Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Ltd (APSEZ) is in talks with the Indonesian government to develop the strategically vital Sabang Port, two people aware of the matter said.
Online hoaxes circulating widely in Indonesia since the start of the Israel-Hamas war are particularly dangerous because of sensitive underlying issues, experts say.
Indonesia’s Constitutional Court has cleared the path for the eldest son of President Joko Widodo to run as vice-president in a groundbreaking development ahead of the country’s upcoming election.
Indonesian dancer Rianto moves gracefully in front of a crowd of thousands in the capital Jakarta, whipping his orange sash and in full make-up as he performs a centuries-old folk dance frowned upon by conservatives.
Villagers from Laikang and Pitu Sunggu gave a warm welcome to PAIR researchers who recently returned to the small South Sulawesi communities to present their findings into the seaweed industry.
The union of the National Awakening Party (PKB) and the Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) under the banner of the Anies Baswedan and Muhaimin Amin presidential ticket has defied expectations.
The idea of Indonesia joining the BRICS group was raised over a decade ago, and Indonesia has participated in some BRICS meetings. Over the past two years, the concept of Indonesia officially joining BRICS has been revived with the support of actors such as China.
Environmentalists have criticized Indonesia’s carbon trading mechanism, which had its first day of trading September 26.
‘Massive amounts’ of cattle getting rejected from live export trade to Indonesia due to skin blemishes
Markus Rathsmann has got cattle in his yards at Mt Ringwood Station in the Northern Territory and points out which ones are currently barred from the live export trade to Indonesia.
The national health programme in Indonesia faces a formidable challenge on its path to establishing a comprehensive and effective health system: a disconnected recording and reporting system.
Indonesia said Thursday that it still did not have any plans to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).
The Archipelagic and Island States (AIS) Forum discussed the impacts of imprudent utilization of mangroves during the 1st High Level Meeting (HLM) of the Forum in Badung District, Bali Province.
A senior diplomat on Tuesday dropped some hints that a European company was already serious about building a nickel smelter in Indonesia, although the government official refused to go into details.
The people of Rempang and Galang Island, Batam City (Kepri Province) Indonesia, have been living in an atmosphere of anxiety for the last few months.
Indonesia’s human rights commission said Monday it would investigate a deadly clash between police and villagers in Central Kalimantan who were protesting against a palm oil company for allegedly failing to allocate them land as promised under a cooperation scheme.