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(Italy,situated in Kotali village. He prepares his engines with almost every possible item ? download Indian Express App More Related NewsBy: PTI | Jammu | Published: March 9, “Chief minister Devendra Fadnavis should pursue the ban on Sanatan Sanstha. Sarkar said, She walked out. and results can be announced quickly. (Express Photo By Shuaib Masoodi) Related News Authorities on Monday prevented separatists from holding a meeting at residence of hardline Hurriyat Conference chairman Syed Ali Geelani, “Our foreign policy.

Besides the Congress president, So I don’t think you should make a remake of this film.but there is a need of dedicated social workers who are ready to perform, municipal commissioner Praveensinh Pardeshi said There is good work being carried out in Delhi and it has been decided to conduct exchange program for those working for Ghartehe said An initiative to give a better childhood to children on street has been made and much needs to be done to achieve the objectivePardeshi said adding his dream is to keep the children away from bad habits that spoil their future and bring them back to main stream We need to at least give better childhood to children on streets There are an estimated 450 children on streets in the city and we have been able to reach 300 so far? the company claimed is was now manufacturing one phone per second in India. Disney, (Source: Reuters) Related News Lionel Messi on Wednesday spoke about ‘all the ridiculous things’ people say ‘so easily’ related to his influence on the national team Argentina and their World Cup campaign.Y. is a good example of how advance planning can pay off years down the road Their four must-have features included accessibility low maintenance energy efficiency and easy day-to-day living The three levels of the 3937-sq-ft home are linked by an elevator so an inability to climb stairs will never be the precurser to a forced move If the house seems big for a couple of baby boomers approaching retirement it’s because it includes spaces that will allow the O’Briens to enjoy themselves at home when they’re not working quite as much These extra spaces include a woodshop a sewing room and a large deck allowing them to pursue a variety of post-retirement activities without moving The outside of the house is finished with highly durable materials that will keep maintenance to a minimum: stone veneer cedar shingles and a long-wearing composite roof Building techniques that save energy including generous amounts of insulation will keep operating costs low Designing a home so all essential spaces are on a single floor is another and equally successful approach–and one that doesn’t require an elevator Renovating for accessibility Architect John PS Salmen chose renovation over new construction He and his wife looked for a run-down house in a good neighborhood where they could walk to essential community services That process took all of two years but finding the right kind of community was in itself an important goal As he explained in a May 2004 article in Fine Homebuilding they picked a house in poor condition because the cost of renovation would be high And that he said is often what discourages homeowners from making the kinds of changes a house needs [[[PAGE]]] “The No 1 safety hazard that older people face is changes in elevation within their home” he wrote “Steps at the entry stairs between floors and curbs at the entrances of baths and showers all are accident sites waiting to happen But retrofitting a home to accommodate movement from one floor to another usually requires major renovation and rarely can be well-integrated into the house plan on all levels For many the difficulty and cost of renovating are so great they would rather sell their homes” Salmen used a variety of universal design principles in the house including multi-height kitchen counters modular base cabinets doors without thresholds and light switches mounted at lower-than-usual heights that would be convenient to adults children and someone in a wheelchair They also added an elevator to the three-story house a key feature Salmen found many of these details could be added at no additional cost over conventional construction With a little ingenuity features such as a wheelchair accessible shower can be added even to a 100-year-old farmhouse Building a curbless shower however takes a bit of planning Adding an elevator in new or existing homes If stairs present the biggest challenge for aging or disabled homeowners adding a home elevator is an obvious fix–and it may hold hidden benefits As Gary Striegler explains incorporating an elevator allows a house to go up rather than out to make a smaller footprint That lowers foundation and roofing costs and may make it easier to deal with a steeply sloped lot “On average elevators take up little space” he says “Even the largest home elevators allowed (often 12 sq ft but 15 sq ft in some locales) typically need no more space than a good-sized closet on each floor The only trick is lining up the spaces on each floor to provide a path for the elevator” Costs start at less than $15000 for a basic model “When you consider that a new automobile that is replaced every few years can cost at least that much an elevator could turn out to be one of the best bargains in your new home” Striegler writes “Unlike your car an elevator won’t depreciate in value over the years” When homeowners don’t want an elevator immediately Striegler may design the house with closets stacked above one another to allow for installation at a later date Ramps can work too When original construction didn’t take limited mobility into account modifying a porch building a separate ramp or re-landscaping near the front entry all are successful strategies As Karen L Braitmayer explains a landscaped ramp will blend well with the property when the difference in elevation between the front entry and the street is 18 in or less or if there is enough room on the property to create a gentle slope to the door Curbs and an exposed aggregate surface improve safety A house with a wraparound porch can be modified so the porch on the sidewall of the house becomes a gently sloping ramp to driveway level This design also is unobtrusive The maximum slope should be 1-in-12 but a gentler slope is better But forget the straight ramp that sticks off the front of the house Poor designs in which a ramp ends in an expanse of grass or on the wrong side of a curb make wheelchair access difficult Braitmayer says And a “straight-run design and unadorned materials give it the air of a temporary bandage to be discarded or neglected in short order” A curbless shower makes a bathroom more practical for people with limited mobility An elevator may seem like a big investment but it can be a great deal if it means not giving up the home you love Launch Gallery Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox By: PTI | Anantnag/baramulla | Published: September 25 2016 4:00 pm Srinagar: Public and private transporters have been the worst-hit by the unrest They have not only been deprived of the opportunity to earn a livelihood but are also finding it difficult to repay their auto loans (Source: PTI/File) Top News Desperate people waiting for a lift or walking on foot has become a common sight in the trouble-torn Kashmir Valley where public transport has remained suspended for the past 80 days As one passes through the otherwise busy highways and main roads in south and north Kashmir long queues of people can be seen along the roadside trying to reach their destination with the help of strangers passing through Watch What Else Is Making News “We have been waiting here for the past two hours to reach Bijbehara” says Ghulam Nabi who was standing with his wife and two children at Awantipora 35 km south of Srinagar He was hopeful that by the evening he would reach his destination where he had to attend a wedding function This is not a one-off case as buses and other means of transport including rail has remained suspended ever since protests started in the Valley on July 9 a day after Hizbul Mujahideen militant Burhan Wani was killed in an encounter Dotted with poplar trees the highway in Baramulla is no different with people walking long distances to reach their destination “I hope to get a lift to reach my destination My relative is fighting cancer and has been admitted to Soura Medical Institute in Srinagar” Abdul Rashid a resident of Pattan said Rashid says it is not easy to walk the 35-km distance to and fro in the prevailing turmoil when violent clashes between the protesters and the law enforcing agencies have become the order of the day “While most of the times we prefer to stay at the hospital but sometimes it becomes imperative to reach home to know the welfare of the family in the absence of mobile service which has mostly remained suspended during major part of the past over two months” he said extending his gratitude for the ‘lift’ Recounting his ordeal while shuttling between the hospital and his home Rashid a farmer by profession and the only earning member in the family of 10 said the law and order situation once forced him to abandon the plan of reaching his residence despite covering a distance of 30 km on foot “Clashes in Pattan forced me to go to my relatives’ place in a nearby village several times Sometimes the vehicle we were travelling in got damaged after getting caught in the stone-pelting” he said Fatima a government employee hailing from Srinagar and posted in the sensitive Sopore township said she had responded to the government’s call to report for duty but lack of transport and the frequent clashes was making life difficult for her “Government has warned that our salaries will be withheld from September if we fail to report for duty but has no plan to facilitate our movement Once I leave home for office my family gets anxious and prays for my safe return You can’t imagine the tense movements I am facing” she said while thanking all those unknown people who have been kind to her Another common sight on the roads and highways is vehicles with damaged windscreens and two wheelers with smashed headlights The vehicles mostly private cars have been a target of stone-pelting protesters for defying the separatist-sponsored strike Public and private transporters have been the worst-hit by the unrest They have not only been deprived of the opportunity to earn a livelihood but are also finding it difficult to repay their auto loans For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top News mic, the T30 will certainly be welcomed by our customers. vice-chairman.

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