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Pelantikan Keluarga Alumni Unsoed se-Jabodetabek
June 30, 2009, 7:47 am
Filed under: news around Indonesia

Untuk menjalankan roda organisasi sosial seperti ikatan alumni, perlu dukungan semua pihak dari lintas angkatan dan fakultas dengan struktur dan bentuk organisasi yang bisa menjembatani hal itu. Sebagai organisasi sosial, tentu memerlukan figur-figur yang berdedikasi tinggi dan mau meluangkan waktu untuk bersama-sama memajukan dan mengharumkan nama almamater. Oleh karenanya, selain kemampuan dan kemauan, yang terpenting adalah adanya keluangan waktu. Continue reading

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Manohara dan Eksploitasi Tubuh
June 9, 2009, 11:58 am
Filed under: news around Indonesia

Bermaksud meniti jejaring hidup dengan meluapkan asa agar menjadi princess, seorang model berparas ayu membentangkan layar kemudian melajukan bahteranya ke negeri seberang.
Di sana, ia bertemu dan berucap janji setia di pelaminan bersama seorang pangeran Kerajaan Kelantan Malaysia. Ujung-ujungnya, bahtera asa kandas di batukarang duka.
Manohara Odelia Pinot (17), keturunan dari perempuan bangsawan Bugis, Sulawesi Selatan, dengan pria berkebangsaan Perancis, melarikan diri dari kehidupan di istana Kerajaan Kelantan, dan pulang ke Indonesia. Riak gelombang ceria di samudera pernikahan bersama Pangeran Kelantan Tengku Fakhry, berubah jadi amuk membara karena tubuh tercederai amuk purba kekerasan. Continue reading



McD Resmi Milik Sosro
June 5, 2009, 5:54 am
Filed under: news around Indonesia

NAMA pengusaha ini mengemuka seiring tanda-tanda bisnis franchise McDonald yang dibangunnya sejak 1991mulai tergerogoti. Bisnis waralaba makanan cepat saji ini kini berpindah tangan ke kelompok bisnis Sosro.

Sebelumnya, bisnis Tonny—sapaan akrab Bambang—di bidang lain seperti perbankan juga mengalami nasib buruk. Bank IFI harus ditutup oleh Bank Indonesia (BI) pada April lalu, akibat modalnya terus mengalami pendarahan (bleeding) sehingga rasio CAR (capital adequacy ratio) pun di bawah batas minimal yang disyaratkan BI. Continue reading



101 Amazing Earth Facts
June 4, 2009, 10:35 am
Filed under: world news

We live on a sphere of extremes and oddities. In fact it’s not really a sphere, but it is a wild planet, mottled with deadly volcanoes, rattled by killer earthquakes, drenched in disastrous deluges. But do you know which were the worst?
Some of Earth’s valleys dip below sea level. Mountains soar into thin air. Can you name the lowest spot? The tallest peak? Do you know how far it is to the center of the planet or what’s there? Continue reading



Atlantic Hurricane Season Underway
June 4, 2009, 9:54 am
Filed under: world news

June means the start of the Atlantic Hurricane Season. The Atlantic Basin is relatively quiet at this time. If there is going to be any development this time of year you would look in the Gulf of Mexico eastward to near the Bahamas and the western Caribbean. No immediate development is likely just an area to watch next several days for possible enhanced rainfall Florida Panhandle to southern Alabama and southern Georgia. Meanwhile, weak low pressure south of Mexico in the eastern Pacific with disorganized showers and thunderstorms is not expected to develop or organize. Continue reading



Equatorial Massive for Storm
June 4, 2009, 9:50 am
Filed under: world news

Air France Flight 447 vanished in a zone of ferocious weather over the Atlantic Ocean known as the birthplace of some of the world’s strongest storms — just as the plane was encountering a 400-mile-long maze of lightning, hail, driving rain and fierce 100-mph updrafts. Continue reading



Obama in Cairo
June 4, 2009, 9:48 am
Filed under: world news

President Barack Obama discussed the quest for Middle East peace and Iran’s disputed nuclear ambitions with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak on Thursday before delivering a dose of “truth-telling” about the often fraught relations between Americans and Muslims.
Aides said Obama’s long-promised speech to a vast, electronically linked-in global audience would blend hopeful words about mutual understanding with carefully chosen language on Iraq, Afghanistan and the Israeli-Palestinian standoff, plus blunt talk about the need for Muslims to embrace democracy, women’s rights and economic opportunity. Continue reading