Sarinah #Jakarta #sarinah-building Central-Jakarta #CentralJakarta renovation #renovation Jakarta’s first high-rise building, Sarinah, will soon have a new look as it undergoes renovation to stay relevant to modern-day customers.Sarinah was built in 1962 and inaugurated four years later by Indonesia’s first president, Sukarno. The 15-story building, located in a busy quarter in Thamrin, Central Jakarta, has left fond memories for many. It was the first shopping mall built in the country.After more than five decades serving as a catalyst for economic growth, state-run retailer PT Sarinah, which manages the building, plans to change its business strategy and turn the department store into a specialty store that caters more to local brands.Located in the heart of Jakarta, Sarinah is losing its popularity. The country’s first high-rise building, it is now dwarfed by taller skyscrapers and has seen a decline in visitors amid tight competition with moder… Log in with your social account LOG INDon’t have an account? Register here Google Forgot Password ? Linkedin Topics : Facebook
ECVB hosted Franklin County last night in an EIAC match-up. EC swept FC at all 3 levels. Varsity won 25-16, 25-13, and 25-13. ‘The theme for the past few days has been that we started slow and last night was no exception. We were slow to the ball, didn’t communicate, and were just going through the motions for the first half of set one. When they realized FC wouldn’t just fold and give them game, they decided to push a little harder. We never reached our full potential last night, but played well enough to get a convincing win on the scoreboard.’ Trojans Coach Cassie Laker. Varsity is now 8-4 on the season (3-0 in the EIAC). Next up: Lawrenceburg tomorrow (non-conference) with freshmen starting at 5, JV to follow, then varsity. This is also our annual Pass the Hope night to raise money for someone in the community battling cancer.ECVB Freshmen vs. Franklin County 2-025-18 25-18 With a slow start to the evening, ECVB Freshmen pulled off a 2-0 victory against the Franklin County Wildcats. With having a day off due to the holiday it was a rough start for this freshmen group. We did not come out of the gate fast enough and trailed behind the Wildcats for more than half of the first set. They fought their way back one point at a time, stepped it up, and pressed on in the second set. ECVB Freshmen is now 3-0 on the season. ECVB JV vs. Franklin County 2-025-19 25-15 Tonight, ECVB JV had as slow as a start as the Freshmen group did. Reminding the girls once again that aggression wins games with this group they improved their play and shut out the match 2-0. The more this group starts to focus on the obvious factors to victory, the more we will be able to develop in other detailed areas as a team. More experience the better with this group so bring on Thursday! ECVB JV is now 7-1 on the season and 4-0 in EIAC play. Next up, HOME on Thursday against the Lawrenceburg Tigers. Freshmen start the night at 5 pm. Courtesy of Trojans Coach Josie Andres.Tonight’s game was another one for the books. We may not have won but the girls hung with EC and played exceptionally well all 3 sets. We had them in the first set by 5 points but were just unable to hold on to it. We are working on hitting key area of the court. I feel with each practice/game, we are growing and getting better. Audrey Reister had 1 ace serve, 2 kills. Makyah Richardson had 1 ace serve, 2 blocks and 3 digs.Charlotte Barrett had 1 kill and 1 block. Anna Sacksteder had 1 block. Saige Mergenthal had 1 block and 1 dig. Kelly Layton had 1 assist and 1 dig. Jalynn Rogers had 4 digs. Rachel Bischoff had 1 dig. Kelsey Vail had 2 digs.We are traveling to EIAC Rushville tomorrow Wed. Sept.4th. Freshman game starts at 5 pm, JV follows approx. 6 pm, Varsity follows approx 7 pm. We are FC!!!Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Jill Mergenthal.
RelatedPosts COVID-19: NCAA to revoke erring airlines licence over non-compliance FRSC to Schools: We’ll arrest, prosecute drivers who flout COVID-19 rules Sanwo-Olu: We’re committed to fulfilling promises to Lagosians United States athletics’ governing body joined calls for the Tokyo Olympics to be postponed on Saturday, urging US Olympic chiefs to push for the Games to be delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic. In a letter to the US Olympic and Paralympic Committee, USA Track and Field chief Max Siegel said forging ahead with Olympic preparations “would not be in the best interest of our athletes.” The USATF call for a postponement echoed a similar request by USA Swimming on Friday after the USOPC said it was too soon to postpone the July 24 to August 9 Games. Siegel urged the USOPC to support a postponement, citing the health and safety of athletes as well as disruption to training and competition schedules caused by the COVID-19 crisis. “Our athletes are under tremendous pressure stress and anxiety, and their mental health and wellness is among our highest priorities,” Siegel said. “The right and responsible thing to do is to prioritize everyone’s health and safety and appropriately recognize the toll this difficult situation has, and continues to take, on our athletes and their Olympic Games preparations. “For those reasons, USATF is respectfully requesting that the US Olympic and Paralympic Committee (USOPC) advocate to the IOC for the postponement of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.” Siegel acknowledged that there “were no perfect answers” to what was a “very complex and difficult decision.” “But this position at least provides our athletes with the comfort of knowing that they will have adequate time to properly prepare themselves physically, mentally and emotionally to be able to participate in a safe and successful Olympic Games, and that they can shift their focus toward taking care of themselves and their families,” he said. “We urge the USOPC, as a leader within the Olympic movement, to use its voice and speak up for the athletes.” On Friday, USOPC chairwoman Susanne Lyons said there was no need for the IOC to make an immediate decision on a possible postponement of the Tokyo games, insisting that organisers had time on their side. “I think we would concur with the IOC to say that we need more expert advice and information than we have today to make a decision,” Lyons said. “And we don’t have to make a decision. Our games are not next week, or two weeks from now. They’re four months from now. “So we are affording the IOC the opportunity to gather that information and expert advice. At this point in time, we do not feel that it’s necessary for us to insist that they make a decision.” However, the USOPC position met with immediate resistance, with USA Swimming issuing an open letter calling for Olympic chiefs to seek a postponement. “We urge the USOPC, as a leader within the Olympic Movement, to use its voice and speak up for the athletes,” USA Swimming chief executive Tim Hinchey wrote. “The right and responsible thing to do is to prioritize everyone’s health and safety and appropriately recognize the toll this global pandemic is taking on athletic preparations,” he added. The calls for an Olympic postponement by US federations mirror requests in other countries. France’s swim federation has also called for a delay, along with British track and field’s governing body. Retired US track and field star Ashton Eaton, a double Olympic decathlon champion, said on Twitter that delaying Tokyo for a year was the only sensible option. “Tokyo 2021. Nothing else makes sense,” Eaton wrote. “Anything else is socially irresponsible. “How can the IOC and Japanese NOC in good conscience hold one of the world’s largest and most important gatherings and risk facilitating the acceleration of global contagion and having the worst event in history? “Most evidence … showed Tokyo2020 is/was set to be one of the best Olympics in history,” he added. “Japan, the athletes, the sponsors, the fans, local businesses; all deserve the best shot at that. 2020 is not it.”Tags: COVID-19Olympic postponementUS Athletics FederationUSATFUSOPC
New Delhi: The Department of Revenue has issued a notice for tax evasion to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).According to a report in Sports Lounge, the BCCI paid Rs 462.22 crore as outstanding income tax in September 2018 and may have to pay Rs 1,303 crore this year.The Department of Revenue has asked the BCCI to pay another outstanding income tax worth Rs 1,303 crore, according to details submitted by the Finance Ministry in Parliament last month. IANSAlso Read: SPORTS NEWS
Vadodara: Former Indian skipper Mithali Raj has become the first woman cricketer to have an international career lasting more than 20 years.She achieved the feat as she stepped on the field during the first ODI of the three-match series between India and South Africa at the Reliance Stadium in Vadodara on Wednesday. She scored 11* as India won the match by eight wickets against the Proteas. Mithali, who made her ODI debut against Ireland on June 26, 1999, has completed 20 years and 105 days of her career in the 50-over format. She is also the only female cricketer to have played ODI cricket for over two decades. The right-handed batter holds the record for playing the maximum number of ODIs in women’s cricket. She has played 204 ODIs till now and is followed by England’s Charlotte Edwards (191), Jhulan Goswami (178), Alex Blackwell (144) of Australia.The 36-year-old has represented India in 10 Tests and 89 T20Is as well. Last month, Mithali retired from T20I cricketOverall, legendary Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar holds the record for having the longest international career — 22 years and 91 days. He is followed by Sri Lanka’s Sanath Jayasuriya (21 years and 184 days), Javed Miandad (20 years and 272 days) of Pakistan, with Mithali coming in at the fourth spot. ment starting in Paris on October 22. (IANS) Also Read: Smriti Mandhana Ruled Out of ODIs Series Against SAAlso Watch:Gambling Den busted in Biswanath, 10 Arrested
Senior setter Kendall Bateman has been awarded with two Pac-10 conference honorable mentions, a Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention and an All-American honor during her career at USC.Example · As well as with being one of the top volleyball players at USC, senior setter Kendall Bateman is a role model in the community. – Daily Trojan file photoThis year Bateman was one of 30 candidates to be nominated for the 2011 Lowe’s Senior CLASS Award. An acronym for Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School, the award focuses on four areas — community, classroom, character and competition.The candidates include nine AVCA All-Americans and eight honorable mention All-Americans from last season.Midway through the regular season, the 30 candidates will be placed on a ballot and narrowed to 10 finalists.Lowe’s, an official corporate sponsor of the NCAA, will announce the award winner during the 2011 NCAA Women’s Volleyball Championship in San Antonio in mid-December.Last year Bateman was named to the AVCA All-America second team, recording 1,567 assists, which was the second-highest single-season total in USC history. She also led the Pac-10 in assists per set.Along with senior outside hitter Alex Jupiter and senior middle blocker Lauren Williams, Bateman played an instrumental role in leading the Women of Troy to a Final Four appearance against California.With 3,115 career assists, Bateman has the opportunity to set the USC career record. She currently trails all-time leader Janice Mounts.
With five returning stat leaders and a strong underclassmen force, the Women of Troy are gearing up for an explosive season in hopes of capturing a fifth NCAA championship.Finishing third in the 2015 NCAA Tournament, the Trojans had a memorable season. Coach Jovan Vavic received the Pac-12 Coach of the Century Award for winning six consecutive national championships with the men’s team from 2008-2013 (nine titles in his tenure) and an additional four national championships for the women since 2004.Vavic was not the only one to receive awards from an outstanding 2015 season.The Trojans who departed in 2015 include stat leader Monica Vavic, who had 100 goals in the 2015 season alone, Eike Daube, Jennifer Stiefel and Jayde Appel. Despite having four graduating seniors after the 2015 season, Coach Vavic is excited to see what the young team will accomplish with freshman goalie Amanda Longan who played for the U.S. Cadet National Team alongside freshman Brooke Presten and helped bring home the gold for Team USA in the 2015 FINA Junior World Championships.Players to watch this season include sophomore goalie Víctoria Chamorro. Chamorro totaled 207 saves as a true freshman and received All-American and All-MPSF honorable mentions while also being selected to the MPSF All-Newcomer Team. On offense, the Trojans will be returning the Haralabidis sisters, Ioanna and Stephania, who shared a total of 114 goals in the 2015 season and played together for the Greek National Team in the 2015 FINA World Championship, and sophomore utility Hayley McKelvey who also made an appearance in the 2015 FINA Junior World Championships, representing Canada. Mckelvey scored 20 goals in 16 games in her freshman season and has also represented Canada in the 2012 and 2014 FINA Youth World Championships.Ending the season 4-2 in MPSF and 24-6 overall, the team has been ranked 2nd in the 2016 pre-season coaches poll trailing a point behind No. 1 Stanford and one point ahead of No. 3 UCLA, indicating close match-ups to come during MPSF play.While No. 1 seeded Stanford returned many players from the previous season, they’ve also lost three key players, Kiley Neushal, Maggie Steffens and Ashley Grossman, who took time off to embark on their Olympic journey to Rio de Janiero this summer. With key rival players out for the season, the Trojans hope to win a fifth national title under Vavic.On Jan. 13th and 16th, the Women of Troy will face off in a series of pre-season scrimmages against Team Shanghai and then embark on their season opening match against UC San Diego in February.
Paul McGinley is nine off the lead on 3-under after shooting a 71. A disappointing second round of 75 leaves Shane Lowry on 1-over. Denmark’s Lucas Bjerregaard holds a three-shot lead on 12-under par.
This is really amazing I wish other clubs in our country learn how to unveils a player. Big ups HeartsOfOak— George kofi koomson (@Georgekofikoom1) July 22, 2019Kotoko fans are looking across the social media divide a little enviously and while their recent trophy haul might be greater, they will expect better engagement with the public to back their claim as the best club in the country. Ebi like the players bore already😂— TUESDAE😋 (@CobbyTuesdae) July 4, 2019 Your biggest club in Ghana this?— #JoshESQ.💫❤️ (@josh_gunner1) July 4, 2019It hasn’t been all bad for Kotoko as at least the consistent updates keep fans in the loop, with many of them appreciating the engagement.GOOD NEWS FROM GERMANY…@richardsenanu14 has undergone successful knee surgery.#AKSC pic.twitter.com/i4O3UFsYHu— Asante Kotoko SC (@AsanteKotoko_SC) July 10, 2019However, Kotoko’s recent failings on social media have been put into starker contrast by rivals, Hearts of Oak’s upturn.Dominic Eshun welcome to the Phobian family. We wish you a happy stay. pic.twitter.com/jhPnNnpC5R— Phobians (@HeartsOfOakGH) July 22, 2019Their recent announcement of new signing Dominic Eshun has fans buzzing.Oooo phobia go kill me ooo Kw33….. This is professionally professional from the greatest club in Ghana— MR DAVE (@AnsahDavidKwam2) July 22, 2019 One of the most infamous tweets to come from the club in recent times announced the club’s impending signing of three players; Justice Blay, Kelvin Andoh and Kwame Baah.The picture went viral after it was first tweeted on July 4 by the club leaving Kotoko fans especially disappointed and even opposition fans shocked. On July 15, the club announced that five players had been put “on transfer”. While it was encouraging that the club was making an effort to let fans know the status of the squad, the ambiguousness of the tweet became a complaint for fans.Had the players been sold? Had they been put up for sale? Had they been released? It was almost impossible to tell for some people on social media. Kumasi Asante Kotoko might have just been named Team of the Year at the Ghana Football Awards on Sunday night but their recent social media work has left fans less than pleased with the club.Kotoko, usually very creative with their designs and announcements on social media, have earned the ire of fans, particularly on Twitter with recent attempts to communicate their activities to their 124,000 followers on the site.In the last month, the club has sent out a number of, according to many of their fans, half-hearted tweets announcing club signings, exits and other announcements.The most recent transfer-related tweet involved the confirmation of the departure of Adingrah Moussa.While the tweet was brief and did not offer much information other than the fact that the player was leaving Kumasi “for Accra en route to Abidjan,” it was the picture which accompanied the post that irked fans the most, with one asking if the club’s social media manager worked for free.
Houston also acquired Iman Shumpert in a three-team trade with the Kings and Cavaliers on Wednesday. The Rockets also got Nik Stauskas and Wade Baldwin from the Cavaliers in the deal. Ennis, 28, is averaging 7.4 points and 2.9 rebounds this season.This was the second move the Rockets made before the 3 p.m. ET trade deadline. Related News NBA trade deadline: Rockets acquire Iman Shumpert, move Brandon Knight in 3-team deal The Rockets have traded forward James Ennis to the 76ers.In return, the deal gives Houston the right to swap their 2021 second-round pick with the 76ers’ own 2021 second-round pick, the team announced Thursday. The Rockets sent a first-round pick, Brandon Knight and Marquese Chriss to Cleveland and the Kings received Alec Burks from the Cavaliers as part of the trade.Houston is 32-22, fifth in the Western Conference standings entering Thursday’s play.