Saturday, 1st November 2014
Feature
  • Next government expected to ensure food security
    2nd June 2014
    The next government of Indonesia after the upcoming July 9, 2014, presidential election is expected to ensure food security for the entire population of the country. Known to be the largest archipelagic country in the ...
  • Seeds of Hope in Indonesia`s Energy-Saving Cars
    1st June 2014
    Indonesia is undeniably a large consumer of Japanese and other foreign automobiles, but in terms of developing energy-saving cars, it has now caught up with other nations throughout the world. Its strength lies in various ...
  • Indonesia Plays Dual Roles in Climate Change Issues
    1st June 2014
    As an archipelagic country with vast forests and maritime areas, Indonesia is unique as it is most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change, but simultaneously offers crucial solutions to curb the climate change problem. ...
  • Cleaning Up Jakarta`s Rivers
    1st June 2014
    For Iwan Suseno, a resident of Kebon Manggis area in East Jakarta, flooding has been like an unresolved problem that should be faced with patience. Iwans perception is shared by lots of Jakartans, who have been living with ...
  • Government urged to recognize role of fisherwomen
    27th May 2014
    The government needs to recognize the important role of fisherwomen in the family and take them into account when it is working on the budget for the fishery sector. Data released by the Peoples Coalition for Fishery ...
  • Indonesia needs to globally promote its pearl industry
    27th May 2014
    Indonesia, one of the largest pearl producers, needs to further promote its pearl potential throughout the world, so that it can gain maximum benefits from the commodity. "Indonesia has become the biggest South Sea pearl ...
  • Indonesian presidential, vice presidential candidates have their health checked
    23rd May 2014
    Two pairs of the Indonesian presidential hopefuls, Joko Widodo or Jokowi and his running mate M. Jusuf Kalla, another pair Prabowo Subianto and Hatta Rajasa were required to have their health checked by medical specialists. ...
  • Councilors Blame FCTC For Cigarette Plant Closures
    20th May 2014
    The East Java Legislative Council has blamed foreign pressures --exerted through the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control-- for the closure of two hand-rolled cigarette factories in East Java, which forces 4,900 workers to ...
  • Indonesia Gears Up For Presidential Election
    20th May 2014
    The General Election Commission (KPU) has started the process of the implementation of the July 9 presidential election, after announcing the results of the parliamentary elections held on April 9, 2014. "We have sent ...
  • Indonesia Gears Up For Research In Unexplored Deep Sea
    19th May 2014
    Indonesia is the biggest archipelagic country in the world, with around 70 percent of its territory is waters and it has around 17,480 islands. Indonesias future basically lies in oceans expected to help sustain food ...