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Gaining High Returns With Real Estate Investment In Mumbai Sep 24

Gaining High Returns with Real Estate Investment in Mumbai

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The real estate investment in Mumbai is in great demand and has risen greatly. Some of the major reasons for this rise include the favourable location of this city and high investment returns from the properties. Also, known as the financial capital of India, the city is witnessing a record rise in the property prices. Today, the real estate prices here are at par with the highest property prices in the world. The property developers in this city are also investing huge amounts in the residential as well as commercial properties with a great gusto. However, investing in a property in Mumbai is quite a difficult job and one needs to study the different aspects of real estate while buying a property.

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Good real estate developments are often categorized on the basis of the developer, the locality of that particular project, the amenities offered, and the area of the apartment. All these things together make a property worth buying. Now, let us take a look at some of the important aspects that will help you in buying a home for yourself. One of the primary things people must look into while buying a home is the developer who is promoting that property. It is highly recommended that people must buy properties in Mumbai from prominent developers. The major reason for choosing well-known developers is that they are experts and offer you the best. Hence, make sure you only select the developers who are renowned and possess enormous experience in the real estate developments.

Another important aspect to consider while searching for a real estate investment in Mumbai is the locality in which you are looking forward to buying your home. Once you are sure about the locality, start searching for properties in that area. People looking to buy properties as an investment should prefer luxurious projects over the ordinary. The flourishing plush projects in Mumbai are gaining great demands and are highly recommended as an investment option. However, very few builders today are able to develop luxurious apartments that too with an international standard. Therefore, make sure you choose only the projects developed by experienced and well-known builders in Mumbai.

One of the recommendations for the real estate investment in Mumbai is the projects by Oberoi Realty. Oberoi Realty is the most prominent developer in India, and is eminent for developing high-end luxurious homes. This developer has thirty years of experience in developing premium quality projects. Their expert engineers, architects, and designers have proved that they are the best in developing discrete projects which would leave you spellbound. Some of the magnificent properties in Mumbai by Oberoi Realty include Oberoi Woods, Oberoi Exquisite, Oberoi Springs, Oberoi Splendor, Beachwood House, Oberoi Crest, etc. Taking a look at these properties would give you an idea about the actual feel of living in these paradises.

Oberoi Realty s lavish projects have not only charmed the Indian buyers but also have made a mark internationally. Therefore, if you are really interested in property investments in Mumbai, properties by Oberoi Realty would definitely give you outstanding returns.Oberoi Realty is the most prominent developer in India, and is eminent for developing high-end luxurious homes. This developer has thirty years of experience in developing premium quality projects.Article Source: ArticleRich.com

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South Gippsland, Australia local council candidate Sue Plowright speaks with Wikinews about environment, education, and other local issues
Sep 24

Saturday, September 4, 2021

Since June 2019, the people of South Gippsland Shire, located at the southernmost tip of Australia, have been without a local council, after a state government inquiry found “high levels of tension” within the council. Administrators were appointed by the Victorian state government in July 2019, who have governed the shire since then. However, South Gippsland’s council is scheduled to be restored with an election to be held via post from October 5-22, 2021.

Wikinews interviewed one of the candidates standing in this election, Sue Plowright. She is an independent contesting the Coastal-Promontory ward, which covers towns such as Venus Bay, Waratah Bay, Yanakie, Foster, Port Welshpool, and Toora. The Coastal-Promontory Ward elects three councillors to the South Gippsland Shire Council.

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Spanish football captain dies at 26
Sep 23

Saturday, August 8, 2009

Dani Jarque, the Captain of the Spanish football team Espanyol, has died from a heart attack at the age of 26.

Jarque was practicing during pre-season training at Coverciano in Italy earlier in the day. He was staying in the team hotel ahead of a match planned for Sunday against Bolonia.

Jarque was sharing a room with another player, Ferran Corominas who says Jarque was talking to his girlfriend when he went to dinner on Saturday night. When Jarque fell silent over the phone, his girlfriend called the hotel who alerted Corminas. He then went back to the hotel room and found Jarque unconscious. Although he was taken to a local hospital, all efforts to revive him were unsuccessful.

“The doctor carried out CPR on the player and used a defibrillator, which showed that the arrest was non responsive. RCD Espanyol, broken with pain, wish to put themselves at the absolute disposition of the family of our captain Dani Jarque, to whom go our warmest thoughts,” said the team in a statement to the press. The team has canceled their planned practices in Italy and will return to Spain.

Jarque had been named captain of the side last July, replacing Raúl Tamudo. He joined team Espanyol at the young age of 12 and played his first match in 2002.

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Plumbing Contractors In Forest Park Are Ready For Your Call Sep 22

byAlma Abell

There is no mess like the mess that is created when there are plumbing problems. Whether it’s a clogged drain, a broken supply line, or a bad faucet, it’s not going to be pretty and you need it fixed as soon as possible. These are the times when you can be thankful for 24-hour Plumbing Contractors Forest Park. They can be on their way quickly with the tools, training and expertise necessary to handle almost any plumbing issue you may have and they are licensed, bonded, and insured.

Above and beyond fixing the clogs, leaks, and fixture problems, a plumbing contractors in Forest Park these days has to have a wide range of skills, experience, and product knowledge. A plumber needs the know-how to take advantage of the technological advances in his field. He has to be as comfortable with hydro-jetting equipment and remote video cameras as he is with a pipe wrench. He also needs to know how to consult with a client whose water heater just bit the dust, and what kind of replacement unit would be most appropriate for his needs.

One of the best services Plumbing Contractors Forest Park can offer is a planned maintenance agreement. This can offer you a number of ways to save money. First of all, since it will entail a regular thorough inspection of your entire plumbing system, it will help spot any potential problems that may be developing before they actually get to be emergencies. Maintenance inspections and tune ups of your water heater will keep it running at peak efficiency year round, which can mean a big savings in energy. There are also other benefits of enrolling in these plans; you will become a priority customer, you will receive discounts on any repairs you may need, and these inspections can keep any extended warranties in effect.

The plumbing industry has grown by leaps and bounds, with the introduction of new materials, tools, and techniques; a highly-trained plumbing professional needs to devote a fair amount of his time to just keeping up with advancements. The plumber who responds to your call will have a wide variety of skill and expertise to draw on in order to fix your plumbing issues, and Hammond Services is standing by to make sure your problems are handled quickly, efficiently, and professionally. Click here for more information.

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Thousands take to streets protesting ‘ratbag’s Bedroom Tax
Sep 18

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Demonstrations took place across the UK over the holiday weekend, echoing the message personally delivered to Iain Duncan Smith at a Capita-sponsored talk last week. Chants of “Axe, axe, axe the bedroom tax” could be clearly heard throughout Edinburgh’s demonstration. At the end of his minute-long tirade at the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, Willie Black labelled Duncan Smith a “ratbag”; several people turned up with this printed on their tee shirts.

Wikinews photographed the march from Edinburgh’s St. Andrew’s Square to the Scottish Parliament. Various estimates put the number in-attendance between 1,200 and 1,600.

Other protests took place in London, with an estimated 1,000 at Trafalgar Square and Downing street. Glasgow saw around 2,500 take to the streets. Those demonstrating equated the package of changes that see benefit rises at a below-inflation 1%, and housing benefit cut by 14% for those with one spare room, 25% if they have two or more spare rooms, with the ‘poll tax’ which saw riots in England during Margaret Thatcher’s time as Prime Minister.

Head of the UK’s National Housing Federation David Orr commented: “It’s bad policy, it’s bad economics, it’s bad for hundreds of thousands of ordinary people whose lives will be made difficult for no benefit — and I think it’s about to become profoundly bad politics.”

With the policy coming into effect now, protesters are intent on a “can’t pay, won’t pay” civil disobedience campaign.

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Cyprus and Malta adopt the euro
Sep 18

Tuesday, January 1, 2008

Today at midnight, the Republic of Cyprus and the Republic of Malta, both small island states in the Mediterranean and former British colonies, adopted the euro as their official currency; less than four years after their accession to the European Union. Because Cyprus and Malta are in different time zones, Cyprus adopted the euro one hour before Malta did the same. In both countries the euro was welcomed with outdoor celebrations, including a fireworks display in Malta’s capital Valletta. According to the BBC Cypriot Finance Minister Michalis Sarris has said the euro “will benefit consumers and businesses alike because of the eurozone’s low inflation, low interest rates and large market.”

The BBC reports that Cypriot and Maltese leaders “made symbolic withdrawals of euros from cash machines just minutes into the New Year.” TIME reports that Maltese Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi had to wait a little while before getting his hands on the new currency because “an automated teller machine did not work when Gonzi tried to withdraw euros, and he was obliged to use a different ATM.”

The Cypriot pound (CYP) and the Maltese lira (MTL) will remain in use during a dual circulation period that will last until the end of this month, at which point they will cease to be legal tender. However, it will still be possible to exchange them for Euro free of charge after the end of this period. Commercial banks in Cyprus will exchange Cypriot pounds for Euro until 30 June, but only for amounts up to CYP 1000 per customer and per transaction in banknotes and up to CYP 5O in coins. The Central Bank of Cyprus will exchange coins until the end of 2009 and banknotes until the end of 2017. Maltese commercial banks will exchange Maltese lira for Euro until the end of March, with a limit for non-customers of MTL 250, whereas the Central Bank of Malta will exchange coins until 1 February 2010 and banknotes until 1 February 2018.

We’re sorry to say goodbye to our pound but happy to welcome the euro.

The single currency has replaced the Cypriot pound and the Maltese lira at a rate of one euro to 0.585274 Cypriot pound and 0.4293 to the Maltese lira, or 1.71 euro per Cypriot pound and 2.33 per Maltese lira. This conversion rate had been fixed on 10 July 2007 by Ecofin, the council comprising the finance ministers of the EU Member States.

Today with the adoption of the Euro, Cyprus and Malta have become even more integrated in the heart of the European Union, less than four years after they joined the EU.

Cyprus and Malta are the 14th and the 15th country to join the Eurozone, which already includes Austria, Belgium, the Netherlands, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Portugal, Spain, Greece and Slovenia. All EU Member States are required to join the Eurozone once certain conditions are fulfilled, except Denmark and the United Kingdom which have negotiated a so-called opt-out that allows them not to adopt the single currency.

The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, the de facto independent Turkish-controlled area in the north of Cyprus, will not join the Eurozone. Northern Cyprus is not part of the European Union and is recognised only by Turkey. As a result, the Turkish lira will remain the official currency in the north of the island; however, TIME reports that “many Turkish Cypriot merchants will also accept euros along with Turkish lira.” Cypriot Euro coins are inscribed in both Greek and Turkish.

The euro will also be legal tender in the Sovereign Base Areas, British military bases in Cyprus.

The national sides of the Cypriot Euro coins feature three separate designs for the three series of coins. The 1, 2 and 5-cent coins feature the mouflon, or wild sheep, the 10, 20 and 50-cent coins feature the Kyrenia ship, the wreck of a 4th century BC Greek merchant ship discovered in 1967 and salvaged closed to Kyrenia, and the €1 and €2 coins feature the Idol of Pomos, a prehistoric sculpture from the village of Pomos, three national symbols of Cyprus. The designs were jointly created by Tatiana Soteropoulos and Erik Maell.

The Maltese euro coins’ national sides will also feature national motifs. The 1, 2 and 5-cent coins will feature the altar of the Mnajdra temple grouping, a complex of three Neolithic temples on the southern coast of Malta and one of the oldest free-standing temple groupings in the world, the 10, 20 and 50-cent coins will feature the Coat of Arms of Malta, and the €1 and €2 coins will bear the Maltese cross, a symbol associated with an order of Christian warriors known as the Knights Hospitaller or Knights of Malta, which was based on Malta for more than 250 years after they had been given the islands by Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor. The designs of Maltese engraver Noel Galea Bason were selected after two rounds of public consultations in which people were invited to vote via SMS.

Both Cyprus and Malta have taken a number of steps to address fears of undue price rises. 7,130 Cypriot companies have subscribed to a Fair Pricing Code launched by the authorities and the Cypriot government urged companies to round their prices down. In Malta, the FAIR initiative, a fair pricing scheme, was put in place in January 2007. This scheme, which provides for administrative fines for those failing to respect their commitment, now involves 80% of all retail outlets. Malta, according to the BBC, has also signed 12 price stabilisation agreements with importers, which will last until March 2008.

In both countries, the authorities will monitor retailers to ensure they do not exploit the changeover for unfair gain by rounding up their prices, contributing to inflation.

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How To Smack Down The Common Symptoms Of Heartburn Gerd Sep 17

By Walt Brown

The anguish from heartburn that happens with folks who endure the symptoms from GERD (gastroesophageal reflux disease) is occasionally so terrible that a heart attack is suspected. The pain emanates from stomach acids being pushed back up the esophagus and into the throat. Because the esophagus is in the chest area between the lungs, the acid stirs up the esophagus and causes pain, sometimes so excruciating that it is logical for those suffering from GERD to mistakenly believe they are having a heart attack. That is very traumatic and disturbing.

Most common symptoms of GERD heartburn come about after a individual has a meal. For a lot of people, heartburn is a trouble they have to address with for their entire lifespan. There is generally a period of time where it repeatedly happens or the intensity increases and this can happen for weeks or months prior to the attacks and the intensity goes away or is reduced.

Other elements that lead to acid reflux and the most common symptoms of GERD heartburn include the amount and the type of liquids that reflux from the stomach into the esophagus, the stomach not operating normally while in the vacating process and the esophagus not clearing away properly. Occasionally the band of muscle located around the lower end of the esophagus doesn’t open and close at the suitable times or individual saliva is not properly neutralizing stomach acid.

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Representative Heartburn Symptoms

Heartburn happens in back of the heart therefore the term heartburn. People having common symptoms of GERD heartburn may have to manage with food and liquid moving up from their stomach and into their throat and at times to their mouth. They generally feel a bitter taste in their mouth when this happens. Other common symptoms of GERD heartburn include belching, temporarily loosing the ability to speak, a prolonged cough and problems swallowing. Heartburn is generally not considered to be a serious condition, however for people who have persistent heartburn or terrible heartburn, health troubles can happen.

Heartburn Medications

Antacids are for sales that are efficient in neutralizing stomach acid and bringing down the common symptoms of GERD heartburn. All the same, antacids are not really successful at assisting people who have serious heartburn. Ask your physician about the class of drugs that act to preclude acid reflux from happening. Theses medications function by increasing the tautness on the barrier between your esophagus and stomach, while a few are configured to ameliorate the body’s capability of evacuating the stomach fluids.

Listen closely. Your physician is your first line of defense against GERD heartburn. Physicians acquainted with this morbid malady know that reducing the acid in your stomach will alleviate the pain in your chest. There are many over-the-counter antacid medications that are available, but don’t try and guess which ones are best from watching the television commercials. Consult a physician who can sort out the various medications available and select the best one for you based upon diagnostic tests. Guessing is not an option here. Your health is paramount here. You may need a higher dosage than is available over-the-counter at your local pharmacy.

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Ousted PM Thaksin bemoans freezing of Swiss assets
Sep 14

Thursday, September 6, 2007

Following on from the seizure of US$1.5 billion in former Thailand Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra’s Thai bank accounts, the ousted PM is claiming assets in Swiss bank accounts have been frozen.

When queried, the Swiss embassy in Bangkok said that there had been no request for an asset freeze, and that such action would only take place in the event of a successful prosecution.

Thaskin was removed from power in September, 2006 by Thailand’s military in a bloodless coup and was accused of corruption. Aside from having his Thai accounts frozen, Thaskin is the subject of arrest warrants in Thailand for “official misconduct”; charges that he denies. “Neither my family nor I has done anything illegal,” Thaskin said in a newspaper interview. “It is defamation.”

On the reputation of Swiss banking discretion, Thaskin was critical. “Good old bank secrecy is no more,” he commented. “Absolute discretion is a thing of the past.”

The ex-premier currently resides in the United Kingdom where he has purchased Manchester City football club for £81 million.

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Low Rate Home Equity Loan Tips For Getting The Lowest Rate Sep 12

By Carrie Reeder

Interest rates for home equity loans vary. Those with a high credit rating can expect prime rates, whereas those with a few credit problems are charged slightly higher rates for a home equity loan. With any sort of loan, getting a low rate is important. Fortunately, there are things a homeowner can do to increase the likelihood of getting a low rate on their home equity loan.

Understand How Credit Scores Affects Loan Interest Rates

The primary tool lenders use to determine a suitable interest rate is our credit scores. This three digit number plays a huge role. Sadly, many do not recognize the importance of maintaining a good credit history. True, many lenders offer home equity loans to people with bad credit. Thus, good credit is not mandatory. Still, better credit ratings equal lower interest rates. Those with lower rates save money.

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Improving credit rating is not hard. There are three key factors to keep in mind. Keep credit card balances low. Make regular payments to creditors. Lastly, avoid skipped or missed payments. Even with an excessive amount of debt, it is possible to maintain a positive credit rating by agreeing to the following three.

Apply for a Home Equity Loan with Existing Mortgage Lender

When looking for a home equity loan, you can choose any lender. In some cases, your existing lender may offer an acceptable low rate. Before beginning your search, contact the lender and request a no-obligation quote. Mortgage lenders hate to lose business. If you are a customer with a good payment history, the lender will likely bend over backwards to keep your business.

Shop Around and Make Loan Comparisons

Your existing mortgage lender may or may not offer the lowest rate. Before choosing a lender, request additional quotes from other home equity lenders. Quotes are necessary because they offer estimated interest rates, loan terms, and monthly payments. This way, you do not accept a loan blindly. Once you obtain three or four quotes, compare all loan offers. Finally, pick the offer with the lowest interest rate. The last step involves submitting a formal application

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