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Edition 14 May 2018

  • Burdensome High Speed Train
    Opinion

    Burdensome High Speed Train

    The Jakarta-Bandung fast train project has been sliding off the rails since day one. The project's plan should be reviewed.

  • Victory for Malaysian Democracy
    Opinion

    Victory for Malaysian Democracy

    Or the first time, an opposition coalition has won in Malaysian general election. It's the victory of common sense.

  • A Peculiar Case in Meulaboh
    Opinion

    A Peculiar Case in Meulaboh

    A district court has annulled a cassation verdict against a company responsible for a forest fire. The decision has jeopardized legal certainty.

  • Backyard Natural Remedies
    Outreach

    Backyard Natural Remedies

    Indonesia's wealth of herbs and spices, believed to be effective natural remedies, has made the herbal oil sector flourish.

  • Wan Azizah Wan Ismail, President of the People's Justice Party
  • Interview

    Interview

    Public Works and Housing Minister Basoeki Hadimoeljono: We will continue to do structural audits of old bridges

    BASOEKI Hadimoeljono has his work cut out for him this year.

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  • National

    Presidential Hopefuls With No Party Support

    Several individuals have declared themselves as presidential candidates, despite the absence of party support. Gatot Nurmantyo and Abraham Samad are particularly persistent.

  • Economy

    Lightning Train

    The loan for the rapid train project was disbursed two years after the project had been in operation. The China Development Bank requested a timely deposit of capital.

  • Outreach

    Pranoto's Secret Recipe

    After a traffic accident, Servasius Bambang Pranoto began making homemade herbal oil to relieve his condition. Today, his monthly turnover reaches tens of billions of rupiah.

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  • The Return of Dr. M
    Asean & Beyond

    The Return of Dr. M

    The opposition's victory in Malaysia ends Barisan Nasional's reign in the country. Corruption and economic strife were key contributing factors.

  • Mystery
    Sidelines

    Mystery

    "Don't you have the sense that we are living... if you can call that living... in a broken world? Yes, broken like a watch that has stopped."

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