Tuesday, 9th February 2016
Feature
  • Indonesia capable of manufacturing sophisticated warships
    19th January 2016
    President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) has an ambition to make Indonesia, in which two-third of its territories are water, a maritime axis and a major ship builder. "Ordering (ships) abroad will no longer be allowed. Why should ...
  • Indonesians have own ways to face terrorism
    18th January 2016
    The bomb blasts and shoutout that occurred last Thursday at a Starbucks coffee shop and a police station in Jalan Thamrin, near the Sarinah business area, Central Jakarta, seemed not to have long term impacts among ...
  • Indonesia steps up security measures following Jakarta terror attack
    18th January 2016
    Jakarta (ANTARA News)  - The terror attack in the heart of Jakarta on January 14 has prompted Indonesian authorities to step up security measures across the country, particularly at public facilities, such as airports and ...
  • Indonesia`s productive age population increasing
    18th January 2016
    Indonesias productive age population is increasing in line with the rise in purchasing power of urban middle-class communities. Characterized by the increase in population of the productive age group and the rise in ...
  • Indonesia takes immediate counter terrorism measures
    17th January 2016
    The bomb attack that occurred last Thursday in Sarinah area of Jalan Thamrin, Central Jakarta, seemed to have failed to trigger any fear among the local people living in the area. Many pedestrians and street vendors passing ...
  • No major impact of Jakarta bombings on industry
    16th January 2016
    The terror attack in the business and office district in Central Jakarta on Thursday will not have any significant impact on the national industry. "The bombing and shootout at the Sarinah Department Store and Starbucks ...
  • Central Sulawesi gearing up for total solar eclipse
    16th January 2016
    The Indonesian province of Central Sulawesi is gearing up for a total solar eclipse that will attract a large number of domestic and foreign tourists. Forecast to occur on March 9, 2016, the rare and beautiful phenomenon ...
  • Rice imports to reinforce food resilience
    16th January 2016
    On paper, Indonesias rice production is adequate to meet its domestic needs, yet uncertain climate conditions such as drought due the El Nino phenomenon, often disturb production or delay plantation seasons. This leads the ...
  • World appreciates Indonesia for swift handling of attack, offers support
    16th January 2016
    The terror attack in the heart of Jakarta on January 14, 2016 shocked Indonesia as well as many other countries which later offered support and expressed sympathy with the Indonesian government and people. Two civilians, ...
  • Indonesia convinced bomb attack would not affect tourism
    15th January 2016
    In the new millennium, Indonesia experienced a series of terrorist attacks, yet its tourism development was not affected to any significant extent, a fact reflected by rising number of foreign tourist arrivals. Incidents ...