Sunday, 2nd August 2015
Feature
  • Central java`s tourism destinations ready to welcome Lebaran tourists
    15th July 2015
    Several tourist destinations in Central Java are poised to welcome hundreds and thousands of Islamic post-fasting holidaymakers this year. Most of the tourist destinations there are ready to welcome the tourists with regard ...
  • Indonesian govt gears up to secure Idul Fitri exodus
    9th July 2015
    After fasting during the entire holy month of Ramadan, Indonesian Muslims, who account for nearly 90 percent of the countrys population, will celebrate the Eid Fitr, locally known as Idul Fitri, Islamic festival, on July 17 or ...
  • Indonesia promoting eco-tourism to protect rainforests
    9th July 2015
    Indonesia is promoting eco-tourism in numerous regions as one of the means of protecting its rainforests while helping the communities explore other alternative sources of incomes for sustainable development. The Heart of ...
  • Urbanization gives rise to social problems
    2nd July 2015
    The influx of new migrants seeking employment in cities usually gives rise to social problems if the existing infrastructure fails to cope with them. Migrating to cities facing housing shortages will lead to an increase in ...
  • Discourse on Papua dialogue restarts
    1st July 2015
    After about a two-year hiatus, the discourse regarding the Jakarta-Papua dialogue to seek a peaceful solution to the polemics and problems in Indonesias easternmost province has now restarted. During the term of President ...
  • Ridwan Kamil dreams of transforming Bandung into technopolis
    29th June 2015
    Bandung Mayor Ridwan Kamil, better known as Emil, harbors an ambitious dream to transform his city into a technopolis, as well as liveable and loveable city. Technopolis is a society with a concentration of ...
  • Palembang Develops Musi River Tourism To Attract Foreign Tourists
    29th June 2015
    The Ampera Bridge has become the most famous icon of Palembang, which is one of the oldest cities in Indonesia and in the past was the capital of the powerful Sriwijaya Kingdom between 670 and 1375. Palembang, the capital ...
  • Investment Expected To Fuel Economic Growth
    25th June 2015
    - Realization of investment targets in the years ahead will help to boost the countrys economic growth, Chief Economic Minister Sofyan Djalil said. "If we can realize the investment target of Rp5,600 trillion in the next ...
  • Rohingya Asylum Seekers Treated With Compassion In Aceh
    25th June 2015
    - Since the issue emerged, the people and government of Aceh Darussalam have sympathized with and shown their solidarity towards Rohingyas by rescuing them from the rough seas and accommodating them in the province. ...
  • VP Kalla calls for religious tolerance
    22nd June 2015
    Indonesian Vice President M. Jusuf Kalla has urged the public to build harmony and promote tolerance while observing the holy month of Ramadan. In his sermon during evening prayers at Sunda Kelpa mosque in Central Jakarta ...