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Most Populous Muslim Country Indonesia Urges Taliban To Respect Women Rights

Sep 09, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

Indonesia has urged Taliban not to allow Afghanistan become a breeding ground for extremist activities.

Indonesia's Army Stops 'Virginity Tests On Female Recruits

Aug 13, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

Army Chief of Staff Gen. Andika Perkasa said the army will no longer subject women to invasive tests in which the inspectors used their fingers to assess whether the hymen was intact.


Indonesia's Most volatile Volcano Mount Merapi Erupts On Densely Populated Java Island

Mount Merapi unleashed clouds of hot ash at least seven times since Sunday morning, as well as a series of fast-moving pyroclastic flows, a mixture of rock, debris, lava and gasses.

Indonesia Says Lost Submarine’s 53 Crew Members Dead, Wreckage Found

Apr 25, 2021 Associated Press (AP)

The grim announcement comes a day after Indonesia said the submarine was considered sunk, not merely missing, but did not explicitly say whether the crew was dead.


Indonesia Declares Lost Submarine Sunk, Bodies Of Crew Yet To Be Recovered

Indonesian military chief Hadi Tjahjanto said the presence of an oil slick near the site where the submarine last dove Wednesday off the island of Bali was clear proof that the KRI Nanggala 402 had sunk.

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23 April, 2021

Worries Grow About Indonesian Sub's Crew As Oxygen Dwindles

Associated Press (AP)

The KRI Nanggala 402 went missing after its last reported dive Wednesday off the resort island, and concern is mounting the submarine may have sunk too deep to reach or recover.


21 April, 2021

Indonesian Military On The Lookout For ‘Missing’ Submarine

Associated Press (AP)

According to the Indonesian military 53 people are onboard the submarine


11 April, 2021

Indonesia Earthquake: Death Toll Rises To Eight, More Than 1,300 Houses Damaged

Associated Press (AP)

An earthquake measuring 6.0 on the Richter scale, struck Java on Saturday


10 April, 2021

7 Killed, 2 Injured In Indonesia's Earthquake; No Tsunami Risk

Associated Press (AP)

The quake shook the tourist hotspot of Bali and damaged more than 300 buildings on Indonesia's main island, Java


10 April, 2021

Man In Indonesia Almost Married Wrong Woman Because Of Google Maps

Outlook Web Bureau

Coincidentally, the real groom was also late to the party as he and his family had to stop midway to look for a toilet


08 April, 2021

Groom Wears Shorts To His Wedding, Here's Why

Outlook Web Bureau

The bride, however, can be seen dressed in traditional Javanese wedding attire.


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05 April, 2021

Torrential Rains, Landslides Kill 55 In Indonesia, Dozens Missing

Associated Press (AP)

Relief efforts were hampered by power cuts, blocked roads covered in thick mud and debris as well as the remoteness of the area on an island surrounded by choppy seas and high waves.


28 March, 2021

Indonesia: Suicide Bomber Attacks Church On Sulawesi Island; Nine Injured

Associated Press (AP)

The attack occurred outside a packed Roman Catholic cathedral on Indonesia's Sulawesi island during a Palm Sunday Mass, officials said


15 February, 2021

Torrential Rains In Indonesia Trigger Landslide; 2 Dead, 16 Missing

Associated Press (AP)

Hundreds of rescuers, including soldiers, police and volunteers, took part in the search for the missing in the village of Selopuro in East Java's Nganjuk district


10 February, 2021

Magnitude 6.2 Undersea Earthquake Strikes Indonesia

Associated Press (AP)

No casualties have been reported so far, officials said


27 January, 2021

Indonesia’s Most Active Volcano Erupts, Hundreds Evacuated

Associated Press (AP)

Indonesia’s Mount Merapi erupted on Wednesday. No casualties have been reported so far, officials said


24 January, 2021

Indonesia: Russian Social Media Star Sergei Kosenko To Be Deported For Hosting A Party

Associated Press (AP)

The move comes after Sergei Kosenko flouted Indonesia’s Covid-19 protocols and threw a party in Bali for more than 50 people


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18 January, 2021

Death Toll Reaches 81 In Indonesia Earthquake, Aid Effort Intensifies In Mamuju-Majene

Associated Press (AP)

The disaster agency informed that the evacuees are in dire need of basic necessities like blankets, mats, tents, baby food and medical services


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Members of the Muslim community conduct Friday prayers in an open site amid heavy police presence, during protests by residents and members of various pro-Hindu organisations, at Sector 12 area, in Gurugram.

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Bihar Governor Fagu Chauhan presents a memonto to President Ram Nath Kovind at Raj Bhawan, in Patna.

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A worker arranges lanterns at a shop ahead of the Diwali festival, in Thane.

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A security person stands guard near the venue of Union Home Minister Amit Shah's scheduled public meeting, in Jammu.

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Workers weigh groundnut at Khetiwadi Utpann Bazar Samiti yard at Bedi in Rajkot.

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