Wednesday, 20th August 2014
Feature
  • Political parties kick off nationwide campaigns
    16th March 2014
    A total of 12 political parties at the national level kicked off a 21-day nationwide campaigns on Sunday to win the votes of 158.8 million voters in the April 9, 2014 legislative elections. On Saturday, leaders of the 12 ...
  • Finally, the popular governor to run for President
    15th March 2014
    At last, the question has been answered: Jakarta governor Joko Widodo will run for president. The general chairperson of the Indonesia Democratic Party Struggle (PDIP), Megawati Soekarnoputri, arrived at a decision to ...
  • Mamasa District Now Accessible By Air
    14th March 2014
    Mamasa district residents in the Indonesian province of West Sulawesi can now breathe a sigh of relief after their area has been made accessible by air transportation. Situated about 340 kilometers from the city of ...
  • Indonesia joins international team in search for missing Malaysian plane
    13th March 2014
    Since Saturday, March 8, when the Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370 from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing went missing mysteriously, the search involving a number of countries has continued and even been expanded up to the Malacca ...
  • Biak to Intensify Regional Development
    12th March 2014
    The Biak Numfor district government in West Papua aims to promote regional development and empower the local communities who live in primitive conditions.       Newly elected district Head ...
  • Photo expo strategic to promote Indonesia, Iran
    10th March 2014
    Ever since establishment in 1950, the bilateral ties between Iran and Indonesia have flourished and witnessed development in not just sectors entailing government-to-government relations, but also people-to-people contacts. ...
  • Jakarta govt continues discussing plan to buy 4,000 buses
    7th March 2014
    Although 15 imported Transjakarta buses, including 10 articulated buses, are found to have been damaged and suffering from corrosion problems, the Jakarta government will continue discussing plans to import 4,000 more buses, ...
  • CEAPAD gathering seeks peace, freedom, development for Palestine
    6th March 2014
    Talks about Palestine and its people often view the country as a disputed land, full of conflicts, extremists and other problems, not to mention that it is the holy land for three religions. But, during the Conference on ...
  • Stable economic base being prepared for next government
    3rd March 2014
    The current government, which will end term in October this year, is determined to lay a stable foundation for economic development for its successor to continue. "We will continue maintaining economic stability and ...
  • Indonesia, Palestine Agree to Intensify Economic Cooperation, People-to-People Contact
    1st March 2014
    Indonesia, a staunch supporter of Palestine in its struggle for independence, has viewed the first visit of Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah to Jakarta as a momentum to reaffirm its commitment to assisting ...