Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A 58-year-old woman was killed when an alleged speeder crashed his vehicle into hers in her hometown of East Meadow on Monday night, Nassau County police said.Justin M. Daley, 28, of Hicksville, was allegedly speeding in his 2003 Nissan Sentra heading eastbound on Hempstead Turnpike when he rear-ended the victim’s Honda at 11:40 p.m., police said.The victim, Ming Deng, was taken to Nassau University Medical Center, where she was pronounced dead shortly later.Daley continued driving east on Hempstead Turnpike and eventually came to rest east of Conti Square Boulevard, where he was arrested at the scene and taken to an area hospital. He was being treated for a leg injury, police said.Homicide Squad detectives impounded both vehicles and are continuing the investigation.Daley was charged with second-degree manslaughter, reckless endangerment and reckless driving. He will be arraigned as soon as medically possible, police said.
“Our goal is to leverage Rp 30 trillion in loans over three months to boost the economic strength of MSMEs and keep our economic engine running,” Sunarso said in a statement.Small and medium enterprises, which provide more than half of the country’s gross domestic product (GDP), have been hit severely by the pandemic as Indonesia’s economic growth slowed to 2.97 percent in the first quarter of 2020.The government has allocated Rp 123.46 trillion of the total Rp 695.2 trillion in COVID-19 response funding to aid small businesses and cooperatives during the ongoing global health crisis.It previously channeled Rp 11.84 trillion of the program’s budget to MSMEs in the form of debt restructuring funds, investment funds for cooperatives through the Revolving Fund Management Agency (LPDB) and microcredit program (KUR) interest subsidies. Of the Rp 24 trillion in loans disbursed by BRI, Rp 18 trillion has been channeled to micro-businesses while Rp 4.8 trillion has been given to small businesses, according to the bank’s micro-business division head, Made Antara Jaya, on July 30.“We are providing additional capital to MSMEs, which have been affected by the pandemic but are still financially resilient,” Made said.The state-owned bank has also provided an additional Rp 752.2 billion in interest subsidies to 5.2 million KUR and non-KUR accounts.State-Owned Enterprises (SOEs) deputy minister Kartika “Tiko” Wirjoatmodjo previously said that state-owned banks had collectively disbursed Rp 43.5 trillion in working capital loans from the fund provided by the government.The figure was 145 percent of the total Rp 30 trillion provided by the government in June, which was intended to be channeled into loans to shield businesses from the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.Finance Minister Sri Mulyani recently said the government was working on a plan to transfer working capital directly to MSMEs that had yet to receive access to financing from banks.The government has also disbursed credit insurance premiums worth Rp 5 trillion to state-owned credit insurers PT Jaminan Kredit Indonesia (Jamkrindo) and PT Asuransi Kredit Indonesia (Askrindo) to guarantee working capital loans of Rp 100 trillion and help MSMEs survive the pandemic.Topics : State-owned Bank Rakyat Indonesia (BRI) has restructured 2.88 million loans to micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) worth Rp 179.17 trillion (US$12.35 billion), a bank executive has said.BRI president director Sunarso said on July 29 that the company had also granted Rp 24 trillion in loans to MSMEs that had been greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The loans were disbursed to 565,000 MSMEs and sourced from the government’s national economic recovery (PEN) fund.The government placed a total of Rp 30 trillion into the Association of State-Owned Banks (Himbara) on June 24, of which BRI received Rp 10 trillion.
Image Courtesy: Athletics Federation of IndiaAdvertisement drunNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vsqpg2Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E89f( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) o2Would you ever consider trying this?😱2o4u4Can your students do this? 🌚ugkxRoller skating! Powered by Firework Since March, the novel Coronavirus pandemic disrupted all sporting activities for almost four months. Now, as plans to resume sports in the country is gaining pace, sprinter Srabani Nanda is making headlines. Nanda has emerged as the first track and field athlete athlete from the country to take part in a competition amidst the virus crisis.Advertisement Image Courtesy: Athletics Federation of IndiaSrabani Nanda represented India at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio, finishing sixth in her category. She took part at the Velocity Fest meeting at Jamaica College in Kingston on Sunday, the country’s first track and field event since March.The 29 year old, representing MVP Track club, took part in the event alongside some of the biggest names in sprinting, such as Olympic gold medallists Elaine Thompson and Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce.Advertisement Competing in the 100m race, Nanda was the winner of heat two, clocking a time of 11.78 seconds, and finished in third place overall with a personal best of 11.45 seconds, and 23.07 seconds in 200m.Check out the second heat, where Nanda beat Kasheika Cameron and Dominique Clarke in the video below, courtesy of Clean Click Media – Sports on Facebook.Advertisement Thompson, Nanda’s MVP Track club teammate and winner of both 100m and 200m events at Rio 2016, won the 100m race with a time of 11.19 seconds. Representing Nike, 2008 and 2012 Olympic gold medallist Fraser-Pryce won the 200m event, clocking 22.74 seconds.Yohan Blake, two time Olympic gold medallist and former world champion won the men’s 200m event, clocking a time of 20.62 seconds.Hailing from Phulbani in Odisha, Nanda’s first international gold medal came at the 2016 South Asian Games in Guwahati, winning the 200m event with a time of 23.91 seconds. She also won a silver in the 100m event, coming short of just 0.01 seconds behind Sri Lanka’s Rumeshika Rathnayake.Nanda was a part of the team that won bronze in women’s 4 × 100 metres relay at the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, along with Sathi Geetha, H M Jyothi and P K Priya. Her second bronze of women’s 4 × 100 metres relay came at the 2017 Asian Athletics Championships in Bhubaneshwar, where she teamed up with Dutee Chand, Himashree Roy and Merlin Joseph.If you like reading about MMA, make sure you check out MMAIndia.com Also follow India’s biggest arm wrestling tournament at ProPanja.comAlso read-Meet Neerav Tomar, India’s own Jerry MaguireEnough is enough: Jofra Archer spills beans on online racial abuse Advertisement