Untung Waluyo
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Komunitas Mahasiswa Sentra Energi
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Untung Waluyo is a BEng candidate in Dept of Enginnering Physics at Gadjah Mada University. He is interest in the field of renewable energy, especially biomass.

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National Indonesia in new bid to hush noisy mosques

Posted on June 28, 2015 at 1:30am 0 Comments

Indonesia has set up a new team to reduce noise from mosques, an official said Thursday, as places of worship go into overdrive during the Muslim holy month of Ramadhan.

There are approximately 800,000 mosques in the world's most populous Muslim-majority nation but residents living nearby have long complained that their speakers are too loud.

Places of worship become particularly active during Ramadhan, which this year…

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