Friday, 1st July 2016
Entertainment
  • Woody Allen`s "Cafe Society" to open Cannes Film Festival
    30th March 2016
    Woody Allens "Cafe Society" will kick off this years Cannes film festival, organisers said on Tuesday, the third time the acclaimed American writer and director has opened the event with one of his movies. Allen has ...
  • Dutch maestro Arie Amith passes away in Bali
    25th March 2016
    Adrianus Wilhelmus "Arie" Smith (100), a Dutch maestro, passed away at the Puri Raharja Hospital in Denpasar, Bali, on Wednesday evening (March 23, 2016). Aries remains were cremated in accordance with Christian rituals, and ...
  • Ministry to organize Indonesian puppet show
    19th March 2016
    Indonesias Tourism Ministry will organize an Indonesian Puppet Show at the eastern parking lot of the Senayan Sports Stadium in Jakarta on March 26, 20016. The Tourism Ministry statement obtained here Saturday said that ...
  • Pink Floyd`s David Gilmour to play live at Pompeii
    17th March 2016
    Former Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour will perform in the preserved ancient Roman town of Pompeii this summer, Italys culture minister said . The psychedelic British rock band that propelled Gilmour to fame made a film in ...
  • Hungary`s "Son of Saul" wins Oscar for best foreign language film
    29th February 2016
    The Hungarian movie "Son of Saul," a harrowing Holocaust drama, won the Oscar on Sunday for best foreign language film. It was Hungarian-French director László Nemes first full-length film and had been seen as the Oscar ...
  • World`s traditional games to enliven 6th TAFISA World Games in Jakarta
    28th February 2016
    Traditional games and sports from all over the world will highlight the 6th TAFISA World Sport for All Games which will be held in Jakarta from October 6 to 12, 2016. Deputy Chairman of International Competition of TAFISA ...
  • Slank band holds concert to oppose revision of anti-corruption law
    22nd February 2016
    Indonesian rock band Slank held a concert at the office of the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) on Monday to voice its opposition to the planned revision of Law No. 30 of 2002 on KPK. "We are here to confirm our ...
  • Aston Martin made for Bond "Spectre" film sells for $3.5 million
    19th February 2016
    An Aston Martin DB10 car designed for the latest James Bond film "Spectre" has sold for some $3.5 million at auction, far exceeding its reserve price.The Aston Martin, a make long linked to the 007 agent, was one of 10 made for ...
  • Bowie`s will directs his ashes to Bali, splits $100 mln estate
    31st January 2016
    David Bowie, the British rock star who died at the age of 69 from cancer earlier this month, directed in his will that his ashes be scattered in Bali, an island that fascinated him, according to a newspaper report. Bowies ...
  • Bollywood blockbuster "Airlift" irks Indian government
    29th January 2016
    A hit Bollywood movie about the evacuation of more than 170,000 Indians from Kuwait in 1990 has angered the government with its portrayal of the countrys diplomats as selfish and unfeeling. The foreign ministry took the ...