Sunday, 20th August 2017
Feature
  • Indonesia expected to improve achievement in SEA Games
    5th August 2017
    Prior to the South East Asian Games (SEA Games) in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, which will be held from August 19 to 30, the Indonesian government has prepared a team of 755 athletes to compete in the biennial sports event. The ...
  • Plan to use hajj fund for infrastructure development
    4th August 2017
    The Religious Affairs Ministry has, so far, managed funds deposited or invested in sukuk by would-be Hajj pilgrims, and the profit obtained from them has enabled the government to offer subsidies to pilgrims. According to ...
  • Victory for Palestine as Al-Aqsa reopened
    2nd August 2017
    Israel imposed restrictions nearly two weeks ago after three Palestinians, citizens of Israel, shot dead two Israeli police officers outside the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound on July 14. The Palestinians responsible for the ...
  • Salt scarcity needs to be investigated
    29th July 2017
    The current salt scarcity in Indonesia needs to be investigated to check involvement of salt business mafia to increase the price of the essential commodity. According to a researcher, it need to be explored whether the ...
  • Aceh province continues to develop halal tourism
    28th July 2017
    After winning the prizes in the National Halal Tourism Competition (KPHN), the Indonesian westernmost province of Aceh continues to develop its halal tourism in an effort to become a world-class tourism destination. In ...
  • Better efforts needed for disaster preparedness and mitigation
    28th July 2017
    Natural disasters that have hit Indonesia up to June 2017 include floods (37.4 percent), whirlwinds (29.2 percent), landslides (28.9 percent), earthquakes, and forest fires, among other things. Floods have claimed a total ...
  • Indonesia should learn from Malaysia
    27th July 2017
    In the past, Malaysia highly depended on the presence of Indonesian teachers and lecturers at its schools and universities. This situation, however, has now become part of the countrys history. Instead, more and more ...
  • The alarm of Pancasila: saving state’s ideology from the brink of bankruptcy
    26th July 2017
    Imagine if the people of Indonesia had never heard of Pancasila. The ideology that guides our citizenship affairs since independence, for most of us, take it for granted. Mention it in daily conversation and you’ll be responded ...
  • Ambon seeks to become international city of music
    24th July 2017
    With music being its most cherished art form, the eastern Indonesian city of Ambon continues to strive to become an international city of music in the country. It is since the people of the city are highly talented and have ...
  • Making character education part of every school day
    23rd July 2017
    To be effective in schools, character education must involve everyone from school staff, parents, students, and community members, and be part of every school day. Character education includes and complements a broad range ...