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Snow Tiger: Hookie’s Triumph flat tracker is just purrfect

Flat track racing is still going strong in the USA and Europe, and we’re starting to see customizers building personal track bikes between client projects. This chunky Triumph T100R belongs to Hookie Co. founder Nico Mueller—and despite its age, it carries the same sharp aesthetic that the German shop has become known for. Nico originally found the 1967 T100R Tiger (also known as the Daytona) on eBay in the UK, after seeing a post on Sideburn Magazine’s website. Some digging revealed that...
Tags: Europe, Usa, UK, Germany, Munich, Motorcycles, Honda, Dresden, Bsa, Nico, Yamaha, Daytona, Bates, Carsten, Koni, South Division


#NAMA: Data Protection Bill needs to clearly differentiate between data fiduciaries and processors

“There is absolute lack of clarity around what critical data could mean. When we are re-engineering our systems to comply with the current laws, how do we factor in the uncertainty and the lack of predictability on something like this?” Shweta Rajpal Kohli, Salesforce’s country director for government affairs and public policy (India and South Asia), said. Microsoft’s S Chandrashekhar, also agreed that gaps in the Personal Data Protection Bill makes it difficult to predict additional operational...
Tags: Travel, Google, Cloud, UK, News, Microsoft, Privacy, India, Office, Data Protection, Dell, Bill, Salesforce, South Asia, Bsa, Dynamics


#NAMA: PDP Bill needs to address issues around adequacy

“As far as the big MNCs are concerned, the [compliance] burden is only a delta on top of what GDPR’s is because fortunately we had to get ready for the GDPR,” S. Chandrasekhar, group director of policy and government affairs at Microsoft India, said, continuing, “We are only concerned now more about the provisions that are going much further than the GDPR such as non-personal data and other things because we need to calibrate our engineering effort to make agreements and stuff like that. The add...
Tags: Travel, Google, Europe, News, Microsoft, Privacy, India, US, European Union, Mozilla, Data Protection, Bill, South Asia, Bsa, Gdpr, Kohli


#NAMA: Issues with inferred data and non-personal data in the PDP Bill 2019

“From a customer perspective, the entire purpose of data protection will be defeated if inferred data is not regulated. Because that’s literally the biggest tool in the hands of technology companies, and that’s where most privacy violations are likely to happen,” Nikhil Narendran, partner at Trilegal, said. Narendran was speaking at our discussion on June 26 on the impact of the Personal Data Protection Bill, 2019, on cloud and telecom services, supported by Microsoft and Google. The definition ...
Tags: Travel, Google, News, Microsoft, Privacy, European Union, Mozilla, Data Protection, Bill, Committee, Bsa, Authority, Central Government, Ministry, DPA, NPD


Under New Director, Ballet San Antonio Will Go Ahead With New Season

“The coronavirus had barely arrived in Germany just before Sofiane Sylve was hired Feb. 1 as the new artistic advisor for Ballet San Antonio. Her experiences there in May with strict coronavirus protocols at the Dresden Semperoper Ballett, where she is principal dancer and ballet master, gave her insight into how BSA will adapt its teaching and performances to keep dancers and audiences safe.” – Rivard Report (San Antonio)
Tags: Art, Germany, Dance, Bsa, Sofiane Sylve, Ballet San Antonio, 06.23.20, Dresden Semperoper Ballett


Episode 32 | Capricorn Lunar Eclipse: A Minnesota Goodbye

SHOW NOTES FOR EPISODE 32 (6/29/20) Title: 032 | Capricorn Lunar Eclipse: A Minnesota Goodbye April and Jen bring you up to speed on a busy holiday week here in the US: The second of three Jupiter/Pluto meet-ups; Mercury and the Sun join forces and sextile Uranus in Taurus; Saturn heads back to Club Capricorn; and we wave a goodbye sparkler at the last Cancer/Capricorn eclipse for 8 years: an Independence Day lunar eclipse. Plus: Flag cake, the Minnesota goodbye, helpful advice from the San...
Tags: Podcast, Minnesota, US, Nasa, The Sun, Santa Claus, Saturn, San Diego Zoo, Mercury, Capricorn, Astrology, Bsa, Grasshoppers, Jen, Sun Mercury, Lunar Eclipse


Boys still sexually abused by Scout volunteers despite reforms, arrest suggests

He played Santa Claus at a charity Christmas breakfast. He volunteered at tree plantings and neighborhood clean-ups. He worked the pancake breakfast to raise money for Boy Scout programs in low-income Long Beach schools. “I love to help,” says Lewis Brownson’s Facebook page by way of introduction. Brownson, 43, has been feted in the city’s “Sparks of Change Neighborhood Leadership Program” for his contributions and hard work. But, in an agonizingly common twist, the Boy Scout leader was arrested...
Tags: Texas, Crime, News, Washington, Time, Los Angeles, Sport, Bankruptcy, Soccer, Tennessee, Long Beach, Courts, Catholic Church, Santa Claus, Boy Scouts, Riverside County


Even better than the real thing: Two ‘new’ BSA trackers

In the annals of dirt track history, one of the most famous race bikes is the BSA Trackmaster. Dirt fans will know that it was campaigned by the charismatic but crash-prone Dave Aldana, who also featured in the movie On Any Sunday. In 1970 Aldana was beaten to the Grand National title by Gene Romero, but fifty years later, there are still plenty of folks who remember the BSA he raced. The classic BSA ‘Trackmaster’ even has fans in Europe, and some of the most passionate are to be found in ...
Tags: Europe, UK, Motorcycles, Bsa, Frank, Barnes, Brembo, Zoe, Chartres, Custom Motorcycles, Ceriani, David Marvier, Aldana, BSA motorcycles, Zoe David, Norton Villiers


Agenda and Reading List: Discussion on Privacy and Cloud & Telecom; Jun 26 #Ad

We are getting ready for our online discussion on the impact of the Personal Data Protection Bill on Cloud and Telecom services in India, on Friday, June 26. This is second in a series of sessions we are putting together on Privacy and its effect on specific sectors. This session is open to a select list of invitees to observe and pose questions to the speakers, and you can still apply to attend here: https://forms.gle/xqoMqzNDqKLQdRSBA We have a great line-up of speakers, starting with a keynot...
Tags: Travel, Google, Cloud, News, Microsoft, India, Ad, Telecom, Bill, Bsa, Data Security Council of India, NASSCOM, Nama, Software Alliance, European Data Protection Supervisor, Rama Vedashree


Episode 31 | Mars in Aries and the Swivel Chair of Doom

SHOW NOTES FOR EPISODE 31 (6/22/20) Title: 031 | Mars in Aries and the Swivel Chair of Doom April and Jen convene their Neptune-impaired noggins for a preview of the week’s planetary news: Neptune turns backwards in Pisces, Venus turns forward in Gemini, and Mars heads into Aries for a brisk handshake with Saturn in Aquarius. Also, a First Quarter Moon in Libra invites you to pull up a chair alongside a roaring fire, and enjoy an anthropomorphic bunny parade in fellowship with friends. Plus...
Tags: Podcast, Mars, Pluto, Neptune, Venus, Libra, Aries, Astrology, Bsa, Jen, Episodes, Olympia Dukakis, First Quarter Moon, Mars In Aries, Big Sky Astrology, Venus Direct


Episode 30 | Cancer Solar Eclipse: You’re Buffering

SHOW NOTES FOR EPISODE 30 (6/15/20) 030 | Cancer Solar Eclipse: You’re Buffering April and Jen offer a summary of something summer-y: Let’s welcome the dog days in the northern hemisphere with the Cancer Solstice, followed a few hours later by a Cancer New Moon/Solar Eclipse. Mercury also feels the crab’s pinch as it turns retrograde. And Mars hears opportunity calling from Jupiter and Pluto’s general direction. Plus: Seinfeld, fairy tales, an 80s earworm, and a little Nat King Cole, just for...
Tags: Podcast, Cancer, Mars, Jupiter, Solar Eclipse, Pluto, Astrology, Bsa, Jen, Solstice, Mercury Retrograde, Episodes


Ep. 29 | Neptune Washing Over All, and the US Pluto Return

Episode 29 | Neptune Washing Over All, and the US Pluto Return April & Jen dogpaddle through the waters of a deeply Neptunian week: the Last Quarter Moon is in watery Pisces, and Neptune aspects the Sun and Mars. How many ways does the Universe have to ask us to open our hearts and our ears to one another? Plus: does the widespread unrest in recent weeks signal the dawning of the US’s Pluto return? Order a personalized Followed by a Moonshadow eclipse report! To join the podcast conversatio...
Tags: Podcast, Minneapolis, US, Moon, The Sun, Gibraltar, Mars, Pluto, Neptune, Astrology, Pisces, Bsa, Jen, Tubman, Episodes, Last Quarter Moon


Episode 28 | Eclipses and Nodes: Why be Mean when you can be True?

028 | Eclipses and Nodes: Why be Mean when you can be True? April and Jen bring you the scoop on this week’s Venus/Mars showdown, its Sun/Mars showdown, and the first of three eclipses over what promises to be one heck of a 6-week eclipse season. Also: A mini-lesson on Mean vs. True Lunar Nodes. Plus: a celebration of two dazzling, Gemini-kissed individuals who help us bring you the BSA Podcast each week! Or listen here Order a personalized Followed by a Moonshadow eclipse report! To join th...
Tags: Podcast, Moon, The Sun, Mars, Venus, Gemini, Sagittarius, Astrology, Pisces, Bsa, Eclipse, Joel, Jen, Emily, Bob Ross, Sun Mars


Episode 27 | The Amazing Disappearing Venus & Cancer’s Flavor of the Day

SHOW NOTES FOR EPISODE 27 (5/25/20) Title: 027 | The Amazing Disappearing Venus, & Cancer’s “Flavor of the Day” April and Jen track Mercury as he judges a beauty pageant, then enters absorbent, flavor-of-the-day Cancer. There’s a dynamic First Quarter Moon in Virgo on some provocative Sabian symbols. And Venus disappears into the underworld, prompting a discussion of Venus’s hide-and-seek cycle and her role in the June 5 lunar eclipse. Relationships much? Plus: Milwaukee frozen custard, mil...
Tags: Podcast, Usa, Milwaukee, Earth, Moon, Jordan, Tom Jones, Venus, Virgo, Astrology, Bsa, Eclipses, Jen, Sibley, New Moon, Episodes


More than 6 decades old BSA B31 Plunger model fully restored

IndianAutosBlog.com reader Vishal Agarwal from Bangalore has shared yet another...
Tags: Autos, Bsa, Bangalore, Vishal Agarwal


Essence of a Motorcycle: Heiwa’s Suzuki ST250 scrambler

Kengo Kimura is one of the world’s most versatile bike builders. He can create high-end customs that win ‘Best In Show’ prizes at Mooneyes. He can also build wild concepts for the likes of BMW. And then he can take a humble commuter bike and make it look like a million dollars. This elegant little scrambler is based on Suzuki’s ST250, an anonymous but competent single launched in the mid 90s and sold around the world under several different names—including TU250 and Volty. In the US, the ...
Tags: Facebook, US, Motorcycles, Bmw, Bsa, Suzuki, Heiwa, Kimura, Custom Motorcycles, Kengo Kimura, Heiwa Motorcycle, Suzuki Motorcycles, Scramblers


United Arab Emirates: Insurance Claims Management: Using The Most Appropriate Governing Law & Jurisdiction Clause In Reinsurance Contracts - BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP

BSA are often instructed by the London market for coverage advice pending disputes between cedant and reinsurers. Many of those treaty terms will be governed...
Tags: London, News, United Arab Emirates, Bsa, Associates LLP, Ahmad Bin Hezeem


Episode 24 | Scorpio Full Moon & Lunar Nodes for Grasshoppers

SHOW NOTES FOR EPISODE 24 (5/4/20) Title: 24 | Scorpio Full Moon & Lunar Nodes for Grasshoppers April and Jen approach the Full Moon week with beginner’s mind, as the Lunar Nodes shift into Gemini and Sagittarius for the next 18 months. Also: Saturn in Aquarius turning retrograde signals that it’s time to reassess commitments and do some foundational retrofitting; Mercury dons a rakish silk hat; the Sun points a finger; and a Scorpio Full Moon just made for deep-cleaning. Plus, googly eyes and...
Tags: Podcast, Moon, Mars, Neptune, Scorpio, Capricorn, Astrology, Bsa, Grasshoppers, Murphy, Jen, South Node, Full Moon, Episodes, Saturn Retrograde, Aries New Moon


Africa Dangerously Behind On Medical Gear To Battle Coronavirus

JOHANNESBURG (AP) — Africa’s coronavirus cases have surged 43% in the past week but its countries are dangerously behind in the global race for scarce medical equipment. Ten nations have no ventilators at all. Outbid by richer countries, and not receiving medical gear from top aid donor the United States, African officials scramble for solutions as reported virus cases have climbed past 27,000. Even in the best scenario, the United Nations says 74 million test kits and 30,000 ventilators will...
Tags: Europe, News, China, Southeast Asia, India, Africa, Ap, United States, South Africa, United Nations, Ethiopia, Who, World Health Organization, Associated Press, South Pacific, Johannesburg


Twisted Throttle and Denali Electronics Ambassadors for 2020

A little while ago I got an email from Twisted Throttle saying they were accepting applications for 2020 brand ambassadors. Needless to say, I applied almost immediately because who wouldn’t want to have access to the awesome collection of aftermarket accessories sold by Twisted Throttle?! In case you’ve never heard of TT, have a click on the link for a peek. I was thrilled to get the news not long after that I had been selected as one of the new ambassadors for 2020! It turns out Denal...
Tags: News, Wales, Motorcycles, Washington Dc, Tennessee, Morocco, David Beckham, Patagonia, South America, Bmw, New Mexico, El Salvador, Marissa, Vietnam, North Carolina, Quebec


Episode 20 | Libra Full Moon: A Magic Carpet Ride

SHOW NOTES FOR EPISODE 20 (4/6/20) Title: 020 | Libra Full Moon: A Magic Carpet Ride April and Jen parse this week’s intense Libra Full Moon, contemplate how to use this week’s innovative Mars/Uranus aspect to rethink how you’re doing things, and explore why Mercury entering Aries says it’s okay to think about yourself a bit. This Full Moon highlights Jen’s own birth Moon in a big way, prompting a mini-lesson on Lunar Returns… happy birthday, Moon! Plus: Hobnobbing about old-timey TV, spinni...
Tags: Podcast, Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Pluto, Capricorn, Aries, Astrology, Bsa, Jen, Creek, Full Moon, Episodes, Mercury In Aries, Mars square Uranus, Gemini Sagittarius


Episode 020 | Libra Full Moon: A Magic Carpet Ride

SHOW NOTES FOR EPISODE 20 (4/6/20) Title: 020 | Libra Full Moon: A Magic Carpet Ride April and Jen parse this week’s intense Libra Full Moon, contemplate how to use this week’s innovative Mars/Uranus aspect to rethink how you’re doing things, and explore why Mercury entering Aries says it’s okay to think about yourself a bit. This Full Moon highlights Jen’s own birth Moon in a big way, prompting a mini-lesson on Lunar Returns… happy birthday, Moon! Plus: Hobnobbing about old-timey TV, spinni...
Tags: Podcast, Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Pluto, Capricorn, Aries, Astrology, Bsa, Jen, Creek, Full Moon, Episodes, Mercury In Aries, Mars square Uranus, Gemini Sagittarius


United Arab Emirates: COVID-19 Developments - BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP

As the COVID-19 situation develops, we would like to take this opportunity to say that BSA are continuing business as usual.
Tags: News, Bsa, Associates LLP, Ahmad Bin Hezeem, COVID


United Arab Emirates: Coronavirus Outbreak - Impact On Regional (Re)insurance & Coverage Issues - BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP

World Health Organisation (WHO) have officially declared COVID-19 as a pandemic. BSA have already received several instructions regarding coverage advice related to matters arising from the coronavirus.
Tags: News, United Arab Emirates, Bsa, World Health Organisation WHO, Associates LLP, Ahmad Bin Hezeem, COVID


Episode 019 | Jupiter Meets Pluto: Two Thumbs…Up?

SHOW NOTES FOR EPISODE 19 (3/30/20) Title: 019 | Jupiter Meets Pluto: Two Thumbs…Up? Feisty Mars enters Aquarius this week and teams up with Saturn to start the work of serious social change. Venus in Gemini downloads some new eBooks, the First Quarter Moon in Cancer prompts our salute to The Fonz, and Mercury meets The Fog (Neptune). And Jupiter makes the first in a series of aspects to Pluto that promises to be…interesting. Plus: April & Jen pull into Conjunction Junction (what’s your funct...
Tags: Apple, Earth, Mars, Saturn, Jupiter, Pluto, Charlie Brown, Neptune, Venus, Aquarius, Astrology, Bsa, Jen, Moonwatch, Jupiter Pluto, Dana Gerhardt


United Arab Emirates: Coronavirus Outbreak – Impact On Regional (Re)Insurance & Coverage Issues - BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP

World Health Organisation (WHO) have officially declared COVID-19 as a pandemic. BSA have already received several instructions regarding coverage advice related to matters arising from the coronavirus
Tags: News, United Arab Emirates, Bsa, World Health Organisation WHO, Associates LLP, Ahmad Bin Hezeem, COVID


Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

As the COVID-19 situation continues to develop, it seems the best thing to do is follow the advice in the Scouts BSA handbook, "What to Do When Lost": Stay calm, think, observe, and plan. ...


United States: FinCEN Assesses Civil Penalty Against Former Risk Officer For Failing To Prevent BSA Violations - Cadwalader, Wickersham & Taft LLP

FinCEN assessed a civil monetary penalty against a former chief operational risk officer for failing to prevent Bank Secrecy Act ("BSA") violations.
Tags: News, United States, Bsa, FinCEN, Taft LLP, BSA Violations Cadwalader Wickersham


Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills (IOLS)

This class is appropriate for all Scoutmasters, Assist. Scoutmasters or any adult who attends Scouts BSA camping trips. ...
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Don’t deal with non-personal data, ease up on data localisation: BSA on Data Protection Bill

The Personal Data Protection Bill should remove non-personal data from its ambit, BSA, the global software alliance, wrote in its submission to the Joint Parliamentary Committee on the Bill. The clause is too broad and encompasses all data other than non-anonymised personal data, BSA argued. This goes beyond the ambit of Personal Data Protection Bill […] ...
Tags: Travel, News, Bill, Bsa, Personal Data Protection Bill, Joint Parliamentary Committee, Personal Data Protection Bill 2019, PDP Bill 2019 Submissions