first_imgProposals for souvenir solutions with a completed application form are required no later than March 11, 2019. See more details about the competition HERE The souvenir should reflect the continuity of the artistic, cultural, cultural-historical or cultural heritage of the town and the island of Krk, ie present its tangible, intangible or natural heritage. The Tourist Board of the City of Krk is announcing the eighth tender for the application of souvenir solutions which, if they meet the propositions of the tender, and then the criteria of the Expert Commission, will be marked with the stamp Dar from Krk.  Registered souvenirs can be works of art and art objects, arts and crafts and gastronomic products, clothing and utility items, as well as graphic materials and multimedia [photographs and video materials]. In the case of works of art, art objects and handicraft products, it is important that the solutions are of high quality made of environmentally friendly, ie for the island climate materials. A gift from Krk is the name of a souvenir, as a kind of present of the city, thus reflecting the continuity of its artistic, cultural, cultural-historical or cultural heritage, and at the same time presenting its tangible, intangible and natural heritage.center_img Some of the criteria for the evaluation of souvenirs are as follows: authenticity, innovation, imagination, quality of workmanship, original presentation – packaging, high aesthetic standards, respect for environmental principles and integrity in the recognizability of the city and the island of Krk. As pointed out by the Krk Tourist Board, this year’s competition will give priority to souvenirs that interpret the cultural, cultural and tourist values ​​of the city of Krk in different ways, taking into account its historical heritage, richness of architectural, sculptural, painting and archaeological heritage. . ATTACHMENT: PREVIOUS SOUVENIRS WITH THE STAMP “DAR IZ KRKA”last_img read more

first_img“My client has had problems in his spinal nerves since 2015 and the disease recurred in 2018,” Herie told on Monday.”He learned from the internet that boiled cannabis water could help ease his pain.”Reyndhart was charged under Article 127 of Law No. 35/2009 on narcotics, which carries a sentence of one year in prison.The coalition argued that the law should not restrict the usage of narcotics for medical treatment. A group of activists under the Advocacy Coalition for Narcotics Usage for Medication along with several other civil society groups have called for the decriminalization of marijuana for medical treatments.The plea came following the arrest of Reyndhart Siahaan, a 37-year-old man from East Jakarta, in November for allegedly consuming marijuana at his boarding house in Manggarai Barat regency, East Nusa Tenggara (NTT).Reyndhart’s lawyer, Herie CN, said his client used marijuana to relieve the pain caused by spinal cord compression, a disease he has suffered from since 2015. “Although Article 8 of the Narcotics Law forbids the use of type-1 narcotics for medical purposes, the original intent of the law is to ensure the availability of narcotic drugs for medical services. [..] The criminalization of people who need narcotics for medication clearly contradicts the main purpose of the existence of narcotic drugs, which is for the health of all Indonesians,” the group said in a statement on Wednesday.Read also: 420 blaze it? Here’s what you need to know about Indonesia’s marijuana lawThe statement also mentioned a similar case in 2017, when a 36-year-old man named Fidelis Arie was arrested by the Sanggau Narcotics Agency (BNN) in West Kalimantan for using marijuana to treat his terminally Ill wife.In August 2017, Fidelis was sentenced to eight months of imprisonment and a fine of Rp 1 billion (US$71,159) subsidiary to one month’s confinement.During his court proceedings, Fidelis’ wife, who suffered from syringomyelia, died due to lack of medication.Syringomyelia is a rare disease where a fluid-filled cyst or cavity forms within the spinal cord. This cyst, called a syrinx, can expand and elongate over time, destroying the spinal cord.The coalition explained that the right to medical service as a basic human right was stipulated in Article 28 H of the 1945 Constitution.”Learning from Fidelis and Reynhardt’s cases, it’s time for Indonesia to open its doors and provide the possibility of using type-1 narcotics for medical use,” the coalition said in the statement.The coalition expressed hope that the panel of judges who dealt with Reynhardt’s case could put forward his right to health and prioritize fundamental justice and legal utility. They also hope that the judges will free him of all charges.”What Reynhardt did could be categorized as an emergency since marijuana effectively treated his illness. Article 48 of the criminal code says that those who commit a criminal offense due to emergency cannot be charged,” the group continued.The coalition also urged the government to reevaluate the ban on type-1 narcotics in medical fields and to conduct research on narcotics and marijuana.  Topics :last_img read more

first_imgA CorrespondentITANAGAR: Capital Complex clinched the second Under-18 State Level Hornbill Kabaddi Championship defeating the rival Kurung Kumey district by 2 points in the final match played at Marik Academy here at Chimpu on Sunday.Capital Complex won the game against Kurung kumey by 62=60 by the final time. The championship was organized by the Arunachal Kabaddi Association (AKA).Attending the program as chief guest, Lawmaker Lokam Tassar said that, besides reading and writing one should also be mentally and physically strong in life. He said that it is our duty to keep our body strong and fit.He requested the unemployed youths and dedicated sportsmen to opt the sports as a career. The state government has allocated 10 percent quota for the meritorious sportsmen in the police department and 5 percent quota in other departments, he said while adding that sports it is also an employment opportunity.“Witnessing the game played by the teenagers today, I really feel that our boys and girls can also represent the state in the national level Kabaddi tournament,” he added. He also requested the AKA to build a team of Kabaddi to represent in the national level and also assured all kinds of help from his end.He asked the executive members of AKA to propose the state government and concerned sports department for a proper ground for the players. Without proper surroundings, trainer, and facility, one cannot excel in any sports and games, he added.Meanwhile, he also assured to request the department of sports and youth affairs and state Olympic associations to enroll the AKA, so that the boys and girls can get all the basic needs and training through proper channels.Also Read: Action Sought against water pollution in Capital Complex regionAlso Watch: Protesters, who walked all the way from Tinsukia-Guwahati to protest against CAA 2019, Detained!last_img read more