Omar Abdullah, Mehbooba Mufti slam Centre for lifting restrictions on J K land sale



Omar Abdullah, Mehbooba Mufti looking at the camera


National Conference leader Omar Abdullah and People’s Democratic Party chief Mehbooba Mufti on Tuesday condemned the Centre’s decision to delimit sale of non-agricultural land in Jammu and Kashmir.

The Centre has announced new rules that allow any Indian citizen to buy land in Jammu and Kashmir. As per the notification issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs, no domicile or permanent resident certificate is required for purchasing non-agricultural land in Jammu and Kashmir. However, agricultural land can only be purchased by agriculturalists or people engaged in farm-related activities.

Not acceptable: Omar Abdullah

Speaking to India Today TV, NC leader Omar Abdullah said that the new land laws were unacceptable.

“They are intended to change the demography of this place,” Omar Abdullah said.

The NC leader claimed that the new land laws were created because the BJP cannot tolerate a Muslim majority state in the country

“Why should the army

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Pueblo West Metro Board agrees to amend Soccer Haus land sale

The Pueblo West Metro district board on Monday agreed to amend a purchase and sale agreement with Soccer Haus Management Company to add an additional two acres of land to enable the indoor sports and recreation complex to move forward.

The board initially approved sale of a 5-acre site of district property for $87,000 in April 2019. The board added two acres to the site for a total of 7 acres to enable Colorado-Springs based Soccer Haus owners Brett and John Riding to meet the needs of additional requirements placed on them by Pueblo County.

The proposed 65,000 square foot Pueblo West Haus will be located near the corner of McCulloch Boulevard and Assembly Drive diagonal from Big R and north of Walmart. The business is expected to provide more than 35 jobs and inject an estimated $500,000 of spending in the Pueblo West community due to economic growth.

“Due

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Schools for sale: KISD board to discuss selling property at Tuesday’s meeting | Education

At Tuesday’s meeting of the Killeen Independent School District board of trustees, the board members and district administration are scheduled to discuss the possible sale of real estate property within the district, including some schools that are in the process of closing down.

The properties that will be discussed include:

West Ward Elementary School, 709 W. Dean Ave., Killeen

Fairway Middle School (Including Adjacent 1.8 Acre Parcel), 701 Whitlow Drive, Killeen

The old Clifton Park Elementary School, 2200 Trimmier Road, Killeen

Bellaire Elementary School, 108 W. Jasper Drive, Killeen

Clifton Park, West Ward and Bellaire are still in use as schools, but will be closing down at the end of the school year as newly built campuses open up.

The district has previously tried to sell the Fairway Middle School property, but did not accept any of the bids for the school built in 1952.

The Bell County Tax Appraisal

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Work begins on prime West Shore land in Tampa, then is shut down

TAMPA – The rattlesnakes were the tip-off.

Just as the redevelopment of a prime tract on S West Shore Boulevard finally got underway this fall, the clearing of trees and dense overgrowth sent snakes slithering across the busy street and into nearby yards. City inspectors sent out to investigate quickly issued a “stop work” order and now the Isles at Old Tampa Bay is on hold.

“We have city approved plans for our scope of work, but inadvertently did not secure the required permits to implement the approved plans,” said a statement from the developers, Tampa-based DeBartolo Development and Avanti Properties Group of Winter Park. “We are currently working with the city to acquire permits needed to continue work on the property.”

But the unpermitted work has left a desolate landscape where irreplaceable grand oaks stood until a few weeks ago.

“It’s really just a tragedy and it’s going to

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Real estate investors leave cities for countryside to start homestays

A new movement has arisen among real estate investors amid the pandemic – leaving large cities for the countryside where they open a homestay or farmstay to meet people’s demand to be close to nature.

Nguyen Thu Hang in Hanoi never thought that she would buy land in the countryside. But she changed her mind after she learned about homestays and realized that she would be able to earn money with the business model.

With VND1.5 billion in hand, Hang initially planned to buy an apartment in Hanoi for lease. However, because of Covid-19, there have been no tenants.

With this amount of money, she can buy a large land plot in the countryside with beautiful landscape to develop tourism services. She intends to provide services under the ‘farmstay’ model, i.e tourists can stay and experience production and daily life activities in rural areas.

Tran Thanh Hai (Lang Ha, Hanoi)

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FCPT Announces Acquisition of Dual-Tenant Panera Bread / AT&T Property for $2.6 million

MILL VALLEY, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–
Four Corners Property Trust (NYSE:FCPT), a real estate investment trust engaged in the ownership of high-quality, net-leased restaurant properties (“FCPT” or the “Company”), is pleased to announce the acquisition of a dual-tenant property for $2.6 million. The property is occupied by a corporate-operated Panera Bread and a corporate-operated AT&T (NYSE: T). Each tenant is subject to a separate net lease with approximately nine years of weighted average term remaining. The property is located in Indiana. The transaction was priced at a 6.8% going-in cash cap rate, after property management expenses and exclusive of transaction costs.

About FCPT

FCPT, headquartered in Mill Valley, CA, is a real estate investment trust primarily engaged in the acquisition and leasing of restaurant properties. The Company seeks to grow its portfolio by acquiring additional real estate to lease, on a net basis, for use in the restaurant

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US Announces Planned $2.37 Billion Weapon Sale to Taiwan | Political News

By ROBERT BURNS, AP National Security Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration on Monday notified Congress of plans for a $2.37 billion sale of Harpoon missile systems to Taiwan just hours after Beijing announced sanctions on U.S. defense contractors, including Boeing, the lead contractor on the Harpoon deal.

“The United States maintains an abiding interest in peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait and considers the security of Taiwan central to the security and stability of the broader Indo-Pacific region,” the State Department said. It said the sale would not alter the military balance in the region.

Harpoon missiles are capable of striking ships and land targets. Boeing says the missile uses GPS-aided inertial navigation and delivers a 500-pound blast warhead. It can target coastal defense sites, surface-to-air missile sites, exposed aircraft, ships in port, and port and industrial facilities.

Earlier Monday, China said it was imposing sanctions on

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Republican Land Commissioner George P. Bush considers run for Texas attorney general

AUSTIN — Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush is weighing a bid for attorney general, as the Republican currently in the job, Ken Paxton, faces new criminal accusations.



George P. Bush wearing a suit and tie: Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush waved to the crowd Thursday during the Texas Republican Convention at Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas.


© Vernon Bryant/Staff Photographer/The Dallas Morning News/TNS
Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush waved to the crowd Thursday during the Texas Republican Convention at Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas.

Several campaign donors have asked Bush to consider running in 2022, senior political advisor Ash Wright said. The Republican has not made a decision.

“Commissioner Bush has always said he will ‘keep all options open’ and that remains his policy,” Wright said in a statement. “Like many conservative leaders around the state, he is very concerned about these allegations regarding Paxton.”

Bush’s intentions were first reported on the conservative website Texas Scorecard.

If he does jump in, Bush will face a fight. Paxton is “absolutely planning on running again, is

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HAWKEYE Amends Bonanza Property Agreement

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / October 26, 2020 / HAWKEYE Gold & Diamond Inc. (the “Company” or “HAWKEYE”) (TSXV:HAWK)(Frankfurt:HGT) (WKN: A12A61 ISIN: CA42016R3027): is pleased to announce that it has entered into an Amendment No. 1 of Sale and Purchase Agreement (the “Amending Agreement”) with the vendor of the Company’s 100% owned Bonanza Property (the “Property”) to amend certain terms of the original Sale and Purchase Agreement (the “SAPA”) with the vendor dated January 16, 2017 (news release No. 261 – 2017). The 123.8 hectare Bonanza property is located approximately 110 kilometres northwest of Campbell River and 69 kilometres southeast of Port Hardy situated on the northern end of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

Under terms of the Amending Agreement, the vendor agreed to revise conditions relating to the area of interest and eliminate one of the two types of royalties payable to the vendor under terms of the SAPA

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Want to buy a haunted house? ‘World’s biggest ghost house’ is up for sale in Pa. for $16M: report

Considered to be the largest haunted house in the world, Lynnewood Hall is currently for sale – and it’s located in Elkins Park, Pa. This abandoned and decrepit 70,000 square-foot mansion is located approximately 13-miles north of Philadelphia.

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It was built between 1897 and 1900 and is the largest remaining example of Neoclassical Revival architecture from the Gilded Age, according to a report about haunted homes by Top Ten Real Estate Deals.

Built by industrialist and prolific art collector Peter A.B. Widener, the grand home even had a sad beginning. In 1896, while living on Broad Street in Philadelphia, Widener’s wife died on board the family’s yacht off the coast of Maine. While in mourning, Widener didn’t want to stay at the Philadelphia townhouse, and decided to build a “comfortable” home for him and his children.

The home, rumored to have cost Widener $8 million to build, had

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