Friday, 1st August 2014
Feature
  • Sukabumi pedophilia case "top of an iceberg"
    7th May 2014
    After the reports of sexual abuse of a 6-year-old pupil, AK, last month at the Jakarta International School (JIS) shocked the public, a similar case has been revealed in Sukabumi, West Java. In the JIS case, kindergarten ...
  • Indonesia needs skilled workers to face AEC
    2nd May 2014
    Indonesia is facing crucial manpower problems and need to improve the competitiveness of its human resources to enable them to compete in the labor market at home and in the ASEAN integrated region. "Indonesia needs to find ...
  • Jakarta police to deploy 19,000 personnel on May Day
    30th April 2014
    The Jakarta Police will deploy some 19,557 personnel to guard the May Day rallies in the capital city where about 7,000-10,000 workers plan to hold rallies for two days on Thursday and Friday. Of the 19,557 police ...
  • Indonesia concerned over Egypt`s mass death penalty
    30th April 2014
    Many countries, including Indonesia, reacted to another preliminary mass death sentence handed by a court in Egypt, where more than 680 people were reportedly on trial. The legal decision announced on April 28, followed ...
  • Jambi to have international sea port soon
    30th April 2014
    The Indonesian province of Jambi on Sumatra Island will soon have a new international seaport of Ujung Jabung at Tanjung Jabung district. Finally supported by the central government, Ujung Jabung port will soon be ...
  • Next Indonesian govt expected to focus on food, pro-people programs
    30th April 2014
    As an agrarian country with vast areas and a country with a large population that depends on the agricultural sector, Indonesia should have been able to maintain its food sovereignty and resilience. The agricultural ...
  • Power rate hikes to weaken competitiveness in AEC
    29th April 2014
    The basic electricity tariff hike may increase production costs, particularly of domestic textile products by about 15 percent, thus weakening their competitiveness in the face of next years ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). ...
  • Legu Gam able to generate people`s economy
    29th April 2014
    Organized by Ternate Sultanate to mark the birthday of the Sultan of Ternate, the annual Legu Gam Festival in North Maluku succeeds in generating local peoples creative economy. Therefore, the Ministry of Tourism and ...
  • Malaria remains endemic in five Indonesian provinces
    25th April 2014
    Malaria is a major public health problem in most tropical countries, including Indonesia with five of its provinces still having high cases of this deadly disease. Hundreds of people in the province of Papua, West Papua, ...
  • Voters defy preliminary electability surveys on Islamic-based parties
    21st April 2014
    Most Islamic-based parties should thank survey institutes for issuing the polls showing that their prospects would be bleak in the legislative elections held nation-wide on April 9. The party electability surveys, in fact, ...