Log in with your social account Indonesia electricity PLN agreement Sebuku-Iron smelter South-Kalimantan Linkedin State-owned electricity company PLN has signed a large power supply deal with a major iron mining company in South Kalimantan as the country’s largest power producer expands operations in mineral-rich regions ahead of an incoming tide of metal smelters.Under the agreement signed in Jakarta on Jan.31, PLN will provide 30 megawatt (MW) to an iron smelter owned by PT Sebuku Iron Lateritic Ores (SILO) on Sebuku Island in Kotabaru regency.However, PLN will have to build a nearly 40 kilometer power grid to connect the smelter to the company’s distribution network in Kotabaru, South Kalimantan.In addition to SILO, which will become PLN’s second-largest buyer in the province, the electricity company also expects to secure contracts to provide power to other mineral ore smelters under construction in the region. “The electricity … Google Facebook Topics : Forgot Password ? LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here
Both the vote and the parade had to be rescheduled due to the lockdown.On Thursday, Moscow mayor Sergei Sobyanin discouraged people from attending mass events. “This is a major risk for you, your children, and your loved ones,” he said in televised remarks.On Friday, Russia reported 8,987 new coronavirus infections from Thursday, taking the total to 511,423 cases.The capital — Europe’s most populous city with more than 12 million residents — confirmed 1,714 new cases.Moscow lifted restrictions including compulsory travel passes on Tuesday, a move welcomed by residents who rushed outdoors to enjoy the sunshine.Russia has confirmed a total of 6,715 coronavirus deaths, a far lower mortality rate than in other countries with large outbreaks.Critics have cast doubt on those figures and accused authorities of under-reporting to play down the scale of the crisis.After the criticism Moscow health officials have adjusted how they report numbers.On Wednesday, officials said the capital recorded its highest fatality count in a decade last month, with more than one-third of the deaths due to the coronavirus. The city’s health department said a total of 15,713 people died in May.It was the largest number of deaths since the summer of 2010 when Moscow was battered by an unprecedented heatwave. Topics : President Vladimir Putin on Friday was set to make his first public appearance after weeks of lockdown as Russia reported nearly 9,000 new coronavirus cases in one day.Russia, the country with the world’s third-largest coronavirus outbreak, this week lifted tight lockdown restrictions as Putin sets the stage for a vote on July 1 that could extend his hold on power until 2036.On Friday, the country celebrated Russia Day, a public holiday, and Putin, 67, will mark the occasion by giving out awards in the Kremlin and raising the Russian tri-color during a ceremony in western Moscow. On Friday evening authorities will stage a concert on Red Square, insisting however that those in attendance will respect social distancing rules.Even though infections have been declining, many doctors and Kremlin critics say the lockdown restrictions have been lifted prematurely in Moscow, the epicenter of the Russian outbreak. Critics accuse Putin of rushing to drum up support ahead of the controversial constitutional vote as his approval ratings fall, according to independent pollsters.On June 24, Putin will also preside over a massive military parade to mark Soviet victory in World War II.
The 7th grade St. Louis Lady Cardinals beat Mt. Carmel 31 to 28 Thursday January 22nd.All the girls played very well and contributed to the first win of the season.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Laura Grote.The St. Louis 8th grade girls had their first game of the season. Although we weren’t able to pull off the win they played a great game against the Mt. Carmel Vikings.Offensively buckets fell from the following Harlee Masavage with 10, Sydney Schutte with 6, Grace Laudick with 4, and both Molly Wachsmann and GiGi Dreyer had 1 each. Defensively Molly Wachsmann was not only pulling down rebounds but able to execute the press with a steal several times. GiGi and Sydney were pulling down rebounds for both offense and defense. Mindy Eckstein and Harlee Masavage did a great job on defense. Good game ladies.Courtesy of Cardinals Coach Erin Trenkamp.
Oldenburg, IN—Students in their Freshman Theology classes had the opportunity to go on “pilgrimage” recently without leaving Oldenburg Academy’s campus. They participated in a simulation based on the Hispanic tradition of La Posadas, a ritual usually enacted in the days leading up to Christmas. The students silently moved throughout the Motherhouse of the Sisters of St. Francis, chanting a simple song as they sought welcome and a “room”. They were symbolically turned away at every door until they reached the last one where they were invited in to place the baby Jesus in his crib and then enjoy some chips and salsa. Throughout their journey, they were invited by their teacher Emma Lindle to carry the loneliness and isolation of so many in our world today and pray for them. The Sisters who helped is this staging were S. Noella Poinsette, S. Barb Hileman, S. Laurina Schneider, S. Kate Holohan, Sr. Laure Poeling, S. Agnes Wilhelm, Sr. Ruth Eggering, S. Kathleen Branham and Associate Directors Carolyn Meyer and Jane Schaefer.
Val De Ferbet finished second for the Willie Mullins team as Ballynagour landed the Grade Two spoils for trainer David Pipe in the Prix la Barka at Auteuil. Tom Scudamore brought the 7-1 winner through to lead after holding a handy position for most of the two-mile-five-and-a-half-furlong contest. Ballynagour, a faller in the Punchestown Gold Cup on his previous start, pulled clear to win by five lengths from Val De Ferbet, who stayed on well from the rear under Ruby Walsh. Mullins’ other runner Gitane Du Berlais weakened out of contention after setting the pace, while the Paul Nicholls-trained Silsol had nothing left in the closing stages. Scudamore was understandably delighted at riding his first winner at the headquarters of French jump racing. He said: “It was a great thrill to come here and to have a winner at Auteuil is wonderful. I’m absolutely thrilled. It was only my second trip over here, so to win a Grade Two is fantastic. “He deserved to win another big race. He just got touched off at Aintree (by Silviniaco Conti in the Betfred Bowl). T hat was frustrating, but he’s more than made up for it. It was a great performance.” Press Association
“It has the same intensity as the Superclasico (River Plate v Boca Juniors) back home,” he said. “The fans make it very intense and when they scream you know you are in a derby. “In Argentina, I played around six or seven derbies so for me I felt normal and it was good. “Premier League football is very physical and the intensity of the game is high. “I have to keep adapting to the Premier League, but I really like it and I’m enjoying my moment and I want to keep playing.” Shorn of three of their regular back four in Seamus Coleman, John Stones and Leighton Baines, the stand-ins have stepped up and did a good job keeping Liverpool quiet in Sunday’s 1-1 draw at Goodison Park. Tyias Browning, Brendan Galloway and Ramiro Funes Mori had just 17 minutes of derby experience between them – all belonging to Browning – but they helped extend Everton’s unbeaten run to seven matches in all competitions. Everton manager Roberto Martinez has been impressed with how his inexperienced, makeshift defence has coped in recent weeks. “Tyias performed with defensive arrogance, Brendan brings a smile to your face and Funes Mori and Phil Jagielka looked like a partnership that had been performing for years,” Martinez said. “Phil Jagielka has been the most consistent and best English centre-back in the last 12 months. It is no coincidence anyone around him performs.” Captain Jagielka is the only Toffees defender to play every minute of every match this season. He, too, has been pleased with way the replacements have slotted in during an injury crisis. “We knew with injuries it would be a test for the lads and they tried their hardest,” he told evertontv. “It is all part of their learning curve and fantastic for them. “It is also great for Ramiro getting this game time and learning the English game.” Funes Mori was signed from Argentinian club River Plate late in the transfer window for £9.5million but his display in the derby showed his quality. Press Association
THE historic Albion Community Centre, home of Albion Cricket Club, will host its second annual 10/10 cricket tournament on Sunday, August 4, for eight second division teams.This was announced by Public Relations Officer of the Albion Community Centre Cricket Club (ACCCC), David Brigbhukan, on Tuesday afternoon during a press conference held at the Albion Community Centre.Present were: West Indies cricketer Devendra Bishoo, president of the ACCCC Vemen Walters, vice-president Imtiaz Baccus and other executives of the club, representatives of sponsors along with representatives of the eight participating teams.The eight teams include Fyrish Cricket Club, Chesney Cricket Club, Jai Hind Cricket Club, Tamarind Root Cricket Club, Belvedere United Cricket Club, Hamid X1, hosts ACCCC and Kendals Union Sports Club.Action is expected to commence at 09:00hrs and the final will be played under floodlights. The first round of action will see Tamarind Root going up against Kendal’s Union while round two will engage a keen rivalry between Chesney and Albion Cricket Club. The intensity will heat up in round three as Fyrish do battle with Belvedere United and the final round will have Hamid X1 versus Jai Hind.It was mentioned at the launch that the winning team will pocket $50 000 and a beautiful trophy while runners-up will receive $30 000 and a trophy.In addition, the batsman scoring the most runs in the final will take home a trophy for his efforts. The bowler with the most wickets, along with the player-of-the-match in the final, will all receive their spoils.The official water for this event is Crystal Water, imported from Trinidad by Permaul’s Trading and Distribution. Other sponsors are Sueria Manufacturing Inc., Spready’s Bakery, Trophy Stall and National Sports Commission.Patrons will be in for a day filled with keen rivalry. Side attractions include Trampoline for the kids.Proceeds from this event will go towards further development of ACCCC.
Published on April 18, 2015 at 7:04 pm Facebook Twitter Google+ Syracuse (17-24, 1-12 Atlantic Coast) found two different ways to lose on a Saturday doubleheader with No. 25 Notre Dame (36-11, 15-5) in South Bend, Indiana. In the first game, SU lost 10-1 in five innings by virtue of the mercy rule before falling 7-6 in a back and forth battle.Starting pitcher Jocelyn Cater struggled through three innings in the opener, giving up eight runs on six hits, while walking and striking out five.Offensively, the Orange couldn’t get anything going against Notre Dame pitcher Allie Rhodes, who pitched the entire game for her 14th win of the season.The Fighting Irish took an eight-run lead into the fourth inning when SU’s offense found some life. Center fielder Mary Dombrowski scored on a Sammy Fernandez sacrifice fly.But that would prove to be the only Orange offense in the game. Lindsey Larkin came in to pitch the bottom of the fourth and gave up two more runs but SU couldn’t answer back in the fifth, ending the game.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse’s offense woke up in the first inning of game two when Julie Wambold and Corinne Ozanne hit back-to-back doubles to open the scoring.Notre Dame tied the score against AnnaMarie Gatti in the third before the Syracuse bats came back in the fourth. Each team would score two in the fourth and three in fifth, heading into the sixth inning locked in a 6-6 tie.The Orange couldn’t get anything going in the inning but Notre Dame hit back-to-back, two out doubles in the bottom half of the sixth to take a one run lead. The Fighting Irish brought Rhodes back into the game in the fifth.Aside from one hit and one run, the Notre Dame ace shut down SU again and took the win after a one-two-three seventh inning.The teams play again on Sunday at noon in South Bend for SU’s final conference road test of the year. Comments
Mary Kelly, a distinguished artist, scholar and educator, will join the USC faculty this fall as a Judge Widney Professor. According to USC News, Kelly will be the first fine artist and the first woman to be honored as a Judge Widney Professor. Named after USC’s founder Judge Robert Maclay Widney, the title is reserved for exemplary individuals from the arts, sciences, humanities, business and leadership fields. Kelly is known for her project-based work surrounding topics such as sexuality, identity and historical memory in the form of large-scale narrative installations. According to USC News, her works have influenced the evolution and critique of conceptual art. Her early arts, which explores the mother-child relationship through a series of works focused on war, and her most recent work on intergenerational history have driven and informed discourse surrounding feminism and postmodernism art. As a Widney Professor of Art, Kelly will join the Roski School of Art and Design faculty to mentor and educate Roski students. Previously, she held a 21-year tenure as a distinguished professor of art and critical theory at the University of California, Los Angeles. Kelly’s work has been exhibited at MOCA Los Angeles, MOCA Chicago, the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York, the Generali Foundation in Vienna, the Institute for Contemporary Art in London, Moderna Museet in Stockholm, The Vancouver Art Gallery, the Whitney Museum in New York and more. Her work as also been featured in international exhibitions such as The Whitney Biennial, The Biennale of Sydney and documenta 12. Kelly is acclaimed for her theoretical writings on art. Her published works include Imaging Desire and Post-Partum Document. She has received fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, and honorary doctorates from the University of Wolverhampton, in England and Lund University in Sweden.
Extremely exciting match between U17 national basketball team of BiH and Australia at the World Cup in Spain broke the record of views on live stream of FIBA.The match was followed by almost 200,000 people through live stream on Facebook and YouTube, which is the highest number ever, of course, when it comes to matches of young players.A total of 111,230 users followed the match on Facebook, together with 85,231 viewers on YouTube.The biggest number of viewers at the same moment was 24,000, which is only 1,000 less than FIBA’s record that was set during stream of the draw for the World Cup for seniors in 2014. Unfortunately, BiH national team was defeated by their peers from Australia.This year’s World Cup for cadets attracted more than 2 million viewers. On average, matches of men’s team were watched by 33,000 people, and 10,000 people followed the women’s matches.FIBA promised to broadcast a total of 480 matches of young players in the duration of 840 hours all across the globe this year through their Facebook and YouTube.(Source: klix.ba)