Salman Khan's girlfriend Lulia Vantur replaces by Sonakshi Sinha; Check Out | FilmiBeat Salman Khan's alleged girlfriend Iulia Vantur bagged her first Bollywood movie as a lead heroine in Radha Kyun Gori Main Kyun Kaala and reports are doing the rounds that Salman Khan has removed Iulia Vantur from the movie and replaced her with his Dabangg 3 co-star Sonakshi Sinha. However, Sonakshi Sinha has a different take to the whole story and here's what she had to say... The News Is Completely Untrue! "No, it's completely untrue. I have not even been approached for that. In fact, Iulia called me the other day and told me there is a story that's come out and we were laughing about it. So nothing of that sort (is happening) and I am not replacing Iulia," said Sonakshi Sinha to Asian Age. Let's Talk About Dabangg 3 Instead, Says Sonakshi Sinha Sonakshi Sinha steered the wheels to Dabangg 3 instead and said, "Rajjo is Rajjo! In fact, when I put out the picture of her, some fan club made a … [Read more...] about Salman Khan Removes Iulia Vantur, Puts Sonakshi Sinha In Radha Kyun Gori Main Kyun Kaala?
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Single-family home sales in Maine cooled off during the early part of the summer, though prices rose somewhat during the same time period. The Maine Association of Realtors says sales fell by a little more than 7 percent in June compared to June 2018. Home values climbed a little more than 5 percent during that same timeframe to a median sales price of $239,085. The decline in home sales was more than a corresponding nationwide trend. Sales of existing single-family homes fell by a little less than 2 percent, while the national median sales price went up by 4.5 percent. Maine Association of Realtors president Peter Harrington says Maine buyers are “on the sidelines waiting for affordable homes to come onto the market.” … [Read more...] about Home sales fall in Maine, though prices keep climbing
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Home sales in Maine were about the same in July as they were during the previous month a year ago, while prices ticked up slightly. The news was enough for the Maine Association of Realtors to describe single-family home sales in the state as “stable and positive” on Wednesday. The organization says the homes sold in July had a median sales price of $230,000, which was an increase of more than 2% from July 2018. Realtors association president Peter Harrington says the inventory of for-sale homes has increased a bit, but “competition for entry-level homes remains high.” The nationwide median sales price increased 4.5% to $284,000. However, sales were down in the Northeastern states, and the median sales price fell 1% to $305,800. … [Read more...] about Maine home sales, prices remained steady in July
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — A Maine realtor group says the state might break its record for single-family home sales. The Maine Association of Realtors says statistics released on Thursday show an increase of a little more than 3% in sales from August 2018 to August 2019. Last year was the best home sales year in the history of the state, and sales are less than 1% off that pace so far this year. The highest volume of home sales was in Cumberland County, the most populated county in the state. Several rural counties also posted big increases in home sales. Prices of homes in the state are also rising. The realtors association says the statewide median sales price increased by more than 4.5% to $230,000 from last August. … [Read more...] about Maine home sales could break last year’s sales record
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Trapping wild animals for fur is a way of life that goes back thousands of years in Maine, and the state is considering new ways to manage the declining business. Maine trappers harvest mammals such as foxes, beavers and muskrats for their fur. The trapping trade has slowed in recent years as a result of depressed international prices and an aging workforce. The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife is gathering feedback from trappers and others across the state as part of an effort to examine and possibly change the way it manages the animals. Management is also important to prevent the spread of diseases such as rabies and to avert dangerous encounters between animals and people, said Nate Webb, a biologist with the department. “Everything is on the table,” Webb said. “We’re going to be talking about research priorities for these species. Habitat considerations. It’s not just about consumptive use or hunting and … [Read more...] about Maine looking for new ways to manage declining fur trade
AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Maine’s chief medical examiner says the results of a review of three complaints against his office inspires him to continue to lead the office in way that brought national recognition. Dr. Mark Flomenbaum also said in a written statement Friday that he appreciated the support of the office of the attorney general, who expressed confidence in the examiner’s work. Attorney General Aaron Frey released a letter on Friday that he wrote to independent state Rep. Jeffrey Evangelos, who lodged the complaints. Frey’s letter states that Flomenbaum “has been found to be exemplary by the National Association of Medical Examiners,” and that Frey is confident in Flomenbaum and his office at large. … [Read more...] about Maine medical examiner reacts to review