Friday, 24th October 2014
Feature
  • Indonesia to welcome a new leader
    16th October 2014
    Indonesia will soon have a new leader Joko Widodo, former Jakarta governor, popularly called Jokowi.He won the presidential election on July 9 with former vice-president Jusuf Kalla as his running mate. Jokowi will be ...
  • Seaweed major source of Indonesian farmers` income
    16th October 2014
    Cultivation of seaweed as a major source of income for tens of thousands of Indonesian farmers is being intensified to improve their economy. The Indonesian island resort of Bali was the first place where extensive ...
  • Indonesia Gears Up For Inauguration of Seventh President
    15th October 2014
    The newly elected speaker of the People's Consultative Assembly (MPR) Zulkifli Hasan has been busy visiting the country's leaders to extend invitations for the inauguration ceremony of Joko "Jokowi" Widodo as the seventh ...
  • Fights Against Illicit Drugs Intensified to Save Youths
    15th October 2014
    Indonesia has to intensify fight against illicit drugs in order to save the nations younger generation, who are prone to drug addiction traps. The National Anti-Narcotic Agency (BNN) recently revealed that of some 4.5 ...
  • Yudhoyono Set To Share Democratic Lessons In Bali Democracy Forum
    10th October 2014
    The Bali Democracy Forum (BDF) VII taking place in Nusa Dua, October 10-11, 2014, will be the final one to be chaired by its initiator, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, who will end his tenure on October 20, 2014. ...
  • New MPR Speaker Vows To Prioritize National Interests Above All
    9th October 2014
    After a lengthy and exhaustive deliberation, 678 members of the Peoples Consultative Assembly (MPR), one of Indonesias highest institutions, have finally elected a speaker and four deputy speakers of MPR democratically. ...
  • Rafflesia, Amorphophallus Flowers To Be Promoted As Botanical Treasures
    7th October 2014
    Bengkulu, which is dubbed "The Land of Rafflesia", is set to host an international symposium on Rafflesia and Amorphophallus flowers, the worlds rarest and largest flowers, in September 2015. "Bengkulu has been chosen as ...
  • Indonesia Strives To Become Role Model of Nuclear Security Culture
    7th October 2014
    Indonesia has always believed in the peaceful utilization of nuclear energy and has been strongly committed to pursuing nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation. As a country with a huge population of some 250 million, ...
  • Environmental NGOs, Businessmen Criticize New Peatland Regulation
    7th October 2014
    - It is crucial that peatlands in Indonesia are protected as they cover some 22 million hectares of land in the country, equivalent to five percent of the global peatland cover. Peat is partially decayed ...
  • Pancasila serves as value system of life
    3rd October 2014
    Pancasila, the five basic principles of the Republic of Indonesia, serves as the value system of life that has been constantly developed and passed down the generations. The foundation and symbol of the state, Pancasila, ...