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Indonesia and the Act of Forgetting

By ANDREAS HARSONOFEB. 28, 2014 JAKARTA, Indonesia — I grew up in the shadow of the Indonesian massacres exposed in Joshua Oppenheimer’s extraordinary documentary, “The Act of Killing,” which has been nominated for an Academy Award. I was a couple of… Continue Reading →

Indian woman may face #deathpenalty in Indonesia

Last Updated: Thursday, January 23, 2014, 20:56    Jakarta: An Indian woman, who was arrested at Juanda International Airport in Indonesia‘s second-largest city Surabaya for carrying 1.7 kg of banned drugs in her luggage, may face the death penalty. The… Continue Reading →

South Block lectures journalists on junket etiquette #mustread

Tripti Nath , Indian journalists traveling abroad as part of media delegations with the President, Vice President and Prime Minister are notorious for their unseemly behaviour. Haggling endlessly with shopkeepers, getting into drunken brawls, complaining about food or making a… Continue Reading →

#India – Vedanta to revive lanjigarh by import from Indonesia, Tanzania, and Australia

Jayajit Dash  |  Bhubaneswar  June 19, 2013 ,BS   Imports to revive Vedanta‘s Lanjigarh refinery  After exhausting its options to source bauxite from the domestic market, Vedanta Aluminium Ltd (VAL) is mulling importing the raw material to resume operations at its Lanjigarh refinery. The one-million… Continue Reading →

#Indonesia Supreme court judge says Women enjoy being raped #WTFnews #Vaw

Thursday 17 Jan 2013 8:53 am World, metro.co.uk Muhammad Daming Sunusi (Picture: YouTube) Jakarta, Jan 17,2013 A budding supreme court judge has ignited public outrage by saying women enjoy being raped. Muhammad Daming Sunusi made the quip during a vetting session for… Continue Reading →

Asian countries act to get cheap drugs #rightohealth

SouthViews No. 37, 22 October 2012 SOUTHVIEWS is a service of the South Centre to provide opinions and analysis of topical issues from a South perspective. Visit the South Centre’s website: www.southcentre.org. Staring with Malaysia in 2003, many Asian countries are… Continue Reading →

Sexuality and freedom of speech #censorship

M. Najibur Rohman, Semarang | Thu, 05/10/2012 , The Jakarta Post The involuntary dissolution of Irshad Manji’s book launch in Salihara Cultural Center last week is representation of the tyranny of conservative groups that suppresses freedom of speech. Indeed, as… Continue Reading →

UN appeals to India to ratify global nuclear test ban treaty

7TH FEB, 2012 United Nations: UN chief Ban Ki-moon has appealed to eight countries, including India, to ratify the CTBT to bring the global nuclear test ban into force. The UN secretary general made the appeal after Indonesia became the… Continue Reading →

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