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This Durable Luggage Is Made of 100% Carbon Fiber

first_imgIf you’re searching for a gift for a business person on the go, the Porsche Design Carbon Briefbag MHZ Durable Luggage makes a great choice. The shoulder strap is detachable, making it highly versatile and stylish. It’s designed with a combination of carbon fiber, leather, and polyester for extreme durability. These materials have lightweight properties and provide a minimalist design that exudes sophistication. As a result, it’s perfect for storing delicate items, such as a laptop. In fact, it comes with a separate laptop compartment for safe storage. There’s also a black slip pocket for convenience. The luggage’s leather and glossy black metal is the standout feature of this product. Although its appearance is its standout feature, it’s great for practical purposes, too. – Advertisement –last_img read more

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Govt sets up checkpoints to monitor people’s mobility between cities, provinces amid ‘mudik’ ban

first_imgRegions across Java have set up checkpoints to monitor the flow of vehicles between cities and provinces, following the government’s ban on Idul Fitri mudik (exodus), which started on Friday.The Transportation Ministry has prepared a number of checkpoints in areas surrounding Jakarta, including Tangerang in Banten, as well as Bekasi, Bogor, Sukabumi and Cikampek in West Java, to prevent people from leaving or entering the capital for the annual tradition.“We are gradually preparing [the checkpoints] on toll roads, national roads, provincial roads, even down to the so-called jalan tikus [alleyways] in districts,” the ministry’s land transportation director general, Budi Setiyadi, said in a press conference on Thursday. Read also: Indonesia suspends all passenger travel across cities to prevent Ramadan exodusThe checkpoints for land routes will be activated from Friday to May 31, in accordance with Transportation Ministerial Regulation No. 25/2020 regarding transportation use control during this year’s mudik period to prevent wider contagion of COVID-19 in the country.Under the regulation, the ministry has set restrictions on all passenger vehicles entering and leaving regions that have imposed large-scale social restrictions (PSBB), including Greater Jakarta and Greater Bandung in West Java.The roads, however, remain open, to accommodate vehicles carrying logistics and essential needs.Millions of Indonesians return to their hometowns every year – often traveling from urban centers to the countryside – to celebrate Idul Fitri, including those from capital Jakarta, a city where many people have migrated to from around the country in search of work.With Jakarta being the country’s epicenter of the outbreak, public health experts have warned that mudik could cause the contagious respiratory illness to spread rapidly across Java.President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo subsequently announced a ban on the Idul Fitri mudik on Tuesday after reviewing a Transportation Ministry survey that said 24 percent of the country’s 270 million people still planned to travel to their hometowns and that 7 percent had already left.The ministry held a meeting on Thursday with regional heads from Java, Bali and Lampung in Semarang, Central Java, to discuss preparations for monitoring the potential mudik flow.Read also: Recovered COVID-19 patient in Central Java urges people not to ‘mudik’Central Java Governor Ganjar Pranowo said the province had prepared 83 inter-regency monitoring checkpoints and inter-provincial monitoring checkpoints spread across the region.“For inter-provincial supervision, there are seven checkpoints, namely at Tegal terminal, Pejagan toll gate, Losari Brebes goods terminal, Wanareja terminal, Pungkruk toll gate, Klonengan Slawi Tegal rest stop and Dukuh Salam terminal,” Ganjar said after the meeting.The provincial administration will also add three checkpoints in its easternmost regencies as Surabaya and its neighboring regencies, Sidoarjo and Gresik, in East Java would start imposing partial lockdowns on Tuesday.Ganjar said he was reviewing plans to ensure the social security of people from the region who lived outside the province, especially those in Greater Jakarta, as they could not return to their hometowns due to the mudik ban.“If [the government] cannot guarantee [their social security], please let us know. We will set up public kitchens in Jakarta to help them,” he said.Read also: ‘I need to protect my family’: Jakartans nix homecoming trips following COVID-19 ‘mudik’ banGanjar said he had asked the Transportation Ministry to be flexible with the monitoring at checkpoints. “If there is a violation, just tell them to go back and if they disobey, they are to be quarantined,” he said.Acting transportation minister Luhut Pandjaitan, who is also the coordinating maritime affairs and investment minister, said regional governments were allowed to improvise and determine how strict they wanted to implement the monitoring, as long as the policy did not contradict the prevailing regulation.“The [transportation] ministerial regulation was formulated to accommodate but regional leaders are allowed to make adjustments. I have asked the land transportation director general to communicate with Central Java. We want to save lives,” Luhut said. (syk) In Tangerang, the ministry has readied a checkpoint at the Bitung toll gate to monitor vehicles heading from Jakarta to Merak, Banten, and vice versa. In Bekasi, a checkpoint has been established in areas bordering Karawang.The ministry has also prepared a checkpoint at Puncak Pass, a tourist destination bordering Bogor regency and Cianjur in West Java. In Sukabumi, meanwhile, a checkpoint has been set up in Cigombong, the border of Bogor regency and Sukabumi.A checkpoint has been set up at the 31-kilometer point on the Jakarta-Cikampek toll road on the border of Bekasi and Karawang, where authorities stood by to conduct inspections on vehicles passing the area.Private vehicles leaving Jakarta for West Java will be asked to make U-turn and return to the capital from West Cikarang.center_img Topics :last_img read more

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Cricket News DDCA cancels Virat Kohli felicitation ceremony in wake of Pulwama terror attack

first_imgThe Pulwama terror attack resulted in calls for the Indian cricket team to boycott the game against Manchester at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 which will be played in Old Trafford, Manchester on June 16. Harbhajan Singh, Sourav Ganguly called for ending all sporting ties with Pakistan while Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly called for the game to be played. Committee of Administrators head Vinod Rai has called for the complete isolation of Pakistan while Rahul Johri, the CEO of BCCI, wrote a letter to the International Cricket Council (ICC) calling for nations to severe all ties with nations that support terrorism. The five-match ODI series is evenly poised heading into the decider in Delhi. India won the Hyderabad ODI by six wickets and held their nerve to clinch the Nagpur ODI by eight runs. Australia withstood a brilliant onslaught from Virat Kohli who scored his 41st century as they won the Ranchi ODI by 32 runs. In the same game, before the start of the match, the Indian cricket team wore army-style caps tio pay tribute to the armed forces. In the Mohali ODI, Australia achieved the highest successful chase by a visiting team in an ODI in India as they chased down 359 to win the match by four wickets.   Virat Kohli scored his 41st century in the Ranchi ODI against Australia.Australia chased down 359 in Mohali, the highest by a visiting team in ODIs against India.The five-match series is evenly poised at 2-2. New Delhi: Before the start of the series-deciding Delhi ODI between India and Australia at the Feroz Shah Kotla, the Delhi and Districts Cricket Association had plans to felicitate Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir and Virat Kohli. Sehwag, Gambhir and Kohli had contributed immensely for the Indian cricket team and the DDCA decided to felicitate the three ‘Delhi legends’ ahead of the Australia ODI. However, the plan has been shelved in the wake of the Pulwama terror attack which killed 40 CRPF Jawans on February 14. Speaking to PTI, DDCA president Rajat Sharma explained the rationale behind canceling the felicitation event. “We had plans of felicitating Sehwag, Gambhir and Kohli but we decided against it since BCCI is also not having an opening ceremony of the IPL.We have also decided to donate Rs 10 lakh to Delhi Police’s Martyrs Fund. As of now, 90 percent of the tickets that was put on public sale has been sold out,” Sharma said. In the wake of the Pulwama terror attack, BCCI decided to call off the IPL opening ceremony but also decided to donate the entire budget of the event for the welfare of the families of the martyrs. The terror attack resulted in plenty of anger and it was cricket which was targeted. State associations in Punjab, Rajasthan and Himachal Pradesh removed pictures of Pakistan cricket players while the Cricket Club of India covered a portrait of Imran Khan, the former Pakistan team skipper who is now the current Prime Minister of the country.  highlights For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

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Syracuse revitalized during doubleheader with Villanova

first_img Published on April 18, 2013 at 12:28 am Contact Debbie: dbtruong@syr.edu | @debbietruong With the lyrics “Rock me, mama” blasting through the speakers, Syracuse launched into a pregame dance party in front of the home dugout.The Syracuse (16-22, 4-7 Big East) players who walked out and managed to command the defense in two close games against Villanova (15-22, 2-11) in Wednesday’s doubleheader didn’t look like the same team that appeared trapped in their heads against DePaul on the same field almost two weeks ago.The pregame pep carried into the first game of the doubleheader as Syracuse re-established itself early with a first-inning Jasmine Watson home run. Watson paced her jog after the ball cleared well past the stadium fence, crossing home plate to cheers of approval emanating from the dugout and the stands.Syracuse wouldn’t score the rest of the game, but it didn’t have to. Backed by a strong defensive effort, the Orange held Villanova scoreless. SU’s success was repeated in the second game, edging the conference opponents 3-2. With Wednesday’s wins, Syracuse heads into the weekend series against Seton Hall riding a three-game winning streak.On Wednesday, Syracuse wasn’t the team Watson said got caught up with fielding errors and struggled to close out games after a series of losses in preconference play.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text“We’ve worked so hard in the fall and coming in the season we worked so hard … and it’s not really coming together as a team. We’re just making little errors, so that’s really frustrating,” Watson said in early March after dropping four games at the Citrus Classic-ESPN Rise.Instead, they appeared sharper, capitalized on hustle plays and overcame a one-run deficit in the second game. Even the weather, which was marred by high winds in Syracuse’s two losses to DePaul on April 6 when SU gave up a combined 26 runs, was different. On Wednesday, the air was still and the sun was blinding to the point of causing a Villanova center fielder to misjudge two fly balls.For Syracuse, it came together Wednesday and Watson expressed another sentiment.“Spirit was definitely high today,” she said after the game. “We always are up but today felt good.”The uplifted spirits were apparent in the pitching, too. With sophomore pitcher Lindsay Taylor, who pitched the bulk of minutes in preconference play, sidelined with an injury, senior Stacy Kuwik has clocked additional minutes at the mound with freshmen Lindsey Larkin and Danielle Chitkowski playing relief. But on Wednesday, Kuwik was on her own, pitching 14 consecutive innings in the doubleheader.Following the losses against DePaul, pitching coach Jenna Caira said the team couldn’t be complacent with throwing pitches and “hoping it hits the corner.” Midway through Wednesday’s first game, a pitch smacked against the metal backdrop, Kuwik paused to stomp her cleats into the dirt and made pitching movements into her glove before resuming the count. If she ever felt pressured, she didn’t let on. Kuwik, just like her teammates, left behind the mental lapses.“She told me sometimes she would be in her head, a little nervous, but I told her I didn’t feel any of that anxiety from her,” Caira said. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Related Stories Kuwik’s sterling pitching performances lead Syracuse to doubleheader sweep of Villanovalast_img read more

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Captain Jackie Firenze prepares for final game in Syracuse uniform

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on October 28, 2015 at 8:29 pm Contact Matt: mralex01@syr.edu Jackie Firenze looked like she was starting to tear up.She said she doesn’t like to think about it, but 10 days before her final game at Syracuse, the senior was forced with to think about the inevitable. “It kind of sucks,” she said.Firenze, a two-year captain, has been a leader for the Orange long before she was granted the privilege of wearing the black and white striped band on her right arm. On Saturday, she’ll take the field for the final time as Syracuse (7-10-1, 3-6 Atlantic Coast) hosts No. 7 Clemson (12-3-1, 6-3) at 1 p.m. at SU Soccer Stadium.“Jackie, she’s been crying about it,” her mother, Kelly Firenze, said. “She’s been struggling … especially as it gets closer, knowing that the end is (near).”AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe beginning, however, started well before taking the field as a freshman in 2012. The Baldwinsville resident grew up an Orange fan and attended women’s soccer games even before Syracuse head coach Phil Wheddon held the position.When it came time to choose a college, Firenze originally committed to Boston University, but thinking about the field she grew up attending influenced her decision to stay.“She changed her mind at the end and she said, ‘Why would I want to go anywhere else?’” Kelly said.As a freshman, Wheddon said the thing that stood out most about Firenze was an edge to her that he said was probably higher than some of his older players.He said the coaches looked at Firenze then and knew she’d be a captain at some point in her Syracuse career.“Of course it’s challenging stepping into a role where you have a lot more responsibilities,” Firenze said. “But I think I was ready for it.”Firenze said any difficulties adjusting to the new position were lessened by what she learned from Alyscha Mottershead and Jenna Rickan, the two captains her freshman year she credits for helping to mold her into the leader she is now.On the field, Firenze is a vocal presence. She can often be seen shouting directions to teammates and motioning across the field. After a 0-0 tie against Cornell on Sept. 11 — the third straight game SU was unable to muster a goal — Firenze was clear things had to change.She struggled to describe the cause of the scoring struggles but was adamant about figuring it out. The next day, Syracuse held a team meeting and went on to put up two goals in its next game, a 2-1 win over Colgate.The elephant in the room on offense was on the forefront of the captain’s mind.“She’s not afraid,” Wheddon said. “And this is one of the things I appreciate most about Jackie, is she’s not afraid to say the things that are uncomfortable.”On Sunday, the senior walked onto the field for the second half of SU’s game against Wake Forest. Sam Hunt’s “Leave the Night On” blared through the speakers and a proud mother beamed from the wet bleachers.Kelly talked of her favorite memory — when Firenze scored the game-winning goal against UConn her freshman year on a shot that snuck through the goalkeeper’s legs with three seconds left, the only time Syracuse has beaten UConn in the last 21 meetings between the two teams — and mentioned how all good things must come to an end.Firenze has thought of trying to play professionally after Syracuse or coaching at the college level, something her mother said would be the “dream job.” The senior isn’t sure exactly where she’ll go from here, but it won’t be far.“She’s not ready to give it up,” Kelly said. “Soccer is in her future.” Commentslast_img read more

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Brady, Belichick and the Greatest Show on Turf: The last Patriots-Rams Super Bowl

first_imgRicky Proehl: We were just a good football team — offensively and defensively. At times, maybe we were too confident. The 1999 season we went from worst [in the division] to first and I think we were humble and hungry. In 2001, we knew what we were capable of.Tommy Polley: Being the naive fool that I am, I broke it down in practice with “Super Bowl.” I already had in my mind we were going.New England, meanwhile, was coming off a 5-11 year in coach Bill Belichick’s first season. The Pats then had to turn to unheralded second-year signal caller Brady in Week 2 when starter Drew Bledsoe went down injured.Bobby Hamilton: We saw something during the offseason. We saw what Belichick was doing. When you were in practice, you could see something special in Tom Brady. He always had a chip on his shoulder. New England, then 5-4, hosted the 7-1 Rams in Week 10 of the regular season and fell 24-17. It was the last game the Patriots would lose.TP: I guess it wasn’t “The Greatest Show on Turf” because you’re not going to beat Belichick that way. Any time you played the Patriots, it felt like they knew you better than you knew yourselves!BH: In the locker room, we thought, “We can do this.” If that’s the best team that we’re going to face, we could see them again.The two would meet again in Super Bowl 36, when the Rams were 14-point favorites.TP: Playing them again, we didn’t see where it was going to be a problem. Tom wasn’t what he is now. View this post on Instagram Omnisport spoke to three men who were involved in the Pats’ stunning 20-17 success: Ricky Proehl, who had the late touchdown reception to draw St. Louis level, Rams rookie linebacker Tommy Polley, and defensive end Bobby Hamilton, who led New England in sacks that season. View this post on Instagram Super Bowl 53: What the world looked like when Tom Brady won his first ring Sunday’s showdown will not be the first time Tom Brady and the Patriots have faced the Rams in a Super Bowl.Back in 2002, New England’s dynasty was born against the then-St. Louis Rams — and their “Greatest Show on Turf” offense — when Brady engineered a late drive that culminated in Adam Vinatieri’s game-winning field goal as time expired in New Orleans. 17 years later, we meet again.A post shared by New England Patriots (@patriots) on Jan 28, 2019 at 8:05am PSTThe Rams entered the campaign two seasons removed from winning the Super Bowl. They had finished with the top-ranked offense in each of the previous two years. Related News View this post on Instagram Unfinished business from 2002. Can the @rams top the Pats this time? #SBLIIIA post shared by NFL (@nfl) on Jan 30, 2019 at 11:42am PSTThough the Rams got on the board first with a field goal, Ty Law returned an interception for a score and Brady connected with David Patten to give New England a 14-3 halftime lead.TP: You knew at some point [the Rams offense] were going to get it rolling. You’d seen it all year, in practice every day. I just think early in the game Coach [Mike] Martz wanted to pass a lot. I think he should have run the ball with Marshall Faulk more.RP: They were doing a good job of showing eight in the box and then dropping guys to take the pass away. Looking back, I think we should have run the ball. Coach Martz was really stuck on, “Hey, we’re gonna throw it.” We felt like as a group that we should have run Marshall more. Sometimes you have to make adjustments. You have the best running back in the league. Run him.BH: That’s the one thing about Belichick – we were going to try and take away the best of what you do.However, the Rams rallied and with 1:30 to go on the clock, Proehl’s touchdown and the subsequent successful extra point made it 17-17.RP: We had struggled all game and when you finally score and tie the game, we felt like, “We’re back in this.”New England’s offense took over on its 17-yard line with no timeouts and 1:21 remaining. Television analyst John Madden said they should “play for overtime” but Brady had other ideas… A lot has changed since @tombrady’s first Super Bowl #SBLIIIA post shared by NFL (@nfl) on Jan 29, 2019 at 2:59pm PSTBH: I saw that highlight when he said that. We saw it in practice, we saw it during the season. You can see it in Tom Brady’s eyes to this day. Tom Brady thinks he can come back at any time.RP: This is Brady’s first show, you’re not thinking, “They’re going to get out of bounds on every single play.”A key play occurred with 41 seconds left when J.R. Redmond gained 11 yards through the air and, crucially, got out of bounds as Polley made the tackle to stop the clock.TP: To me, he was inbounds. They called it out of bounds. That was pivotal where they got some momentum and the time stopped.On the next play the Rams blitzed Brady, who narrowly evaded Polley and threw the ball away. Not including spikes, Brady went 5-of-6 on the drive and that was his only incomplete pass.TP: It was surprising that he even knew the blitz was coming. I think I disguised it pretty good.Having driven 53 yards, Brady spiked the ball to stop the clock with seven seconds left to give Vinatieri a 48-yard field goal for the victory. He duly slotted his kick through and an NFL dynasty was born.BH: It was a high I’d never had before. I couldn’t move. I was crying. The Rams finished with more offensive yards, more first downs and their offense held the ball for longer. Yet, with New England winning the turnover battle 3-0, it was Super Bowl MVP Brady who won his first ring.RP: It was awful. Inside the locker room you can hear the Patriots celebrating on the field. Those are the ones you never forget — the ones where you feel like you should win. Those haunt you forever.TP: We got Brady-ed!last_img read more

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OVERTIME…Goodbye to “The Deacon”

first_imgBILL NEAL, LEFT, WITH DEACON JONES :10 Last week the NFL lost one of its greatest ever players and most certainly one of the 10 greatest D-Lineman of all time. The creator of the head slap, Deacon Jones died of natural causes at the much too young age of 74. Anybody that knew “The Deacon” will tell you it wasn’t all natural causes. The man lived life large…all legal…but large! I know because I had the pleasure and privilege to have interviewed him about 25 years ago, when he was in town to do a “Lite Beer” promo. My first major assignment for the New Pittsburgh Courier, given to me by “The President” of the Know It All Club and my writing mentor Eddie Jeffries. (All I can tell ya without getting head slapped from above is, yes there were women when I got there…4 to be exact! Like I said, natural causes!):09 You gonna believe me or what your lying eyes told ya last night? The Spurs will beat the Heat in seven like I said. (Please God get Fred Crawford off my xxx!):08 Fred…Fred…yo Fred!!! The Pudding Lady’s phone number MMMMAAAANNNN!:07 Sneak Movie of the Year, Trust me on this. Have I ever steered you wrong on the reviews? The answer is no! “Now You See Me,” starring Morgan Freeman, Woody Harrelson and Mark Ruffalo. Little promo and hype…great movie. See it now. 3 1/2 stars.:06 Trivia question for you. (No I’m not doing this every week. Just enjoy the moment.) Name the two Black men who graduated from high school together and made history becoming the first Black NBA coach and the first Black MLB manager? This is amazing stuff. Answer at the end.:05 Hey Manu Ginobili, you’re killing us man. We…Us…the Spurs, can’t beat the Heat if you’re playing for them. C’mon man.:04 This is long overdue, but here’s to my #1 fan and weekly Courier reader J.M.W. AKA Joy Maxberry Woodruff. She’s not only in the locker room she reads the column every week…unlike Rita…what?:03 I interviewed Bill Russell about five years ago when he was in town for the Sports History Center. (Yeah I sit on the board of directors. I keep trying to tell you people…I-AM-SOME-BODY!!) Anyway, he said then that LeBron would end up being the greatest off all time. Aw, what does Bill Russell know?:02 Champions Connie Hawkins Youth Basketball League Tournament coming up in a few weeks. Still looking for boys’ teams, 14 and under. Call 412-628-4856.:01 If you don’t know by now, the Highland Park Tennis Club provides free tennis clinics every Saturday morning at the Highland Park Courts from 9:30-11 a.m. for boys, girls and grown folks, too. And it’s free ya’ll! Now stop saying there’s nothing for my kids to do. If they can swing a racquet, they’re old enough to come. Champion Enterprises is proud to partner with HPTC in this program. Now get your lazy butt down there…Now… No not next week, now!:00 The Par-Tay continues June 28, Champions and the United Rays Corvette Club present Harlem Nights with the Legend Sly Jock; 3 Lakes Golf Club 8 p.m.-1 a.m.-Free Parking-Cash Bar & Kitchen-50/50-Vendors wanted and welcomed-Benefits Champion’s Safe Summer Programs-call 412-628-4856 for more info. Leave your e-mail and we’ll blast ya.:00 Double Overtime—The answer to the trivia question is Bill Russell and Frank Robinson. Now all you Know It Alls…that don’t know it all…Shut Up!Game over Your comments are welcome. Follow @NewPghCourier on Twitter  https://twitter.com/NewPghCourierLike us at https://www.facebook.com/pages/New-Pittsburgh-Courier/143866755628836?ref=hlDownload our mobile app at http://www.appshopper.com/news/new-pittsburgh-courierlast_img read more

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