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Economy

The Need to Spend More

The ongoing pressure on the rupiah, which exceeded the Rp13,000 level last week, reflects the adverse impact of the world's two largest economies on our currency ...

Trans-Java Delays

Rows of concrete posts stood in paddy fields in Klitik village, Ngawi, East Java ...

National

Too Many Cooks

A meeting of pro-government party chairpersons at the home of former Jakarta governor and current chairman of the Indonesian Justice and Unity Party (PKPI), Sutiyoso, in Cibubur, East Jakarta on Tuesday two weeks ago was a mix of work and play ...

Race to the Inner Circle

A chat in the office of Sihol P ...

Letters

Letter

Indosat's Comment IN response to Mr ...

Letter From

Dangerous Work

A few days before hundreds of journalists from around the world gathered in Riga, capital of the Baltic nation of Latvia from May 2-6 to commemorate World Press Freedom Day, two of their colleagues in Africa were murdered ...

Arts

Bodhisatva at the National Museum

A black statue of the Buddha fasting—sitting cross-legged with upturned hands, a gaunt face, haggard eyes and sallow cheeks—grabbed visitor attention at the latest National Museum exhibition ...

Sidelines

The Godless

A pimp, or someone looking like a pimp but dressed like Colonel Sanders from Kentucky Fried Chicken asks about God ...

Weekly Business

Weekly Business

OIL BUSINESSPetral To Be Shuttered Pertamina CEO Dwi Soetjipto has begun the process of liquidating its subsidiary, the Petral Group ...

News Capsule

News Capsule

Top Energy Official Involved in TPPI Corruption Indonesian Police believe the Ministry of Energy and Mineral Resources has intervened in a case of suspected corruption in Trans Pacific Petrochemical Indotama's (TPPI) sales of the state's allocation of condensate ...

Column

Seeking Employment Overseas? Prepare Yourself

Dewi Anggraeni We are living in an era where many professionals cross national borders in search of better jobs ...

Horizons

Business Match-Making

Sugeng ndalu (good night)," 37-year-old Mahmudi Fukumoto greeted in Javanese, by telephone from Kawasaki, Japan, two weeks ago ...

Cartoon
Law

From China With Love

MIRZA Iskandar received the package on Tuesday afternoon last week ...

Taboos in North Aceh

Many common behaviors are now defined as deviant in North Aceh ...

Outreach

Equitable Health Services

State Representatives at the Forefront The Health Ministry has dispatched teams of medical workers to 120 community health centers in remote regions ...

Spot light on Public Health

After a 10-minute drive from the Kelay district community health center (puskesmas) in East Kalimantan, the rumbling engine of the ambulance gives way to the splashes of the Kelay River ...

Opinion

The Unwanted

THE end of the Vietnam War four decades ago unleashed thousands of Indochinese escaping the aftermath of a protracted armed conflict ...

A New Deal

WE must begin by saying that any cabinet reshuffle is the prerogative of the president ...

Environment

Police Thwart Rare Parrot-Smuggling Attempt

Harbor police at Tanjung Perak Port in Surabaya, East Java have arrested a man attempting to smuggle 24 critically endangered parrots out of the country ...

Interview

Bambang Darmono, Former Chief, Government Unit for the Acceleration of Development in Papua and West Papua:All they want is to be free

PRESIDENT Joko Widodo had good news to announce about Papua on May 9, when he pardoned five local political prisoners ...