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first_imgThe student officers had discussions with several domestic defense companies on Thursday, such as maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) state-owned enterprises PT Garuda Maintenance Facility (GMF) and PT Merpati Maintenance Facility (MMF).GMF was represented by senior vice president M. Arif Faisal, who talked about defense cooperation and the transfer of technology, while MMF was represented by its president director Rowin Mangkoesoebroto, who talked about MRO capabilities in supporting national defense. Another state-owned enterprise, electronics maker PT LEN, saw its president commissioner Leonardi talk about integrated technology development during the fourth industrial revolution.Also attending the event were private defense companies PT Fin Komodo Teknologi, which produces light tactical vehicles for both commercial and defense purposes, and PT Jala Berikat Perkasa, which makes tactical and special purpose vehicles for defense.Another private defense company at the event was PT Infoglobal Teknologi Semesta, which focuses on military avionics, mission systems, radar integration, the weapons control system and application software. Topics : “The student officers can formulate strategic policy to increase the capabilities of the national defense industry toward a developed Indonesian Air Force and achieve excellent human resources,” he said in a press statement on Wednesday.On the first day of the program, the student officers had a discussion with representatives of United States defense company Lockheed Martin on development in avionics and aircraft modernization.The presentation was delivered by Lockheed principal in Indonesia Hendra Tjoa and regional manager Mario Magana, the organizing committee said in a separate statement.Lockheed’s products in the Indonesian Air Force currently include F-16 Fighting Falcon jet fighters and C-130 Hercules heavy transport aircraft.center_img Student officers at the Indonesian Air Force Staff and Command College (Seskoau) participated in a science and technology event recently to learn about the latest advancements taking place at defense companies in the country and abroad.The event was held via video conferences at Srutasala Hall on the Seskoau campus in Lembang, West Java, on Wednesday and Thursday under strict health protocol that included body temperature checks for students and physical distancing.Seskoau commander Air Commodore Samsul Rizal said that, through the virtual event, the student officers were to be presented with information and the transfer of technology, while cooperation with various stakeholders would be increased.last_img read more

first_imgYeerongpilly Green’s Green House apartments. MORE QLD REAL ESTATE NEWS: STAR PUPPET AGRO MAKES A MOVE Inside Yeerongpilly Green’s Park House apartments. Park House and Garden House feature 35 and 56 high quality and spacious apartments and penthouses respectively, along with only 10 luxury residences available in Green Terraces. All of the architecturally designed homes carry a distinctively Queensland aesthetic with prices ranging from $450,000 to $1.32 million.“Park House, Garden House and Green Terraces are the first new residential buildings to be developed in this pocket of Yeerongpilly for almost a decade, and they are the very start of what will become southern Brisbane’s newest urban village and entertainment hub with a cultural focus on all things music and art,” he said. Yeerongpilly Green’s Green Terrace apartments. Photo: Supplied.The first stage of apartments and terrace homes in a new “micro neighbourhood’’ have been released in one of Brisbane’s newest riverside projects.Launching today, Yeerongpilly Green’s urban village has a shopping and dining hub, parklands and the largest office park within 5km of the CBD.Developer Consolidated Properties Group and partner CVS Lane Capital Partners have taken the wraps off the $850 million Yeerongpilly Green development and released the first stage of apartments and terrace homes across a collection of three boutique buildings in the community. Consolidated Properties Group executive chairman Don O’Rorke said the first three boutique buildings in Yeerongpilly Green were designed to appeal to buyers who were “lifestyle conscious’’.“The appeal of Yeerongpilly Green is that it is a ‘micro neighbourhood’ – residents will be able to walk to the supermarket, specialty shops and restaurants in the retail village, walk or ride along the riverfront or relax in the park and even walk to work, with a major commercial building only a two-minute walk away,” Mr O’Rorke said.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus12 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market12 hours ago“There has been a lot of discussion around the 20 minute neighbourhood concept, and that’s because now more than ever, people are choosing their new home based on where they work, where their kids go to school and where they like to shop and dine”. Yeerongpilly Green’s Park House apartments. WHERE TO BUY AFFORDABLE LAND EFFICIENT ENEGRY USE IN HOMES Yeerongpilly Green’s Green Terrace apartments.Yeerongpilly Green will be home to 1200 dwellings, surrounded by retail and commercial amenities and 1.8 ha of green space and parklands, which are already complete and will host an array of community events.”While there are only a limited number of residences available, there is something for everyone in Park House and Garden House, which comprise a mix of one, two and three bedroom apartments and penthouses,” Mr O’Rorke said.“A resident-only oasis sits at the centre of the buildings, featuring a pool and lounge area while nearby is an outdoor kitchen and dining hub complete with relaxation spaces.”The Green Terraces, comprise 10 three-bedroom residences, each featuring timber flooring, a chef’s kitchen with Miele appliances and stone benchtops and splashbacks, high ceilings, secure double car garage spaces plus a private landscaped front and rear courtyard.Construction of all three buildings is expected to start early next year.last_img read more

first_img Loading… The 55-year-old former central defender told the BBC the FA had a zero-tolerance attitude to racism and ministers should adopt the same policy. Reported incidents of racist abuse in English football rose by 43 percent in 2018-19 compared to the previous season, according to campaign group Kick It Out. “We in football are giving off a message about zero tolerance,” said Elliott, who is the FA’s inclusion advisory board chief. “The government has to be alongside.” Manchester City and England striker Raheem Sterling has been highly praised for speaking out on racism. Elliott said it was important that players received support, with potential benefits within football and society at large.Advertisement “There has to be a duty of care because the by-product of speaking out will be the positive impact and the positive behaviour in stadiums, which will then have a domino effect on societal behaviour,” said Elliott. “With the utmost respect, this is one area where there has to be a united front – we must be together.” The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, in a statement carried by the BBC, said it was committed to working with football authorities in tackling racism. “Racism or any form of discrimination has no place in football or society, and we must confront this vile behaviour,” the statement said. Read Also:Racism in football: Wright-Phillips canvases operation walk off the pitch! “We are completely committed to working closely with football on tackling racism.” The department said it was monitoring the efforts of football authorities to tackle the issue. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Chelsea’s first black captain Paul Elliott, who now works for the Football Association, on Tuesday called for government help to combat racism in football. Promoted ContentNo Good Disney Role Models For Boys?12 Flicks That Almost Ended Their Stars’ Careers7 Enigmatic Discoveries That Left Everyone Baffled6 Interesting Ways To Make Money With A DroneYou’ve Only Seen Such Colorful Hairdos In A Handful Of Anime8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its Growth7 Worst Things To Do To Your Phone11 Most Immersive Game To Play On Your Table Top5 Of The World’s Most Unique Theme ParksEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show YouThe Highest Paid Football Players In The World11 Strange Facts About Your Favorite TV Showslast_img read more

first_imgNew Delhi: International cricket is returning to Pakistan after a long time. Following the terror attacks on the Sri Lanka cricket team in 2009, many international teams refused to tour the country. Zimbabwe were the first to break the isolation in 2015 while tours by the ICC World XI, West Indies and even Sri Lanka in 2017 signalled that international cricket could return soon. Sri Lanka will play three ODIs and three Twenty20 Internationals in Karachi and Lahore but there was plenty of controversy before the tour even took place. 10 Sri Lankan players withdrew over security concerns and the tour was in a limbo after the Sri Lankan Defence Ministry were examining reports of a possible terror attack on the cricket team. After a lengthy investigation, Sri Lanka’s Defence Ministry gave the go-ahead for the tour which will start from September 27 with ODIs in Karachi. However, many Pakistan fans and former players are upset that the 10 Sri Lankan players withdrew from the tour. Former Pakistan offspinner Saeed Ajmal and batsman Faisal Iqbal has urged the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to take a strong stance on players and teams for refusing to come to Pakistan for an official tour.Also Read |  ‘No Truth That India Influenced Players To Not Tour Pakistan’ – Sri Lanka Sports Minister Rubbishes Fawad Hussain Chaudhry’s Statement”I was very hurt when these Sri Lankan players backed out of the tour because the security situation in our country has improved a lot… Our board or government would never ask anyone to play in Pakistan unless they were not sure they could provide the best security environment. I think those Sri Lankan players or foreigners who can come for the PSL matches should also tour with their national teams. And if anyone refuses to come with their teams they should not be included in the PSL draft,” Ajmal said. Also Read | Now, Fawad Hussain Chaudhry Blames India For Sri Lankan Cricketers’ Pakistan Tour BoycottThe pull-out of the 10 Sri Lankan players, which included the likes of Lasith Malinga and Angelo Mathews prompted a controversial tweet from the Pakistan Science and Technology Minister Fawad Ahmed Chaudhry who said the Sri Lankan players were coerced to abandon the tour due to pressure from India. Sri Lanka’s sports minister had denied that India was involved in the whole incident. Even Iqbal, who was in the Pakistan team when the 2009 terror attack on the Sri Lankan team took place in Lahore, said the situation had changed dramatically in 10 years. “I was in the Pakistan team when the attack took place but since than things have changed, many international players have come and played in Pakistan. Sri Lankan players have come and played in the PSL. So there was no reason for these 10 Sri Lankan players to back out of the tour. I don’t think so the Indians are involved but my point is if it is safe for anyone to play PSL matches in Pakistan than they should also tour with their teams,” Iqbal said.  For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more