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Madiun

 

a city in Indonesia, in the province of Djawa Timur. Population, 136,000 (1971). Madiun is a transportation junction and the commercial center of an agricultural region that produces sugar, tobacco, spices, rice, and coffee. The city has textile and food processing plants; there are also railroad repair shops.

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The model is expected to be applied on perhutani's teak plus plantation in Forest Planning Section (SPH) at Madiun, Saradan and Ngawi Forest Districts, East Java Perhutani Regional Division.
The SMV-T isolate inoculum was preserved from Laboratory of Plant Virology, Department of Agrotechnology, Faculty of Agriculture, Merdeka University, Madiun and propagated on soybean (Glycine max L.
Despite the abortive Madiun uprising of 1948, the Partai Komunis Indonesia (PKI, Indonesian Communist Party) and the leftist wing of the Partai Nasional Indonesia (PNI, Indonesian National Party) were not eliminated in either the war with the Dutch or the internecine struggles of the Revolution.
The two electoral constituencies (daerah pemilihan or dapil) that are our focus in this article are Central Java III, consisting of the four rural districts (kabupaten) of Grobogan, Pati, Blora, and Rembang, and East Java VIII, consisting of the districts of Jombang, Nganjuk, Madiun, Mojokerto, and the urban districts (kola) of Mojokerto and Madiun (see map).
With the shipping of 15 passenger cars to Bangladesh, state-owned train maker PT Industri Kereta Api (INKA) in Madiun, East Java, has started its first passenger train exports.
He had held certain positions, including the commander of Fighter Squadron F-16 in Madiun, Base Commander of Ishwahyudi Airbase of Madiun, Commander of the National Air Defence Sector II in Makassar, Security and Intelligence Assistant Chief of Staff of the Air Force in Cilangkap Jakarta, Commander Senior Staff Collage (Sesko Tni) in Bandung and Inspector-General of the TNI (Indonesian Armed Forces) in Cilangkap.
The most wellknown examples of such bloody social revolutions were Atjeh, North Sumatra, North Coast Java, Banten and Surakarta in 1945 and 1946, and the Madiun Uprising in 1948.
In the past, they have arrested boat people who used Indonesia as a transit point to Australia from North Sumatra, Aceh, Depok, Blitar, Madiun, Sukabumi and Lampung and detained them for up to two years.
Some of the restaurants that visitors can find at Food Hall are Gudeg Mbok Kliwon, Din Tai Fung, Bakmi GM, Kick Chick, Nasi Goreng Senayan, Sate Khas Senayan, Hung Town, Oenpao, Sushi Kios, Chicken Chick, Es Teler 77, Bakso Wonogiri, Pondok Pecel Madiun Ibu Iyus, RM Nasi Kapau Sabana Bana, JIExpo Cafe, Talaga, and Kerak Telor, Toge Goreng Khas Betawi, and Sate Ayam, located at the outer side of Hall E.
122) Around the same time, Kartosuwiryo reportedly sent representatives to East and Central Java to seek support for Darul Islam's aims, having earlier sent the head of the NII's Information Office in Tasikmalaya, Abdulhadi Ibrahim, as a representative to the Masyumi congress in Madiun in March.
The train was traveling from Purwokerto to the Jember district when it ran off the tracks in the Madiun district, said.
The crash site is near the border of the districts of Madiun and Magetan in East Java, about 150 km (90 miles) southwest of Indonesia's second-biggest city of Surabaya.