Saturday, 20th December 2014
Feature
  • Government to Go Ahead With Sunda Strait Bridge Project
    1st March 2014
    The government of Indonesia is determined to go ahead with the construction of Sunda Strait Bridge mega project that has a long-term strategy. JSS, as Sunda Strait Bridge is called, is expected to boost connectivity and ...
  • Trans Sumatra Highway Project Faces Another Setback
    1st March 2014
    There are rising fears that the Trans Sumatra Toll Road, which was scheduled to become operational in 2013, will be called off yet again as it has not been allocated funds in the 2014 state budget. Last year, the ...
  • RI, Timor Leste Border Prone to Drug Smuggling
    1st March 2014
    The border between Indonesias East Nusa Tenggara province and Timor Leste remains prone to drug smuggling, although the police have stepped up efforts to detain suspected individuals entering the area. In particular, is the ...
  • Indonesia hemmed-in between benefits and hazards of tobacco
    28th February 2014
    The Indonesian government has not yet discussed whether it will ratify the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC), as it is still hemmed-in between economic benefits of tobacco and protecting the publics health. In ...
  • Indonesia, Jordan Committed to Strengthening Bilateral Ties by Fardah
    27th February 2014
    Visiting King of Jordan Abdullah II ibn Al Hussein and President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono agreed to further strengthen bilateral ties between the two nations in various fields, including in defense, economic and investment. ...
  • Indonesia Optimistic Its Tourism Competitiveness Improves by Fardah
    25th February 2014
    Indonesia has seen that the number of foreign tourist arrivals is soaring every year with the growth of about seven to eight percent annually. "The arrivals of foreign tourists showed an upward trend from year to year. ...
  • RI needs to reinforce economic resilience in border areas
    23rd February 2014
    As a window and gate for outsiders, border areas reflect a countrys socio-economic, cultural and political resilience which is why the Indonesian government has to focus its development attention on its borders. The ...
  • Tourists, local people join hands in Borobudur temple cleanup
    23rd February 2014
    When Mount Kelud erupted on February 13, it spewed millions of cubic meters of volcanic materials mainly gravels and ash later blown by the wind up to Borobudur temple, the worlds largest Buddhist temple located in Central ...
  • CEAPAD II to focus on Palestine`s economic development capacity building
    22nd February 2014
    Indonesia will host the Second Conference on Cooperation among East Asian Countries for Palestinian Development (CEAPAD) in Jakarta, on March 1, 2014, with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and Palestinian Prime Minister Rami ...
  • Indonesia`s local languages need preservation
    22nd February 2014
    Indonesia joined with the world to observe International Mother Language Day on February 21, 2014 to promote the preservation of local languages in the country. Sugiyono, the Head of the Center for Language Development and ...