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Wall Street brokerages expect National Storage Affiliates Trust (NYSE:NSA) to report sales of $107.30 million for the current quarter, Zacks reports. Three analysts have made estimates for National Storage Affiliates Trust’s earnings, with the highest sales estimate coming in at $108.30 million and the lowest estimate coming in at $106.60 million. National Storage Affiliates Trust […]
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National Storage Affiliates Trust : Nareit's REITweek Virtual Investor Conference June 2-3, 2020 | MarketScreener02 Jun, 00:36, MarketScreener • Développer
Nareit's REITweek Virtual Investor Conference June 2-3, 2020 Forward-Looking Statements and Non-GAAP Financial Measures … | June 2, 2020
NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kroll Bond Rating Agency (KBRA) has affirmed the BBB ratings for issuer NSA OP, LP—the operating partnership subsidiary of National Storage Affiliates Trust (NYSE:NSA)—and the issuer’s $150 million outstanding privately placed senior unsecured notes. KBRA has also affirmed the BBB- rating for parent NSA’s $218 million outstanding Series A redeemable preferred shares. The affirmations follow our analysis of the issuer’s financial profile and operating characteristics,
Washington D.C. [USA], April 20 (ANI): China has become a threat to the world due to its Communist leaders who are promoting a closed, authoritarian model as an alternative to other democratic governments and free-market economies, H. R. McMaster, former United States National Security Advisor (NSA), wrote in an article for The Atlantic. Since the days of Deng Xiaoping, in the late 1970s, the assumptions that had governed the American approach to its relationship with China were that the mainland would open its markets and privatize its economy after being welcomed into the international political and economic order. As the country became more prosperous, the Chinese government would respect the rights of its people and liberalize politically. But, McMaster, who served under US President Donald Trump until 2018, said in the article that those assumptions were also proven wrong. The Chinese Communist Party is not only strengthening an internal system that stifles human freedom and extends its authoritarian control; it is also exporting that model and leading the development of new rules and a new international order that would make the world less free and less safe, the former US official wrote.
Prayagraj (Uttar Pradesh) [India], April 18 (ANI): The Allahabad High Court has dismissed the petition filed by a builder and also upheld his detention under the National Security Act (NSA) in Shahberi case. The Greater Noida Authority had earlier alleged that the builder, Jasbir Maan, was arbitrarily building flats in Shahberi village and selling them against the rule. Jasbir Maan had filed the petition seeking his release from the detention under the NSA. He also sought quashing of the detention passed by the District Magistrate, Gautam Buddh Nagar for detaining him under Section 3 (2) of the Act. (ANI)
Madhya Pradesh: Police on COVID-19 duty attacked; Culprits arrested, will be charged under NSA, says CM07 Apr, 13:22, The Financial Express • Développer
Policemen attacked in Bhopal: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan in a tweet said that the attackers have been arrested and they will be booked under stringent National Security Act (NSA).
Hyderabad (Telangana) [India], April 3 (ANI): A woman on Friday allegedly attacked an on-duty Telangana policeman who had stopped her at a checkpost here. According to police, the woman was riding a bike along with two others, when they were flagged down at the Lalapet checkpost for violating lockdown rules put in place in the wake of spread of coronavirus. While a police man was handing out traffic challan, the woman entered into an argument with the official and was also seen grabbing his collar. Speaking to ANI over the phone, ACP Malkajgiri said: "Three people were travelling on a single bike. Officials at Lalapet checkpost stopped them as they were violating the lockdown rules. While a challan was being issued, the woman and her boyfriend argued with the police officer and shook his collar. A case has been registered. Further investigation is underway." There has been reports of incidents of attacks on doctors, policemen, health officials from several parts of the country amid the lockdown due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.
New Delhi, April 2 (IANS) The Madhya Pradesh government will take stern action against those who attacked the doctors and paramedic team in Indore on Wednesday and the accused will be booked under the National Security Act (NSA), Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said on Thursday. In a video message, the Chief Minister said, "Such people are not humans, they are enemies of humanity. The doctors and paramedic staff have put their lives at risk and are trying to save the lives of others. An attack on them will not be tolerated and stringent action will be taken against them. We will book the accused under the NSA." His remarks came a day after a health department team on a visit to locate persons reportedly infected with novel coronavirus (Covid-19) in Indore's Tat Patti Bakhal area was pelted with stones. The medical team comprised five persons, including three doctors. A video of the incident showing stone pelting and how the medical team left in a rush to save themselves went viral on social media, sparking outrage. "The moment we started enquiring about a particular person's health, people began protesting and were joined by others who resorted to stone pelting.
Whither COVID-19? When Will It End And What Will Happen Along The Way Authored by Phillip Giraldi via The Strategic Culture Foundation, The coronavirus story has generated a number of major subplots… First is the origin of the virus. Did it occur naturally or was it created in a Chinese, American or Israeli weapons lab? If bioengineered, did it somehow escape or was it deliberately released? As the governments that might have been involved in the process have become very tight lipped and the mainstream media is reluctant to embrace conspiracy theories, we the public may never know the answer. Second is the nature of the virus itself. There are inevitably skeptics who choose to compare the affliction to a common head cold or normal winter flu and are able to cherry pick so-called experts to support their case. Many Americans are unwilling to submit to a lockdown or isolation and are flaunting their willingness to go out in public and mix freely while others are claiming that the whole thing is a hoax designed to create a panic that will benefit certain constituencies.
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"52 Indians Died, Won't Say Hindu-Muslim": Amit Shah On Delhi Riots | NDTV.com Video | Amid crossfires between the BJP and the Opposition over last month's Delhi violence, Union Home Minister Amit Shah today praised the Delhi police for their handling of the situation when clashes broke out in northeast Delhi. Mr Shah also expressed his condolences to the families of victims who died in the four-day relentless violence. The Home Minister also said that over 700 FIRs have been filed and over 2600 people have either been detained or arrested. Mr Shah also said that CCTV footage is being monitored and "face identification" is being used to track down suspects from thousands of videos they have received from the Delhi Police. Here are the top 10 quotes of Amit Shah on Delhi violence in Lok Sabha: Questions have been asked about what the Delhi Police was doing. Police were on the ground then, police will also probe and submit a report in coming days. It was a major responsibility to not let the riots in areas with 20 lakh population spread to the rest of Delhi, and I want to praise police for that.
Controversial NSA Phone Surveillance Program Led To Exactly Zero Arrests National Security Agency (NSA) programme that analysed logs of phone calls and text messages made by Americans cost $100m and yielded one investigation and zero arrests from 2015 to 2019." data-reactid="16" type="text">In yet more absurdity and confirmation that Edward Snowden was never an "enemy of the state" — as top intelligence officials and some congressional leaders have charged for years — it's been revealed that the latest National Security Agency (NSA) program to analyze logs of phone calls and text messages made by Americans was an utter failure and waste, yielding exactly zero arrests from 2015 to 2019 , despite having swept up some trillion US phone records . National Security Agency (NSA) programme that analysed logs of phone calls and text messages made by Americans cost $100m and yielded one investigation and zero arrests from 2015 to 2019." data-reactid="16" type="text">It cost taxpayers $100 million and was reported to produce a mass amount of redundant information , revealing information that the FBI didn't already know only twice, resulting in only one investigation which led to no charges.
A National Security Agency (NSA) programme that analysed logs of phone calls and text messages made by Americans cost $100m and yielded one investigation and zero arrests from 2015 to 2019.
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