Kolkata: The dengue situation in North 24-Parganas’ Habra continues to be grim with the number of dengue affected victims mounting up with each passing day.According to sources in the Habra State General Hospital, more than 800 patients were admitted to the hospital with dengue or dengue-like symptoms in the past 15 days. The number goes up despite several measures taken up by the state health department and the district administration. Sources in the hospital said that three persons have already died of dengue in the Habra State General Hospital. People in Habra alleged that the local administration had woken up late as a result of which the situation has gone beyond control. They also alleged that the district administration failed to take adequate preventive measures to check the spread of the disease. Also Read – Bengal family worships Muslim girl as Goddess Durga in Kumari Puja”The hospital authorities face difficulties to accommodate a huge number of patients. The number of patients admitted to the hospital has far outweighed the bed capacity of the hospital. The total bed strength of the hospital is around 131. Nearly 70 seats have been increased in the hospital on an emergency basis,” an official from the hospital said. Senior health department officials have visited the hospital on various occasions in past few days to take a stock of the situation. A dengue unit has been opened in the hospital. Also Read – Bengal civic volunteer dies in road mishap on national highwayMore doctors and nurses have been inducted to cope with the situation. A dengue help desk has also been thrown open inside the hospital premises where the municipality workers have been deployed to assist the patients and their family members. All the councilors from Harbra Municipality are keeping surveillance at their wards and supervising the anti-dengue campaign. Dr Sankarlal Ghosh, superintendent of the Habra State General Hospital, said health department’s initiatives are not enough to check the disease unless people are aware on how to take preventive measures. People are mostly affected in Daharthuba area of Habra. More than 100 people are down with dengue.
Riyadh– Leaked documents have revealed that the U.S. National Security Agency intercepted 125 billion phone calls and SMS messages in January 2013, many of them in the Middle East.Saudi Arabia and Iraq had 7.8 billion wiretapping incidents from the NSA each, while Egypt and Jordan had 1.8 billion and 1.6 billion respectively, according to Cryptome, a digital library that publishes leaked documents.Additionally, over 1.7 billion wiretapping incidents were recorded in Iran. News of the NSA spying on phone calls has angered many Western countries, in addition to many American citizens.Last week, Germany summoned the U.S. ambassador to Berlin over suspicion that the United States spied on Chancellor Angela Merkel’s phone line.Countries in the Middle East have not yet issued a statement concerning U.S. spying on billions of phone calls within its territories.Source: Al Arabiya
TORONTO — Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne is promising to address environmental concerns amid protests over a west-east pipeline plan that would transport Alberta oil to foreign markets.Protests that have cropped up in the province include a blockade of an Enbridge pumping station near Hamilton in June.Eighteen people were arrested and charged in that incident when they refused to leave the station.They oppose Enbridge’s plan to reverse the flow of oil in a stretch of pipeline from Westover, Ont., — about 30 kilometres northwest of Hamilton — to Montreal, saying the move could lead to a possible breach.Wynne says environmental concerns have to be at the centre of any talk about the movement of fuel through the province.She says the province has to work with all groups, including First Nations communities, to make sure there are protections in place.The premier says Ontario also has to work with other provinces with the understanding that they all share energy needs.
The 1987 agreement between India and Sri Lanka helped defeat the LTTE led by Vellupillai Prabakaran, Minister of Plantation Industries Navin Dissanayake said.Dissanayake said that when the Indo-Lanka accord was signed at the time his father, Gamini Dissanayake, was a Minister in the United National Party (UNP) Government, the Sri Lanka Freedom Party opposed it. He says if the agreement was not signed India would not have supported Sri Lanka to defeat Vellupillai Prabakaran. “After 1987 India did not oppose Sri Lanka’s moves to defeat Prabakaran,” he said. The Minister said that if India had helped Prabakaran, terrorism in Sri Lanka would have been worse that what it was. (Colombo Gazette)
Saudi Arabia facilitated the agreement, and in a message on Twitter, the Foreign Ministry said that the accord, signed in Jeddah “is a historic milestone for the peoples of Ethiopia and Eritrea, and will contribute to strengthening security and stability in the region at large”.“The signature of the peace agreement between the President of Eritrea and the Prime Minister of Ethiopia is indeed a historic event,” said the Secretary-General, speaking at a press conference following the signing in Saudi Arabia’s second-largest city, on the Red Sea coast, with Foreign Minister Adel Aljubeir.We have seen a conflict that has lasted for decades, ending, and that has a very important meaning in a world where we see, unfortunately, so many conflicts multiplying, and lasting forever – UN chief, António Guterres“We have seen a conflict that has lasted for decades, ending, and that has a very important meaning in a world where we see, unfortunately, so many conflicts multiplying, and lasting forever,” added Mr. Guterres.He expressed his “deep appreciation” for the role played by Saudi Arabia, before paying tribute “on one hand to the courage, the vision, the wisdom of the Prime Minister of Ethiopia – who has had the capacity to overcome enormous resistance from the past and open a new chapter in the history of his country – and also the way the President of Eritrea has promptly responded to his peace initiatives.”The thaw in relations between the neighbouring countries, who fought a bloody, unresolved war in the late 1990s, began in earnest in June, when Ethiopia’s newly-elected leader, Abiy Ahmed, made peace overtures to his counterpart, which have now come to fruition.Seizing on the implications for the whole region, Mr. Guterres said that the agreement meant that “there is a wind of hope blowing in the Horn of Africa. It is not only the peace between Ethiopia and Eritrea – it is the fact that tomorrow and the day after tomorrow we will have, here in Saudi Arabia, the President of Djibouti and the President of Eritrea – two countries that have also been at odds with each other.”According to news reports, Eritrea and Djibouti announced on Friday that they would also normalize diplomatic relations with each other following a falling out on the border, in 2008, which left several dead and resulted in prisoners being taken on both sides.The UN chief also noted the peace agreement between the President and his former Vice President in South Sudan, that was signed on Thursday – in Ethiopia’s capital Addis Ababa – as another indicator of real diplomatic movement across the Horn of Africa and its borders.“I want to say that this window of hope is enormously important in a world where, unfortunately, hope has been very scarce,” added the Secretary-General.
Green Bay Packers inside linebacker A.J. Hawk (50) pressures Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco (5) Oct. 13 at M&T Bank Stadium. The Packers won, 19-17.Credit: Courtesy of MCTThe Ohio State football program has produced players now considered to be NFL greats, such as Bill Willis, Cris Carter and Eddie George. With the 2013 season heading into the home stretch, a new class of Buckeyes, young and experienced, is looking to succeed at football’s highest level.As of Wednesday, a total of 35 former Buckeyes currently hold NFL roster spots, including three that were taken in the 2013 NFL Draft.These players were defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins, drafted 49th overall by the New York Giants, defensive end John Simon, who was drafted 129th by the Baltimore Ravens and offensive lineman Reid Fragel, who was taken by the Cincinnati Bengals 240th overall but was later signed by the Cleveland Browns.Arguably the most noteworthy performance from the first three weeks of the season came from former quarterback Terrelle Pryor, currently the starter for the Oakland Raiders.During week one, Pryor threw for 217 yards and rushed for 112 more, both game highs. That came in a losing effort, as the Raiders were defeated by the Indianapolis Colts, 21-17.The next week, he led the Raiders to their first win, a 19-9 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars.Mike Nugent, OSU’s kicker from 2001-04, gained newfound popularity with Ohio fans after kicking a game-winning 54 yard field goal for the Cincinnati Bengals to defeat the Detroit Lions Oct. 20.Other Buckeyes have been in the league for much longer than Pryor and Nugent, and have played on Super Bowl and Pro Bowl teams.One of the most successful veterans is linebacker A.J. Hawk, who was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in 2006 and currently in his eighth season.Hawk was named to the Pro Football Weekly/Pro Football Writers Association All-Rookie Team in 2006, a Pro Bowl alternate in 2010, and was a member of the Packers team that defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XLV in 2011.Hawk’s former teammate, Santonio Holmes, is an eight-year veteran and current wide receiver for the New York Jets. In 2009, Holmes caught the game-winning touchdown and was named MVP of Super Bowl XLIII for the Pittsburgh Steelers in their victory against the Arizona Cardinals.In recent years, more college players enter the NFL Draft when they believe they are ready to join the professional ranks before they graduate. The decision to consider the draft also depends on if there are more benefits in joining the draft or staying an extra year in college.Buckeye coach Urban Meyer said for underclassmen, the decision to declare for the NFL Draft is ultimately up to the players themselves. However, he is critical in how the current NFL drafting system takes players after a very short college experience.“There’s a process in place by the National Football League that at first, I was very disappointed in the process, it’s very vague and I didn’t like it at all,” Meyer told ESPN’s Austin Ward in December. “I actually talked to (NFL commissioner) Roger Goodell several times about it … I think they’ve done a better job, I’m not here to berate that because I think they do a fine job, but it’s a very imperfect system.”Many players acknowledge their experiences as part of the Buckeye football program even after accomplishing major success in the professional ranks. Former Buckeye wide receiver Carter gave thanks to his alma mater during his acceptance speech to the NFL Hall of Fame earlier in 2013.“Buckeye, Born and Bred, now Hall of Famer, even after I’m dead,” Carter said.OSU is seen as one of the top schools for NFL talent, producing the third most draft picks of all time, and because of this, is able to assemble a very strong recruiting class.
Former Ohio State receiver Ray Small was arrested in Meigs County, Ohio Sunday evening by the Ohio State Highway Patrol for allegedly possessing over 200 suspected Oxycontin tablets. According to a report from the Pomeroy Daily Sentinel, Trooper James Trelka of the Gallia-Meigs Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol arrested Small, 24, Sunday evening at 5:56 p.m. The report said that Small allegedly possessed 243 Oxycontin pills, an undisclosed amount of suspected heroin, hand-rolled marijuana cigarettes and a loaded 25-caliber pistol. The Lantern was able to confirm with the Meigs County Sheriff Office that they had Small in custody until Monday evening. Small was scheduled to report to Meigs County Court Monday where, reportedly, he was charged with the possession of a schedule II narcotic. According to the report, Small has since been released, although further charges are pending. The Ohio State Highway Patrol did not immediately respond to The Lantern‘s request for comment. It’s not the first time Small has been in hot water. Small, who was suspended a number of times throughout his career, told The Lantern last spring that he sold OSU memorabilia for cash, opening the floodgates on the OSU football tattoo scandal that began in December, 2010. The Lantern attempted to contact Small using the phone number he responded to during the May interview, but the number is no longer active. During his controversial career as a Buckeye, Small totaled 61 receptions for 659 yards and three touchdowns from 2006-09.
On the final day of the regular season, the Ohio State baseball team (31-25, 11-13 Big Ten) clinched the final spot in the Big Ten Tournament, but the scene was far from picturesque. The Buckeyes were swept in their final three regular-season series against Indiana, but advanced to the conference tournament because they held a tiebreaker advantage after finishing in the three-way tie for the final spot with Illinois and Minnesota. OSU coach Greg Beals said he was unaware of the tie-breaker scenario and thought the season had ended after his team’s Saturday loss against Indiana. “I did think it was over when we lost,” Beals said. “It was a crazy two-minute period of time when you go from trying to figure out how to tie the game up, then we lose and figuring out what I’m going to say to these guys.” Then, Beals got the good news. “I was met by Brett (Rybak), our (sports information director), and he tells us we’re in,” Beals said. Following this past weekend’s conference action, the Buckeyes had the best record of the three teams against common Big Ten opponents and won the tiebreaker. Sophomore first baseman Josh Dezse said it was incredible to find out the team made it in the Big Ten Tournament. “We thank God we got into this tournament,” Dezse said. “When we found out at the end of the game, we thought we were out and it was not pretty. When we found out we were in there, we couldn’t help but smile even though we were just swept. It was kind of weird because we didn’t know what to do, what coach was thinking. Do we smile? Are we happy or are we not happy? We had mixed emotions.” Players said it was tough playing the Indiana series and they didn’t stay loose as they had throughout the season. “All season we’ve played loose and felt that’s when we play our best baseball,” said sophomore outfielder Tim Wetzel. “Lately we haven’t been doing that. We’ve been pressing a little too hard and you can’t do that in this game. You have to play loose and fast and that’s what we’re going to try to do this tournament.” The Buckeyes finished the regular season with the most walks (264), sacrifice flies (31) and stolen bases (84) in the Big Ten. In addition to team accomplishments, Dezse was named to the John Olerud watch list for the best two-way player in the nation. “It’s like having two players in one,” Beals said about Dezse, who is the team’s first baseman and closer. “You have a limited number of scholarships and when you’re putting a team together, it’s really huge.” Dezse hit .305 with five home runs and 32 RBI, all of which were second-best on the team. Dezse led the team in saves with seven and also posted a 3.08 ERA. Sophomore pitcher John Kuchno led the Buckeyes in wins with an 8-3 record. However, sophomore pitcher Jaron Long led the team in ERA among starters with 2.29 and was the Buckeyes’ Friday night starter throughout Big Ten play. “He’s our guy and he’s proven that he’s our guy,” Beals said. “He’s earned the respect and confidence of our team. We knew that he had the ability and that he has a knack for knowing how to pitch.” The Buckeyes came into the season with what Beals said were “ramped-up expectations.” Beals said before the season, the team watched the movie “Miracle” and players drew inspiration from the story and will use it in the Big Ten Tournament. “With the U.S.A. team, I just keep going back to what did they have to lose,” Dezse said. “They had nothing to lose. Same with us, make us the underdog, whatever. We’re here to play and we’re here to win. We have enough talent here that we’ll be just fine.” The Buckeyes’ first game of the tournament is at 3:35 p.m. on Wednesday at Huntington Park in downtown Columbus. The Buckeyes’ second game will be based on the result of their game and the result of the noon game between Nebraska and Michigan State.
← Previous Story Ivan Lapcevic helping second division team Next Story → EHF Men’s EURO 2012 (Qual – Round 2): Balkan derby – Austrians waiting for Iceland Story about city of Niš as a host city of EURO 2012 in Serbia is still in progress. Since a few days ago we published a news about a rights that a taken away to be a host of Preliminary group, because Niš wasn’t started to build a new Sports hall, what was planned and mentioned in Serbian candidature. After two meetings of all reliable factors in Serbian handball and Government, decision was that Niš won’t built a new hall, but is ready to make a total reconstruction off old “Čair” sports hall. That means that after reconstruction process “Čair” will suit all EHF requirements.EHF announced that will come to Niš again from 10th to 12th November to check all papers and technical documentation about it. Meanwhile, Niš has to send all project plans and 3D presentation to Vienna until third of November.Also, President of Serbian Handball Federation, Velimir Marjanovic told to Serbian PRESS that “Croatian handball representatives offered that city of Osijek (very close to Serbo-Croat border) change Niš”, but this was declined by HRS as just unofficial talk.It was planned that Niš host one of the Preliminary group of EURO 2012. Another host cities are Belgrade, Vršac and Novi Sad. Spors hall “Čair”
Sacked Manchester United coach Jose Mourinho played down rumours that he will return to Real Madrid as manager.The Portuguese professional football coach added that he is happy where he is right now despite losing Manchester United job.“When a manager or a player returns, it’s because they did something positive,” he says as quoted in AS.“I felt that when I arrived at Chelsea. When a professional returns or is offered a return to a club, it’s a tremendous honour. It’s not a blind bet, the club are trying to bring in a player or manager that they already know, who was already there and if they offer it is because they know the value of this person.”Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…Mourinho signed a three-year deal as manager of Manchester United in May 2016 and won the Community Shield, the League Cup and the UEFA Europa League in his first season in charge of the club.United finished second behind their city rivals in 2017/18 and lost the FA Cup final to Chelsea.Mourinho laws sacked from Manchester United in December 2018, leaving the club in sixth place after 17 matches.
BOSTON, MA — The Massachusetts State Police will be holding a Sobriety Checkpoint in Middlesex County on Friday, May 24, 2019 into Saturday, May 25, 2019.Wilmington is one of the 54 cities and towns in Middlesex County.The purpose of the Sobriety Checkpoint is to detect and remove drivers who are operating under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs from the roads. The Checkpoint also raises the public’s awareness of law enforcement’s efforts to combat this serious issue.“Any inconvenience to motorists will be minimized with advanced notice to reduce fear and anxiety,” said Colonel Kerry A. Gilpin, Superintendent of the Massachusetts State Police, in the announcement. “The selection of vehicles will not be arbitrary. Safety will be assured.”The Sobriety Checkpoint is funded through a grant provided by the Highway Safety Division of the Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedState Police To Hold Sobriety Checkpoint In Middlesex County This WeekendIn “Police Log”State Police To Hold Sobriety Checkpoint In Middlesex County On April 12 & 13In “Police Log”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Saturday, May 25, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”
Tech Industry Apple Pay Mobile payments GDPR Valve 5G Virtual Reality Disney Space Star Wars Facebook Wi-Fi 0 Post a comment 5G is the real deal, a notion that grew even clearer this week as Sprint became the third US carrier to turn on its next-gen network. CNET put Sprint’s network to the test in Dallas and was impressed. Meanwhile, Apple is readying for its developers conference next week, which won’t be about splashy device unveilings so much as clues to hardware in the works.Here are some of the week’s other stories you don’t want to miss: Watch out, Apple Pay. Tap-to-pay cards are coming on strongThese cards could speed up how we shop and commute every day. Ben Fox Rubin/CNET Building a rocket in a garage to take on SpaceX and Blue OriginGilmour Space Technologies is a plucky startup in the new space race. Its first mission: sending a powerful hybrid rocket to the edge of space. Ian Knighton/CNET Disney’s Star Wars land review: Galaxy’s Edge from every angleEver wanted to visit a Star Wars planet or sit in the cockpit of the Millennium Falcon? This new Star Wars-themed land comes close to making those dreams a reality. Vanessa Hand Orellana/CNET Europe’s GDPR has accomplished a lot in its infancyAt just a year old, the General Data Protection Regulation has already forced big tech firms to make significant changes to their privacy policies. And its real effects are still to come. Saul Gravy/Getty Images The internet is changing Africa, mostly for the betterCheap smartphones are flooding Africa, giving many of its citizens access to the internet for the very first time. Andela Valve Index’s new VR controllers feel like the future of gamingThe most interesting feature in Valve’s new virtual reality system is how its controllers work in your hands. Sarah Tew/CNET Facebook quietly killed a map for discovering live videosSome users want the map back. Facebook screenshot by Andrew Hoyle/CNET First to 5G? For smartphone users, the race is kind of meaninglessEE is the first UK carrier to jump to 5G. But for most consumers, the upgrade just isn’t worth it yet.5G has arrived in the UK today. Jaromir Chalabala/EyeEm ‘First 10 years were very tough’: Aladdin star on being an Iranian actor in HollywoodIt hasn’t always been easy for Navid Negahban, but Amazon, YouTube and Netflix are changing Hollywood for the better, the Sultan says. Daniel Smith Share your voice Tags
Serilingampally: State BJP executive member Jnanendra Prasad accused the local MLA and corporator of being indifferent to people’s problems.He was speaking after touring, along with local BJP leaders, Mahankalinagar in Allwyn Colony division on Thursday. He noted that the colony was facing lacke of drainage system and roads, which were in dilapidated condition. Also Read – Governor felicitates Sai Praneeth Advertise With Us Referring to a recent clash near Mahankalamma temple, Prasad advised both sides involved to hold discussions in a friendly atmosphere to get over the problem. He called for cooperation of all to ensure that the temple lands were not occupied. Among those who accompanied Prasad were party leaders Manibhushan, Srikanth, Raju, colony president Raghuram Reddy, Srinivas, Nageswar rao.
Ameesha PatelAmeesha Patel Instagram pageAmeesha Patel, who has given the industry some memorable films to cherish, has been missing from the limelight for quite some time now. And whenever the diva does enter the spotlight, more often than not, it is for all the wrong reasons. After the sting operation video of Ameesha Patel agreeing to publicise a certain political party in lieu of money made it its way to the internet, Ms Patel, seems to have landed herself in another controversy.As per a report in Mumbai Mirror, a financier and film producer has lodged a case against Ameesha Patel and her business partner Kunal Goomer for cheating him of Rs 2.5 crore. The producer Ajay Kumar Singh has alleged that he had lent Rs 2.5 crore to the duo for their film – Desi Magic – which hasn’t seen the light of the day. Not just that, Singh has alleged that the duo gave him a cheque of Rs 3 crore which bounced and when the financier went back to them again, he was apparently told that they have no intentions of returning the money.”I had given Ameesha and Kuunal Rs 2.5 crore when they visited Ranchi in March last year for an event. They had told me the film would release by June 2018 and would be a profitable venture for me. It has yet to arrive at the theatres and when I badgered them, they promised to return my money with interest in two-three months. They even gave me a cheque of Rs 3 crore but it bounced and when I went back to them, they told me this time that they had no intention of refunding my money,” Ajay Singh told the daily.The producer and financier has now moved to court alleging fraud and cheque bouncing case.
Yo Yo Honey SinghYouTube ScreenshotJust 2 days since Yo Yo Honey Singh released his new track ‘Gur nalo ishq mitha’ in collaboration with Punjabi Bhangra singer Malkit Singh, the track has already struck the right chord with the audience and is trending at number 1 on YouTube. It has crossed 13 million views in hardly any time and Honey Singh fans are swooning over it, the world over!’Gur nalo ishq mitha’ is the perfect amalgamation of beats, rhythm, and bhangra, all of which are extremely popular with the audience not just in India but globally. The song is a recreation of an old Punjabi classic, which is made in Yo Yo Honey Singh style and the song is already being deemed as the next Bhangra song, guaranteed to burn the dance floors.As promised by fans before the release of the song, they have already started dancing to the tunes of the songs and making their own choreographies. The song is super colorful and gives a very cool vibe which will get you grooving on hearing it. The original song is choreographed by the very famous Bhangra crew B Funk and is definitely another chartbuster that has got the excitement soaring with its release.Creating so much excitement amongst the fans before the release of each and every song, it is all the more proof that Honey Singh is one of the most popular singers, not just among the youth but also among all the demographics.The year, 2018 has been a rocking year for Yo Yo Honey Singh as he has delivered many chartbusters namely, Dil Chori and Chote Chote Peg, This Party Is Over Now, Rangtaari to Shahid Kapoor-Kiara Advani, featuring single Urvashi Rautela. Yo Yo Honey Singh has conquered the Indian music industry with his exceptional music and inimitable style. The singing sensation has cast his magic spell all over again on the hearts of his fans and the fans are eagerly awaiting the release of his next with even 2019 being a year if hits and glitz.Yo Yo Honey Singh has many projects lined up along with his new track and with this new track coming back, the audience is even more excited for his upcoming rhythmic line-up. From movies to singles, Yo Yo’s each number goes on to be a chart buster of all times and the fans cannot wait.
Donald TrumpUS President Donald Trump’s Indonesian business partner has been questioned by police over alleged threats against a public prosecutor, officials said Friday.Hary Tanoesoedibjo, a media and property mogul who is building two Trump Organization hotel projects, was summoned as a suspect Friday after an investigation was issued against him in June, a police spokesman said.The 51-year-old business tycoon and politician is being named a suspect after police charged him with violating the electronic information and transaction law.”Today is actually the second time we have summoned Hary Tanoesoedibjo. We have summoned him before but at that time his lawyer said he couldn’t show up,” national police spokesman Setyo Wasisto said.The billionaire was reported to police by an attorney named Yulianto, who like many Indonesians goes by one name.Yulianto claimed Tanoesoedibyo had threatened him via text messages in January 2016.The attorney was handling a graft case which involved Mobile-8 Telecom, a telecommunication company owned by Tanoesoedibyo.Tanoesoedibyo’s lawyer, Hotman Paris Hutapea, denied the messages were threats.”As humans we know what would be considered as threats and what not. What he said is something all politicians do,” Hutapea told AFP.Tanoesoedibyo’s company is in the process of building two luxury resorts in Indonesia which would be managed by Trump Hotels.The resorts are planned to be built on the popular tourist island of Bali and in Lido, West Java, just a couple of hours away from capital Jakarta. Construction on the hotels has not yet begun.Tanoesoedibyo attended the US president’s inauguration in January, and described Trump’s win as inspiring.Tanoesoedibyo is now banned from travelling abroad for the next six months, a spokesman of the immigration office told AFP, and if found guilty could be jailed for four years maximum.The billionaire ran in Indonesia’s 2014 election as candidate for vice president but failed to make it to the final round with his running mate.He later founded his own political party with many speculating he might run in the 2019 presidential election.
Sondra Phillips-Gilbert is a second term commissioner for the Rosedale Community,A new housing developments being built in Northeast, D.C. is raising concerns for members of the community, according an advisory neighborhood commissioner for Ward 6.Sondra Phillips-Gilbert is a second term commissioner for the Rosedale community that is located east of the H Street Corridor and northeast of Capitol Hill.“The fear of the community is we are being pushed out,” she told the AFRO, explaining that new construction in the community, specifically the Benning Road apartment building that will take the place of Trinidad Baptist Church, will displace several residents. “A lot of people are going to be uprooted.”According to Phillips-Gilbert, Trinidad Baptist Church, which is across the street from Hechinger Mall, sold the building and now Valor Development is building a 10-story apartment complex in its place.The development date is scheduled for 2018 for what Valor Development has named The Valvaere. According to the company’s website, the Benning Road building will have 285 units.The major concern for current residents is whether the new development will include affordable housing that can apply with their budgets. The subsidized housing being offered is too expensive for current neighbors, according to Phillips-Gilbert, who said many low income people will be forced to move because they won’t be able to afford to live in the area anymore.She said she met with the developers at multiple ANC meetings, and asked if Valor Development would consider reducing the cost so current community members could afford to live at Valvaere.According to Felipe Serpa, a development manager from Valor Development, the company bases their rates off of the affordable housing numbers that the city council produces and regulates.Out of the projected 285 units, Serpa told the AFRO April 18 that they plan to make 20 to 23 units inclusionary zoning, which is based off of the area’s median income that is used to calculate subsidiary rents for future occupants.As of now, people making less than half of the area’s median income would have to pay $1,024 for a one bedroom unit and $1,229 for a two bedroom unit. Future occupants making around 80 percent of the area’s median income would have to pay $1,638 for a one bedroom unit and would pay $1,966 for a two bedroom, according to city guidelines.Serpa said the prices are subject to change because the company is three years out from actual developing the residence. The remaining units will be priced at market rent, he said.“The truth of the matter is development is going on all over the city,” Phillips-Gilbert said. “The areas where you find a lot of low income people are gold mines for developers.”“Money talks andpeople look up and they don’t have homes,” she said. Philips-Gilbert said a solution to the problem would be for the government to create laws that lower the affordable housing rates and ensure that businesses and developers follow the rates appropriately.“Somebody has to lookout for the little person because a lot of times no one cares about the poor,” she said.
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