No bail bond was recommended for his temporary liberty./PN The suspect was detained in the lockup cell of the Talisay City police station. The 23-year-old Wilmar Doria Pasante was caught around 11:20 a.m. on Wednesday, a police report showed. Pasante’s apprehension was staged on the strength of an arrest warrant issued by Judge Dyna Doll Chiongson-Trocio of the Regional Trial Court Branch 40 in Silay City dated Oct. 9, 2019. BACOLOD City – Charged with rape, a man was arrested in Barangay Matab-ang, Talisay City, Negros Occidental.
Ladies who ride custom and retro bikes whilst passionately indulging in the genre’s culture and lifestyle are rare. But that’s exactly what our friend and fellow biker Miazil Jores is.You may remember this French blonde bombshell as one of the winners of the recent Shell Advance #Advance2Langkawi roadtrip that we organised not too long ago.We recently took the time for a chat with Mia to find how she came to call Malaysia – or more specifically Johor Bahru – her home, and to find out how her love for custom bikes came about.About MiaBased out in the peninsula’s southern gateway city of Johor Bahru, Mia currently works as a freelance graphic designer and independent trader of sorts. She’s even dabbled as a model and commercial actress for a bit too.Mia astride a Royal Enfield Bullet 500 whilst riding across Indonesia recently.When she’s not working, Mia is more often seen riding out astride her beloved custom 1998 Harley-Davidson Sportster Rigid – the carburetted version.With nearly 25,000 followers on her Instagram page alone, it is no surprise to see Mia as one of the local custom bikes scene’s most prolific figures and influencers.Keep scrolling to know more on how Mia got into biking, and to know more about what makes this riding bombshell tick.Mia with her beloved custom 1998 H-D Sportster Rigid (carburettor).Tell us about how you found your ‘home’ here in Malaysia.It all began when my family first moved to Singapore when I was 9 years old. From there, we moved to Malaysia, and Taiwan as well for a few of years. I later returned alone to Singapore to complete my university studies, but I found myself back in Malaysia soon after. It is the place I felt more at home and my folks have moved to other countries since.How did the motorcycling bug bite you?I found my love for bikes through my godfather who took me for a ride around the neighbourhood on his motocrosss bike when I was about 7 years old. I grew up wanting to ride a KTM! Since then, I’ve always wanted to be that girl with her own ride! My mom was too worried about me being on a motocross bike at first, but I soon settled for a Yamaha scooter when I was 17 while we were living in Taiwan for a year. With the scooter, I rode from home to school daily and on the weekends through the Taiwanese mountains. It was here that I tasted the road, and there was no turning back from there – the ‘damage’ was done!Mia astride the Victory Vegas 8-Ball cruiser during the Shell Advance #Advance2Langkawi road trip held earlier this year.What got you into the custom and retro bikes scene?I’ve always been an artistic person myself, so when it comes to motorcycles, I naturally leaned into custom bikes. My riding passion deepened while was in the process of building my machine. I have so much admiration for all the talent, skills and art put into customising and building motorcycles.Each motorcycle is a work of art, so much knowledge goes into building parts, putting together a bike and making each and every machine unique. It’s a work of art in its own, and represents the vision of one or more people: the owner, the builder or both.If you think about all the parts needed to build a bike, you can imagine how much talent can be put together in the realisation of one bike: metalwork, leatherwork, body paint and embellishment made by pinstripe artists or hand lettering artists, wood makers, metal engraving, welders, machinists and not forgetting the mechanic that works on more often than not old engines. Think of a bike as a blank canvas, all you really need is the bare minimum and build around the motor.Riding such a bike, which is the laborious fruit from so much talent then becomes an honour. It’s also an expression of individuality. But I will also add that it is an addiction, as you are never truly done customising your motorcycles!Image credit: @zuaimyHow would you describe your style?It would be so hard to put me in one box! I’m a flexible rider and adapt depending on situation, mood, and the bike I am riding. I ride daily, so which makes my bike my main form of transportation. Its also a great way to wake myself up in the mornings and to de-stress in the evenings. I tend to “blow steam” a lot on the highways where I often go full throttle, racing my own shadow.But on weekends I love to travel the old roads and through ‘kampungs’. You could say that I’m much more of a relaxed cruiser rider. I often prefer travelling through these roads, and I have a passion for discovery. I love to get lost and imagine myself on a great adventure. I don’t mind going off road either so as long as the bike I’m riding can handle it.Mia riding a tricked-out custom Suzuki GSX400 in Indonesia recently (Photo credit: @varitamarezky).What was the most memorable riding experience you’ve had recently?I was riding off road in the mountains of Bandung in Indonesia just last month with the guys from Unionwell, Riders and Rules and Picker Store. It was such a beautiful sight, the kind that make you feel miserable for not having a GoPro to capture the views and trails!The best part was that I rode with 15 other bikers who ride bikes of all kinds ranging from motocross to custom scramblers, as well as vintage motorcycles plus a classic Harley-Davidson rigid. Despite the differences, we all managed to ride together and share this beautiful experience and had so much fun doing so.Photo credit: @varitamarezky.What’s on your motorcycling bucket list and how much of it have you completed?I have accomplished much more than I could dream of as a person who works practically every day. I’ve been lucky to find time or get sponsored to ride. I’ve travelled both solo and with friends to so many places in Malaysia and I am currently enjoying exploring my home state of Johor in greater depth. I’d love to go on a long riding trip across Indonesia. The scenery is breathtaking, not to mention the huge classic and custom bikes scene there that makes it even more interesting to ride from one end to the other. I’d also like to meet all these amazing talents, collectors and passionate enthusiasts.Also, I’ve never been to Kelantan, and somehow that bothers me a lot! I did plan a One Malaysia solo trip using old roads starting from the West coast coming down by East coast. I had to cancel this because of work, but that’s definitely one of my pending trips. I just wish to keep being on the road exploring until the day my son can ride with me. I guess I don’t have huge fancy dreams when it comes to riding. And owning a few custom and classic bikes of every kind, about 20, that’s not too much to ask for right?Mia enjoying a night ride astride a Yamaha SX650 (Photo Credit: @sam.bin). Is there something you’d like to say to all your fans and followers?Yes! For those who wish to ride, don’t choose your bike based on the type your friends are riding. For those already riding, just know that it’s ok to ride with your friends who ride totally different bikes as you do. I don’t see mixed groups often enough. I too, have my own group of friends who ride similar rigid bikes, but I often ride with other bikes. I’ve ridden my chopper with caferacers, vespas, superbikes, Japanese bikes and more. The most important thing is that the people you ride with enjoy the same things in riding as you do, the same roads as you do, the same scenery, the same mindset. And more often than not, they’ll make you ride much more enjoyable.So ride with everyone regardless of the make of their bikes, and support those in the scene based on their talents and not on their taste of bikes. Embrace the difference because at the end of the day, we all share the same passion for motorcycles, in our own way.Photo Credit: @sam.binYou can follow Mia on Instagram (@miazil) to see more of her exploits in the local custom and retro bikes scene.--Ads-- Photo Credit: @sam.bin She’s blonde, pretty and loves all things custom and retro. Get to know Miazil Jores in this edition of our Most Interesting Biker segment.
Kereta Buatan PT INKA untuk Bangladesh. Sumber: anekainfounik.files.wordpress.com Sebuah kabar gembira datang dari perkeretaapian Tanah Air. Setelah produsen kereta dalam negeri, PT INKA berhasil membuat perkeretaapian Bangladesh dan Filipina melirik dan meminang mahakaryanya beberapa waktu yang lalu, kini perusahaan yang berbasis di Madiun ini tengah menjajaki peluang dengan pihak asing lain yang juga tertarik dengan produksi BUMN ini.Baca Juga: PT INKA Raih Pesanan Kereta Rel Diesel Untuk Jaringan Metro ManilaSeperti yang diwartakan KabarPenumpang.com dari sejumlah laman sumber, Konsulat Jendral Republik Indonesia (KJRI) di Chicago, Amerika Serikat, Rosmalawati Chalid mengatakan bahwa pihak Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) mengaku tertarik dengan kereta buatan PT INKA. Terdapat peluang bagi Indonesia untuk memasarkan kereta penumpang ke Chicago Transit Authority (CTA),” kata Rosmalawati, dikutip dari laman antaranews.com (7/3/2018). Pernyataan tersebut dilontarkan Rosmalawati setelah dirinya melakukan pertemuan dengan sejumlah jajaran direksi dari CTA pada Senin (5/3/2018) kemarin. Dalam pertemuan tersebut, Rosmalawati mencatat beberapa poin penting yang diutarakan oleh pihak CTA, salah satunya adalah kebutuhan otoritas transportasi Chicago akan ratusan kereta penumpang baru dalam kurun waktu lima tahun kedepan.Nantinya, armada baru tersebut akan mengular di beberapa jalur perluasan di wilayah utara dan selata Chicago, dimana daerah-daerah tersebut kini sudah berkembang menjadi sentral bisnis dan pemukiman baru. Selain itu, pihak CTA juga ingin melakukan peremajaan terhadap sejumlah kereta penumpang yang rata-rata sudah beroperasi selama lebih dari 30 tahun. Dengan pernyataan yang dilontarkan oleh pihak CTA tersebut, Rosmalawati berharap bahwa armada buatan PT INKA dapat merangsek masuk ke pasar Amerika.“Saya harap gerbong buatan PT INKA dapat masuk pasar AS untuk memenuhi kebutuhan gerbong-gerbong baru dalam rangka modernisasi CTA,” tutur Rosmalawati. Ia pun optimis bahwa kereta buatan PT INKA dapat diterima di Amerika Serikat, mengingat track record menanjak PT INKA yang belakangan ini baru saja kebanjiran order dari Bangladesh dan Filipina. “Ratusan kereta penumpang buatan PT INKA baru saja diekspor ke Bangladesh,” imbuhnya.Meski CTA sudah terang-terangan menunjukkan ketertarikannya pada PT INKA, bukan berarti Indonesia dapat langsung bisa mengirim kereta api. Proses penjajakan kerja sama di AS harus melewati sejumlah proses terlebih dahulu, salah satunya adalah bidding.Baca Juga: PT INKA, Kepercayaan Dunia Dalam Industri Kereta di Dalam Negeri“Pemasaran kereta buatan Indonesia ke AS harus melalui proses bidding dan harus memenuhi spesifikasi yang ditentukan. Kereta penumpang yang dioperasikan di berbagai negara bagian di AS tidak memiliki standardisasi yang sama. Kereta yang beroperasi di Washington, D.C., Boston dan Chicago masing-masing memiliki spesifikasi ukuran tersendiri,” terang Rosmalawati.CTA sendiri merupakan perusahaan transportasi yang mengoperasikan sistem rapid transit yang dikenal sebagai the Chicago “L”. Sistem transportasi ini sendiri melayani kota Chicago dan sekitarnya.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... RelatedDari 438 Kereta Pesanan PT KAI, 288 Unit Telah Diserahkan oleh PT INKA21/01/2019In “Darat”PT INKA, Kepercayaan Dunia Dalam Industri Kereta di Dalam Negeri18/04/2017In “Domestik”Sepak Terjang PT INKA di Mancanegara yang Harumkan Nama Ibu Pertiwi28/05/2018In “Domestik”
Hinako Shibuno plays a shot Thursday on the opening day of the Earth Mondahmin Cup at Camellia Hills Country Club in Chiba Prefecture. | GETTY / KYODO The 72-hole tournament is the first event on the Japan LPGA Tour to be held without spectators, a protective measure many sports have taken against the spread of the virus. Instead, all four rounds will be broadcast live on the internet.Some international players were unable to compete due to travel restrictions caused by the virus outbreak.The Japan Ladies Professional Golfers' Association said Wednesday all 144 players and staff had been tested for the virus and none got positive results.Four events on the tour scheduled for July have already been called off because of the health crisis. The association said in May that it would combine the 2020 and 2021 seasons due to the cancellation of more than half of the events originally set for this year. KEYWORDS Hinako Shibuno, Japan LPGA, Earth Mondahmin Cup RELATED PHOTOS IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 The women's professional golf tour in Japan opened its season Thursday following a roughly four-month delay due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, with the first round of the Earth Mondahmin Cup held behind closed doors.Hinako Shibuno, the surprise winner of the 2019 British Open, and world No. 4 Nasa Hataoka, who has three victories on the U.S. LPGA Tour, were among the golfers who teed off after a one-hour rain delay at Camellia Hills Country Club in Chiba Prefecture. GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES
Milan Djuric played the part as super sub; his second-half header proving to be the difference at Ashton Gate on Saturday (March 17th).Fulham, Middlesbrough and Sheffield United all drew, with City's win enough for them to leapfrog the Blades and go level on points with sixth-placed Boro.Johnson told BCTV: "That's a big, big win - make no mistake about it!"This was a big game with a lot of pressure on the players. It could have been a swing if Middlesbrough had won and we'd lost, so it would have been six or seven points difference and the gap suddenly becomes difficult to catch so to keep chasing that pack [was important]."I thought we played well. We were dominant in the first half, tactically we were very good but the difference in the Sheffield Wednesday game was that we enlightened the crowd by having more efforts on goal. I felt Ipswich would have fatigued, given that they played on Tuesday, they didn't but we did need to move the ball around.
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For all the Latest Sports News News, Other Sports News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps. Kolkata: Struggling for consistency, five-time world champion Viswanathan Anand on Tuesday said he is becoming “my own worst enemy”. Anand missed the Grand Chess Tour Finals by just 1.5 points, getting eliminated after managing just one point in the last five games of the Tata Steel Rapid and Blitz tournament that concluded here on Tuesday.“I’ve no words to describe. I would give myself a chance and then I would become my own worst enemy. That probably bugs me. If I had no chance then it would have been nice actually,” Anand said after the tournament.The biggest heartbreak came in the round 15 when the former Blitz king lost to Dutch number one, Anish Giri, from a winning position and saw his flag fall in front of the crestfallen spectators at the National Library Auditorium.Such was the despair that Anand remembered veteran John Cleese’s dialogue from the 1986 movie Clockwise where the British actor says: “It’s not the despair, Laura. I can take the despair. It’s the hope I can’t stand.”“I’m okay with failure but it’s the hope that’s killing me. This is what I was doing today. I kept giving myself a chance and then I destroyed myself. “It (the game against Anish) was probably the final straw.I was just winning. I forgot about the clock. If I won the game, I was back in contention. I was my worst enemy,” he rued. In such troubled times, the Indian wizard found solace from his son Akhil’s dance performances at school. “Almost the whole year, I’ve been struggling to put up any kind of stability and consistency.The good news is my son got second prize in school dance competition so that’s the most important thing right now. The joy of being a father. “I was at home when he was practising for his competition.He took it very seriously, putting the soundtrack and would the steps. It paid off.” Anand, who had finished third in the penultimate leg in Bucharest, concluded with a seventh-place finish.Anand had earlier missed the ticket for the next year’s Candidates. “This year has been tough. The nice thing when you come to the end of the year you tend to forget everything and kind of wipe the slate. Hopefully, I can look forward to next year,” Anand, who turns 50 next month, said.“Right now I’ve to think about why things are going so wrong. Try to be better next year,” he said. Reigning world champions Magnus Carlsen finished the tournament with a whopping 27 points and broke his own record in the Grand chess tour, bettering his 26.5 points scored at Abidjan, Ivory Coast earlier this year.“I knew before today that I needed to score points to regain the world number one spot in Blitz. I think I’m second now—that’s a bit less disastrous than being fifth. But in the long run, being number one is what it counts where I feel like I belong,” the Norwegian said.
NEW DELHI: All India Football Federation (AIFF) has named IM Vijayan as one of India’s legendary footballers for its Padma Shri. National media reports quoting AIFF sources said that Vijayan’s name was submitted to the sports ministry. He was awarded the Arjuna Award in 2003.One of the greatest strikers India has ever seen, Vijayan started his football career at the age of 17 through the Kerala Police. He grew up to be one of India’s highest-paid footballers by selling soda and silk during a football match at Thrissur Corporation Stadium.During his career, he has played for clubs such as Mohan Bagan, FC Cochin, JCT Fagwara, Churchill Brothers and East Bengal. He made his international debut in 1989 and played 66 matches for India. He also scored 40 goals. He was in good form in 1999, scoring 10 goals in 13 matches.He also holds the record for the fastest goal in football history. In the South Asian Football Federation Cup, Vijayan netted in the 12th minute against Bhutan. At the 1999 South Asian Games, he scored a hat-trick against Pakistan. At the Afro-Asian Games in India in 2003, he became the tournament’s top scorer with four goals.He was named AIFF’s Best Footballer of the Year in 1992, 1997 and 2000 and was booted in 2006.He made his acting debut in 2001 in Jayaraj’s Malayalam film Shantha. She has acted in over 20 films in Malayalam and Tamil.Content Highlights: AIFF recommends Football Great IM Vijayan’s Name for Padma Shri Award
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Podium finish for Denis Lynch and All Star in London Global Champions Tour Grand Prix 5 August 2017, 20:02 Home » General » Podium finish for Denis Lynch and All Star in London Global Champions Tour Grand Prix Tipperary’s Denis Lynch and the 14-year-old stallion All Star have taken third place on the podium in tonight’s five-star Longines Global Champions Tour Grand Prix in London.Denis Lynch and All Star (Photo: Stefano Grasso)Lynch and All Star were one of 11 combinations who made it through to the jump-off and they raced into the lead with a brilliant clear round in 39.35 seconds when seventh to go against the clock. They were eventually overtaken by Britain’s Scott Brash and Hello Forever who produced the winning clear in 38.62 when second last to go, to take the winners prize of €99,000. Ben Maher and MTF Madame X finished as runners-up when jumping clear in 38.68 when last to go and took home €60,000, while Lynch collected €45,000 for his third place finish. The Tipperary rider had earlier helped Miami Glory to victory in the London leg of the Global Champions League with a clear round aboard RMF Echo.Afterwards Denis Lynch was delighted with how his horses performed,“I came with my two best horses so expectations were quite high. We won the [Global Champions] league and third in the Grand Prix so i’m delighted with both horses. He is not the quickest horse All Star and we are all well aware of that. I did less strides maybe here and there but the horses that came after me were naturally quicker horses across the fences and that’s what caught me but i’m delighted with my horse today.”Denis Lynch was earlier this week named on the Irish Aga Khan squad, sponsored by The Underwriting Exchange and Devenish, for this Friday’s Nations Cup competition at the Dublin Horse Show. He is joined by Bertram Allen, Mark McAuley, Shane Breen and Cian O’Connor with team manager Rodrigo Pessoa set to name his final four riders on Thursday. Tags: