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JAKARTA - To achieve growth in the gross domestic products at seven percent by 2012, the Indonesian government must advance the capital expenditure twice as much as this year's budget.
The government this year have just spent infrastructure expenditure by 3.5 percent of the GDP. "It's still too low," said World Bank Lead Financial Economist, P.S. Srinivas, today, Sept 30.
If the government can double the budget, the infrastructure growth in Indonesia may get to a level as it did before the 1998 crisis. "Indonesia may exceed China," he said.
However, Srinivas said that the government cannot depend much on private sector to
boost infrastructure development.
In addition, private sector may contribute to 20-30 percent of the required infrastructure development. "Private sector will not set up infrastructure in neither Papua nor East Nusa Tenggara," he said.
Economists estimated that the Indonesian economy will be one of the world's superiors next year.
Fauzi Ichsan, a senior economist at the Standard Chartered Bank, believed that Indonesia's GDP would reach 6.2 percent late this year.
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JAKARTA - The Jakarta administration will work on developing mass rapid transit (MRT), which is estimated to be in operation in 2016.
However, issues on such natural disasters as ooding and earthquake surface. In addition, some MRT stations will be located under the ground. PT MRT Jakarta, the project developer, guarantees that the MRT project will endure earthquake and ooding.
According to him, those issues on ooding, earthquake and weak soil may be anticipated by applying technical engineering like levelling up entrances to the stations, soil improvement, and building construction.
The physical development of the MRT project is about to start as the project auction will be initiated by late November 2010. "The Jakarta MRT will be capable of carrying 220 thousand passengers per day," said PT MRT President Director, Tribudi Rahardjo.
Based on the MRT blue-print, there are 13 stations that will be established. Dukuh Atas station, situated at the center of the Indonesian capital, will be the linkage of various modes of MRT.
The station will be set up by implement-ing transit-oriented development concept. 13 stations are planned to take place along the routes.
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Infrastructure Expenditure Must Be DoubledThe government cannot depend much on private sectorto boost infrastructure development.
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JAKARTA - Muara Baru, North Jakarta, and Cenkareng, West Jakarta, have experienced the worst land subsidence in the capital over the past eight years, according to the city administration.
Muara Baru has suered by far the worst, having sunk 116 centimeters.
Cenkareng has subsided by 65 centime-ters, while Kelapa Gading in North Jakarta has descended 47 centimeters.
The results come from a study of 60 points in the capital by Herry Andreas, a consultant for Jakartas Industry and Energy oce and an earth scientist at the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB).
The area around Jalan MH. Thamrin, the National Monument and Gambir in Central Jakarta has declined 15 centime-ters, while Cibubur and Kebayoran in South Jakarta have dipped by 11 centi-meters.
The land subsidence is dierent in each area, depending on the soil condition, Yusuf Eendi Pohan, the head of Jakartas Industry and Energy oce, said on Friday.
He said the subsidence in the capital was caused by four factors: massive extraction of groundwater, building weight, natural consolidation of soil layers and tectonic movements.
The administration, though, was quick to assure residents that they were in no danger of one day nding themselves under water.
Jakarta Areas Muara Baru, Cengkareng Sinking Fastsource : thejakartaglobe.com Arientha Primanita
source : thejakartaglobe.com
Paris. The Asian palm civet, a small nocturnal carnivore famous for excreting coee beans prized by gourmets, in fact comprises three species, French scientists said on Wednesday.
Instead of one species, until now known as Paradoxurus hermaphro-ditus, there should be three, according to molecular biologists at the Museum of National History in Paris.
The species have developed sepa-rately in dierent habitats north-eastern India; Southeast Asia, including Indonesia; and parts of Borneo and the Philippines.
Tree-loving and fruit-eating, palm civets are arguably best known for a smooth-tasting Indonesian coee known as Kopi Luwak.
Its beans come from the ripest fruits eaten by the civet, which are claimed to pass through its diges-tive tract unscathed, enhanced by enzymes.
Retrieved from the faeces, the beans are roasted before being sold for up to 500 dollars per kilogram. Only 200 kilos of the coee are produced each year.
IndonesiasCoee Bean-Excreting Civet Cats a DistinctSpecies: Scientists
Jakarta will not drown, that is unless we sleep and do nothing, said Putu Indiana, deputy head of the Public Works Oce.
He said the administration was rehabili-tating rivers and streams throughout the city, which would improve the ow of water to the sea, thus helping prevent further subsidence.
Peni Susanti, head of Jakartas Environ-mental Agency (BPLHD), said the city had imposed higher taris on ground-water to limit extraction, which contrib-utes 17.5 percent of land subsidence.
Peni said there had been a drop in groundwater use since the higher taris were introduced last year.
In 2008, 21.88 million cubic meters of groundwater was extracted, 18.16 million cubic meters in 2009 and 8.58 million cubic meters through Septem-ber this year.
Muhammad Tauchid Tjakra Amidjaja, the citys assistant for development and the environment, said other action was being taken to prevent Jakarta from drowning.
They included optimizing the supply of tap water to further discourage ground-water extraction and a ood mitigation plan that included the rehabilitation of water channels and dams.
Wiryatmoko, the head of Jakartas Spatial Planning Oce, also assured that the citys future plans would take an environmentally friendly approach.
BERLIN - Angela Merkel, the leader of Europes richest country, still hoards food. Thats how much power Cold War-era habits still hold over Germans like Merkel who grew up in the communist east, a full two decades after reunication.
The chancellor still does her laundry with an East German detergent, prepares East Germans favorite Soljanka soup (made with sausages and pickle juice) and cant ght the urge to stockpile goods she sees at the market.
Sometimes I cant stop myself from buying things just because I see them even when I dont really need them, the 56-year-old Merkel told magazine SuperIllu ahead of celebrations on Sunday of the 20th anniver-sary of unication.
This inclination to hoard is deeply ingrained in me, because in the past, in times of scarcity, you took what you could get, Merkel said, referring to former times under communism when people would stand in line for hours to buy a few bananas or oranges.
Germany was divided into communist East Germany and capitalist West Germany following the defeat of the Nazis in World War II.
The eastern German Democratic Republic formally joined the western Federal Republic of Germany on Oct. 3, 1990, after months of peaceful protests had brought down the ailing communist system in the East.
The reunited country has emerged as the economic powerhouse of Europe and a leader on the world stage.
But while boundaries have blurred over time, many Ossis and Wessis the nicknames for those born and raised in the east and west still seem to stick to old mind-sets and keep to themselves. The two increas-ingly live side-by-side in German cities, but its still relatively rare for social circles to cross the east-west divide.
Ossis are considered more insular, cherishing the few East German products that have survived the unication like Rotkaep-pchen sparkling wine or Spreewald pickles and vacationing at their Russian-style dachas in the countryside.
20 Years On, Germany Reects on the Evolving Identity of a Reunied Peoplesource : thejakartaglobe.com Kirsten Grieshabe
West Germans, on the other hand, are seen as more outward-looking, gravitating toward new trends in music, art, literature and cuisine.
Despite eorts to adjust the standard of living in East and West, many inequalities remain and East Germans are still underrep-resented in many parts of society.
While Merkel is from the East, there are no Ossis in her cabinet. Not a single football club from the East plays in the national Bundesliga league, and few former East Germans have made it to the higher ranks of big companies.
It is probably going to take another two or three generations until we all will say again We are one people, said Doreen Kinzel, a 39-year-old East German who moved to the West right after the fall of the Berlin Wall and now lives in Berlin.
Nonetheless, we should not constantly talk about all the things that separate us in the end were all Germans.
Merkel called the unication a stroke of luck and said the ongoing reconstruction of East Germany largely at the expense of the former West Germany has been a success.
After the reunication there was a certain sense of foreignness, because daily life in the former East German states was completely turned inside out everything from the shops to the bureaucracy to the working world, Merkel said.
I think it has been a tremendous feat on the part of East Germans since 1990, to adapt to everything changing.
Despite the diculties in overcoming four decades of separation and opposing political systems, Germans are slowly coming to feel as one again.
In a poll conducted by Forsa Institute on Wednesday, 48 percent of Germans said easterners and westerners see themselves as one people again.
Seven years ago, only 31 percent believed this. Still, 47 percent said that what divides them is still more signicant than what unites them today.
Germans from both sides of the former Iron Curtain were united in an explosion of national pride when they hosted the soccer World Cup in 2006.
And during this summers World Cup, utter-ing German ags were ubiquitous from Dresden in the East to Duesseldorf in the West.
Among the biggest problems that plague the former East now are unemployment and a constant decline in population with many heading to the west to search for jobs.
Despite the better than expected economic upswing, unemployment in the former East German states stands at 11 percent compared with 6.2 percent in the former West.
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Chemical analysis of the bones of ancient Sudanese Nubians who lived nearly 2000 years ago shows they were ingesting the antibiotic tetracycline on a regular basis, likely from a special brew of beer. The nd is the strongest yet that antibiotics were previously discovered by humans before Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin in 1928.
Im going to ask Alexander Fleming to hand back his Nobel Prize, joked chem-ist Mark Nelson, who works on develop-ing new tetracyclines at Paratek Pharmaceuticals and is lead author of the paper published June in the Ameri-can Journal of Physical Anthropology.
Nelson found large amounts of tetracy-cline in the bones tested from the ancient population, which lived in the Nubian kingdom (present day Sudan) between 250 A.D. and 550 A.D. and left no written record.
The bones of these ancient people were saturated with tetracycline, show-ing that they had been taking it for a long time, Nelson said in a press release August 30. Im convinced that they had
Boulder. There might have been other populations that were also doing the same thing, anywhere that there were these microbes. This is going to drive other scientists to start this search, and that is incredibly important.
Scientists have suspected this popula-tion was ingesting tetracycline since they rst noticed a orescent yellow-green appearance of the bones under ultraviolet light, indicative of tetracy-cline.
When we reported that in 1981, it was met with a lot of skepticism, said anthropologist George Armelagos of Emory University, who made the original discovery and is co-author of this new study. If you were unwrapping an Egyptian mummy and suddenly it had Ray-Ban sunglasses on it, thats what it was like with us.
Tetracycline latches on to calcium and gets deposited in bones, which is how it can be detected it in fossils. The ultravio-let light technique said little about how much tetracycline there was in the bone, and it was hard to convince others it wasnt simply a produced of microbial contamination of the bones, or aone-
Ancient Nubians Made Antibiotic BeerNEWS
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source : www.wired.com Jess Mcnally
Armelagos, who specializes in recon-structing ancient diets, proposed that the Nubians made the tetracycline in their beer. There is evidence they knew how to make it, he says. Tetracycline is produced by a soil bacteria called strep-tomyces, which is how it was discovered by modern society in the 1940s. Strepto-myces thrives in warm, arid regions such as that of ancient Nubia, and likely contaminated a batch of beer.
They must have known how to propa-gate the beer because they were doing it to make wine, Nelson says. There was also so much of it in their bones that it is near impossible that the tetracycline-laced beer was a uke event.To make sure that making the antibiotic beer was possible, Armelagos had his graduate students give it a try.
What they were making wasnt like a Bud Light but a cereal gruel, Armelagos said. My students said that it was not bad, but it is like a sour porridge substance. The ancient people would have drained the liquid o and also eaten the gruel.
The Nubians likely noticed the antibiot-ics cured them of bacterial infection. It may have had negative eects as well: If taken in too large quantities the antibi-otic can also cause iron deciency because it latches on to the iron in the body.
Streptomyces produces a golden-colored bacterial colony that would have oated on top of the beer and likely encouraged its propagation. Gold was revered by the ancient cultures.
When and why the antibiotic beer secret was lost is a mystery. It is not the rst technology to disappear with the disap-pearance of cultures. Armelagos is continuing to look for the tetracycline in the bones of dierent cultures. He says he has already found preliminary evidence it is in bones of people who date to as late as 1300 to 1400 A.D.
Armelagos hopes this nd might also help explain why animals have been found with antibiotic resistance in Northern Africa where there is no previ-ous evidence of antibiotics being used.
the science of fermentation under control and were purposely producing the drug.
This discovery will provide a whole new framework for understanding the relationship between microbes and antibiotics, said anthropologist Dennis Van Gerven of University of Colorado at
time beer event.
Nelson was able to solve the problem by dissolving the bones in hydrogen ouride, the nastiest acid on the planet, he said. He was able to clearly identify the amount and identity of the tetracy-cline in the bones. It was in all the bones, including those of a four-year-old child.
Ancient Egyptian gures show workers grinding, baking and fermenting grain to make beer and bread
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Are you or your best friend having a Birthday? Maybe you or some one you know is leaving? Need some where for coee mornings or club meetings? Let us make your occasion a success, upstairs in the Cazbar sport bar where we cater to your needs. Give us a call now or if your close by, pop in and speak to one of our sta. We are here to help.
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A senior citizen drove his brand new BMW Z4 convertible out of the car salesroom. Taking o down the motorway, he oored it to 160mph, enjoying the wind blowing through what little hair he had left.
"Amazing!" he thought as he ew down the M1, enjoying pushing the pedal to the metal even more. Looking in his rear view mirror, he saw a police car behind him, blue lights ashing and siren blaring.
"I can get away from him - no problem!" thought the elderly nutcase as he oored it to 180mph, then mph then 240mph. Suddenly, he thought, "What on earth am I doing? I'm too old for this nonsense!" So he pulled over to the side of the road and waited for the police car to catch up with him.
Pulling in behind him, the police ocer walked up the driver's side of the BMW, looked at his watch and said, "Sir, my shift ends in 10 minutes. Today is Friday and I'm taking o for the weekend. If you can give me a reason why you were speeding that I've never heard before, I'll let you go.."
The old man, looked very seriously at the policeman, and replied, "Years ago, my wife ran o with a policeman. I thought you were bringing her back."
"Have a good day, Sir", said the policeman
Next General Knowledge Quiz will be on Thursday, October 14th starts at 8.30pm and quiz master will be Ray Attree the GM.
Featuring six round of ten questions. Teams of four only.
Free draught Heinekenfrom 7.30pm - 8.30pmfor all quiz participants.
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DE HOOIGot this new camera and I was trying to be all artsy fartsy with it and now I have 500 pictures I have to weed through to gure out which ones to show you. Son of a bitch. Plus theres all the uploading to facebook and all that other nonsense.Fricken technology is eating up all of my life. Finally broke down and got a BlackBerry, Im in 3 BBM chat groups and got all these new chat buddies. Now its just force of habit to look at my fricken phone every 3.5 seconds. BLAH!Oh yeah! Hey check this out, De Hooi has a new promotion for Mondays. Now every hour on the hour starting at 5 oclock we spin the wheel and wherever it lands is what the deal is. Lots of great promotions on there. So lets say its 5 oclock and I spin the wheel and it lands on 14 and the board says 14: Ladies drink for free. That means until 6 oclock ladies drink for free. Then I spin the wheel again at 6 and it lands on 7 and 7 says 50% o all house pour drink. Pay 50% for all house pour till 7 oclock. On top of that Monday is Happy Hour all night long.See everybody this Monday!
de Hooi in Pics
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DE HOOIRegular Events
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Quiz Nightstarts at 8 pmMax 4 to a team. Winners drink for free.
Ladies Night(5 pm till close)50% all drinks for ladies
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Live Music9 pm onwards
Live Music9 pm onwards
Quiz Nightstarts at 8pmEvery last Tuesday of the month
Acoustic with Okta and Irvan (The Icons)(9 pm to midnight)
Pressure Hour(5 till 6 pm)Free beer will be served until anybody, man or woman, visits the toilet or leaves the bar!
FridayThe Lights(Starts at 8pm)Live in our beer garden!
Live String Trio4 till 7 pm (front bar)
EVERY FRIDAY from 11.30 14.30 we put on an Indian buet!
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Dont miss our delicious weekend roasts!
Roast Porkwith crackling and apple sauce!
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Lens ter WeeEastern Promise Kemang 021 7179 01510813 806 30700
EP Live Musicin our Beer Garden! All live music starts at 21.00
From our birthday party and probably Jakarta's hottest live band:CenterStage! With charis-matic frontman Okta!
All the way from Hard Rock Cafe Kuala Lumpur... we are proud to present Jogadanz!!! New in the EP Garden!
Their 1st EP performance last month blew everyone away... Yes, these guys can play. Ladies and Gentlemen: SOS Band!
Centerstage Centerstage Centerstage Centerstage!!!!!!!
Live in Our Front BarEvery SundayEvery Tuesday
Okta & Irvan (The Icons) brings you some popular sing-along hits!
The Live String Trio and their pub classic and Irish folk tunes!
JOGADANZ band will perform at Eastern Promise on Friday, October 8th 2010. Start 9.30pm until late!
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The exhibition is entering its nal (and discounted!!)2 weeks!!KaleidoscopeA wonderful exhibition of photography by long-term Jakarta expatYusaf KhalilBeing held at the Eastern Promise Gallery
The artist behind the caricatures by the way is : Armen
and if youd like to order your own caricature you can call him on:
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This Rugby crazy caricature likes to strip naked in front of large (drunk) crowds . . Can you guess who he is?
Our window model of this week is none less than Miss Indonesia Universe 2010, Qory Sandioriva! :-)
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EASTERN PROMISEWalkers World of Whit:Tribute to a man who DID make a dierence.ON TURNING 70'You still chase women, but only downhill'.
ON TURNING 80'That's the time of your life when even your birthday suit needs pressing.'
ON TURNING 90'You know you're getting old when the candles cost more than the cake.'
ON TURNING 100'I don't feel old. In fact, I don't feel anything until noon. Then it's time for my nap.'
ON GIVING UP HIS EARLY CAREER, BOXING'I ruined my hands in the ring. The referee kept stepping on them.'
ON NEVER WINNING AN OSCAR'Welcome to the Academy Awards or, as it's called at my home, 'Passover'.
ON GOLF'Golf is my profession. Show business is just to pay the green fees.'
ON PRESIDENTS'I have performed for 12 presidents and entertained only six.'
ON WHY HE CHOSE SHOWBIZ FOR HIS CAREER'When I was born, the doctor said to my mother, Congratulations, you have an eight pound ham.
ON RECEIVING THE CONGRESSIONAL GOLD MEDAL'I feel very humble, but I think I have the strength of character to ght it.'
ON HIS FAMILY'S EARLY POVERTY'Four of us slept in the one bed. When it got cold, mother threw on another brother.'
ON HIS SIX BROTHERS'That's how I learned to dance. Waiting for the bathroom.'
ON HIS EARLY FAILURES'I would not have had anything to eat if it wasn't for the stu the audience threw at me.'
ON GOING TO HEAVEN'I've done benets for ALL religions. I'd hate to blow the hereafter on a technicality.'
EP in Pics
After a few Carlsbergs, Bryce is known to get behind our front bar to do some good old DJ-ing.... I guess this time Chie Chie is not too happy with his choice of music? :-)
Some 9 teams battled it out at the monthly EP Pub Quiz night last Tuesday and the winning team was (again) UNCLOGGED. Congrats guys! Also thank you presenters (The Untouchables) for a good quiz and a great evening!
After producing yet another Indonesian Idol show, Tim likes to relax with his favorite drink; the wonderfully smooth Patron Tequila. Indeed a wonderful drink.... Thanks Tim!
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EASTERN PROMISEEastern Promise 21st Birthday Celebration!
Thank You For A Great Party!
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BARTELE GALLERYBeautiful Old Photographs of Sumatra
Bartele GalleryKantor Taman E3.3 Unit A1 4th Floor (Via Cazbar)Jl. Mega KuninganJakarta, IndonesiaTel: +62 21 5764575Fax: +62 21 5764576Email: [email protected]
(Fig 1) No. 8. Medan. Kesanan Street from North. J. B. Obernetter/C. J. Kleingrothe.
Sumatras O.K. 1890 - 1910.
A superb publication both in terms of the quality of printing, as well as the selection of the images. The images give an excellent and stunning overview of Sumatra during the colonial period. Starting with Belawan, ten plates record life in the capital, Medan, followed by images of commercial interest including a Petroleum factory (gure 5 on proceeding page), tobacco and coffee plantations (gure 2, left). This collection of photographs also shows views of various parts of the island, including Sinabong, a Batak village called Roema-Kinangkong and Sibayak.
These beautiful images were photographed by Charles J. Kleingrothe, who worked in Indonesia from 1889 to 1925, and printed by J. B. Obernetter in Munich, Germany.
At Bartele Gallery, we have the full set which includes 65 of
(Fig 2) No. 35. Coffee-gatherer (Javanese Woman). J. B. Obernetter/C. J. Kleingrothe.
these numbered images on collotype plates with printed captions in German, Dutch and English. This set is presented in its original blue-cloth portfolio which measures 345 x 450 mm. Apart from some very light foxing, this is an excellent copy. Come and see us to view the full set!
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(Fig 3) No. 6. Medan. Race-course. J. B. Obernetter/C. J. Kleingrothe.
(Fig 4) No. 43. Soengei-Belawan. Virgin Jungle. J. B. Obernetter/C. J. Kleingrothe.
(Fig 5) No. 18. Petroleum tin manufacturing & Petroleum tapping place. J. B. Obernetter/C. J. Kleingrothe.
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WHATS GOING ON IN JAKARTAMore Events at :
European Higher Education Fair (EHEF)
Time : Sat, 09 Oct 2010 - Sun, 10 Oct 2010
There will be 70 European Higher Education Institutions take part in the EHEF. The event allows those who are interested in studying in Europe to directly meet the representative of European HEI's and NAT's in which they could gain more knowledge on detail infor-mation on requirement, admission proce-dures, visa procedure, and others.
Hotline : 021-52902172 (Ms. Hada Meutia)Location : Kartika Expo Center, Balai Kartini, Jl. Gatot Subroto Kav. 37, Jakarta 12950Web Site : www.eheakarta.orgEmail : [email protected]
Jakarta Blues Festival 2010
Time : Fri, 15 Oct 2010 - Sat, 16 Oct 2010
4 Stages, 40+ Artist & 2 Days of bluesThe mission of InaBlues is to introduce blues music, which is the forerunner of the types of music that exist in this world to the musicians and the penikmatmusik in Indonesia and also introduced the Blues Musician of Indonesia to the International arena.
Hotline : +6221 75904943 | +6221 70008171Location : Istora Senayan JakartaWeb Site : www.jakartabluesfestival.comEmail : [email protected]
Java Rackin' Land Time : Wed, 08 Sep 2010 - Fri, 10 Oct2010Location : Carnaval Beach, Ancol, Jakarta UtaraArtist Line up : ARKARNA | KOIL | NOXA | ANGSA & SERIGALA | PURGATORY | SPEAKER FIRST BIP | WHIZZKID | KOTAK | POWER METAL | THE FLOWERS | JIKUNSPRAIN | THE EXPERIENCE BROTHERS | SEU-RIEUS | STEREOPHONICS | ANDRA & THE BACKBONE | GOD BLESS | KIKAN | MOBIL DEREK | THE BRANDALS | GUGUN & BLUES | SHELTER | POLYESTER EMBASSY | BLACKOUT | SAINT | LOCO | TIPE-X | ROCKET | ROCKERS | KANTATA TAKWA | KRIPIK PEUDEUS | TCUKIMAY | BOOMERANG | DATAROCK | DI-RECT | GALAXY 7 | THE SMASHING PUMPKINS | MUTEMATH
Tiket Info : +62812 1030 9999 | +62-21 968 100 22 - 23Web Site : www.javarockingland.com
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PUZZLE OF THE WEEKUsing the digits 1 to 9, create two numbers which when multiplied together give you the highest number. For example, 12345678 * 9 = 111111102, clearly there are higher products. What is the highest?
DRAIN YOUR BRAIN
SUDOKU OF THE WEEK
Sudoku, known as well as sdoku or su doku is a logical kind of Japanese puzzle.
RULES ARE simple, it consists of a 9x9 grid, divided in 9 blocks of 3x3, that have to be lled up so all rows, columns, and blocks (3x3) contain numbers 1 to 9 without repeating,
YOU OBVIOUSLY start out with some spaces already lled in. Theres only one possible solution for each sudoku, so be careful!
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21 Issue #17 - 4th October 2010 - BuGils bi-Weekly
SPORTSPuzzle Of The Week (page 20):
843,973,902: 9642 * 87531
Saturday 9 October-12:00 13:00 F1 Japanese GP Qual
Sunday 10 October--
13:00 14:00 MOTOGP Malaysian Moto GP13:00 15:00 F1 Japanese GP
Thursday 14 OctoberGolf PGA Frys.com Open Day 1
Friday 15 OctoberGolf PGA Frys.com Open Day 2
Saturday 16 Octobertbc Cycling Giro di Lombardia
Golf PGA Frys.com Open Day 3
Saturday 16 October---------
21:00 22:45 SPL Rangers - Motherwell21:00 23:00 EPL Fulham - Tottenham Hotspur 21:00 23:00 EPL Bolton Wanderers - Stoke City 21:00 23:00 EPL Arsenal - Birmingham 21:00 23:00 EPL Manchester United - West Bromwich Albion 21:00 23:00 EPL Newcastle United - Wigan Athletic 21:00 23:00 EPL Wolverhampton Wanderers - West Ham United 23:30 01:30 EPL Aston Villa - Chelsea 23:45 01:30 Eredivisie Ajax - NAC Breda
Sunday 17 October
--00:00 00:00 Golf PGA Frys.com Open Day 4
01:45 03:30 Eredivisie Feyenoord - FC Twente12:00 13:00 MOTOGP Australian Moto GP18:45 20:30 SPL Dundee Utd - Celtic19:30 21:15 Eredivisie Willem II - PSV19:30 21:30 EPL Everton - Liverpool 22:00 00:00 EPL Blackpool - Manchester City
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