Sat, 12 Mar 2005

From: Jawawa

*U.S. warns of possible attack in Jakarta Page 3 *House to meet Susilo on Monday over fuel protests Page 4 *Tobacco the lifeblood of Kediri economy Page 5 *Fuel price hike: Is it truly for the sake of the poor? Page 7 *Council okays bylaw on Betawi village Page 8 *Kasparov, world's No. 1 chess player, calls it quits Page 9 *Iran govt wants diplomatic solution to nuclear issue Page 11 *Govt to establish trade negotiation team Page 13 *IEA raises 2005 global oil demand Page 14 *Kotagede returns to its past glories Page 17 *Slowly but surely, Mandarin becomes 2nd foreign language Page 19