Articles tagged under: Indonesia

Live: Ramayana Ballet performance by 40 Indonesian Muslim artists in Gujarat

September 30, 2017

Ahmedabad: A team of 40 Indonesian Muslim artists are playing Ramayan ballet at city's Deendayal Auditorium. Indonesia is Muslim majority country but the tradition of Ramayana is thanks to Hindu influence since 9th century. Speaking in this function, Indonesian consulate to India said, one can easily find a person whose initial name is Muslim but middle name is Hindu. Women would wear Hijan in public but they would remove it when playing a role in Ramayana play in Indonesia. Read More

Direct air connectivity between Mumbai – Jakarta begins

December 12, 2016
Direct air connectivity between Mumbai – Jakarta begins

New Delhi: The Indonesian flag carrier, Garuda Indonesia, is all set to provide direct air connectivity to India with the launch of a flight service from country's capital Jakarta to Mumbai from this evening. The non-stop maiden flight from the Indonesia's capital city, Jakarta, is expected to touch down at Mumbai's Chhtrapati Shivaji International Airport at 2030 hours, according to a Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) official. Garuda Indonesia, which is a part of the global air...Read More

Recent pact with Indonesia may help India get Chhota Rajan

October 26, 2015

New Delhi A recently-signed pact with Indonesia may come in handy for India to bring back arrested underworld don Chhota Rajan as the agreement allows deportation of criminals on either side based on a court warrant. The pact was signed and notified by India and Indonesia in August this year for deportation of each other's wanted persons and cooperate in all criminal matters, including gathering evidence. "..arrangements have been made by the central government with the government of th...Read More

Chhota Rajan arrested in Indonesia on CBI’s request

October 26, 2015

New Delhi Bali Police has arrested criminal Chhota Rajan wanted in India yesterday at Central Bureau of Investigation(CBI)'s request made through Interpol, said CBI Director Anil Sinha today. Home Minister Shri Rajnath Singh also confirmed Rajan's arrest later. He said, we have captured Chhota Rajan; process of identification & further verification are on. A photo presented here is supplied to media by NCB-Interpol Indonesia. Read More

PM unable to attend Bandung meet; writes to Indonesian president

April 15, 2015

New Delhi Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not attend the Bandung Conference of Asian and African countries in Jakarta later this month and has deputed External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on his behalf. He has written to Indonesian President Joko Widodo expressing his regrets for not being able to attend the meet on April 24. In the letter, which was delivered yesterday by Secretary in the External Affairs Ministry, Anil Wadhwa, the Prime Minister also invited Widodo to visit India...Read More

Indonesian firm Inbisco to set up Rs 1000 crore food product plant in Sanand, MoU signed with Gujarat govt in presence of Modi

January 11, 2012

Gandhinagar, 11 January 2012 Indonesia's world-famous food product company Inbisco has signed Memorandum of Understanding(MoU) with Gujarat government's Industrial Extension Burea(Indext-B) to set up a food product manufacturing plant in Gujarat's Sanand with an investment of Rs 1000 crore. Inbisco, an arm of Indonesian food giant Mayora Group has taken a decision to set up a food product project in Sanand GIDC estate on over 85,000 square meter land. In presence of Gujarat...Read More

Hindu University in Muslim Indonesia makes Modi impressed(Video)

September 09, 2011

Jamnagar, 9 September, 2011 Inaugurating the newly-built Rs 22.30 crore Postgraduate Education and Research Complex of Gujarat Ayurveda University (GAU) at Jamnagar today Chief Minister Narendra Modi called upon Ayurveda medicos to be committed for regaining the lost shine of Ayurvedic system. On the inaugural function GAU signed MOU with Indonesia’s Hindu University, middle-east’s Emirate Gulf Medical University and Somnath Sanskrit University for the education, research a...Read More

Indonesians lay down on rail track to cure illness(Video)

August 19, 2011

Indonesia, August, 2011 Indonesians who can't afford conventional medical care for hypertension, diabetes, rheumatism, gout, obesity and high cholesterol, easing aches and pains bank on the therapeutic effect of lying down on train tracks. They say the mild current that passes through their bodies when they lie across the track, makes pain go away and eases the symptoms of a range of conditions from rheumatism to diabetes. One particular track in western Jakarta has become ...Read More