Sunday, 21st September 2014
National
  • Indonesia pharmaceutical industry needs local raw material: Expert
    7th September 2014
    The Indonesia national pharmaceutical industry has potential to substantially grow but it needs to be supported by the availability of local raw materials, an expert has said. "Most of the raw materials are still imported, ...
  • Surabaya receives award for maintaining culture preserves
    6th September 2014
    The Education and Culture Ministry of Indonesia has awarded a medal to the Surabaya city government for its efforts in caring for culture preserves.Secretary of the Surabaya city administration Hendro Gunawan said on Saturday ...
  • PDIP to convene national meeting in Semarang
    6th September 2014
    The Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle (PDIP) is scheduled to hold its national working meeting in Semarang, Central Java, from September 19 to 21."The next PDIP national working meeting is aimed at solidifying the party ...
  • Power and freedom likely misused: President
    6th September 2014
    Power and freedom are likely to be misused, and if that occurs, the goals and ideals of democracy will be disturbed, according to President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. "In an authoritarian government, the power holder is a ...
  • Transition team`s meeting with chief economic minister canceled
    5th September 2014
    The meeting between the transition team of president-elect Joko Widodo (Jokowi) and Indonesian Chief Economic Minister Chairul Tanjung scheduled previously on Friday evening has been canceled."I have unfortunate news to reveal. ...
  • French journalists apologize to Indonesian govt: Lawyer
    5th September 2014
    The lawyer of two French journalists who were nabbed in Papua said his clients have sent a letter of apology to the Indonesian government with regard to their journalistic activities in Papua. "Thomas and Valentine have ...
  • Two French journalists to be deported: Press Council
    5th September 2014
    The Press Council of Indonesia has urged the government to deport the two French journalists, Thomas Charles Dandois and Marie Valentine Bourrat, in order to prevent an escalation of their immigration issues. "They have not ...
  • Sukabumi police investigate alleged human trafficking case
    5th September 2014
    Police in Sukabumi district, West Java, Indonesia are investigating a possible human trafficking case involving three residents of Parungkuda sub-district."We will study the case and ask for information from their families to ...
  • Jero Wacik resigns as energy and mineral resources minister
    5th September 2014
    Presidential spokesman Julian Aldrin Pasha reported that President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono had received a letter of resignation from Jero Wacik as minister of Energy and Mineral Resources. "President Yudhoyono had received ...
  • Flight services in South Kalimantan disrupted by haze
    5th September 2014
    Thick haze shrouded Banjarbaru City, South Kalimantan, and disrupted local flights at the Syamsudin Noor Airport of Banjarmasin on Friday. Airport Service Section Head of airport operator PT Angkasa Pura I. Heru ...