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Bajinder was a chowkidar at Shelter Home.Sector 47.” that being the sum supposedly spent on flood control measures. while the plan is to ultimately have 55 Dopplers.au) for private tours of Barossa and Fleurieu regions respectively. “Every adolescent undergoes three development milestones: sexuality, After some, the EPA’s website has very specific recommendations for buidling “Randon-resistant new construction”.A very useful pdf entitled “Building Radon Out“ covers designs for Radon mitigation for new buildings with basements slabs-on-grade crawlspaces and manufactured homes There are two basic designs for Radon-resistant new construction – passive and active In one a pvc pipe inside the heated envelope of your house allows Radon to go from under your house to out of your roof The theory is that the warmed air naturally rises through convection bringing with it the Radon that has been collected in the pipe under your slab The active design simply adds an inline fan to help this process along We are lucky to live in the great state of Vermont where Radon Test Kits are free from the Department of Healthbut if you live elsewhere don’t despair – many states have funds to subsidize the costs Just check the EPA website for local offices in your state I also founda short video put out by the EPA that goes over their “Test Fix and Save a Life” process of mitigating Radon in existing structures It is the story of someone who lost a lung to Radon There has been some disagreement over the campaign information the EPA put out in specific whether the rates of death they site are for smokers who are more susceptible to lung cancer to begin with or everyone who inhales Radon Here is a link to an interesting National Public Radio report on the subject Although one could argue that the EPA is being a bit alarmist in their media campaign and that it is not a one size fits all solution it is also true that a marginal amount of expenditure could save a life – I am not sure anyone is qualified to quantify what that is worth And that brings me to my next point whereas mitigation costs about $1000 to $2000 according to the NPR report for existing homes adding the same capabilities from the start costs only the price of a few lengths of 4″ PVC pipe a few couplings a boot for the roof silicone and some PVC primer and cement In my case this added up to roughly $100 without the inline fan about $300 (if I had chosen that route) That is quite a savings It is also important to note that your electrician can throw in an extra outlet in the attic quite easily in case you need a fan for the cost of wire and an outlet box if you wait until a problem is confirmed that also has a much bigger pricetag Lest you think that this is not such a serious issue the federal goverment has just released a “New Radon Federal Action Plan” with the goal of saving 6500 lives by 2015 Once you have the Radon under your house squared away you can start thinking about the Radon that may be leaking out of your fancy granite countertops Things to Remember Thanks The footers The ground beam in the center were originally going to be just thickened slab Then we decided to make a pillar footing for the three columns in the house After speaking to the foundation guy we decided to just do a ground beam which was easier to pour (and made it so the position of the pillars didn’t have to be exact) The problem of course was that it divided the house in two This led to extra work later as you’ll see So we had to cut the beam in order to have the passive radon mitigation system depressurize under both sides of the beam It didn’t take too long but was a step that could have been easily avoided if we had asked for an intrusion space when the ground beam was poured Setting up the pipe The sections of pipe are perforated – with the perforation pointed downward The EPA only recommends a single tee fitting buried in the subslab but I wanted to make sure any radon had plenty of opportunity to leave my house Subslab details finished Having some fun putting the radon pipe through the envelope and out the roof You can recognize the upright pipe section in this photo in the basement The process begins Through the first floor Into the attic And out through the roof It is important to write "Radon" along the length of the pipe so that anyone doing repairs in the future would be able to identify the pipe – sharpies work well for this Also make sure to prime and glue the pipe together Also make sure that the pipe is adequately supported throughout its length And foam around the intrusions with fire-block foam to make sure that the house is sealed tight and that in case of fire the flames are blocked from spreading through the intrusions I didn’t originally have an outlet installed in the attic space but after doing some further research it made sense to put in an outlet in the attic in case the system needed to have an inline fan installed to make it an "active" system Launch Gallery Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox This approach to fixing a leaky block or stone foundation goes a few steps farther than adding an interior block wall It provides drainage insulation and the option for finished space Sign up for eletters today and get the latest how-to from Fine Homebuilding plus special offers Cocteau3 wonders whether he’s witnessing a structural problem in the making “Sounds crazy but I recently saw an old restored house that has its original brick foundation” Cocteau3 writes in a post at Fine Homebuilding’s Breaktime forum “The foundation was in good shape structurally but the renovators built a new single course concrete block wall around the perimeter in front of the brick on the inside of the cellar walls “The attempt is to reduce the transmission of water vapor and reduce any mold issues” Cocteau3 continues “It looks good right now but I am concerned the vapor will continue to pass through the brick and build up either behind the concrete block or pass through the concrete block It seems either scenario will cause the mortar to fail between the two and possible cause the concrete block to give way” Cocteau3 says the non-for-profit renovation agency that’s doing the work is mainly concerned with mold an issue best addressed by installing a waterproofing membrane on the outside of the foundation But that’s not going to happen “Any thoughts on the success or failure of this concrete block veneering method” Cocteau3 asks Moisture probably won’t be a problem To Perry525 mold is unlikely to be a problem and any condensation that collects on the wall surfaces will not pose a structural threat to the inner block wall “Mold needs both food and water to grow” he writes “The world is covered in mold spores but if you look around mold doesn’t grow in most places because either there is no food or no water Mold doesn’t grow on clean brick or concrete–no food” Condensation should be minor nothing that a ventilation system can’t handle Perry525 says and water problems collectively won’t bring down the inner walls “However if the water table outside is high and there is a high rate of water ingress at some time then the wall could come down” Perry525 adds “It is more likely that provision has been made for the water to run down the original brick wall with it being lead to a sump to be pumped out safely This type of provision is quite common” DanH agrees with Perry’s assessment “So long as provision has been made to drain the space between there should be no problem” he writes “Mold doesn’t grow on concrete (unless it’s ‘fiber-cement’ or some such)” The only way that moisture could cause a problem Perry525 adds is if seeped into cracks and then froze causing spalling “This [is] unlikely to happen in a basement where the temperature basically remains setady around 40F” he says “Condensation on/in a concrete wall only happens when the wall is below dew point and the basement temperature is steady” When ‘mold’ is really something else By rights mold probably shouldn’t be growing on concrete or brick surfaces that don’t provide food for mold spores Yet dust and organic material that collects over the years may be enough to give mold a toehold “Yeah I’ve seen people using Chlorox solution to try to scrub “mold” off of [concrete masonry units]” DanH writes “It doesn’t work very well but hit it with weak acid and it will wash right off You will occasionally see dark-colored mold on paint on CMU but it’s very superficial” And the reason that acid works when bleach will not The problem isn’t mold at all but efflorescence DanH writes a buildup of “lime-like minerals” “The color will generally clue you–generally efflorescence deposits will be white or grayish Sometimes bluish and on rare occasions a darker color depending on the types of dissolved minerals” DanH continues “Mold will occasionally be blue-gray but most often a darker gray tending towards black “Efflorescence will have a rough spiky appearance/texture while mold will be smooth and slightly fuzzy Efflorescence will appear near cracks in the masonry where water comes through the fastest Mold will appear where the surface gets damp but where fresh water isn’t constantly coming through It’s really quite hard to confuse them once you learn how to recognize them” Acid he says will loosen or dissolve efflorescence while making only a slight effect on mold A diluted bleach solution will turn mold a much lighter color instantly but will have little effect on efflorescence And the real winner is … the mason To Andy Engel the source of the moisture is a mystery “Where is it coming from” he asks “Is it from soil moisture or is it from humid air condensing on the cold foundation The solution depends on the answer to this question” Regardless Engel doesn’t see the point of adding an inner block wall “In neither case can I imagine the inner block wall making any contribution except to the pocketbook of the mason” he writes Get home building tips offers and expert advice in your inbox Written by Shyamlal Yadav | New Delhi | Updated: November 8 2017 6:23 pm Records show that a Non-Disposal Undertaking (NDU) was signed in New Delhi between H S Narula Elsingham Holdings Ltd and ICICI Bank Ltd (Bahrain Branch) on December 28 2006 Related News Construation major DSC Ltd (DS Construction Ltd) which bagged several road and railway projects including the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway obtained a loan of $135 million from ICICI Bank in 2006 Of this $100 million was disbursed within 20 days of the agreement according to records of offshore legal firm Appleby DSC Ltd later defaulted on loan repayment and Appleby documents show that ICICI Bank took the advice of the legal firm on the outstanding loan amount — it was settled in 2016 DSC Ltd was incorporated on October 13 1978 to acquire the businesses of M/s Thakur Enterprises New Delhi and M/s DS Narula & Company New Delhi At the time it was being incorporated Darshan Singh Narula and his four sons — Balbir Singh Varinder Singh Narinder Singh and Harpinder Singh — were its shareholders According to documents with Appleby Elsingham-DSC Mauritius Private Ltd one of the holding companies of DSC Ltd borrowed $135 million from ICICI Bank Ltd on December 26 2006 Of this $35 million was disbursed on December 29 2006; $10 million on January 9 2007; and $55 million on January 16 2007 In all records show $100 million was disbursed within 20 days of the agreement Records show that a Non-Disposal Undertaking (NDU) was signed in New Delhi between H S Narula Elsingham Holdings Ltd and ICICI Bank Ltd (Bahrain Branch) on December 28 2006 Another NDU was signed in New Delhi between British Virgin Islands-based Alphamatic Investments Ltd Delhi Gurgaon Super Connectivity Ltd and ICICI Bank Ltd (Bahrain Branch) on December 28 2006 Elsingham Holdings Ltd signed a Power of Attorney in Port Louis Mauritius in favour of ICICI Bank Ltd (Bahrain Branch) on December 27 2006 A Lenders’ Agreement was signed on March 17 2007 between ICICI Bank UK PLC and ICICI Bank Ltd (Bahrain Branch) It stated that ICICI Bank Ltd (Singapore Branch) was Arranger Standard Bank (Mauritius) the Mauritian Security Agent and ICICI Bank Ltd (Bahrain Branch) the Facility Agent The Depository Participant for the $135 million loan was Alankit Assignments a Delhi-based company There was also an Amendment Agreement dated April 3 2007 between Elsingham DSC Mauritius Private Ltd (Borrower) Elsingham Holdings Ltd Elsingham Holdings Mauritius Ltd DS Constructions Ltd H S Narula (Coventantors) and ICICI Bank Ltd Bahrain Branch (as Facility Agent) in relation to the $135 million loan agreement dated December 28 2006 But when a problem arose in loan repayment ICICI Bank began consulting Appleby on the issue On February 7 2011 records show Abhijeet Das of ICICI Bank wrote to Deep Roy of Economic Laws Practice to “engage” him for “conducting a review of certain documents…” ICICI Bank requested him to “conduct a review of the documents with regard to Facility Agreement and the various security agreements and to confirm to ICICI Bank the enforceability of the various securities/contractual comforts and to clearly indicate the steps required to enforce such security/contractual comforts in case of an event of default under the financing documents” SEE PHOTOS |Paradise Papers: Here are the Indians on thelist Das made another request: “Issue a memorandum incorporating the views of the counsel in such other jurisdictions (as may be required) regarding the enforceability of the above mentioned security/ contractual comforts and the steps to be taken for enforcement of such security” Records show that two days later — February 9 2011 — Roy wrote to Matthew Stocker of Appleby: “We have received a request for a fee quote from ICICI Bank Limited for a loan documentation review for two existing loan transactions and for preparation of a memorandum with the details of the enforcement steps in case of an event of default… Borrower is Elsingham DSC Mauritius Private Ltd Elsingham Holdings Mauritius Ltd (EHML which holds 90 per cent of the shareholding of the borrower) and Elsingham Holdings Ltd (EHL a BVI company which holds 100 per cent of EHML) have provided corporate guarantees…” Also Read |714 Indians in PAradise Papers Accordingly Appleby sent a three-page Memorandum to ICICI Bank Ltd NBCC Place New Delhi on May 4 2011 It stated: “It is not necessary in order to ensure the legality validity enforceability or admissibility in evidence in proceedings of the obligations of the BVI Shareholder under the Subject Agreements that the Subject Agreements or any other document be notarised filed registered or recorded in the British Virgin Islands” Appleby quoted a Reciprocal Enforcement of Judgments Act 1922 and advised among other things that a judgment may be registered under the Act where “the foreign court had jurisdiction in the matter and the BVI Shareholder either submitted to such jurisdiction or was resident or carrying on business within such jurisdiction and was duly served with process” For this memorandum Appleby sent ICICI Bank Ltd NBCC Place New Delhi an invoice for $302641 on January 26 2012 This invoice was for “professional services” provided by Appleby to ICICI with regard to “review of the documents” Facility Agreement; Elsingham Holdings Ltd HS Narula Alphamatic Investment Ltd etc RESPONSE from DSC DSC Ltd’s director Narinder Singh Narula said: “H S Narula is a British Citizen and is holding a British Passport His investments are governed by British Laws He does not have any income in India Except for owning 10% shares ie 2500 shares of US$ 01 each (Rs 112200) of Elsingham DSC Mauritius (Pvt) Ltd DSC Limited does not own any assets or Companies anywhere outside India Subsequent to Demerger these 2500 shares are presently owned by DSC Engineering (Pvt) Ltd EXPLAINED:Why the Paradise Papers matter “DSC Limited has not taken any loan from any Bank outside India including any Indian banks in Bahrain and Mauritius H S Narula who is a British Citizen has no direct/indirect role/interest in Elsingham DSC Mauritius Private Limited Alphamatic Investment Limited Elsingham Holding Limited and Apollo Enterprises Balbir Singh Narula is a Director of Apollo Enterprises Limited However he does not have any Shareholding and/or investment in Apollo Enterprises Besides aforementioned none of the other Narula family has any role/interest in above stated Companies “Elsingham DSC Mauritius Private Limited (previously known as Alphamatic Investments (Mauritius) Limited) was never a Holding Company of DSC Limited Previously Elsingham Holdings Mauritius Limited was the holding Company however presently Apollo Enterprises Ltd is the Holding Company US $135 million loan was granted by ICICI Bank-Bahrain Singapore & UK branches to Elsingham DSC Mauritius (Pvt) Ltd for the purposes of investment in the Infrastructure Projects/Companies in India The said loan amount was invested by Elsingham DSC Mauritius (Pvt) Ltd in the Optionally Convertible Debentures (OCD) of DSC Limited DSC Limited have as on date already redeemed 97% of the said OCDs and now 03% is only balance “The entire loan of ICICI Bank has been settled by Elsingham DSC Mauritius (Pvt) Ltd and as on date there is no outstandings whatsoever towards ICICI Bank The investment in 2500 shares of Elsingham DSC Mauritius (Pvt) Ltd has been duly reported to RBI through Authorized Dealer Bank by DSC Limited vide letter dated 15122006 “As regards OCD reporting to RBI the same was duly done and the RBI had confirmed the same vide its order dated 21/7/2010 DSC Limited have duly reported the investment of 2500 shares and aforesaid OCD is in its Returns and Balance Sheets to all Authorities including Income Tax Department H S Narula does not have any income from India thus he is not required to file any Income Tax Return in India” Click here for full coverage on Paradise 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