The Jakarta administration has deployed 50 free bus services for Commuter Line passengers who live in the satellite cities of Bogor, Depok, Tangerang and Bekasi, in a bid to reduce crowding on trains and stations as offices, shops and public facilities reopened in the capital on Monday.As the city administration starts easing the large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) to curb the COVID-19 outbreak, large numbers of residents in Jakarta and surrounding areas have begun flocking to the commuter train service again, creating long queues and packing train stations.The city has deployed 20 free buses at Cilebut Station and Bojonggede Station in Bogor regency, West Java, to transport passengers to five Commuter Line stations downtown: Juanda, Tanah Abang, Sudirman, Tebet and Manggarai. “At the moment, [the free bus service] is only available on Mondays. But we are trying to make them available on the other days as well to reduce passenger volume at the stations,” said Ade Yana, the head of the Bogor regency transportation agency, adding that each bus could carry only 13 passengers due to the physical distancing rules.Read also: Commuters return to public transport with more protective gearYuli, a commuter from Bojonggede district, said that the free bus service had helped her avoid the long queues at stations and the crowds aboard trains, especially during rush hour.“We can’t [practice] physical distancing and it’s uncomfortable. Here [on the bus], it’s more relaxed and comfortable, and we can maintain physical distancing,” she said on Monday as quoted by kompas.com.The free buses serve routes from the satellite cities to the five designated downtown stations on Mondays and serves the return route from the stations to the satellite cities on Friday evenings.The Bekasi city administration is also planning to provide a free bus service for daily commuters to and from Jakarta, in light of the surge in Commuter Line passengers.Deputy Mayor Tri Adhianto said that Bekasi would provide at least 100 buses to serve commuters. “We can deploy them whenever necessary,” he said. (asp)Topics :
Balls added: “Our bias is simply to be pretty neutral in terms of euro-zone exposure and to be very careful about less liquid parts of the European markets in our traditional portfolios. ”He explained that PIMCO’s traditional portfolios would avoid “high-risk, less liquid” European assets and cited concerns about the confiscation of assets in Portugal – following the Bank of Portugal’s decision in late December to impose losses on €2bn of bonds issued by Novo Banco.He also cited discussions in Austria to impose haircuts on bonds issued by Heta Asset Resolution, a bad bank, whose issuance were meant to be guaranteed by the federal state of Carinthia. PIMCO owns Heta bonds and in March was reported to have filed a lawsuit against Carinthia.It is also affected by the Bank of Portugal’s decision regarding Novo Banco debt.“It seems perfectly plausible, over the next 3-5, you’re going to have more and more cases where European governments or regional governments look to do bail-ins to address problems of excessive leverage, in the case of the euro-zone,” Balls said.“So, we’ll start off being very cautious about our euro-zone exposure.”Brexit not systemic riskDiscussing the likelihood of the UK’s leaving the EU following the 23 June referendum, PIMCO managing director Mike Amey said the company believed there was only a 40% chance of a so-called Brexit.Amey said the 60% likelihood the UK would remain was consistent with its initial assessment, and based on the risk of discussions around immigration, or another unforeseen event, swaying the vote.But the manager was largely unconcerned about the risk of Brexit for the wider global economy.“We would agree that, if we do vote to leave, growth would probably slow down to a ballpark of zero, or slightly above,” he said.“We don’t think it’s a systemic event in terms of its influence on the world. Clearly, it would be a big issue for the UK, but we don’t think this is an event that potentially derails the global economy.”For more on how to Brexit-proof your portfolio, see the current issue of IPE PIMCO is shifting to a more cautious stance on Europe in light of the rise of populist parties across the Continent, according to one of its most senior staff.Andrew Balls, CIO of global fixed income, said PIMCO had changed its previous approach to Europe, which had seen it overweight European sovereign assets and taking on other Continental risk assets, in light of the changing political landscape.“Given the very difficult outlook, given the rising risk of populism, we should have a more cautious stance,” he said while discussing the $1.5trn (€1.3trn) manager’s house view following its most recent secular forum.His comments come after the Austrian presidential runoff elections, which saw an independent candidate affiliated with the local Green Party narrowly defeat the candidate of the right-wing FPÖ, as well as growing support for both right and left-wing populist parties in France and Spain.
Media Release American College of Pediatricians 12 May 2015With its position statement, Induced Abortion: Risks That May Impact Adolescents, Young Adults, and Their Children, the American College of Pediatricians (The College) urges women who are contemplating an abortion to become aware of the many risks associated with the procedure. The statement presents the results of a comprehensive review of the scientific literature on induced abortion. In addition to the harsh reality that abortion intentionally ends the life of an unborn child, extensive medical and sociological data demonstrate it also poses significant health risks for the pregnant woman and her future children.For example, women who undergo induced abortions have higher mortality rates for several years thereafter, higher suicide rates, more substance abuse and some association of greater mental illness. A preponderance of evidence indicates an increased risk of breast cancer, especially for adolescents. Risks from induced abortion are not only limited to the woman, but also extend to her future children. Prior abortion markedly increases the risk of future very premature births, which may result in death or disability of the baby.College Board member, Patty June, MD, states, “Pregnant teens need to know the whole truth about abortion, not only concerning the living unborn child within them, but also the personal health risks associated with aborting that life.”The College also offers this statement as a resource to physicians, the lay public, educators and policymakers who may be involved in the care and education of adolescents and young women, and in the position to warn them that abortion carries significant risks that should not be ignored.http://www.acpeds.org/induced-abortion-women-have-a-right-to-know
In the past 100 years, over 4,000 razors have been designed to shave yourself. There have been 0 designed with the intent to shave someone else. Until now. Gillette introduces the first razor designed for assisted shaving.This is assisting care, not killing.www.rejectassistedsuicide.org.nz
“Due to the coronavirus emergency, the hospitalised students in child neuropsychiatry were left without teachers, mobile phones and laptops for distance teaching. “With this gift, we’ll at least be able to re-establish a minimal relationship with them, which is even more precious at a time like this. Read Also:MLS clubs stage Twitter contest after matches called off “It’s a gesture we appreciate very much. The absence of a proper school causes huge discomfort to hospitalised students as education forms an integral part of therapeutic protocol.” FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Inter Milan boss, Antonio Conte, has bought 12 laptops for local medical students. Conte delivered the devices to Regina Margherita children’s hospital on Friday, with faculty leader Tiziana Catenazzo calling the gesture “an unexpected gift”. “We talked to him and his wife Elizabeth the day before, to tell them about the difficulties of neuropsychiatry.Advertisement Promoted Content20 Facts That’ll Change Your Perception Of “The Big Bang Theory”It’s Time To Show How Bad Some Women Can Really Be10 Risky Jobs Some Women DoIf Zodiac Signs Were Women: Amazing Artwork By Vivien SzaniszloTop 10 Female Stars Everyone Had A Crush On In The 90s7 Famous And Incredibly Unique Places In ThailandCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way7 Ways To Understand Your Girlfriend BetterEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All TimeInsane 3D Spraying Skills Turn In Incredible Street Art6 Extreme Facts About Hurricanes Loading…
WEST LIBERTY, Iowa – The final Deery Brothers Summer Series checkers of the season fly this weekend at West Liberty Raceway.The 21st annual Ideal Ready Mix Liberty 100 program is also the final event IMCA Late Model drivers can vie for IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing National and Allstar Performance State points.Time trials, qualifying races and a $1,000 to win race of champions are on the Friday, Sept. 22 card. Last-chance qualifying precedes the $5,000 to win, minimum $600 to win 100-lap main event on Saturday, Sept. 23.Jesse Sobbing of Malvern brings the point lead to town, with Jake Neal of Omaha, Neb., Chad Holladay of Muscatine, Matt Ryan of Davenport and Marshalltown’s Darrel DeFrance rounding out the top five.Qualifying also gets underway Friday for IMCA Modifieds, IMCA Sunoco Stock Cars, Karl Chevrolet Northern SportMods and Mach-1 Sport Compacts.Modifieds run for $1,000 to win and a 2018 Fast Shafts All-Star Invitational ballot berth on Saturday. Stock Car and SportMod features both pay $600 to win while the Sport Compact feature pays $250 to win.Pit gates open at 5 p.m. and the grandstand opens at 5:30 p.m. Friday. Hot laps are at 6 p.m. and racing starts at 6:30 p.m. The Late Model driver setting fast time earns $300 and a dozen cars start the 25-lap race of champions.Grandstand admission is $15 for adults, $12 for seniors and $10 for students ages 13 to 18. Pit passes are $30.On Saturday, gates open at 2:30 p.m. and the grandstands open at 4 p.m. Hot laps are at 5 p.m. and racing is at 5:30 p.m. Spectator admission is $25 for adults, $20 for seniors and $15 for students.Kids ages 12 and under get in free both nights.More information is available at the www.farleyspeedwaypromotions.com website or by calling 563 744-3620.Deery Brothers Summer Series top 20 point standings – 1. Jesse Sobbing, Malvern, 392; 2. Jake Neal, Omaha, Neb., 375; 3. Chad Holladay, Muscatine, 372; 4. Matt Ryan, Davenport, 366; 5. Darrel DeFrance, Marshalltown, 354; 6. Cayden Carter, Oskaloosa, 353; 7. Curt Martin, Independence, 312; 8. Joel Callahan, Dubuque, 295; 9. Luke Goedert, Guttenberg, Jeremiah Hurst, Dubuque, and Justin Kay, Wheatland, each 279; 12. Richie Gustin, Gilman, 268; 13. Jeff Aikey, Cedar Falls, 216; 14. Jeff Tharp, Sherrill, 209; 15. Curt Schroeder, Newton, 206; 16. Paul Conrad, Colo, 196; 17. Denny Eckrich, Tiffin, 177; 18. Andy Eckrich, Oxford, 169; 19. Ryan Dolan, Lisbon, 168; 20. John Emerson, Waterloo, 163.
HIS SPONSORS: Shepherd Engine Development of Solon, Iowa; Kendall Performance, Coyne Family Farms and Larry and Wendy Coyne, all of Milan; Woodhull Oil of Woodhull; JC Dubil of Bettendorf, Iowa; DOC Enterprise and Triple E Sales & Service, both of Orion; and AJ’s Trucking of Sherrard. “I had raced the ‘B’ modifieds, mod-lites and then outlaw street stocks before the Late Model,” said Coyne. “I had always told myself that someday I would drive a Late Model. We had two good years in a street stock before the right deal came along and I bought one. We decided to go all out this year and try to win Deery Series rookie of the year and we got it done.” The Deery Brothers Summer Series rookie of the year award proved that decision to be correct. Crew chief Phillip Randall has been with Coyne for 15 race seasons. Their 16th will take them back to the Deery circuit and weekly shows at East Moline, as well as to Davenport and Maquoketa when work and other family plans allow. Wins-0 Top Five Finishes-0 Starts-11 He lost a back-up motor early in the season and finished in a back-up ride purchased from Chad Holladay. Coyne complemented his tour starts with 13 IMCA Speedway Motors Weekly Racing outings, most of them at familiar Quad City Speedway. ORION, Ill. – A couple good seasons in another class convinced Chad Coyne that 2018 was the right time to make the move to an IMCA Late Model. Deery Brothers Summer Series rookie of the year Chad Coyne qualified for the main event in 10 of his 11 outings and finished 12th in point standings for the IMCA Late Model tour. IMCA President Brett Root is at right. (Photos by Bruce Badgley, Motorsports Photography) The Orion, Ill., driver qualified for 10 of the 11 events he entered and finished 12th overall in point standings for the Late Model Tour. He experienced the highs of winning a heat race at Benton County Speedway to the lows of totaling his car at Fayette County Speedway during a learning 2018 season. HIS CREW: Parents and car owners Doug and Sue Coyne, wife Heather, sons Austin and Charlie, cousin Ethan and Phillip Randall. “My wife Heather and my parents are really the backbone of our racing program,” he said, “from all the long nights in the shop to chasing parts for us.” “The Deery Series can be intimidating but I knew I was out there with an awesome group of drivers that likes good, hard racing,” he said. “Out of all the divisions I’ve been in, the other Late Model drivers were the most help. Guys like Justin Kay or Jeremiah Hurst would be giving up pointers or loaning a shock. Gary Webb was a huge help.”
Everton manager Roberto Martinez fears forward Kevin Mirallas may have suffered a serious hamstring injury. Press Association The Toffees boss told evertontv: “We had a few scans and we are going to carry on today. It isn’t a straightforward diagnosis but obviously the signs are not great. “We are going to make sure we are clear with the problem. It’s not normal when Kevin Mirallas feels something like that and has to come off in the game. We know then that it is something serious. “He has always been a very fit boy who is always ahead of schedule and we hope this time it is going to be exactly the same.” Everton are also still to assess whether Seamus Coleman, Sylvain Distin and Steven Pienaar will be fit to travel for Thursday’s Europa League group game at FK Krasnodar. The Belgium international pulled up during the first half of Saturday’s 1-1 Merseyside derby at Liverpool and left the field on a stretcher. Everton are still to learn the full extent of the problem but Martinez admitted he is concerned.
Update on the latest sports Star Navy offensive lineman found dead in academy dormANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — A star lineman for Navy’s record-breaking offense has been found dead in his dormitory. David Forney was 22.Academy officials said he was discovered unresponsive in Bancroft Hall on Thursday night. The cause of death was not disclosed.Forney was a senior and three-year letter winner, playing in 39 consecutive games over his final three seasons. He started all 13 games at guard in 2019 as part of an offensive line that set a school record with a nation-leading 360.5 yards rushing per game. Clippers drop third in rowLOS ANGELES (AP) — The Los Angeles Clippers have their first three-game losing streak of the season after falling to a state rival.Kent Bazemore scored a season-high 23 points and Bogdan Bogdanovic added 20 as the Kings beat the Clippers on the road for the second time in less than a month, 112-103. De’Aaron Fox had 20 points and eight assists for the surging Kings, who have won two straight out of the All-Star break and eight of 12 overall.Sacramento blew a 14-point lead in the second half before shutting out Kawhi (kah-WY’) Leonard and the Clips for more than five straight minutes down the stretch. The decisive 10-0 run was capped by Harry Giles’ percussive dunk with 58 seconds left.Leonard scored 31 points in his return from his MVP performance in Chicago. PGA-MEXICO CHAMPIONSHIPThomas leads Mexico Championship through 54MEXICO CITY (AP) — Justin Thomas ran off eight birdies in a 16-hole stretch to take a one-shot lead in the PGA’s Mexico Championship, one of the World Golf Championship events.Thomas overcame bogeys on the first and last holes for a 6-under 65 that puts him one ahead of Patrick Reed and Erik Van Rooyen. Thomas was five shots behind in the middle of his front nine at Chapultepec Golf Club.John Rahm opened with six birdies in seven holes after entering the round 10 shots back. He broke the course record with a career-best 61 that puts him four off the pace. — Obi Toppin (OH’-bee TAH’-pihn) delivered 28 points and fifth-ranked Dayton won its 16th straight by defeating Duquesne (doo-KAYN’), 80-70. Jalen Crutcher added 17 points and five assists as the 25-2 Flyers improved to 14-0 in the Atlantic 10.— Eighth-ranked Florida State pulled out a 67-61 win against North Carolina State as Patrick Williams had 12 points and eight rebounds for the Seminoles. M.J. Walker chipped in 12 points and Devin Vassell added 11 with six rebounds as FSU moved to 13-3 in the ACC.— Immanuel Quickley show 4-for-6 from 3-point range and furnished a career-high 26 points as No. 10 Kentucky got past Florida, 65-59. Tyrese Maxey had 13 points, seven rebounds and seven assists as the Wildcats picked up their sixth straight win and moved to 12-2 in the SEC.— Jordan Nwora (WOHR’-ah) scored 18 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for his fifth double-double of the season to lead No. 11 Louisville over North Carolina, 72-55. Malik Williams added 17 points and nine rebounds for the Cardinals, who will be an ACC-best 14-3 heading into Monday’s matchup with Florida State.— Saddiq Bey (sah-DEEK’ bay) dropped in 22 points and 12th-rated Villanova picked up its third straight road win by dumping Xavier, 64-55. Jermaine Samuels added 17 points for the Wildcats, who nailed 18 3-point attempts and never trailed in their 21st victory. — Samir Doughty scored 22 points and 13th-ranked Auburn went on an 18-0 run to rally from a 17-point deficit in the second half of a 73-66 triumph against Tennessee. The game was marred by an ugly incident involving a fan who was ejected from the game after directing a derogatory comment toward Tennessee’s Santiago Vescovi and will face a disciplinary hearing.— Kevin Samuel scored six of his 19 points in overtime to carry TCU past No. 17 West Virginia, 67-60. Samuel made all seven of his shots and had eight rebounds as the Horned Frogs dealt the Mountaineers’ their fifth consecutive Big 12 road loss.— Tyger Campbell tallied 15 points and 11 assists in UCLA’s 70-63 victory against 18th-rated Colorado. Cody Riley had 16 points in the Bruins’ fifth consecutive win.— Luwane Pipkins scored 24 points and David Duke had 15 to lead Providence to an 84-72 victory over No. 19 Marquette. The Friars overcame Markus Howard’s 38 points in winning their third in a row, all against ranked teams.— Precious Achiuwa scored 10 points, including the go-ahead free throw with 28.2 seconds left as Memphis beat No. 22 Houston, 60-59. NHL-CAPITALS-OVECHKIN’S 700THCaps lose again despite Ovie’s 700thUNDATED (AP) — Alex Ovechkin (oh-VEHCH’-kihn) reached a major milestone Saturday afternoon, but he couldn’t give the Washington Capitals sole possession of the NHL’s Metropolitan Division lead.Ovechkin is the eighth player in league history to score 700 goals, doing it in a 3-2 loss at New Jersey. The left wing did it 4:50 into the third period, firing a shot from the right circle that glanced off the left post to tie the game. It was Ovechkin’s 42nd goal of the season.But the Devils came away with the victory when Damon Severson beat Ilya Samsonov (sam-SOH’-nahv) with 1:59 seconds remaining, sending the Capitals to their fourth consecutive loss and sixth in seven games. The Caps remain tied with Pittsburgh for the division lead with 80 points.The Penguins were 5-2 losers to Buffalo as Jack Eichel (EYE’-kul) delivered a pair of goals. Eichel, Zemgus Girgensons (ZEHM’-guhs GUR’-gehn-suhnz) and Sam Reinhart all beat Tristan Jarry during an early three-goal outburst. Connor Hutton turned away 41 shots as the Sabres earned just the second regulation victory in their last 20 meetings with Pittsburgh.Elsewhere on NHL ice:— Scott Laughton scored twice and the Flyers pulled within three points of the Metropolitan Division co-leaders by earning their third straight win, 4-2 against the Jets. Sean Couturier (koo-TOOR’-ee-ay) and Tyler Pitlick also scored and Justin Braun had three assists to help Philly improve to 21-5-4 at home.NBA-SCHEDULE MLB-WHITE SOX MOVESWhite Sox agree to deals with Bummer, GarciaGLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — The Chicago White Sox have worked out contracts with reliever Aaron Bummer and infield Leury (lay-UR’-ee) Garcia.Bummer has received a five-year, $16 million package that includes two club options. The 26-year-old Bummer had a 2.13 ERA and 27 holds in 58 appearances with the White Sox last season.Garcia accepted a one-year, $3.5 million deal after hitting .279 with eight homers, 40 RBIs and a team-high 93 runs scored for the 2019 White Sox. Kansas also ended the Bears’ 23-game winning streak as Udoka Azubuike (oo-DOH’-kah a-zoo-BOO’-kay) had 23 points and a career-high 19 rebounds in the Jayhawks’ 64-61 victory at Baylor. Isaiah Moss added 11 points, including two free throws for Kansas with 7.9 seconds left before a timeout.The Bears had a chance to tie it until Jared Butler missed a 3-point attempt at the buzzer.The 24-3 Jayhawks have won 12 in a row since their first-ever home loss to Baylor on Jan. 11.Butler had a team-high 19 points for the Bears, who dropped to 24-2 overall and 13-1 in the conference.In other top-25 games: Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditT25 MEN’S BASKETBALL-SCHEDULENo. 3 Kansas ends No. 1 Baylor’s 23-game streakUNDATED (AP) — Kansas and Baylor played a game that lived up to its billing. The outcome gave the third-ranked Jayhawks a share of the Big 12 and will likely move the Bears from the top of The Associated Press men’s basketball poll on Monday. February 22, 2020 NFL-JETS-DOCTSONJets sign free agent WR Josh DoctsonFLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — The New York Jets have signed free agent Josh Doctson to add depth to their wide receiver position.The 27-year-old Doctson had 81 receptions for 1,100 yards and eight touchdowns in three seasons with the Redskins before being one of the team’s final cuts last summer out of training camp. He signed with Minnesota and played just one game before being released in November, missing a huge portion of the schedule with a hamstring injury.COLLEGE FOOTBALL-NAVY-PLAYER DEATH Associated Press
The move comes after former USC head coach Brent Crouch unexpectedly resigned from his position on Jan. 14 to take over the same role at Auburn University. Now, Keller is back with USC, where he hopes to revitalize a program that went 40-25 in Crouch’s two seasons and got booted from the NCAA Tournament in the second round both years. Keller was also an assistant coach for the Trojan men’s team from 2007-10. Included in his experienced resume, Keller was on the coaching staff of the U.S. Youth National Team from 2014-17 and took home second place at the NORCECA U19 Continental Championship in 2018. Keller served as an associate head coach of UCLA’s women’s volleyball team in 2019, and had spent the previous six seasons working as an assistant coach of the Bruins’ men’s team. Keller helped lead the Bruins to a 19-12 record in 2019, advancing to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The men’s program saw 10 All-Americans over the course of Keller’s tenure as assistant coach, and the Bruins earned a spot in the NCAA Tournament semifinal in 2016 as well as a 2018 runner-up finish. “We are very excited to welcome Brad back to the Trojan Family,” Bohn said in the press release. “His mastery of the Southern California recruiting landscape will be a difference-maker for our program. He brings a strong coaching pedigree and has coached the game at a national-caliber level.” Brad Keller has been named head coach of the USC women’s volleyball team, athletic director Mike Bohn announced Thursday. Keller’s staff consistently reeled in elite recruiting classes while with the UCLA men’s program, helping land the No. 1 ranked class in 2013, 2014, 2017 and 2018, according to Volleyball Magazine’s rankings. “He is a great fit for USC, and he embraces our aspirations to reclaim USC’s rich volleyball heritage,” Bohn said. “He has a deep passion for the game of volleyball and believes in our student-athlete centric model.” “This is a dream for me,” Keller said in a press release Thursday. “I started at USC, so it’s so nice to be back here. This is a very exciting time and I can’t wait to start working with this team to build on USC’s incredible women’s volleyball tradition.” Keller has seen success with the Trojans as well. In 2009, his men’s team won the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Tournament en route to a second-place finish in the NCAA Tournament.