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  2. Regional regulation (Indonesia) - Wikipedia

    Rukun tetangga. v. t. e. In Indonesia, a regional regulation ( Indonesian: peraturan daerah or its acronym perda) is a regulation that is passed by Indonesian local governments and carry the force of law in that region. There are two levels of regional regulations. Provinces pass provincial regulation (peraturan daerah provinsi), while the ...

  3. Regional Representative Council - Wikipedia

    t. e. The Regional Representative Council ( Indonesian: Dewan Perwakilan Daerah, DPD; alternatively translatable as the House of Regions or the House of Regional Representatives or the Senate of Indonesia ), is one of two parliamentary chambers in Indonesia. Together with the House of Representatives ( DPR), it makes up the Indonesian national ...

  4. Dashboard (computing) - Wikipedia

    In other usage, "dashboard" is another name for "progress report" or "report" and is considered a form of data visualization. The “dashboard” is often accessible by a web browser and is usually linked to regularly updating data sources. Dashboards are often interactive and facilitate users to explore the data themselves.

  5. Google Dashboard - Wikipedia

    Google Dashboard. In computing, Google Dashboard lets users of the Internet view and manage personal data collected about them by Google. With an account, Google Dashboard allows users to have a summary view of their Google+, Google location history, Google web history, Google Play apps, YouTube and more. Once logged in, it summarizes data for ...

  6. South-West District (Penang) - Wikipedia

    Malaysia. Penang. (2010) [1] The South-West District ( Malay: Daerah Barat Daya) is a district within the Malaysian state of Penang. The district covers the southwestern half of Penang Island and borders the North-East to the north-east. It has an area of 175 km 2 (68 sq mi) and a population of 197,131 as of 2010.

  7. List of districts in Malaysia - Wikipedia

    Classification. In Peninsular Malaysia, a district is a subdivision of a state.A mukim (commune, sub-district or parish) is a subdivision of a district.In recent years, a mukim is however of less importance with respect to the administration of land; for land administrative purposes, major cities (e.g. Petaling Jaya) are given an equal status with mukim.

  8. Districts of Indonesia - Wikipedia

    District in Indonesia is the third-level administrative subdivision, below regency or city (second-level) and province (first-level). According to the Act Number 23 of 2014, district is formed by the government of regency or city in order to improve the coordination of governance, public services, and empowerment of urban/rural villages. [18]

  9. List of countries by Human Development Index - Wikipedia

    The Human Development Report includes data for all 193 member states of the United Nations, [16] as well as Hong Kong SAR and the State of Palestine. However, the Human Development Index is not calculated for two UN member states: DPR Korea (North Korea) and Monaco, only some components of the index are calculated for these two countries.