Thursday, 1st September 2016
Feature
  • Govt checks vehicles for Lebaran transportation
    15th June 2016
    The government is conducting checks to determine the condition of vehicles that will be used to transport post-fasting Ied Fitr or Lebaran travelers who will be headed for their hometowns to celebrate the Muslim holiday ...
  • Nondiscriminatory fight launched against illegal fishing activities in Indonesian waters
    14th June 2016
    Maritime Affairs and Fisheries Minister Susi Pudjiastuti has been consistent and courageous in her approach to fight illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing (IUU) activities in Indonesian waters. To protect the ...
  • Subsidy cut not to reduce diesel oil supply
    12th June 2016
    The Indonesian governments plan to cut its diesel oil subsidy will have no impact on the volume of diesel oil supplies which currently amount to about 16 million kiloliters. However, Energy and Mineral Resources (ESDM) ...
  • Will Ahok change his stance, only time will tell
    11th June 2016
    With the election of Jakartas next governor just a few months away, the political atmosphere in the capital city, and even at the national level, is already warming up. Basuki Tjahaja Purnama or Ahok, the incumbent Jakarta ...
  • Candidates for police top post still a puzzle
    10th June 2016
    Amid suggestions that President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) should not extend the term of office of the outgoing Police Chief General Badrodin Haiti, the head of state said he had yet to decide on the matter. General Haiti will ...
  • Indonesian Cyber Agency to curb rampant cyber attacks
    9th June 2016
    Lacking adequate cyber security, Indonesia is in a state of emergency following increasing incidents of cyber attacks mostly from within the country. Indonesia is ranked second among countries where cyber attacks are ...
  • Ventures in fake investment companies still rife
    6th June 2016
    Fake investment companies still are operating openly in the country attracting thousands of investors by promising attractive profit. Poor financial literacy is partly attributable to the expansion of the illegal ...
  • public awareness of wildlife protection
    6th June 2016
    Every effort must be made to raise public awareness of wildlife protection after many large mammals such as Sumatran tigers are killed each year, their tusks hacked out, and their bodies are left to rot. Public awareness ...
  • Pancasila, cohesive power of Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia
    1st June 2016
    Every year, on June 1, Indonesia commemorates the birth of the national ideology of Pancasila, which serves as the cohesive power of the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia (NKRI). Looking back 71 years on June 1, ...
  • Counting the blessings behind fasting
    31st May 2016
    For religious communities, both Muslims and Christians, fasting and prayers are one of the most powerful spiritual combinations on earth. True fasting for such devout brings humility and alignment with God, for it conquers ...