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Convoys of blue and white taxis operated by PT Blue Bird and PT Express Transindo Utama blocked the city's main thoroughfares on Tuesday, while clashes broke out between some drivers of traditional taxis and motorbike riders working for the online apps.The drivers are angry that services such as Uber, Grab and Go-Jek are offering rides at lower prices, claiming they are not paying taxes and are operating without official permits.The deputy home minister said currently, survivors of sexual offences had to be present in court to testify, which is seen as a humiliating experience because in Malaysian society a greater stigma is placed on the victims rather than the predators.He said there were provisions under the Penal Code to deal with sex offenders but they needed to be improved to better suit current times where Internet use was now very common among the people.Professor Jenny Graves, Distinguished Professor at the Department of Genetics at La Trobe University, Australia, outlined her research on sex-determining genes in Australian animals to shed light on human genetics.

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Transportation Minister Ignasius Jonan said companies such as Uber were illegal unless they were registered as public transport providers and subject to the same rules as regular taxi operators.

But the Communications Ministry, which oversees the app operators, has said the firms can go on operating.

but we just want them to meet the government's requirements." Tuesday’s protest is the second major demonstration by taxi drivers in Jakarta this month, who say that competition from ride-hailing apps has severely reduced their income. I was very hurt," Dewi Gayatri, who missed her flight for a business trip to Makassar in eastern Indonesia, told AP.

Yet, the demonstrations seemed to elicit little sympathy from commuters in a city of 10 million people that already suffers massive congestion. "I still like Uber, and hope the government protects Uber, because it's so easy to order and cheaper," she said.

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