted by police in connection with the robbery at the Ayios Athanasios Co-Op in Limassol on March 6 was arrested on Sunday in Larnaca following a tip off.The suspect was taken to court under heavy security measures. The remand hearing took place behind closed doors for security reasons, police said.He is suspected of plotting the armed robbery, illegal possession and transfer of a gun plus illegal possession and transfer of explosive substances.Four women and two men, all of them foreign nationals, who were found in the same apartment as Kaloyerides were also arrested. They were charged with being an accessory after the offence was committed and were released. They are to present in court at a later stage.You May LikeAttorney CocktailAt 69, What Is Jay Leno’s Actual Net Worth?Attorney CocktailUndoScience10160 Most Intelligent Dog Breeds To OwnScience101UndoInnoTechRV, LLCTire Pressure Monitoring Systems for RVs and TrucksInnoTechRV, LLCUndo Morphou bishop now claims gay men have a ‘nasty smell’UndoUK plays Brexit hardball with ‘stubborn’ EUUndoCompanies must use buying power to root out slavery, says UK officialUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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