Known as “The Darth Vader House,” the 7,000 square-foot home in Houston’s West University Place subdivision has a listing price of $4,300,000.The nickname comes from the exterior’s resemblance to the helmet of the famed Star Wars villain.
With an 18,000 square foot lot, the force is strong with this one.
The median lot square feet for West University Place is 7,500 — just about the size of this home. Home values in the area range between $805,000 and $2.7 million — far, far away from this price tag.
The house was built in 1992 and features four bedrooms, five full bathrooms and a four-car garage.
The listing by Martha Turner Sotheby’s International Realty also boasts the contemporary home’s open rooms, ample closets, versatile living spaces and massive windows.
CHANDIGARH: The health department is on alert after the WHO confirmed omicron as a new Covid variant of concern. A list of travellers is being compiled with the help of the police to monitor and track them, while all public hospitals OPDs will again start testing patients for Covid. Since the past four days, there has been a slight rise in the number of daily positive cases. On November 24, six cases were reported. The next day, nine positives were confirmed. On November 26, eight and on Saturday, five cases were detected. . The active cases have also increased from 35 on November 23 to 52 on Saturday. “We daily review the Covid status and at intervals send samples for genome sequencing. However, the public must adhere to Covid appropriate behaviour as we are seeing mutations in those countries which had least vaccination,” said director health services Dr Suman Singh.
The detection of the variant of concern, with cases popping up in many countries, calls for greater vigilance in the tricity. The increased surveillance of overseas travellers and strict adherence to Covid-appropriate behaviour, which has been junked by most people, is the only thing that will help in keeping things under control.
All states/ UTs have been told to adhere to the overarching ‘test-tracktreat-vaccinate’ principle to ensure stringent implementation of containment measures as per Centre guidelines.“While we have 73% coverage of full immunisation in the city and the antibodies against the virus was seen to be over 75% in the adult population, there is a belief that there is a need for booster dose in some sections of the population. Implying, the immunity is waning and if there is a mutant in any part of the world, it can affect our public health measures if we do not follow Covid appropriate behaviour,” said a public health expert.The administration has also issued an advisory, asking resident of the city to follow all the protocols. The residents are request to take all precautionary measure to phase out the pandemic. Chandigarh administration is also pushing hard for complete vaccination of residents. AIRPORT SCAN The UT administration has started monitoring people from abroad at the airport. Passengers are being categorised, with those from high-risk countries (South Africa, Brazil, Bangladesh, Botswana, China, Mauritius, New Zealand and Zimbabwe) being made to undergo RT-PCR test on their arrival and undergo quarantine for seven days. On the eighth day, they will be retested (RT-PCR) again.
Tokyo Revengers fans are eagerly waiting for the official release of chapter 233; well, here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming chapter’s release schedule.
Things are pretty intense for every character in the Tokyo Revengers manga series. The fight between the three most powerful gangs is still ongoing, and fans wonder which group will be victorious. Mikey, who had been watching the battle for a long time, finally came forward to defeat South in the previous chapter.
Up till now, it was tough for anyone to stand against the leader of Rokurara. However, Mikey straight up started dominating South in the fight. However, it would be interesting to see if Mikey will actually kill South in the end.
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Tokyo Revengers Chapter 232 Recap
In the previous chapter, we see Mikey starting his fight with South while everyone else watches the battle from afar. Mikey and South exchange a few punches, but at first, it was hard to see who was dominant in the fight. But suddenly, Takemichi interrupts the ongoing battle to prevent Mikey from killing South. Shockingly, that’s when we see South face’s all beaten up, and Rokuhara’s leader realizes that he can’t even move his body.
After that, we see Mikey asking Takemichi to move away and eventually breaking his arm. Finally, the chapter ends with Takemichi screaming in pain and Mikey moving ahead to kill South.
When Does Tokyo Revengers Chapter 233 Come Out?
Tokyo Revengers chapter 233 is scheduled to release worldwide on Tuesday, November 30th, or Wednesday, December 1st, depending on your region.
The upcoming chapter will be available to read in Japan on December 1st, but the release date would be November 30th for most international readers, thanks to the time difference.
Tokyo Revengers Chapter 233 Spoilers
Interestingly, some spoilers for the next Tokyo Revengers chapter are already out. According to the leaks on Twitter, it looks like Mikey is not done with Takemichi yet. In some panels, we can see Takemichi still trying to stop Mikey from becoming what he fears. But unfortunately, Mikey is blinded by his aggression, so he will beat Takemichi mercilessly until our boy is on the ground.
Where to read Tokyo Revengers?
Kodansha’s Weekly Shonen Magazine is the primary source to read new chapters of Tokyo Revengers. However, fans outside of Japan can visit Kodansha’s official website to own all volumes of the manga series digitally.
BENGALURU: The Karnataka Association of Resident Doctors (KARD) has called for an indefinite strike from November 29 to protest against the non payment of their Covid allowance and non-reduction of fees. The strike will mean withdrawal of all the elective services including OPDs and elective OTs (excluding emergency services) in all the medical colleges affiliated with KARD. While the association had announced a similar indefinite strike on November 9, it was called off after the minister for medical education promised to resolve it in 10 days time. “It is unfortunate to note that the assurance given by minister of medical education has not been fulfilled. The intent to address the issue is clearly not visible as resident doctors were excluded from the package of Covid-Risk allowance announced recently by Government of Karnataka. We are left with no option but to display our dissent in this regard…” read a press release from the association. The state had announced covid allowance of Rs 10,000 per month from April to all resident doctors. However, no money has been paid yet. Also the academic fees was hiked from Rs 30,000 to Rs 1,20,000, a near 400% hike. The students were not given any concession during Covid even when school fees where reduced. The association has also pointed out to the repeated postponement of the NEET-PG counselling. “We would hereby like to urge upon the Union Government and the Supreme Court of India to take note of the grievance of resident doctors of the nation and to take necessary measures for expediting the NEET-PG 2021 counselling as well as admission process and to fast-track the Court proceedings on an urgent basis. In case there is no positive response, we will be forced to escalate our protest. The onus of any such unfortunate situation affecting healthcare services will be on the concerned authorities,” said another release from the association.