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Nine neighbourhoods with water woes in Grand Turk Vandals strike again

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, November 11, 2016 – Vandals have caused at least nine communities in Grand Turk to be with limited to no water supply until the problem is fixed.   Again, a completely thoughtless person or group of people are believed behind the destruction of the water main, which is located in the Breezy Brae district.The damage caused is characterized as major and this was not the first time.  While Public Works says it will fix the issue, there is less clarity on whether there is security in the area especially as this was not the first time for vandals to strike.Vandalism of government property in islands like Grand Turk has been a problem in recent years; extremely expensive to the public purse – delaying the South Caicos Airport; forcing vehicle repairs and replacements and in arguably the worst case, the intentional torching of HJ Robinson High school is costing us $2 million to rebuild after a fire ravaged the Principal’s block in January. Related Items:last_img read more

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STUDENT SPOTLIGHT 3 Wilmington Students Named To Deans List At Saint Anselm College

first_imgMANCHESTER, NH — Mark W. Cronin, Dean of Saint Anselm College, has announced that the following Wilmington students have been named to the school’s Dean’s List for the Fall 2018 semester:Katelyn Ardito, Class of 2022, PsychologyVanessa D’Angelo, Class of 2020, Criminal JusticeCaitlin Ferreira, Class of 2020, NursingTo be eligible for this honor, a student must have achieved a Grade Point Average of 3.0 or better in a semester with at least 16 credits of study which award a letter grade.About Saint Anselm CollegeFounded in 1889, Saint Anselm College is a four-year liberal arts college providing a 21st century education in the Catholic, Benedictine tradition. Located in southern New Hampshire, near Boston and the seacoast, Saint Anselm is well known for its strong liberal arts and nursing programs, the New Hampshire Institute of Politics and a vibrant culture of community services. For more information, visit http://www.anslem.edu.(NOTE: The above announcement is from Saint Anselm College.)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 wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedSTUDENT SPOTLIGHT: 3 Wilmington Students Named To Dean’s List At Saint Anselm CollegeIn “Education”3 Wilmington Students Named To Dean’s List At Saint Anselm CollegeIn “Education”STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Wilmington’s Donnell, Ferreira & Roche Named To Dean’s List At Saint Anselm CollegeIn “Education”last_img read more

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PNB Housing Finance IPO Indias fifthlargest home loan firm eyes expansion

first_imgPNB Housing Finance, which is on course with its Rs. 2,500 crore, initial public offering (IPO), is planning to widen its footprint from a predominantly North India-based business to smaller towns and cities.Currently, the company generates a substantial portion of its revenues from Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh and Chandigarh, which accounted for about 40 percent of its total loan portfolio as of March 31, 2016, according to its draft prospectus.The expansion from these states will see the fifth-largest Indian home loan company venture into areas with comparatively lower population. The company had opened new branches in Vishakapatnam, Vijaywada, Hyderabad, Nasik, Surat, Thrissur, Vadodara, Bhiwadi and Faridabad during the financial year 2015-16 and wants to continue with the game plan.”We want to build our footprint pan-India. At present, we have 48 branches at 28 locations. There are at least 60 more locations that have a population of more than 8-9 million. So, that is our aim to go with,” Sanjaya Gupta, MD, PNB Housing Finance, told PTI.To cash in on the opportunities in the low and middle-income segment, the company launched a scheme called “Unnati” in April this year.”The beneficiaries of ‘Unnati’ Loan Scheme will be individuals residing in peripheries of Tier I cities as well as those in living in Tier II and III cities. ‘Unnati’ home loans can be availed by the salaried and self-employed professionals for a loan amount of up to INR 25 lacs. Customer can take loan up to 90% of the property’s market value. These loans are being offered at interest rates starting at 10.50% p.a. It also offers the option of fixed rate for 3, 5 and 10 years that will shield the customer from market fluctuations,” the company said in a statement.PNB Housing Finance also has plans to look at the lucrative non-resident Indian (NRI) population in West Asia (Middle East). “We will focus on the NRI market. We will work on that. Maybe in the Middle-East, the economies are stable, when we look at opening branches there,” he told the agency.PNB Housing Finance, in which Punjab National Bank holds 51 percent stake, earned net profit of Rs. 326 crore on total income of Rs. 2,697 crore for the financial year 2015-16. The rest of the stake is held by Quality Holding Investments (owned by Carlyle Group).Kotak Mahindra Capital Company Limited, DSP Merrill Lynch Limited, JM Financial Institutional Securities Limited, J.P. Morgan India Private Limited and Morgan Stanley India Company Private Limited are the global coordinators and book running lead managers to the issue.PNB Housing Finance expects to complete all the formalities in the next two-three months.”We have already filed the draft red herring prospectus (DRHP). We are expecting the first-level queries by third week of July or first week of August. We will be quick to respond to the queries of Sebi. My guess is that by the end of August, we should have the IPO card and start roadshows in September-October,” Gupta said.On Monday, Punjab National Bank shares closed at Rs. 130.15 apiece, up 8.23 percent from its previous close, on the Bombay Stock Exchange.last_img read more

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Disclose names of Swiss bank depositors Khaleda

first_imgBNP chairperson Khaleda Zia inaugurates BNP’s countrywide member collection campaign, at her Gulshan office on Saturday. Photo: BNPBangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) chairperson Khaleda Zia on Saturday asked the government to make public the names of those who have deposited money in Swiss banks.“Some Tk 55 billion (Tk 5,500 crore) has been siphoned out of the country this year. Bangladesh is said to be a poor country whereas its people keep money in Swiss banks. Whose money is this? We must know their names,” said Khaleda while inaugurating BNP’s countrywide member collection campaign, at her Gulshan office.“I want to know who have kept money in the Swiss banks. We should know who has kept how much in the Swiss banks. Although this [Bangladesh Awami League] government is illegal, I want to know from them who are the owners of this money?” said KhaledaAlso former prime minister, Khaleda said she wanted to know the names of those who have kept the money in Swiss bank with the amount of money.She also alleged that the number of unemployed youths is increasing in the country.“Given the situation in the country, there will be no investment – neither foreign nor local. And if the investment does not happen, job opportunities will not be created.”Read more: Bangladeshis’ deposits with Swiss banks surgelast_img read more

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More than enough local cattle are there for Eid

first_imgThere are more than enough locally-reared cattle in the country to meet the huge demand for sacrificial animals during the Eid-ul-Azha this time, reports UNB. The department of livestock services (DLS) said 577,416 commercial farms and farmers have around 11788,563 sacrificial animals ready against a demand for 11000,000. “It’ll be a win-win situation for the cattle farmers and buyers as there’s a surplus stock of sacrificial animals while cattle inflow from India declined significantly,” said DLS director general Hiresh Ranjan Bhowmik. He urged the Border Guard Bangladesh (BGB) to stop cattle smuggling from India to ensure the fair prices of animals and thus encourage the cattle farmers to boost the local production further. UNB correspondents from frontier districts said cattle inflow from neighbouring India is very low this time. However, cattle import from Myanmar has marked a rise due to cheaper prices. Bhowmik said around 10.4 million cattle, including 3.8 million cows, were slaughtered during the last Eid-ul-Azha. He said around 11 million cattle, including over 4.2 million cows, are likely to be slaughtered during this eid as the demand for sacrificial animals may rise by five percent. “Over 700,000 cattle will remain surplus after meeting the eid demand.” This year, the DLS DG said, 4582,000 cows and buffalos, and 7206,563 animals have been made ready. A DLS official, wishing anonymity, said the cattle stock was better last year. “The number of surplus cattle was one million last year,” the official said. “About a million animals were brought in from neighbouring countries.” Low Indian cattle inflow One of the reasons for the drop in cattle inflow is the intensification of patrol along the Bangladesh-Indian border. UNB Jashore correspondent reports that the import of Indian cattle through both legal and illegal channels is very low this time unlike previous years. Navaron corridor officials in Sarsha upazila said only 99 cows and five goats were imported legally in July. “On average, 20-22 cattle are being imported each week through Goga and Putkhali border points,” said Anjuman Ara Begum, customs revenue officer-in-charge at Navaron Customs Corridor.Jashore district livestock officer Bhabtosh Kanti Sarkar said 70,600 cattle have been raised at 5,800 farms in the district. The local demand for sacrificial animal is around 63,000. Khulna-21 BGB Battalion chief Imran Ullah Sarkar said they have intensified patrol to prevent cattle smuggling. The scenario is the same in Sylhet. Abul Kashem, deputy director of Sylhet division’s divisional livestock office, said over 35,000 farms have prepared around 221,000 cattle for the Eid. “It’s way more than the local demand,” he said. In Cumilla, farmers have reared around 320,000 cows to meet the demand for sacrificial animals. As supply of cattle from India remained at a minimum, district livestock officer Nazrul Islam said he hoped farmers would get fair prices. According to UNB Chapainawabganj correspondent, the cattle inflow from India, both legally and illegally, has dropped significantly this year. Livestock officer Ananda Kumar Odhikari said it was because of strict monitoring by border guards. Through Thakurgaon, a very small number of cattle is entering the country illegally. Thakurgaon BGB-50 Battalion chief Sami-un-Nabi said both the BGB and BSF are on high alert to prevent cattle smuggling from India ahead of Eid.”So far, we don’t have any information about cattle inflow from India. But a very insignificant number of cattle may still be smuggled in. We’re intensifying our surveillance,” he said. UNB correspondents from Rajhshai, Rangpur, Dinajpur and Kurigram said the situation was similar in their areas.However, the inflow of sacrificial animals from Myanmar through Teknaf border has marked a sharp rise in recent days. Teknaf customs office M Foyez Uddain said 5,310 cows from Myanmar were brought in legally in the last three days. “Over 25,000 more cattle may be imported from Myanmar before the Eid,” he said. Mohammad Faisal Hasan Khan, commanding officer of BGB Teknaf-2, said cattle import from Myanmar has increased as there is no tension along the border. “We’re supervising the cattle import activities,” he said.Giasuddin, one of the major cattle importers from Myanmar, said the price of cattle is lower in Myanmar than the last year. “Each cow is costing us Tk 8,000-10,000 less than the previous year,” he said.last_img read more

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