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Day: September 4, 2014

London’s narrowest home on market for £235k
Featured, London

London’s narrowest home on market for £235k

The narrowest home in London has a £235,000 price-tag It's a bit of a squeeze! By Lana Clements ( McHugh and Co/PA Wire ) - ( McHugh and Co/PA Wire ) As the shortage of homes in London continues to bite, places to live are being jammed into nooks and crannies across the capital.A property now thought to be the narrowest home in London has gone on the market for more than £200,000.Built on a driveway between two other homes, and measuring just 83 inches wide, the house squeezes in two bedrooms, a reception room, kitchen and bathroom.Located in Harringay, north London, the two-metre-wide terrace house is to be sold at auction on 1 October. It has been given a guide price of at least £235,000 by marketing agents McHugh & Co. "It's a very unique house, to say the least, in...
Padma corruption probe laid to rest
ENGLISH, Featured

Padma corruption probe laid to rest

Padma corruption probe laid to rest Anti-graft body finds no graft conspiracy M Rahman: In a controversial move, the Anti-Corruption Commission yesterday cleared all accused of corruption conspiracy allegations in the Padma bridge project though the World Bank gave the ACC primary evidence and a trial is on at a Canadian court in this connection. "None was found guilty. The commission will submit its final report to the court," ACC Chairman Mohammad Badiuzzaman said at a press briefing at the ACC headquarters in the capital. The accused in the Padma bridge graft case included former communications minister Syed Abul Hossain and ex-state minister for foreign affairs Abul Hasan Chowdhury. The ACC concludes its probe in the case at a time when two officials of Canadian firm SNC Lavalin...