Sunday, 29th May 2016
National
  • Issue of communism raked up to draw public attention: VP Kalla
    13th May 2016
    Vice President M. Jusuf Kalla has opined that the issue of communism, which came up recently, was not a threat but was merely an attempt to attract public attention. "I am not sure that in the current circumstances, ...
  • New Zealand explores cooperation opportunities in Yogyakarta
    13th May 2016
    New Zealands Ambassador to Indonesia Trevor Matheson has paid a visit to the city administration of Yogyakarta to explore potential areas of cooperation. "In addition to gathering information about Yogyakarta city and its ...
  • Growing instances of sexual violence against children alarming: Legislator
    13th May 2016
    Sexual violence against children in Indonesia has reached an alarming level and created an emergency situation that needs immediate handling and action, a legislator has said. The Chairman of Commission VIII on Religion ...
  • Rampant communism attributes raise concern: Police
    13th May 2016
    The growing instances of rampant communism attributes circulating in the country during recent days have raised concern and resulted in unrest in the society, National Police (Polri) Chief, General Badrodin Haiti said. ...
  • Nigerians jailed for 20 years for drug trafficking
    12th May 2016
    The West Jakarta district court has meted out 20-year jail term each for two Nigerians for drug trafficking. Chukwudkpe Donotus Okorie (30) and Hyginus Oginuwa (44) were arrested by the customs security authority at ...
  • Golkar congress to be opened a day earlier
    12th May 2016
    The extraordinary national congress of Golkar, the countrys second largest political party, would be opened on Saturday, a day earlier than originally set on Sunday on technical reason." "The opening would take place on ...
  • Veterinary team investigates death of elephant Yani in Bandung Zoo
    12th May 2016
    A veterinary team conducted an autopsy on the carcass of Yani, a Sumatran elephant that died on Wednesday in Bandung Zoo, to identify the cause of death. "There were 11 doctors involved in the autopsy," Head of the Natural ...
  • Minister conducts emergency campaign for violence prevention
    12th May 2016
    Indonesian Education and Culture Minister Anies Baswedan has conducted an emergency campaign against violence and urged school administrators to establish a unit to detect violence and prevent its occurrence both within and ...
  • Vice president attends launch of book on anti-corruption
    12th May 2016
    Vice President Jusuf Kalla attended a function to launch a book on anti-corruption here on Thursday. The book is titled "Other Side of KPK Accountability and Anti-corruption Activists Institute: Facts and Analysis" by ...
  • Tangerang city receives "Indonesia Digital Economy Award"
    12th May 2016
    Tangerang city in Banten Province has received the Indonesia Digital Economy Award 2016 from MarkPlus for successfully developing a digital city. MarkPlus founder Hermawan Kertajaya lauded all parties involved in the ...