Illegal structures demolished earlier this week in 5 Cays

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppReportedly placed under pressure by the planning department, owners of some 6 acres of property in the Five Cays community were forced to start demolition of illegal structures earlier this week. Reports are the Planning Department served the owners of the land with notices to clear their property of some 50 structures. Eight frames have already been mowed down causing raging reactions by those who feel they are justly residing at the site. Word is a January 8, eviction notice has been given by landowners to the occupants which is owned by James Cox and his family; news break understands that sections of the land have been rented since 1998 and rent runs from $50- $200 depending on the size of the parcel occupied. Related Items:last_img read more

USbased philanthropist Frank Islam applauds contribution of Bollywood director management guru Fauzia

first_imgNew Delhi: Renowned entrepreneur and intellectual from Bollywood, Fauzia Arshi was hailed by eminent American Entrepreneur and Economist Frank Islam during his recent visit to India. During his recent visit to India, Frank met a series of influential people in the country and Fauzia was one of them. Frank invited Fauzia to be a part of Frank & Debbie Management Complex as she is also a professor of management. Frank appreciated her for her achievements and especially her book on International marketing management which is a textbook for the various universities in India. Commenting upon her meeting with Frank Fauzia said, “Frank is the pride of India and an inspiration for achievers.” Also Read – Add new books to your shelfWhen Fauzia asked Frank about his suggestion to the Indian government, Frank said, “Government should make it easy when it comes to giving seed money to the budding entrepreneurs in order to make India a self-sustained economy.” Frank Islam hails from Azamgarh district of Uttar Pradesh and never leaves an opportunity to visit his motherland to keep his roots intact with his motherland. Internationally influential Frank is famous world over for his philanthropy and honest opinion on US politics. He owns one of the most lavish and luxurious houses in the world. One of his gifts to India is Frank & Debbie Mangement Complex in Aligarh Muslim University. It is one of the best management institutions in Indialast_img read more

GM Says the Bolt EV Will Have a 238Mile Range More Than

first_imgSeptember 13, 2016 Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now This story originally appeared on Reuters This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. 2 min read General Motors Co. said on Tuesday its electric subcompact Chevrolet Bolt EV will have an average range of 238 miles on a full charge, farther than rival Tesla Motors Inc. expects for its upcoming Model 3.The Bolt EV will be launched in a few months, nearly a year before the Tesla Model 3, with a starting price for U.S. consumers of $37,500 that is similar to the announced starting price for the Model 3.The sale price is before ancillary charges and a federal tax credit available to U.S. buyers that could be $7,500.The Bolt is on track to be the first fully electric car with at least 200 miles of driving range per charge and a starting price below $40,000. Tesla’s Model S and Model X offer driving ranges of more than 200 miles, but at prices that start at roughly double the Bolt’s.The Bolt is also seen as the first affordable fully electric car.The average selling price for a new vehicle in the United States is about $31,000, and GM reported that in August, its vehicles were sold to U.S. consumers at an average of $36,730. These prices reflect discount incentives to spur sales, which are not normally generous or even available for the newest of models.GM’s share price was little changed following the expected announcement. In premarket trading on Tuesday, shares were at $31.17, a cent lower than Monday’s close.GM has said that the Bolt, along with the plug-in hybrid Chevrolet Volt, will be made available to drivers of the ride-hailing service Lyft Inc., in which GM has invested half a billion dollars.(Reporting by Bernie Woodall; Editing by Bernadette Baum) Enroll Now for Freelast_img read more