I would like to start this article with a fundamental question: Why do we organize regional head elections? The answer is very simple.
The higher education world in Indonesia is shifting. Whether we like it or not, we are forced to change our educational system. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to implement long-distance learning.
In modern society, what is referred to as the state has three main pillars that stand side by side and strengthen one another. These pillars are the government, corporations and civil society.
The passing of Jakob Oetama has left various impressions, praises and memories. Besides all the reminiscences, an absorbing story is still overlooked, which is about Jakob Oetama as a man of faith.
Indonesia is able to produce fuel from palm oil that can completely replace diesel (B100).
The national economy in the second quarter of 2020 contracted 5.32 percent year-on-year (yoy), which in itself is not considered to an indicator of a recession.
The debt problem has always been a public concern and has made the government a target since the New Order era and on up to the present.
The virtual universe is busy with discussion regarding losses suffered by state oil and gas company Pertamina, worth Rp 11.13 trillion in the first half of 2020.
In a Covid-19 pandemic situation that requires the expertise and solidity of doctors, the Indonesian Medical Council or KKI is at a crossroads.
The angel of death has been working harder than ever in 2020. An excess of 850,000 deaths has been recorded during the Covid-19 pandemic, on top of the 56 million deaths expected in a “normal” year.