Tuesday, 21st October 2014
Feature
  • Indonesia`s Islamic Organizations Strongly Condemn Abduction of Nigerian Schoolgirls
    14th May 2014
    A number of leaders of Indonesian Islamic organizations gathered in the headquarters of the Indonesian Ulema (Islamic Scholars) Council (MUI) in Jakarta on May 12, 2014 to express condemnation against the abduction of hundreds ...
  • Indonesian Constitutional Court Starts Handling Election Disputes
    14th May 2014
    After working hard until the last minutes before the May 9 deadline, Indonesias General Elections Commission (KPU) announced the official results of the April 9 legislative elections at 11.40 pm local times. Some political ...
  • Hundreds protest in Ghana over abduction of Nigerian schoolgirls by Boko Haram
    12th May 2014
    Hundreds of women here Sunday staged a peaceful protest against the kidnapping of the over 200 students from a Government Girls Secondary School in Nigeria by Boko Haram. The women marched through some principal streets of ...
  • Economy's Worker Absorption Capacity Is Declining
    9th May 2014
      The capacity of the economy to provide new employment for job seekers in the country is declining as the recent one percent economic growth could only absorb 180 thousand workers. This is only about 45 percent of the ...
  • Child protection crucial for Indonesia`s future
    8th May 2014
    The revelation of a sexual assault of a five-year-old boy at the Jakarta International School (JIS) was like "opening Pandoras box" as child abuses cases have "flown" from several parts of the country since then. "The ...
  • Next Indonesian president should be committed to open government partnership
    8th May 2014
    Millions of voters in Indonesia will visit polling stations on July 9, 2014, to elect their new president who is expected to remain committed towards promoting the core principles of Open Government Partnership (OGP). ...
  • Indonesia, EU enter new era of closer relations
    7th May 2014
    After a long process, the European Union (EU) and Indonesian Partnership and Cooperation Agreement (PCA) finally came into effect on May 1, 2014. Negotiations with Indonesia on the PCA, the first agreement of its kind to ...
  • Sukabumi pedophilia case "top of an iceberg"
    7th May 2014
    After the reports of sexual abuse of a 6-year-old pupil, AK, last month at the Jakarta International School (JIS) shocked the public, a similar case has been revealed in Sukabumi, West Java. In the JIS case, kindergarten ...
  • Indonesia needs skilled workers to face AEC
    2nd May 2014
    Indonesia is facing crucial manpower problems and need to improve the competitiveness of its human resources to enable them to compete in the labor market at home and in the ASEAN integrated region. "Indonesia needs to find ...
  • Jakarta police to deploy 19,000 personnel on May Day
    30th April 2014
    The Jakarta Police will deploy some 19,557 personnel to guard the May Day rallies in the capital city where about 7,000-10,000 workers plan to hold rallies for two days on Thursday and Friday. Of the 19,557 police ...