40 articles.
Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Takamatsu wins Epson Cup JAKARTA (JP): Atsushi Takamatsu of Japan emerged the winner of the Rp 270 million JJGF Open Golf Championships 2000 - Epson Cup which closed on a sour note as most of the field failed to par on Sunday.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Premier sues Conoco, Gulf over KL gas supply JAKARTA (JP): British oil and gas company Premier Oil has filed an arbitration suit against American oil and gas company Conoco Inc.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Ex-economic ministers attack IMF role in Indonesia JAKARTA (JP): Former coordinating minister for economy, finance and industry Kwik Kian Gie and former minister of finance Fuad Bawazier have attacked the International Monetary Fund's role in fixing the country's economy because, they said, it ...
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Where to go in Jakarta:Exhibitions * Painting Exhibition An Ideology in Color and Expression at Loteng Gallery, Jl. Prapanca Raya no. 26, South Jakarta, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., until Oct. 15. * Comics Exhibition by Popok Tri Wahyudi, at Lontar Gallery, Jl. Utan Kayu No.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Bank Niaga launches new debit card JAKARTA (JP): Visa International and publicly listed Bank Niaga launched on Saturday the Kartu Niaga Visa Electron debit card, giving the benefit of the Visa network to Bank Niaga's 400,000 ATM cardholders.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

VP advises Irianese to rethink freedom calls JAKARTA (JP): Vice President Megawati Soekarnoputri called on Irianese people on Sunday to reconsider their calls for independence, saying they should learn from "the East Timor experience".
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

TV todayTVRI 5:00 a.m. Religious Teachings 6:00 News 8:00 Children's Songs 8:30 Music 9:00 Interval 2:00 p.m.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Order your own giant posters through the WebBy Zatni Arbi SINGAPORE (JP): In the past, creating a background decoration for a stage was a tedious job. During my high school years, for example, it took a team of five to six students working for days to complete the decorations.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Budhist parade brings Tangerang into a standstill TANGERANG (JP): Thousands of Tangerang residents observed on Sunday the 12-yearly procession of the Chinese Supreme Goddess Awalokiteswara, or Kwan Im, a festival where Buddhists express their gratitude to the Goddess.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Australia might be behind Atambua: Mahfud YOGYAKARTA (JP): Minister of Defense Mahfud MD said here on Saturday that he agreed with the deputy chairman of Commission I of the House of Representatives that Australia might be behind the mayhem in Atambua last week.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Solidarity is vital in facing acts of terrorism Following a number of bombings in the capital, Cornelis Lay, who teaches politics at the Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, shares his views on the acts of terrorism.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

KPEI has new president JAKARTA (JP): Shareholders of PT Kliring Penjaminan Effek Indonesia (KPEI) have elected Tubagus Muhamad Hasjim as the president of the securities clearing and settlement agency until 2003.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Abducted police officer found dead in Bireuen BANDA ACEH, Aceh (JP): A police officer from Jeumpa station who had gone missing since last Monday was found dead on Sunday morning, dumped at an intersection in Cot Gapu village, Bireuen regency."Pvt. Sofyan A.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Three bodies found in rivers JAKARTA (JP): Two bodies clutching to each other were found on Friday on the banks of the Citarum river in Bekasi, east of here.The as yet unidentified bodies were found by students who were passing by the location near Singkil village, Muara Gembong, at 9 a.m.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Combating GSM prepaid card theft with SMS alertBy Lim Tri Santosa BANDUNG (JP): "For all that is good, there is an evil," is a saying that has probably grown more familiar to each of us over the years.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

PT Askes should be liquidated: Hospitals JAKARTA (JP): A one-day discussion suggested here on Saturday that the state health insurance company PT Askes be liquidated or merged with other insurance firms for its failure to perform well up to now.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Local research needed for transgenic plants State Minister for Environment Sonny Keraf last week reported that the agreement between the government and American-based agrochemical and seed company Monsanto on the agribusiness project in South Sulawesi using transgenic cotton seeds had ...
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

YLKI strives to boost people's participation JAKARTA (JP): In an attempt to cope with rapid development and abundant consumer-related cases, the Indonesian Consumers Foundation (YLKI) plans to establish a network to boost people's participation by the time the Consumer Protection Law ...
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Curbing school violence As I am led to believe, violence between schools in Indonesia has been an ongoing enigma for a long time.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Firms told to negotiate power rates with PLN JAKARTA (JP): As some industrial associations continue to oppose the power rates, the government encouraged firms to individually negotiate discount rates with state owned power company PT PLN.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Training youths to be shoemakers TANGERANG (JP): With a Rp 50 million (US$5,620) fund from the 2000 budget, the Tangerang Municipality is training 20 youths from the slum area of Kampung Sawah, Pakojan subdistrict, Cipondoh, to make shoes and sandals.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Lisa silences critics with bronze JAKARTA (JP): Indonesian weightlifter Lisa Rumbewas silenced critics and doubts on her participation in the Olympics following her controversial selection last month, with a bronze medal.Lisa, competing in the 48 kilograms division, managed to lift a total of 185.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Official globe-trotting Thank heavens the media was able to publicize and prevent, at least temporarily, the planned overseas junket of ninety members of the People's Consultative Assembly (MPR) for the ostensible purpose of presenting their programs to approximately two million Indonesians ...
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Woman shot while riding motorcycle JAKARTA (JP): A woman was shot on her buttocks by an unidentified person in front of the Gadjah Mada Plaza on Jl. Gadjah Mada in Central Jakarta at 2 a.m. on Sunday.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Pick of the FlicksHollywood KC: Big Momma's House 14:15 16:55 19:05 21:15 Road Trip 14:55 17:35 19:45 21:55 Joan of Arc 14:15 17:15 20:15 Final Destination 14:55 17:35 19:45 21:55 Any Given Sunday ...
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Bengkulu forest chief lost in jungle BENGKULU: The head of the provincial Agriculture and Forestry Office and his entourage are missing. They are believed lost somewhere in a forest in North Bengkulu.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Siemens targets 3rd position in mobile phone marketBy Hendarsyah Tarmizi VENICE, Italy (JP): After success with its WAP-enabled handsets, German mobile phone supplier Siemens will soon enter the market with a more stylish model in another move to lift the company's position into the third largest ...
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

JSX building set to reopen on Monday JAKARTA (JP): Closed since Thursday, the Jakarta Stock Exchange (JSX) building will be ready to reopen on Monday.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Balance yourself for better spiritual energyBy Tishy Bruce JAKARTA (JP): July and the beginning of August was a time when Indonesia was at a crucial point in its history: could it maintain its equilibrium or would it over-balance into economic and political chaos?Indonesia reached some of its ...
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Government warned of dangers of drugs, unemployment JAKARTA (JP): Indonesia will remain in a "stateless-like condition" due to stagnant reforms in all fields, political observers and activists say.John N.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Medan bomb witness shot MEDAN, North Sumatra: A man who reportedly witnessed a mysterious blast in a local church here in August is in a critical condition after being shot by two unidentified gunmen on Sunday.Medan Police chief Sr. Supt.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Judge vows objectivity when trying Bob Hasan graft case JAKARTA (JP): Central Jakarta District Court chief Subardi said on Friday that despite the media attention, he would remain objective when handling the multimillion dollar graft trial of timber tycoon Muhamad "Bob" Hasan.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Gus Dur orders Soeharto's guards to be disarmed JAKARTA (JP): After ordering the arrest of former president Soeharto's son two days ago, President Abdurrahman Wahid launched another verbal attack on him on Sunday and ordered his personal bodyguards to be disarmed.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Do not insult our intelligence An intention by 90 members of the People's Consultative Assembly to conduct an overseas trip to familiarize the results of the Annual Session has left me speechless.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Italy to join oil conference JAKARTA (JP): The Italian Trade Commission will join the Indonesian International Oil, Gas and Energy Conference and Exhibition (IIOGE), which will be held here from Sept. 19 through Sept. 22.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Police question six youths SURABAYA: Police have questioned six people for trespassing in the grounds of the United States Consulate General here.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

IM Texmaco comes back to beat Dwidasa Mitra JAKARTA (JP): After a poor start, Indonesia Muda Texmaco (IM) regained their form to beat league newcomer Dwidasa Mitra 92-75 on Sunday in the third leg of the 2000 Nuvo Kobatama national basketball league.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Indonesia's badminton doubles reach Olympics quarters JAKARTA (JP): Top seeds Candra Wijaya and Tony Gunawan led the three Indonesian men's doubles pairs to the quarterfinals of the Olympic badminton event in Sydney on Sunday.
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Telkom offers compromise to foreign partners JAKARTA (JP): State telecoms company PT Telkom is willing to offer concessions to its five foreign partners in the Joint Cooperation Scheme (KSO) in a bid to save their five-year-old business deal, a company official said."We're willing to compromise...
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Mon, 18 Sep 2000

Cohen arrives to press govt over militias in West Timor JAKARTA (JP): United States Defense Secretary William Cohen arrived here on Sunday evening for meetings with top Indonesian officials in which he is expected to press the government to take firm action against militias operating in West ...
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