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Raijin: A Royal Enfield Classic 500 bobber from West Java

With Royal Enfield’s newer 650 twins hogging the spotlight lately, the company quietly discontinued their Bullet 500 and Classic 500 models last year. And that’s a huge shame. The venerable 499 cc singles have never been known for their performance—but they lured riders in with their simplicity, affordability and vintage looks. As it turns out, the Classic 500 is also a pretty good starting point for a pared-down custom bobber. This one comes from FrontWheel Motors—a workshop in Bogor, just s...
Tags: Indonesia, Motorcycles, Jakarta, West Java, Enfield, Monza, Bogor, Chandra, Custom Motorcycles, Royal Enfield, Raijin, Bobber Motorcycles, FrontWheel Motors, FrontWheel


Heavy rain triggered Indonesia's volcano eruption. This could happen more

The role of rain in this case has raised questions around whether climate change could bring more frequent "lava-dome" eruptions, which tend to be stronger and more destructive than other types.
Tags: Indonesia, Cnn


ConocoPhillips to Sell Indonesia Assets for Over $1 Billion

(Reuters) -U.S. oil and gas producer ConocoPhillips said on Wednesday it will sell its assets in Indonesia for $1.355 billion to domestic energy...
Tags: Indonesia, ConocoPhillips, Reuters


Indonesia Considers Relocations After Deadly Volcanic Eruption

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesia’s volcanology agency is sending a team of researchers to the Mount Semeru volcano to identify areas too dangerous for...
Tags: Indonesia, Jakarta, Reuters Indonesia, Mount Semeru


Indonesia: Indonesia's Omnibus Law: Constitutional Court Decision Deemed Job Creation Law/ Omnibus Law Unconstitutional - Nusantara Legal Partnership

The Constitutional Court of Indonesia recently made a judgement on the juridical examination on Law No. 11 of 2020 on Job Creation, stipulated in Judgement No.91/PUU/XVIII/2020 ("MK Judgement 91/2021").
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Indonesia: Post-grant opposition procedures in Indonesia - Spruson & Ferguson

In Indonesia, third-parties may file a request for post-grant opposition before a Patent Appeal Commission.
Tags: News, Indonesia, Ferguson, Indonesia Spruson


Indonesia: 印尼营商指南 2021:《综合创造就业法》下之一般营商法律指南 - Nusantara Legal Partnership

印尼是全球人口第四大国家,共有2.7亿人口,亦是全球购买力第十大的经济体,并以丰富的天然资源成为G-20国家之一。印尼的国内经济正在增长ʌ
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Indonesia: Doing Business In Indonesia 2021 - General Legal Guide For Doing Business In Omnibus Law Era - Nusantara Legal Partnership

Indonesia is the world's fourth most populous country in the world with 270 million population. It is the world's 10th largest economy in terms of purchasing power parity, and a member of the G20 with a vast natural resource.
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Whoops and grunts: ‘bizarre’ fish songs raise hopes for coral reef recovery

Vibrant soundscape shows Indonesian reef devastated by blast fishing is returning to healthFrom whoops to purrs, snaps to grunts, and foghorns to laughs, a cacophony of bizarre fish songs have shown that a coral reef in Indonesia has returned rapidly to health.Many of the noises had never been recorded before and the fish making these calls remain mysterious, despite the use of underwater speakers to try to “talk” to some. Continue reading...
Tags: Indonesia, Environment, World news, Fish, Asia Pacific, Wildlife, Conservation, Marine Life, Oceans, Coral


Drone footage reveals damage from Indonesia's Mount Semeru volcano eruption – video

Drone footage has captured some of the devastation following the eruption of Mount Semeru on the Indonesian island of Java. Dozens of people have been killed and thousands remain displaced. The volcano continues to spew hot gas and ash, hampering rescue effortsIndonesia president vows to rebuild after volcano eruption as death toll rises to 34 Continue reading...
Tags: Indonesia, Asia Pacific, Volcanoes, Natural Disasters, Mount Semeru


Indonesia president vows to rebuild after volcano eruption as death toll rises to 34

More fatalities expected as search for survivors continues following eruption at Mount Semeru on SaturdayIndonesia’s president has visited areas devastated by a powerful volcanic eruption that killed at least 34 people and left thousands homeless, and vowed that communities would be quickly rebuilt.Clouds of hot ash shot high into the sky and an avalanche of lava and searing gas swept as far as 11 kilometers (7 miles) down Mount Semeru’s slopes in a sudden eruption Saturday triggered by heavy ra...
Tags: Indonesia, Asia Pacific, Volcanoes, Mount Semeru


Indonesia's biodiesel drive is leading to deforestation

Indonesia aims to use biofuels to cut greenhouse gas emissions, but it may damage its forests in the process.
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Hope, Sadness as Volunteers Search for Victims of Indonesian Volcano

By Tommy ArdiansyahCURAH KOBOKAN, Indonesia (Reuters) - At the foot of Indonesia's Mount Semeru, what is left of the houses along the main village...
Tags: Indonesia, Mount Semeru, Tommy ArdiansyahCURAH, KOBOKAN Indonesia Reuters


Indonesia volcano: BBC reporter surrounded by houses buried in ash

Watch Valdya Baraputri in Indonesia describe the path of destruction from Mount Semeru's eruption.
Tags: News, Indonesia, Bbc, Mount Semeru, Valdya Baraputri


Indonesia volcano: Toll rises after Mount Semeru buries villages

Mount Semeru has continued to be active since the major eruption on the island of Java on Sunday.
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Korban tewas letusan gunung berapi Indonesia meningkat menjadi 34

CURAH KOBOKAN, Indonesia: Korban tewas akibat letusan Gunung Semeru di Indonesia naik menjadi 34 pada hari Selasa, kata badan bencana nasional, ketika bantuan dikirim ke daerah yang terkena dampak.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
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Indonesia Bolsters Recovery Efforts After Volcano Kills 34

JAKARTA (Reuters) - Indonesian President Joko Widodo promised on Tuesday to bolster evacuation efforts and repair damaged homes after visiting the...
Tags: Indonesia, Joko Widodo, Jakarta, Reuters


Indonesia Court Rejects Bid to Reinstate Palm Oil Permits in Papua

JAKARTA (Reuters) - An Indonesian court on Tuesday rejected a bid by two companies to reinstate permits for palm oil plantations in its easternmost...
Tags: Indonesia, Papua, Jakarta, Reuters, Reinstate Palm Oil Permits


Mount Semeru, one of Indonesia's most active volca...

Mount Semeru, one of Indonesia's most active volcanoes, erupted on Saturday, December 4, shooting out smoldering hot ash in East Java's Lumajang district.
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Indonesia to ramp up biodiesel efforts to meet green energy targets

In Indonesia, Reuters reports the country will need to achieve 40% biodiesel blending by 2024 in order to reach its renewable energy use targets of 23% by 2020. The original plan was to hit B40 by 2021 but high palm oil prices that have stalled the mandate at 30%. Biodiesel consumption is set to hit more than 10 billion liters in 2022 for the first time. The government is preparing the regulations for B40 to provide security for needed investments.
Tags: Indonesia, Biodiesel, Green Energy, Reuters, Fuels


Indonesia volcano: 'The volcano destroyed our houses - we need help'

Watch this video to see how two survivors' lives have been impacted by Mt Semeru's eruption in Indonesia.
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Indonesia volcano: How I escaped the deadly Mt Semeru eruption

Watch as this survivor describes how he escaped the deadly Mt Semeru eruption in Indonesia.
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In pictures: Mount Semeru volcano erupts in Indonesia

Mount Semeru, one of Indonesia's most active volcanoes, erupted on Saturday, December 4, shooting out smoldering hot ash in East Java's Lumajang district.
Tags: News, Indonesia, Stories, Lumajang


ICQ Podcast Episode 365 – The Right Tool for the Job

In this episode, I joined Colin Butler, M6BOY; Martin Butler, M1MRB; and Ed Durrant, DD5LP to discuss the latest amateur radio news. We discussed: Using an Arduino to Upgrade a 1970s Ham Radio New Law Hits AIS Beacons 10-year-old Radio Ham Launches his 3rd High-Altitude APRS Balloon US Virgin Island Amateur Radio Group Bolsters Repeater Infrastructure Indonesian Radio hams sign MoU with Defense University Norway Introduce Programs to get Kids into Ham Radio Spain Seeks...
Tags: Kids, Indonesia, US, Spain, Computers, Radio, Arduino, Norway, Virgin Islands, ICQ, Martin Butler, Emergency Communications / Public Service, Ed Durrant, Colin Butler, Radio Ham Launches, Defense University Norway Introduce Programs


Indonesia: Use Of National Residence Numbers And Taxpayer Identification Numbers In Public Service - AKSET Law

The addition and inclusion of NIKs and/or NPWPs is intended as the identity marker for every given public service in Indonesia upon a proposed public service application or for every recipient of public service whose status is still active in Indonesia.
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Indonesia: New Foreign Manpower Utilization Plan Approval Request Policy During COVID-19 Pandemic - AKSET Law

Expatriates who have other specific and urgent reasons based on the recommendation from the relevant ministry/government institution.
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Indonesia: DKI Jakarta Is Now Covid-19 PPKM Level 1 - AKSET Law

With the Corona Virus Disease 2019 Pandemic seemingly abating, the Government has incrementally relaxed its previously stringent public activity restrictions policies.
Tags: News, Indonesia, Jakarta


Indonesia volcano erupts again as death toll rises to 22

An Indonesian volcano was active again on Monday, spewing out hot clouds of ash, two days after a powerful eruption killed at least 22 people and left dozens missing. #eruption
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Volcano rescue workers dig through ash in Indonesia after Mount Semeru erupts

Rescue workers in Indonesia continued to dig through thick layers of hot ash and debris Monday to find survivors of a volcanic eruption that left more than a dozen people dead and thousands displaced in the country's East Java province, even as the volcano continued to erupt ash.
Tags: Asia, News, Indonesia, Mount Semeru


Volcano rescue workers dig through thick layers of hot ash in Indonesia

Rescue workers in Indonesia continued to dig through thick layers of hot ash and debris Monday to find survivors of a volcanic eruption that left more than a dozen people dead and thousands displaced in the country's East Java province, even as the volcano continued to erupt ash.
Tags: News, Indonesia, Stories