There is still much to prepare for the 18th Asian Games to be held in Jakarta and Palembang this coming August. The event will cost the state Rp25 trillion.
Indonesians appear to have a low interest in reading-at least according to the Worlds Most Literate Nations study published by the Central Connecticut State University in 2016
Balai Baca Rumah Bako in Kapalo Koto, West Sumatra, offers an unexpected combination of literacy and agriculture.
PLN has sought coal price regulations since the beginning of last year. The option of floor and ceiling rates has been pruned out.
As we enter the Lunar Year of the Dog, that stresses the virtues of loyalty and caution, it is appropriate that they are adopted, to help us face a more…
The State cannot translate God into itself. But recently something has been happening, something that seems to be coming from anxiety, making people consider the State capable of dealing with…
The Jakarta Police is using the Ombudsmans recommendations in the Novel Baswedan investigation. Their excuse to put an end to Muhammad Lestaluhus examination.
Yogyakarta is considered as one of the countrys least tolerant cities. This has the support of authorities and officials.
LAST Monday, the House of Representative passed the revision to Law No.
United Nations Secretary Generals Special Advocate for Inclusive Finance for Development, Queen Maxima of the Netherlands, appreciated Indonesias steps to accelerate financial inclusion in the country.
Indonesia reaffirmed its commitment to push economic development in the Melanesia sub-region during the Leaders Summit of the Melanesian Spearhead Group (MSG) in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, last week.
President Joko Widodos Inauguration of the Nusantara Islamic Civilization Kilometer Zero Monument on March 24, 2017, confirmed Barus, North Sumatra, as Islams first entry point into the Indonesian archipelago (Nusantara),…
With such poor preparations, the 18th Asian Games to be held in Jakarta and Palembang this August may turn into a mess.
Intolerance continues to be seen in Yogyakarta. Leaders must be firm and the people must unite.
The government plans to collect alms from Muslim civil servants salaries.
I would like to express my objection to an article titled "Drunk Verdict in the Death Room" published in Tempo magazine, issue February 5-11, 2018.