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  • Rancage Literary Awards go to local short story writers

  • SBY claims first 100-day programs successful

  • CIT ministry serves as PR agent

    Minister of Communication and Information Technology Tifatul Sembiring said his office has performed public relations duties for the government since beginning his second-term in office in October.

  • No buffaloes allowed at rallies for safety reasons

  • RI calls for resumption of talks

    Indonesia has called on India and Pakistan to resume peace talks to settle their dispute over the predominantly Muslim Kashmir, after a recent uprising raised tensions between the two nuclear…

  • No dramatic end likely to Century bailout case

    Lobbying between politicians has intensified and observers now say the President, the Vice President  and Finance Minister, in the hot seat over the Bank Century bailout case, will probably all…

  • Text your say: Review of blasphemy law

    A request made by a group of NGOs for a judicial review of the 1965 Blasphemy Law has received opposition from religious leaders. What do you think?

  • The Post’s online service ranked 76th globally

  • Conspiracy accusation ‘false’

    State prosecutors are still seeking the death sentence for defendant Antasari Azhar, despite accusations that he was framed in the high-profile murder of Nasruddin Zulkarnaen, the former director of PT…

  • Religious persecution ‘remains high’ in West Java: New study

    Violations of freedom of worship and intolerance among different faiths in West Java remained high last year, according to a study carried out by the Institute for Cultural and Religion…