Google Facebook Forgot Password ? Since being appointed defense minister in October, Prabowo has visited several countries in an effort to modernize the Indonesian Military and strengthen defense diplomacy in general.His latest destination was the United Arab Emirates, where he signed a defense cooperation agreement with his counterpart Mohammed Ahmed Al Bowardi on Feb. 24.The visits to various countries, including China, Russia, South Korea, Turkey, Germany and France, were meant to fulfill the Minimum Essential Force (MEF) provision by scouting for and procuring weapons systems from those countries.However, there is one notable omission from Prabowo’s world tour: the United States, despite its historical role as the country’s biggest supplier of military hardware.Prabowo, a retired three-star army general, has been barred from visiting the US because of alleged human rights abuses. This lead… Linkedin LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Log in with your social account Topics : Prabowo-Subianto F-16 F-16-Fighting-Falcon AH-64-Apache C-130-Hercules Al-Araf Connie-Rahakundini-Bakrie Sukhoi-jet-fighters Su-35 united-states MEF minimum-essential-force
Press Release, Weather Safety Harrisburg, PA – With a slow-moving winter storm expected to bring snow, sleet, ice accumulation and rain across the state lasting into Wednesday, Governor Tom Wolf today reminded Pennsylvanians that the state of emergency declaration he signed in January remains in effect to allow for increased assistance with storm-related needs.“I want all Pennsylvanians to be vigilant in traveling safely as winter weather again makes its way across Pennsylvania for much of this afternoon through early Wednesday,” Governor Wolf said. “The Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency (PEMA) has been in contact with state agencies involved in weather-related activities, including PennDOT and local emergency management agencies to make certain we are prepared.”“Pennsylvania is a large state, and storms like these affect regions throughout the commonwealth very differently from one another,” said Acting PEMA Director Randy Padfield. “We encourage everyone to stay tuned into their local news for important storm updates. In the meantime, PEMA is actively monitoring the storm in coordination with other state agencies and our partners in local government to help them meet any unmet needs that may arise.”Much of the state is under a winter weather advisory or warning. Accumulations vary, but many can expect to see 4 to 6 inches through Wednesday; the northernmost counties could get up to 8 inches and southwestern Pennsylvania will see the least amount of snow at less than 2 inches.Snow followed by ice, which could accumulate up to one-half inch in higher elevations and one-tenth to one-quarter of an inch across much of the state, is also forecast.PennDOT and the PA Turnpike are implementing phased restrictions through the storm. Depending on conditions, restrictions may be expanded or reduced. See a map of planned restrictions at www.penndot.gov. When restrictions are in effect, see www.511PA.com.The governor’s continuing emergency declaration authorizes state agencies to use all available resources and personnel, as necessary, to cope with the magnitude and severity of the storm’s impacts. The time-consuming bid and contract procedures, as well as other formalities normally prescribed by law, are waived for the duration of the proclamation.It is important to note that the declaration does not restrict citizens from travel on commonwealth roadways, but motorists should be aware of restrictions that are in place and heed the guidance of local authorities.To help make decisions regarding winter travel, motorists are encouraged to “Know Before You Go” by checking conditions on more than 40,000 roadway miles, including color-coded winter conditions on 2,900 miles, by visiting www.511PA.com. 511PA, which is free and available 24 hours a day, provides traffic delay warnings, weather forecasts, traffic speed information and access to more than 860 traffic cameras. Users can also see plow truck statuses and travel alerts along a specific route using the “Check My Route” tool.511PA is also available through a smartphone application for iPhone and Android devices, by calling 5-1-1, or by following regional Twitter alerts accessible on the 511PA website.A vehicle emergency kit should be prepared or restocked with items such as non-perishable food, water, first-aid supplies, warm clothes, a blanket, cell phone charger and a small snow shovel. Motorists should tailor their kits to any specific needs that they or their families have such as baby supplies, extra medication and pet supplies.PEMA works with county emergency management personnel to monitor unmet local needs during inclement weather affecting travel, utilities, and shelter. You are encouraged to monitor state agency social media accounts for the most up-to-date information on any emergency or weather-related situation affecting the state, in addition to any social media accounts for your local emergency management offices.Motorists should be aware that all vehicles should be fully clear of ice and snow before winter travel. If snow or ice is dislodged or falls from a moving vehicle and strikes another vehicle or pedestrian causing death or serious bodily injury, the operator of that vehicle could receive a $200 to $1,000 fine.When winter weather occurs, PennDOT urges drivers to be extra cautious around operating snow-removal equipment. When encountering a plow truck, drivers should:Stay at least six car lengths behind an operating plow truck and remember that the main plow is wider than the truck.Be alert since plow trucks generally travel much more slowly than other traffic.When a plow truck is traveling toward you, move as far away from the center of the road as is safely possible, and remember that snow can obscure the actual snow plow width.Never try to pass or get between several trucks plowing side by side in a “plow train.” The weight of the snow thrown from the plow can quickly cause smaller vehicles to lose control, creating a hazard for nearby vehicles.Never travel next to a plow truck since there are blind spots where the operator can’t see, and they can occasionally be moved sideways when hitting drifts or heavy snowpack.Keep your lights on to help the operator better see your vehicle. Also remember that under Pennsylvania state law, vehicle lights must be on every time a vehicle’s wipers are on due to inclement weather.In addition to driving safely around plows, motorists are urged to drive according to conditions. If motorists encounter snow or ice-covered roads, they should slow down, increase their following distance and avoid distractions. Last winter in Pennsylvania, preliminary data shows that there were 440 crashes resulting in 221 injuries on snowy, slushy or ice-covered roadways where aggressive-driving behaviors such as speeding or making careless lane changes were factors.To report an accident or other emergencies on the PA Turnpike, dial *11 on your mobile phone. If there is an accident, move the car out of travel lane and onto shoulder, if possible, and stay in the vehicle. For more information about PA Turnpike conditions, follow the conversation by using www.paturnpike.com/travel/twitter. You may also see advisories by clicking on the travel ticker on www.PATurnpike.com.PennDOT has created a Winter Safety media center, including social-media-sized graphics highlighting winter driving preparations and operations at www.penndot.gov in the “Media Center” under the “About Us” footer.For more information on safe winter travel, an emergency kit checklist and information on PennDOT’s winter operations including a video, visit PennDOT.gov/winter. Additional winter driving and other highway safety information is available at PennDOT.gov/safety.Follow the conversation by using #PAWinter on Twitter at www.twitter.com/PennDOTNews and visit the department on Facebook at www.facebook.com/PennsylvaniaDepartmentofTransportation to view a winter emergency kit video.“With safety our priority, I remind everyone to please heed warnings from emergency responders and personnel, and remember to check on your neighbors, especially the elderly,” Gov. Wolf said. “Let’s all do our part to be prepared and safe during this stretch of winter weather.” February 11, 2019 SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Pennsylvania Prepared as Winter Storm Set to Impact State Through Wednesday
This co-incided with provider Centraal Beheer Achmea’s decision to terminate its services, as its contract for re-insured pension arrangements could not legally be renewed.The sponsors of PSS had carried out a significant reorganisation in 2015, resulting in the number of employees being nearly halved to just over 500.According to the annual report, the scheme’s accountability body (VO) cited growing compliance requirements as a major hurdle to continuing PSS as an independent pension fund.PSS reported administration costs of €443 per participant over 2015, spending 0.24% on asset management.Security had its pensions re-insured with Centraal Beheer, while its administration was carried out bij Centraal Beheer Achmea.In 2015, its asset management was carried out by BMO Global Asset Management, BlackRock and KAS Bank.As of the end of September, PSS’s funding stood at 101.7%, while Vervoer reported a coverage of 98.9% at the end of November.PSS has more than 2,000 participants in total, with deferred members and pensioners numbering about 1,245 and 280, respectively. Security, the €178m Dutch pension fund of SecurCash, has joined the €21.5bn sector-wide scheme for private road transportation Vervoer.Vervoer said Security – also known as PSS – transferred the pension rights of all its participants and pensioners as of 1 January, and that new pensions rights would be accrued under the pension plan for the sector for professional road haulage.PSS carried out the pension plan for SecurCash Netherlands and SecurCash Geldverwerking, which includes value transport firm Brinks.According to the scheme’s 2015 annual report, its sponsors have cancelled the contract for pensions provision with the scheme because of the low number of active participants and increasing costs.
Rescue work continued overnight intoSunday – with 17 people missing. Over 2,500 people were evacuated fromtheir homes. The victims were buried in landslidesor washed away in floods after intense rain on Friday and Saturday. The Brazilian weather service said onSaturday the state capital of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, had 17cm (seveninches) of rain in one 24-hour period – the heaviest rainfall since recordswere first kept 110 years ago.(BBC) Rescuers continue to search for the missing victims of landslides that killed 30 people in Brazil. AFP/GETTY IMAGES BRAZIL – At least 30 people have diedduring severe rainstorms in Minas Gerais state, authorities said.
Those surviving who will cherish Charles’ memory include his wife, Pamela Conner; son, Nathan (Sarah) Bates of Fairland; daughter, Ashley Parrish of Greenwood; 2 grandchildren, Rylend and Landon Bates; one sister, Jerrie Hinson of Las Vegas, NV, and one brother, Phillip (Susan) Conner of New Castle. Besides his parents, he was preceded in death by one brother, Larry Lamance and a sister, Patricia Pierce. A Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. Memorial contributions can be made to the Everton Fire Department, 5495 IN-1, Connersville, IN 47331. To sign the online guestbook please visit www.cookrosenberger.com. The staff of Cook Rosenberger Funeral Home is honored to care for the family of Charles Conner. Charles M. “Buffalo” Conner, of Connersville, was born on May 1, 1956 in New Castle, the son of Dalton and Della York Conner. He worked for Duke Energy for 38 years in substation maintenance and retired in July of 2017. After being together almost 23 years, Charles surprised his love, Pamela Bates with a marriage proposal and on May 8, 2015 they tied the knot. He enjoyed dogs; training German Shepherds for 34 years, and was part of the Everton Water Board. On Wednesday, March 21, 2018 at the age of 61, Charles passed away at Reid Health in Richmond.
New Delhi: The Indian Super League (ISL) 2018-19 is set to begin from 29th September 2019 from 7:30 pm IST onwards. In the opening match, two-time champions ATK face two-time finalists Kerala Blasters at Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata. All the 10 teams have almost completed their pre-season tours and are ready to hit the ground running as they all eye the ISL trophy this year.Each of the teams have strengthened themselves for the league with some greats of the game like Tim Cahill, Carlos Pena, Gianni Zuiverloon are ready to showcase their class in front of the Indian audience.ALSO READ: Rohit Sharma becomes fastest Indian to hit 300 sixesLet us take a look at the squads of ISL 2018-19 season:NORTHEAST UNITED FCHead Coach: Eelco SchattorieGoalkeepers: Gurmeet, Pawan Kumar, TP ReheneshDefenders: Gurwinder Singh, Keegan Pereira, Reagan Singh, Mato Grgic, Mislav Komorski, Pawan Kumar, Provat Lakra, Robert Lalthlamuana, Simranjeet SinghMidfielders: Federico Gallego, Jose Leudo, Lalrempuia Fanai, Lalthathanga Khawlhring, Nikhil Kadam, Redeem Tlang, Rowllin Borges, Rupert NongrumForwards: Augustine Okrah, Bartholomew Ogbeche, Girik Khosla, Juan Mascia, Kivi ZhimomiALSO READ: India vs Pakistan: Player ratings as India defeat PakistanBENGALURU FCHead Coach: Carles CuadratGoal Keepers: Aditya Patra, Gurpreet Singh Sandhu, Soram PoreiDefenders: Albert Serran, Asheer Akhtar, Gursimrat Singh, Harmanjot Khabra, Juanan, Nishu Kumar, Rahul Bheke, Rino Anto, Sairuat KimaMidfielders: Ajay Chhetri, Altamash Sayed, Bidyananda Singh, Boithang Haokip, Chencho Gyeltshen, Dimas Delgado, Eric Paartalu, Xisco Hernandez, Kean Lewis, Udanta SinghForwards: Miku, Sunil Chhetri, Semboi HaokipJAMSHEDPUR FCHead Coach: Cesar FerrandoGoalkeepers: Rafique Ali, Subhasish Roy, Subrata PaulDefenders: Dhanachandra Singh, Tiri, Karan Amin, Pratik Chowdhary, Raju Gaikwad, Robin Gurung, Sanjay Balmuchu, Yumnam RajuMidfielders: Bikash Jairu, Carlos Calvo, Memo, Jerry Mawhmingthanga, Mario Arques, Michael Soosairaj, Mobashir Rahman, Pablo Morgado, Vishal DasForwards: Farukh Choudhary, Gourav Mukhi, Sergio Cidoncha, Sumeet Passi, Tim Cahill.ATKHead Coach: Stephen CoppellGoalkeepers: Arindam Bhattacharja, Avilash Paul, Debjit MajumderDefenders: Aiborlang Khongjee, Andre Bikey, Arnab Mondal, Gerson Vieira, John Johnson, Sena Ralte, Prabir Das, Ricky LallawmawmaMidfielders: Cavin Lobo, El Maimounie Noussair, Eugenson Lyngdoh, Hitesh Sharma, Jayesh Rane, Komal Thatal, Malsawmzuala, Manuel Lanzarote, Pranay Halder, SK Faiaz, Yumam Singh.Forwards: Balwant Singh, Everton Santos, Kalu UcheFC GOAHead Coach: Sergio LoberaGoalkeepers: Lalthuammawia Ralte, Laxmikant Kattimani, Mohammad Nawaz.Defenders: Carlos Pena, Chinglensana Singh, Lalhmangaihsanga, Mohamed Ali, Nirmal Chhetri, Saviour Gama, Mourtada Fall, Seriton FernandesMidfielders: Ahmed Jahouh, Brandon Fernandes, Edu Bedia, Hugo Boumous, Imran Khan, Jackichand Singh, Lenny Rodrigues, Mandar Rao Dessai, Miguel Fernandez, Pratesh Shirodkar, Princeton RebelloForwards: Ferran Corominas, Liston Colaco, Manvir SInghCHENNAIYIN FCHead Coach: John GregoryGoalkeepers: Karanjit Singh, Nikhil Bernard, Sanjiban GhoshDefenders: Eli Sabia, Hendry Antonay, Inigo Calderon, Jerry Lalrinzuala, Laldinliana Renthlei, Mailson Alves, Tondonba Singh, Zohmingliana Ralte.Midfielders: Andrea Orlandi, Anirudh Thapa, Bedashwor Singh, Dhanpal Ganesh, Francisco Fernandes, Germanpreet Singh, Gregory Nelson, Isaac Vanmalsawma, Thoi Singh, Pandian Srinivasan, Raphael Augusto.Forwards: Carlos Salom, Jeje Lalpekhlua, Mohammed Rafi.DELHI DYNAMOS FCHead Coach: Josep GombauGoalkeepers: Albino Gomes, Francisco Dorronsoro, Shayan RoyDefenders: Amit Tudu, Gianni Zuiverloon, Jayananda Moirangthem, Marti Crespi, Mohammed Dhot, Narayan Das, Pradeep Mohanraj, Pritam Kotal, Rana Gharami.Midfielders: Adria Carmona, Bikramjit Singh, Lallianzuala Chhangte, Marcos Tebar, Nandhakumar Sekar, Rene Mihelic, Romeo Fernandes, Shubham Sarangi, Siam Hanghal, Vinit Rai.Forwards: Andrija Kaludjerovic, Daniel Lalhimpuia, Seiminmang Manchong.KERALA BLASTERSHead Coach: David JamesGoalkeepers: Dheeraj Singh, Naveen Kumar, Sujith SasikumarDefenders: Anas Edathodika, Cyril Kali, Lalruatthara, Mohamad Rakip, Nemanja Lakic-Pesic, Sandhesh Jinghan, Pritam SinghMidfielders: Courage Pekuson, Deependra Negi, Halicharan Narzary, Hrishi Dhath, Keziron Kizito, Loken Meitei, Nikola Krcmarevic, Prasanth K, Sahal Abdul Samad, Seminlel Doungel, Suraj Rawat, Zakeer MundamparaForwards: CK Vineeth, Matej Poplatnik, Slavisla StojanovicFC PUNE CITYHead Coach: Miguel PortugalGoalkeepers: Anuj Kumar, Kamaljith Singh, Vishal KaithDefenders: Ashutosh Mehta, Gurtej Singh, Lalchhuanmawia Fanai, Martin Diaz, Matt Mills, Nim Dorjee Tamang, Sahil Panwar, Sarthak GoluiMidfielders: Adil Khan, Alwyn George, Jonathan Vila, Marco Stankovic, Rohit Kumar, Shankar Sampingraj.Forwards: Diego Carlos, Emiliano Alfaro, Gabriel Fernandes, Ian Hume, Jacob Vanlalhlimpuia, Marcelo Pereira, Ashique Kuruniyan, Nikhil Poojari, Robin Singh.MUMBAI CITY FCHead Coach: Jorge CostaGoalkeepers: Amrinder Singh, Kunal Sawant, Ravi KumarDefenders: Anwar Ali, Bikramjeet Singh, Davinder Singh, Lucian Goian, Marco Klisura, Arnold Issoko, Sauvik Chakrabarti, Shouvik Ghosh, Subhsish BoseMidfielders: Bipin Singh, Matias Mirabaje, Milan Singh, Mohammed Rafique, Modou Sougou, Paulo Machado, Raynier Fernandes, Sanju Pradhan, Sehnaj Singh, Vignesh DakshinamurthyForwards: Alen Deory, Pranjal Bhumij, Rafael Bastos. 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THE Rising Sun Turf Club’s planned eight-race Race of Champions meeting which was scheduled for tomorrow at the club’s facility, West Coast Berbice, has been cancelled.According to the club’s race organiser Nasrudeen Mohamed, the event has been cancelled because of the very poor entry of horses as well as the poor weather that has affected the conditions of the track.Mohamed said he will now focus on the Guyana Cup Rematch which is billed for December 31 and which is expected to attract Guyana’s best racing animals as well as those from neighbouring countries.Among the horses expected to be part of this exciting meet are: Princess She’s Not, Storm Bird, Just Call Me Boss and the undefeated champion Vera’s Finally. Just Call Me Boss returned to winning ways two Sundays ago at the Port Mourant meet.Storm Bird won with more than 10 lengths in at the same meet two Sundays ago, winning the 1200m race for horses classified H1 and Lower.
The squad will be reduced ahead of the assembling of the team on 22 March.See the full sqaud below: David Forde (Millwall FC), Shay Given (Aston Villa FC), Keiren Westwood (Sheffield Wednesday FC), Darren Randolph (Birmingham City FC), Rob Elliot (Newcastle United FC), Richard Keogh (Derby County FC), Marc Wilson (Stoke City FC), Seamus Coleman (Everton FC), Cyrus Christie (Derby County FC), John O’Shea (Sunderland AFC), Alex Pearce (Reading FC), Paul McShane (Hull City FC), James McCarthy (Everton FC), Jeff Hendrick (Derby County FC), Ciaran Clark (Aston Villa FC), Stephen Ward (Burnley FC), Harry Arter (AFC Bournemouth), Glenn Whelan (Stoke City FC), Darron Gibson (Everton FC), Paul Green (Rotherham United FC), Aiden McGeady (Everton FC), Anthony Pilkington (Cardiff City FC), James McClean (Wigan Athletic FC), Robbie Brady (Hull City FC), Stephen Quinn (Hull City FC), David Meyler (Hull City FC), Robbie Keane (LA Galaxy), Shane Long (Southampton FC), Daryl Murphy (Ipswich Town FC), Jon Walters (Stoke City FC), Kevin Doyle (Wolverhampton Wanderers FC), Anthony Stokes (Celtic FC), Simon Cox (Reading FC), David McGoldrick (Ipswich Town FC). Uncapped 25 year old Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter is among those named in a 35 man Ireland squad which will be reduced before they gather on March 22nd.Aston Villa’s Shay Given is also named. Meanwhile Ireland are up one place to 66th in the FIFA rankings released today, our group opponents Germany remain top.