MORE houses in PJS 7, Petaling Jaya, are being converted into hostels, despite residents’ complaints about these units being partitioned to fit in more tenants. Residents have expressed frustration over the authorities’ lack of action and want such renovations and extensions demolished. In 2014, StarMetro reported that the neighbourhood — which is within walking distance to a private higher education institution — had over 15 double-storey houses that were renovated to accommodate between eight and 12 rooms each. The houses, measuring 22ft by 70ft, originally had four rooms and three bathrooms. Now, residents say there are about 30 such houses that were renovated to take in more people. They claim that one of the houses, which was renovated last year, has 30 rooms. Lieng will bring the complaints to MBSJ and the Housing ministry. Even though the residents had written to Subang Jaya City Council (MBSJ), Housing and Local Government Ministry, Selangor local government, … [Read more...] about House conversions irk residents in PJS 7
HYDERABAD: University of Hyderabad has announced summer vacation for students and faculty from May 10 to June 8 in view of the surge in Covid-19 cases across the country, including among the university community. The decision to advance the summer vacation was taken after a review meeting with the deans and heads convened by the vice-chancellor on Friday. Students have been instructed to return to safety of their homes. While the university would consider cases of students from cities where a lockdown has already been imposed, all post-graduate students have been asked to vacate their hostel rooms and return home within the next few days. This includes research scholars who had been given an opportunity to return to pursue their research. Congratulations! You have successfully cast your vote Login to view result “Given the current situation, we want the maximum number of students to return to the safety of their homes. Ever since the pandemic struck, … [Read more...] about UoH declares early summer vacations in view of surge in Covid-19 cases
How scary is Resident Evil Village? If you're easily afraid, that's probably a question you've been secretly hoping would be answered before the entire game gets spoiled by social media… just in case you do want to play it. Resident Evil Village is perhaps the most technically proficient and visually impressive PS5 and Xbox Series X game available right now. It should be experienced first hand if you have the stomach for its high-octane action and debilitating scares. Of course, not all of us do have that tolerance for tension – and I should know, because I'm one of them! Before we get any further, I just want to take a second to outline my horror bona fides – because I think I'm perfectly placed to help you gauge whether Resident Evil Village is too scary for you. I fit this weird little crosssection where I've played 28 of the Resident Evil games, but have routinely struggled to push through the rising tide of first-person horror games released in the shadow of Amnesia. … [Read more...] about How scary is Resident Evil Village?
Kindly Share This Story: The University of Lagos (UNILAG) will no longer grant access to heavily-tinted vehicles as it gets set to bring back students to campus. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor Research and Academics, Prof. Oluwole Familoni, said on Friday that the decision was informed by rising security challenges, especially attacks in institutions of learning. He spoke at a news conference to announce UNILAG’S resumption for the second semester of the 2019/2020 academic session. “We are aware of the disturbing security situation in the country especially as it concerns institutions of higher learning. “We are being proactive by taking some necessary steps to protect our students. “We are in collaboration with some security agencies around our students for increased presence on campus. “We also have our own intelligence that is unknown to anyone,” the official said. He added that UNILAG had asked for more security vehicles and motorised … [Read more...] about Security challenges: UNILAG will no longer grant access to heavily-tinted vehicles