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Business owners and locals have demanded that the Bogor administration remove specific articles in the smoke-free zone bylaw as they are considered to be hurting local businesses.A number of traders and small and medium enterprise (SMEs) owners filed a judicial review with the Supreme Court over the bylaw on Dec. 5, 2019.Nina Hanafi, a staple food shop owner who also sells cigarettes, deplored an article in the bylaw that prohibits shop owners from displaying pictures of cigarettes. Moreover, Nina claimed business owners were not given information about the bylaw. “A revision of the bylaw should improve the situation,” she said.Speaking on the same occasion, Rommy Prasetya, a local, demanded that the Bogor Council be stricter in overseeing the city administration.“The Bogor Council should oversee regulations made by the city administration. If it is not effective, then what it is for? I don’t know how the council studied the bylaw during its deliberation, especially considering the social and economic impacts,” he said.He also questioned whether the council had carried out a survey to determine how many civil servants and councillors were active smokers, given that there was no special room dedicated for smoking in the new council building.“Public spaces lack areas designated for smoking,” he said. Responding to the issue, Bogor councillor Muaz HD of the Prosperous Justice Party (PKS), who has expressed a similar sentiment, attempted to raise the topic among councillors.“I have suggested that the bylaw be revoked in a formal meeting,” he said.Muaz explained that the 2009 bylaw was not intended to prevent people from smoking but rather to designate more smoke-free areas, such as in public minivans, office buildings and schools.However, he deplored the city administration for failing to designate more smoking areas. “This has caused people to think that the [bylaw] is antismoking,” he said.Muaz said the Bogor administration had received Rp 43 billion (US$3.14 million) in tax revenue from cigarettes in 2019, deeming that amount to be sufficient to provide designated zones for smokers. (sau)Topics : “We want them to assess the impact of that regulation on people who don’t smoke. This has harmed us,” she said during a discussion on the bylaw in Bogor on Thursday.She went on to say that she had removed a banner outside her shop despite it did not explicitly showing a particular cigarette brand, only a similar logo color. The banner also served as her shop’s sign.Nina said her shop was not the only business that had been affected by the regulation.“This worries traders because displaying the name of our shop is very important,” she said.
Such aircraft are complex to control but produce less aerodynamic drag, making them more efficient to fly.Plane makers are revisiting such designs as the passenger jet industry tries to commit to more environmentally friendly aircraft.”We believe it is high time now to push this technology further and study what it brings to us,” Jean-Brice Dumont, executive vice-president of engineering at Airbus, told reporters. “We need these disruptive technologies to meet our environmental challenge. It is the next generation of aircraft; we are studying an option.”He said it was too early to say whether such shapes could contribute to the next generation of medium-haul planes, expected in the 2030s. Topics : Airbus on Tuesday unveiled a curvaceous aircraft design that blends wing and body, designed to slash carbon emissions by some 20%.The European plane maker has been carrying out flight tests of a 3.2-meter-wide (10.5 feet) technology demonstrator, code-named Maveric, at a secret location in central France since last year. It lifted the veil on the design at the Singapore Airshow.The concept of a “blended wing body” design has been around since the 1940s and led to the US B-2 bomber, as well as the X-48 research project between Boeing and NASA a decade ago. Since the previous generation of tests, aerospace has seen improvements in materials that make such aircraft lighter, and computing power has increased, improving flight controls, Dumont said.Airbus is now studying how the cabin would work and how the aircraft would be integrated into airports. One unresolved question is whether such a plane would have windows or use video screens to give passengers a sense of their surroundings.Another issue that has dogged such experiments in the past is how to handle sensations of movement.Because passengers would be sitting further out from the center of the aircraft, compared to the classic ‘tube and wings’ model, they would move further when the aircraft turns. Rival Boeing has put more weight on a potential cargo role.
Elizabeth ‘Libby’ Fiutem Named American Family Insurance ALL-USA Indiana Volleyball Athlete of the Week
Elizabeth ‘Libby’ Fiutem was named American Family Insurance ALL-USA Indiana Athlete of the Week for volleyball in the state by the IndyStar for the week of 9/15.Elizabeth (#14), a junior setter lead a resurgence of OA volleyball. After a 1-9 start, OA is 7-7 in their last 14, 5-1 in the last 6. On 113 serves, she had 38 aces and 70 points, delivered 87 assists on 323 setting attempts, and hit .583 while being selected for National Honor Society during the week of 9/15.Link: http://www.indystar.com/story/sports/high-school/2015/09/23/all-usa-indiana-athletes-week/72593200/Courtesy of Twisters Coach Ned Rogers.
Published on February 6, 2019 at 11:04 pm Contact Andrew: email@example.com | @CraneAndrew Guzal Yusupova stood behind the service line, bounced the ball and leaned back to serve. It was set point during the opening set against No. 19 Virginia’s Amber O’Dell, and Yusupova had just hit a forehand shot into the net. On the second set point, O’Dell overshot a rally to drop the set.O’Dell bounced her racket off the ground in frustration. The UVA freshman couldn’t recover and Yusupova’s straight-set victory trimmed Syracuse’s deficit to 3-2. But it wasn’t enough, as Gabriela Knutson lost her match at first singles.After last Sunday’s loss to Boston College, Yusupova’s winning streak increased to three matches. Knutson, on the other hand, had three straight losses. Heading into the ITA National Indoor Championship in Seattle this weekend, No. 10 Syracuse (4-2, 0-2 ACC) hasn’t handled Knutson’s recent struggles in singles. The Orange are undefeated when Knutson wins in first singles and are 1-2 when she doesn’t. While Yusupova has shined in her first couple of conference matches, the bottom half of the lineup hasn’t contributed enough for SU to pull out victories as its lost two straight matches.“It just comes down to a few points here or there,” senior Dina Hegab said.For Syracuse, victories haven’t come as easy as earlier in the season. The Orange opened their season by dropping only two matches in their first two wins. Against Purdue on Jan. 27, Knutson lost in three sets to No. 19 Silvia Ambrosio. Knutson called it “(Women’s Tennis Association) WTA tennis,” but that Ambrosio made more plays in the end.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textAgainst Virginia, Knutson gave up too many “loose points.” Tied 4-4 in the second set on break point against Virginia’s Meghan Kelley, Knutson sprinted up to the net to play the volley. Instead, Kelley smashed the ball past Knutson. Later that set, trailing 5-3 in the tiebreaker, Knutson double faulted. After the second fault, she didn’t shake the racket, swing her hands or shout at herself like she did earlier in the match. All that followed was a sigh.“It was like a battle with myself, I got up and then I got down,” Knutson said. “It was just up and down, and I hate that.”Two days later, Knutson lost in straight-sets to BC’s unranked Yufei Long in the Orange’s eventual 4-3 loss. Freshman Sofya Treshcheva, who plays at sixth singles, won her first two matches of the year. Then, it took her until last Sunday to pick up her third. Wearing a black arm protective sleeve that stretched from her right shoulder to wrist, Treshcheva dropped her match in straight sets to Virginia two days before that. Hegab clinched four matches in a row for Syracuse to start the season, but hasn’t won a set since.When SU’s struggles in doubles are combined with a Knutson loss, Hegab and Treshcheva need at least one point between the two of them to accumulate four points. Against Virginia, one would have been enough. Against BC, they both needed to win. Neither happened.In those losses, Yusupova carried the latter half of singles slots. After spending her time the last two years in the top of the lineup at Washington State, she’s found success at fourth singles. But her teammates, specifically at fifth and sixth singles, need to follow.The Orange advanced to Seattle for the first time in program history through their depth. Despite Yusupova’s success, shaky doubles play and Knutson’s singles struggles have hurt the Orange. If Syracuse wants to break out of its losing spell, the fifth and sixth singles slots need to rebound.“We’re deep,” head coach Younes Limam said. “And we know that we can get those singles (points).” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+
Nigeriaâ€™s U20 menâ€™s football team, the Flying Eagles, saturday left for Cairo for a two â€“match tour of Egypt as part of the teamâ€™s preparations for the qualifying series of the 2019 Africa U20 Cup of Nations.Head Coach, Paul Aigbogun will lead the new group that is being put together with the mandate not only to return the Flying Eagles to the Africa U20 finals which they missed last year, but also to qualify for the FIFA World Cup and go one better than the Class of 1989 and Class of 2005 that won the silver medals.The trio of Elkanemi Warriorsâ€™ Nur Mohammed, Ikouwem Utin of Enyimba FC and Plateau Unitedâ€™s Eneji Moses, who impressed with the Super Eagles B at the African Nations Championship in Morocco earlier in the year, are in the 23 â€“man squad that will face the Junior Pharaohs. Kano Pillarsâ€™ Nazifi Yahaya, Nasarawa Unitedâ€™s Douglas Achiv and Akwa Unitedâ€™s duo of Duarw Nuhu and Adeshina Gata are also in the contingent.Team Administrator Aliyu Ibrahim Lawal told thenff.com that the Flying Eagles will take on the Junior Pharaohs on Tuesday, 27th March and Thursday, 29th March, with both matches to hold in Alexandria.The seven â€“time African champions will be up against the winner of the preliminary fixture between Sierra Leone and Guinea Bissau in the first round of the qualifiers, with the first leg to hold in either Bissau or Freetown in mid-May. Niger Republic will host the 2019 Africa U20 Cup of Nations.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram
Lakers president Magic Johnson plans to meet with his players this weekend in Philadelphia after weeks of Anthony Davis trade rumors didn’t come to fruition ahead of Thursday’s deadline, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday, citing two unidentified sources with knowledge of the situation.Johnson planned the meeting because, according to the report, he sensed the Lakers “have been weighed down by the persistent trade rumors.” Lonzo Ball celebrates after Lakers don’t trade him at deadline Related News The Times lays out the broad topics for the meeting:— The Lakers, 28-27 and 1 1/2 games out of the No. 8 spot in the Western Conference, need to focus on the 27 regular-season games remaining. — The Davis speculation, while difficult especially for those players mentioned in potential trade scenarios, is part of the business. And the focus of that business for the Lakers is winning championships. Ivica Zubac and Michael Beasley eventually were traded, but Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram, Kyle Kuzma, Josh Hart and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope remain with the team.— Every player will be given a chance to speak, with Johnson hoping to have an open dialogue with his team so they can all move forward together, one Times source said.The meeting comes at an opportune time. Johnson can tell the team that he was impressed with its buzzer-beating road victory Thursday over the Celtics (35-20), ahead of another nationally televised game Sunday against the 76ers (34-20), who also are in the thick of the Eastern Conference playoff race just ahead of the All-Star break.
30 Jan 2012 Tree triumphs in South Africa Toby Tree, a member of the England boys’ squad, gained his first individual triumph on foreign soil when he won the Gauteng North Open at Pecanwood Golf Club in South Africa. A closing round of 70 for 271, 17 under par, left him two strokes ahead of Zander Lombard and four clear of another Springbok in Brandon Stone. Tree (picture © Tom Ward), the 17 year old from the Worthing club in Sussex, bettered par in all four rounds over the course situated north of Johannesburg. An English victory looked remote when his opening 69 left him eight strokes behind Scotsman Paul Shields, who shot a sensational 61. But while Shields added a second round 75, Tree secured two eagles including a two at the 18th hole, to romp round in 66 for 135 which left him a shot behind the new leader Lombard, who added 68 to his opening 66. Round three saw Tree sign for eight birdies, three coming at the closing three holes, in another 66 for 201, which saw him edge a shot in front of Lombard going into the final day. Then, despite an eagle and four birdies, he carded 70 yet increased his advantage over Lombard who returned 71. Overall, the England boy international and former English under 14 and under 16 Champion, had three eagles and 21 birdies in his four rounds. Leading final scores: 271 T Tree (Eng) 69 66 66 70 273 Z Lombard (SA) 66 68 68 71 275 B Stone (SA) 67 72 67 69
Image Courtesy: Reuters/APAdvertisement 2alnjjNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsv7qWingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E9cv9k( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) n414Would you ever consider trying this?😱6kg8Can your students do this? 🌚5Roller skating! Powered by Firework Brazilian footballing icon Ronaldinho became the centre of controversy last month after he was arrested in Paraguay for allegedly entering the country with fake passport. A month has passed since the former Barcelona and AC Milan star was put in detention, as court hearings and new facts turned up in the case, as the player’s lawyer pushed for a bail. Now, Ronaldinho has finally seen himself out from the prison after 32 days- but has been put in house arrest in a hotel. Advertisement Image Courtesy: Reuters/APAlong with his brother Roberto de Assis Moreira, Ronaldinho arrived in the country with fake passports, arranged by a charitable foundation named ‘Angelic Fraternity’, which invited the iconic footballer for an event.However, after police seized their rooms at the Resort Yacht & Golf Club Paraguayo for the fake ids, the brothers were put behind bars in Asunción, the capital of Paraguay last month.Advertisement The 2005 Ballon d’Or winner’s laywer Sergio Queiroz was already pushing for a temporary bail,, gave clearance to Ronaldinho and his brother for being oblivious about the passports being faked.Despite new allegations were raised towards the foundation’s administrator Dalia Lopez, and also a businessman named Wilmondes Sousa Lira for giving the brothers the fake ids, an appeal for bail was at first rejected by the court in March.Advertisement However, the 40 year old former attacking midfielder and his brother is now out of his detention, but is now put under house arrest in Hotel Palmaroga, located in downtown Asunción, as Judge Gustavo Amarilla confirmed to reporters in a news conference.“I have the assurance of the hotel managers that they, at their own expense, can observe house arrest there,” the judge said.Due to the novel Coronavirus pandemic, the city is observing a lock down, and the hearing had to take place through mobile communication with the defence lawyer and public prosecutor.During his time in detention for more than a month, the 2002 World Cup winner had no shortage of popularity amongst the inmates, and even took part in a recent prison football match, and scored 5 goals.Also read-Rohit Sharma and Yuvraj Singh discuss the changing landscape of the Indian dressing roomMahesh Bhupathi’s 2-year-old niece brightens up bleak times with her message to Covid-19 Advertisement
LOCAL RUNNERS SAN ONOFRE, WILD DUDE & COASTLINE ALL PROMINENT, ALONG WITH MIDWEST INVADER SUBTLE INDIAN, IN SATURDAY’S GRADE II, $200,000 KONA GOLD STAKES AT 6 ½ FURLONGS
WILD DUDE: One of three Jerry Hollendorfer-trained entrants, this 6-year-old Florida-bred horse by Wildcat Heir was second, beaten one length by San Onofre, as the even money favorite in the Los Angeles Stakes April 16 with Kent Desormeaux up. He’ll be reunited with Rafael Bejarano on Saturday, and although he drew the rail, he is a perfect two for two from that post and will hope for a lively pace. A winner of the Grade I, six furlong Santa Anita Sprint Championship four starts back on Oct. 3, Wild Dude is a four-time graded stakes winning sprinter who also took Del Mar’s Grade I, six furlong Bing Crosby Stakes on July 26. A nationally prominent sprinter dating back to February, 2014, Wild Dude, who is owned by Hollendorfer and Green Smith, Jr., is 21-7-5-4 overall with earnings of $975,232. DREAM SATURDAY: Owned by Top Racing, LLC, he’s been away since Aug. 9 at Saratoga and will be making his first start for Hollendorfer on Saturday. Third, beaten 2 ¼ lengths three starts back in the Grade I, seven furlong Carter Handicap at Aqueduct on April 4, this 5-year-old horse by Any Given Saturday has an impressive local work tab to his credit as he seeks his initial stakes win with Mike Smith aboard for the first time. With a win from two starts at 6 ½ furlongs, Dream Saturday is 12-4-2-1 overall with earnings of $198,156. SUBTLE INDIAN: A 4-year-old Kentucky-bred gelding by Indian Charlie, Subtle Indian comes off a huge gate to wire win in the Grade III, six furlong Count Fleet Sprint Handicap at Oaklawn Park on April 10. Trained by Robertino Diodoro and owned by Mercedes Stables, LLC, Subtle Indian, who broke from the rail in a field of nine, won the Count Fleet by 3 ¾ lengths and dating back to Jan. 15, rattled off four consecutive sprint wins at Oaklawn. With seven wins from nine overall starts, Subtle Indian figures to be well-backed in the betting with regular rider Ramon Vazquez shipping in for what his connections hope will be his fifth consecutive win. With six of his seven wins coming at Oaklawn Park, Subtle Indian has earnings of $500,300. KAFISTER: Trained by David Bernstein, this 6-year-old Kentucky-bred gelding by Kafwain is a nose shy of having won three starts in a row. A game nose winner of a six furlong classified allowance here on March 25, Kafister, who was claimed by Bernstein for $20,000 some 16 starts back in March, 2014, has been in the money in his last seven starts, winning his last two. Owned by longtime clients Alan Aidekman and Gaylord Ailshie, Kafister is razor sharp, but will be making his first added money start since running fourth in his third career start, Santa Anita’s Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint. Kafister, who will be ridden for the first time by Flavien Prat, is 26-11-3-4 overall with earnings of $324,450. THE GRADE II KONA GOLD STAKES IN POST POSITION ORDER WITH JOCKEYS & WEIGHTSRace 9 (of 11) ARCADIA, Calif. (May 18, 2016)–With recent graded stakes winner San Onofre leading the way, several locally based sprinters such as Wild Dude, Coastline, Cherubim, Sahara Sky and Kafister, along with out of state invaders Subtle Indian and Dream Saturday, all loom dangerous in Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 Kona Gold Stakes, for older horses at 6 ½ furlongs. Named for trainer Bruce Headley’s Eclipse Award winning sprinter (2000), the Kona Gold has attracted a wide-open field of 10. Wild Dude–Rafael Bejarano–122Souper Knight–Abel Lezcano–120Cautious Knight–Santiago Gonzalez–120Coastline–Tyler Baze–120Cherubim–Tiago Pereira–120Dream Saturday–Mike Smith–120Subtle Indian–Ramon Vazquez–120Kafister–Flavien Prat–120Sahara Sky–Martin Garcia–120San Onofre–Edwin Maldonado–120Saturday is Preakness Day at Santa Anita. Admission gates will open early at 8 a.m. First live race post time is at 12 noon. For scratches, late changes and complete morning line information, please visit santaanita.com. SAN ONOFRE: Trained by Karen Headley, bred by her father, trainer Bruce Headley and owned by the family’s Matson Racing, San Onofre relished his outside post position in the Grade III, 5 ½ furlong Los Angeles Stakes on April 16, as he stalked a fast pace and went on to an authoritative one length win under Edwin Maldonado. A 6-year-old California-bred gelding by Surf Cat, San Onofre will again break from the far outside and will hope for a similar trip in the Kona Gold. With four wins and as many seconds from 11 starts at Santa Anita, San Onofre has six wins from 13 overall starts and earnings of $402,385. SAHARA SKY: Trained and owned in-part by Hollendorfer and Kim Lloyd’s Sweetwater Stable, this 8-year-old son of Pleasant Tap gained national acclaim when he won the prestigious Grade I Metropolitan (Mile) Handicap at Belmont Park in May, 2013. A dedicated deep closer, Sahara Sky’s last win came eight starts back in Santa Anita’s Grade II, seven furlong San Carlos Stakes in March, 2014. Third, beaten one length in the Kona Gold 13 months ago, Sahara Sky, who is now based with Hollendorfer at Golden Gate Fields, was likely in need of his a last race there, as he had been away nine months prior to finishing fifth in a six furlong classified allowance on April 23. Classy Sahara Sky, who will be ridden for the first time by Martin Garcia, has three wins from seven starts at 6 ½ furlongs and is 25-8-4 overall, with earnings of $1,180,238. COASTLINE: One of two Phil D’Amato-trained horses in the lineup, this 5-year-old horse by Speightstown comes off a good second, beaten a length and a quarter, by top sprinter Kobe’s Back here in the Grade II, seven furlong San Carlos Stakes on March 12. Originally based in the Midwest, Coastline, who is owned by Agave Racing Stable or Jaam Racing, Inc., won the restricted Clockers’ Corner Stakes at 6 ½ furlongs down the hillside turf two starts back and will be making his fourth start for D’Amato in the Kona Gold. In his first-ever start at 6 ½ furlongs on dirt, Coastline should be mid-pack early with Tyler Baze riding him back. A winner of five of 20 overall starts, he has earnings of $396,806. CHERUBIM: Trained by D’Amato, this 5-year-old Henny Hughes gelding posted a game nose victory in a 6 ½ furlong classified allowance at Los Alamitos on April 22 but will take a steep raise in class in the Kona Gold. Prior to his win at Los Alamitos, Cherubim had been idle since running second in the restricted Pirate’s Bounty Stakes going six furlongs at Del Mar on Sept. 7. Owned by Gerald Frankel, Cherubim, who is 13-3-5-1 overall, will be making his first graded stakes assignment with regular rider Tiago Pereira set to ride back.