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Wednesday, 10 February 2016 | 09:42
Balance "In the past, pressure on the press came from the government, today it`s the media putting pressure on the government," President Joko Widodo says.
Thursday, 11 February 2016 | 12:30
Caretakers of History   Tempo English Outreach team delivers a story on how a number of public communities work to preserve historic sites in Indonesia.
Thursday, 11 February 2016 | 07:16
Japan says El Nino has Weakened, Weather to Return to Normal Japan`s meteorology agency said that the El Nino weather pattern had somewhat weakened and that the weather would likely return to normal by summer.
09 February 2016

If there is one icon that marks our times, it is the hand phone. The Indonesian word for it is perfect: 'telepon genggam' or 'clutched phone'. We can clutch it any time, anywhere, but it, too, can hold us in its clutches any time, anywhere. Whenever someone sits alone in a corner, or together with a friend in a café, on a crowded bus or attends a village meeting, out comes the HP from the pocket, eyes scan the messages on the narrow screen, and attention is momentarily diverted. More often than not, conversation stops.

These days, the first thing we see in the morning when we wake up, even before turning on the light, is not the newspaper, not the radio, not the TV. It is the hand phone: the Samsung, Nokia, Motorola...

Thursday, 11 February 2016 | 21:10
Burden of Kaesong Closure to Mostly Fall on S. Korean Firms South Korea`s sudden withdrawal from a factory park in North Korea is a severe blow for the South Korean businesses that populated it.
Thursday, 11 February 2016 | 21:04
New York`s Fashion Week Opens amid Questions about Shows` Future New York Fashion Week opens on Thursday with chilly weather and perhaps an even chillier prospect.
Thursday, 11 February 2016 | 21:10
Burden of Kaesong Closure to Mostly Fall on S. Korean Firms South Korea`s sudden withdrawal from a factory park in North Korea is a severe blow for the South Korean businesses that populated it.
Thursday, 11 February 2016 | 16:00
Contractors Must Repair Roads Damaged by Project Activities Contractors can fix roads while the project is ongoing, the head of roads and bridges division at the city Bina Marga Agency says.
Tuesday, 09 February 2016 | 20:40
Train Crash in Germany, Hundreds Reported Injured Dozens of rescue teams were deployed to the crash site and while helicopters transported some of the victim to nearby hospitals.
Thursday, 11 February 2016 | 15:16
Nasri Wants to End Career at Manchester City Samir Nasri hopes to end his career at Manchester City despite the club replacing the injury-plagued midfielder with young striker Kelechi Iheanacho.
Gerindra Insists on Rejecting KPK Law Revision
Thursday, 11 February 2016 | 18:40
There is no guarantee that the revision of the KPK law will stop at several points, a Gerindra politician says.
Playing with Water at Teras Cikapundung
Thursday, 11 February 2016 | 06:36
The downstream of Cikapundung River on the side of Siliwangi Street becomes Bandung`s new public space which was opened in January 30.
Disney Pushes Next `Star Wars` Movie Release to December 2017
Thursday, 11 February 2016 | 06:30
Fans of the blockbuster `Star Wars: The Force Awakens` will have to wait two more years for the next installment.