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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Siglap Shopping Centre to go on collective sale for S$120 million

SINGAPORE: Siglap Shopping Centre will be put up for collective sale by public tender on Tuesday (Oct 27), with the reserve price for the freehold mixed-use site on East Coast Road set at S$120 million, marketing agent OrangeTee Advisory said on Monday.

Completed in around 1980, the three-storey development at 883 to 903A East Coast Road is made up of eight residential units and eight commercial units sitting on about 39,635 sq ft of land.

An adjoining plot (roughly 5,005 sq ft) of state land can be amalgamated with the site, subject to approval from authorities, to form a site with a combined area of about 44,640 sq ft.

Siglap Shopping Centre, not to be confused with the nearby Siglap Centre, is currently occupied by a variety of tenants including eateries and a pre-school.

The tender will close at 3pm on Dec 9.

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Kiwi Property puts $170m Palmerston North’s The Plaza Shopping Centre up for sale

One of the country’s biggest property owners, Kiwi Property, has put The Plaza Shopping Centre in Palmerston North up for sale

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One of the country’s biggest property owners, Kiwi Property, has put The Plaza Shopping Centre in Palmerston North up for sale

One of the country’s biggest property owners, Kiwi Property, has placed Palmerston North’s The Plaza Shopping Centre up for sale.

The news of the intention to sell The Plaza follows Kiwi Property marking down the value of its more than $3 billion property portfolio by $290 million in April with its regional shopping centres hardest hit by the Covid-19 restrictions.

The Plaza was valued at $170m on Kiwi Property’s books on March 31, 2020, $37m down on the year before. In 2018 Kiwi Property sold another big shopping centre, Porirua’s North City mall for $100m.

CBRE New Zealand has been appointed marketing agents for the sale of the Manawatu’s largest shopping centre, located at 84 The Square, Palmerston North.

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*Covid-19 disruption slashes the value of Kiwi

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Kiwi Property puts Palmerston North’s The Plaza Shopping Centre up for sale

One of the country’s biggest property owners, Kiwi Property, has put The Plaza Shopping Centre in Palmerston North up for sale

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One of the country’s biggest property owners, Kiwi Property, has put The Plaza Shopping Centre in Palmerston North up for sale

One of the country’s biggest property owners, Kiwi Property, has placed Palmerston North’s The Plaza Shopping Centre up for sale.

The news of the intention to sell The Plaza follows Kiwi Property marking down the value of its more than $3 billion property portfolio by $290 million in April with its regional shopping centres hardest hit by the Covid-19 restrictions.

The Plaza was valued at $170m on Kiwi Property’s books on March 31, 2020, $37m down on the year before.

CBRE New Zealand has been appointed marketing agents for the sale of the Manawatu’s largest shopping centre, located at 84 The Square, Palmerston North.

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*Covid-19 disruption slashes the value of Kiwi Property’s portfolio by almost $300m

*Big shopping centres’ owner cancels $55 million of dividends to

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Centre plans to sell 15% stake in Rail Vikas Nigam via offer for sale



text: The company, which was created as an arm of railways with the twin objectives of raising extra-budgetary resources and implementation of projects, posted a net profit of Rs 790 crore in FY20.


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The company, which was created as an arm of railways with the twin objectives of raising extra-budgetary resources and implementation of projects, posted a net profit of Rs 790 crore in FY20.

The Centre plans to sell 15% stake Rail Vikas Nigam (RVNL) worth Rs 600 crore at the current market prices via an offer for sale (OFS), the department of investment and public asset management (DIPAM) said on Monday, while inviting applications from the merchant bankers to manage the issue.

The Centre holds 87.84% of the equity in the company after disinvesting 12.16% through the public issue in April 2019. The company, which was created as an arm of railways with the twin objectives of raising extra-budgetary resources and implementation of projects, posted a net profit of Rs 790 crore in FY20.

The merchant banker will be required to undertake tasks related to

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Office condos in Watkins Centre to be auctioned | Business

MANCHESTER — Office space in the historic Watkins Centre building is going up for auction next month.

According to a listing from Williams & Williams Real Estate Auctions, nine individual office condominiums inside the multistory red brick building at 935 Main St. will be put up for sale to the highest bidder or bidders on Nov. 19. The units range in size from 805 square feet at the smallest to 6,256 square feet at the largest, and interested parties have the option of buying one, some, or all of the suites.

The Watkins condos were formerly used for medical offices. They are being sold “as is,” with no financing, inspection, or other contingencies to the sale.

“Buyers must conduct their own due diligence and investigation of each property to determine the suitability of each property prior to submitting a bid,” Williams & Williams wrote.

The units will be open for

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Boone County seeks voters OK for potential sale of Maple Crest Centre – News – Rockford Register Star

BELVIDERE — Voters in Boone County are being asked whether they want to give the county permission to sell the Maple Crest Care Centre located at 4452 Squaw Prairie Road.

A yes vote will authorize the county to sell the nursing home if officials deem that a sale is in the best interests of taxpayers.

Because Maple Crest was constructed after a 1969 referendum, voter approval is required in order to sell the facility. The referendum allowed the county to issue nearly $1 million in construction bonds and levy a tax for future debt service payments.

Although there is no offer to buy the facility, the county is proactively seeking the necessary authorization to avoid the need to hold a special election in the instance that the facility does go on the

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England centre Manu Tuilagi ruled out for six months by torn achilles | Sport

Manu Tuilagi’s injury curse has struck again after Sale revealed he will be sidelined for six months with a torn achilles, ruling him out of England’s forthcoming autumn campaign as well as next year’s Six Nations and dealing Eddie Jones a huge blow.

Tuilagi will undergo surgery next week and will miss Sale’s Premiership title push, England’s bid for the 2020 Six Nations title against Italy on 31 October, and their Autumn Nations Cup campaign. The 29-year-old is also due to sit out the 2021 Six Nations, meaning he will play no Test rugby before the British & Irish Lions tour of South Africa. Indeed, he is likely to only be in the early stages of his comeback when Warren Gatland names his touring squad.

Tuilagi sustained the injury in the early stages of Sale’s victory at Northampton on Tuesday – his seventh appearance for the Sharks – in an

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Shell Canada scraps plans for sale of Sarnia Manufacturing Centre

Oct 15 (Reuters)Shell Canada RDSa.L has abandoned plans for the possible sale of its Sarnia Manufacturing Centre, it said on Thursday, confirming an earlier media report.

“We have decided to stop actively marketing the Sarnia Manufacturing Centre and its associated infrastructure which includes the refinery, chemicals plant, Sarnia and Hamilton Distribution terminals and Shell’s 45% interest in Sun-Canadian Pipeline”, a company spokeswoman said.

The company had announced the intention to divest in January last year and said on Thursday that it will assess its next steps if it receives interest at a later date.

“Shell will continue to operate these assets while maintaining our marketing presence in Ontario and continuing to honor branded supply and wholesale agreements,” the spokeswoman said.

She added she was unaware of any plans for closure and that considerations for future investment will be handled on a case-by-case basis.

(Reporting by Kanishka Singh and

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