Megawati Highlights Importance of Pancasila During PDI-P Address

Megawati Sukarnoputri, the chairwoman of Indonesia Democratic Party of Struggle (PDI-P), highlighted the importance of state ideology Pancasila during a party wide speech Tuesday morning (10/01).

10 January 2017 | 03:06 PM


Millions of Devotees in Philippines Join Black Nazarene Procession

About a million and a half barefoot Philippine devotees praying for miracles joined a procession on Monday.

10 January 2017 | 03:00 PM


Traditional Market Reviltalizing

A construction worker lays concrete at a traditional market in Bareng, Malang, East Java, on Tuesday (10/01). The government has targeted revitalization of 1,000 traditional markets this year. (Antara Photo/Ari Bowo Sucipto)

10 January 2017 | 02:40 PM


The Survey Says

Campaign banners line the streets of Penggiingan, East Jakarta, on Monday (09/10). The Indonesia Survey Institute (LSI) recently found 31.8 percent of respondents support incumbent pair Basuki "Ahok" Tjahaja Purnama and Djarot Saiful Hidayat, while 26.5 percent supported Agus Yudhoyono and Sylvi Murni and 23.9 percent Anies Baswedan and Sandiaga Uno. Meanwhile, 17.8 percent said they had not decided or did not know. (Antara Photo/Fakhri Hermansyah)

10 January 2017 | 02:36 PM


Onion Prices On the rise

Farmers harvest onions in Paron village, Kediri, East Java, on Monday (09/01). Onion prices at farms have risen due to a lack of supply. (Antara Photo/Prasetia Fauzani)

10 January 2017 | 02:31 PM


Defend the Nation on Campus

Students attend a Defend the Nation exercise at State University Siliwangi, Tasikmalaya, West Java, on Monday (09/01). Around 2,800 freshmen class members took part in the exercise which aims to maintain the integrity and strength of Indonesia. (Antara Photo/Adeng Bustomi)

10 January 2017 | 02:17 PM



Three people were injured and their cars crushed after a giant trembesi tree fell on them on Monday (09/01) in Medan, North Sumatra.

10 January 2017 | 02:10 PM


South Korea Says Consumption Sluggish, Government Aims to Stabilize Produce Prices

South Korea's exports and production have been improving over recent months but consumption is showing signs of sluggishness.

10 January 2017 | 02:00 PM


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The Indonesian government spent Rp 63.1 trillion ($4.7 billion) on electricity subsidy in 2016.

10 January 2017 | 01:55 PM


Easier Permits, Tax Amnesty to Stem Industrial Construction Decline in 2017

Indonesia's industrial complex construction sector is likely to decline at a slower pace this year, thanks to government efforts to loosen permit requirements and additional investment from the tax amnesty program.

10 January 2017 | 01:23 PM