Residents perform a liong dragon dance during Grebeg Sudiro near the traditional Pasar Gede in Surak...
PLN gives Pertamina more time in Java 1 project
State-owned energy firms PLN and Pertamina will slog through the planned construction of one of the ...
RI probes police unit held in Sudan
The Indonesian government insists that weapon-smuggling allegations leveled at Indonesian police off...
Assistance on hand
Indonesia provides two schools, aid in Rakhine
Happy faces: Foreign Minister Retno LP Marsudi sings with students in Sittwe, Rakhine state, Myanmar...
Ombudsman called in to contest regulation
A number of legal experts and environmental activists have taken a detour in their mission to challe...
Indonesian economy to grow strongly despite changes in US policies: Standard Cha...
Special session: Standard Chartered Bank Indonesia senior economist Aldian Taloputra (left to right)...
Sectarian issues put business in peril
Economic talk: The Vice President’s chief economic adviser, Sofjan Wanandi (left), shakes hands with...
Govt in policy flip-flop over trade hub plan
The government has decided to delay a plan to introduce Kuala Tanjung Port in North Sumatra as Indon...
Govt remains vigilant on forest fires
Stop forest fires: President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo (far left) speaks at a coordination meeting on for...
New scheme set out to spur investment
The government is considering introducing different feed-in tariffs for renewable energy sources in ...
Economy in brief: Citilink begins flights serving Jayapura
Low-cost carrier Citilink Indonesia, a subsidiary of national flag carrier Garuda Indonesia, has lau...
Economy in brief: Multilateral trade more preferred: WTO
World Trade Organization (WTO) member countries have agreed that multilateral trade negotiations are...
Jakarta guarantees deal with Finnish firm
Acting Jakarta governor Sumarsono has vowed that the Jakarta administration’s cooperation agreement ...
Loan provision for the unbanked: Is it possible?
There are currently more than 2 billion people around the world categorized as unbanked, with most o...
People create household utensils and handicrafts from bamboo in Moyodan village, Yogyakarta
National scene: Army to buy Austrian APCs
The Army plans to procure several Pandur II 8x8 armored personnel carriers (APCs), which are develop...
Miners still jittery over China’s next coal policy
While getting back on their feet following an upward trend in coal prices recently, miners in Indone...
National scene: Govt should punish violent groups
The government has been urged to strictly enforce the law when dealing with members of the Islam Def...
On-time delivery sought to maintain prices in peak season
In an attempt to avoid a surge in the price of beef over the Ramadhan and Idul Fitri festivities thi...
Govt engaged in power struggle with lawmakers over SOE holding
The government is ready to fight tooth and nail at the House of Representatives to defend a new regu...
Media find challenges, opportunities in social media
Panelists of a media seminar in Depok, West Java, have noted a lack of uniformity in upholding freed...
Regional Representatives Council (DPD) Speaker Mohamad Saleh (center) and deputy speakers Farouk Muh...
AP I, II post double-digit growth on higher traffic
State-owned airport operators Angkasa Pura (AP) I and AP II posted double-digit growth in 2016 on th...
Education on self-care essential to ease healthcare problems
Dea Karina Artikasih, 27, an employee of an intergovernmental organization, normally depends on hers...
Cooperation vital on piracy: Expert
Regional cooperation is vital to overcome cross-border problems of piracy, illegal fishing and force...
‘hUSh’ unlocks silence on sexual violence
On stage: Cinta (Cinta Ramlan) performs in a scene of hUSh
Terror convicts may still be radical despite renouncing terrorism
Indonesia has had difficulties de-radicalizing convicted terrorists, with many of them continuing th...
Kris lovers seek a way to penetrate Generation Z
Preserving heritage: Kris collector Cakra Wiyata speaks during a discussion in the Pusaka Museum
Low-performing lawmakers demand more House seats
Amid poor performance and corruption allegations, lawmakers have demanded more seats at the House of...
The birth of a new living organism Indonesia's First Eartship
Work in progress: Architect Mike Reynolds introduces one of the sustainable homes in West Sumbawa, W...
Guess what?: Richard Kyle sick of traffic
Aussie-Indonesian actor and model Richard Kyle is yet to get used to Jakarta’s traffic although the ...
Greater Jakarta: KPU to help publish campaign ads
The Jakarta General Elections Commission (KPU Jakarta) will disseminate the campaign material of all...
Greater Jakarta: Tangerang starts Rp33b bridge project
The Tangerang administration commenced on Monday the construction of a bridge costing Rp 33 billion ...
WPP India XI, WISCI, Mavecrics, Fez Rebels register weekend wins
WPP India XI resumed its league action with a comfortable thrashing of a struggling Menara CC side i...
Greater Jakarta: More witnesses against Ahok on Tuesday
Prosecutors will present two eyewitnesses to testify against Jakarta Governor Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja ...
RI shuttlers eye victories in three major events this year
Susi Susanti - Courtesy of PBSIIndonesian shuttlers are aiming to come out on top in three prestigio...
Greater Jakarta: Alleged computer thief nabbed
Depok Police arrested an East Jakarta resident named Munawan who allegedly stole two laptops from a ...
Teenagers jump into the Ciliwung River in Central Jakarta, on Monday near a banner prohibiting vote-...
Live music shows to delight BRT passengers
Students of music schools and talented street musicians will make your commute more lively, at least...
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Around the region: More Indonesians abducted in Sabah
Three more Indonesian citizens have been confirmed as victims of another kidnapping incident in the ...
FPI chief faces hate charges over banknote comment
The first questioning session of Islam Defenders Front (FPI) leader Rizieq Shihab over hate speech a...
City uncertain on future of fire-ravaged Senen Market
The City administration has yet to decide whether to demolish the Senen Market building, which caugh...
Sanitation workers clean on Monday gutters in the Gelora Senayan area, Central Jakarta, clogged with...
The Archipelago12:53 am
Island focus: Govt moves to isolate anthrax outbreak
Agriculture Minister Amran Sulaiman said on Monday the central government had immediately responded ...
The Archipelago12:55 am
Island focus: Village official human trafficking suspect
The police in Kupang city have named Kalali village secretary in West Fatuleu district, identified o...
The Archipelago12:56 am
A culinary festival featuring pork dishes begins on Monday in Semarang, Central Java, despite protes...
The Archipelago01:00 am
Flores a global favorite for bird watching
Known for its stunning biodiversity and beautiful scenery, Flores in East Nusa Tenggara (NTT) has be...
The Archipelago01:01 am
Deportation should be last option: Asylum activists
A new presidential regulation specifying procedures for handling asylum seekers has been lauded for ...
The Archipelago01:02 am
Dozens of Papuan students attend on Monday a pretrial challenge by fellow students who have been acc...
President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo’s government has made the right decision to continue efforts to deepe...
Domestic finance won’t cost the Earth
When 2016 drew to a close, Indonesia’s chief finance-sector regulator, the Financial Services Author...
Hopes alive for the two-state solution?
Salem Mu’tan, a Palestinian from the village of Burqah in the West Bank, was forced to move to the U...
The Archipelago12:54 am
Island focus: Police foil attempt to smuggle pangolins
Police in Jambi have arrested three men in Tambang Baru village, Merangin regency, for alleged invol...
The Archipelago12:57 am
Sragen women suffers severe body stiffness
Seeking help: Sulami, a resident of Sragen, Central Java, has been paralyzed for the past 12 years a...
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