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Indonesia`s Aviation Manufacturer Secures Orders to Build 100 N219 Aircraft

14 Agustus 2014

N-219 light lift aircraft (photo : Inilah)

Jakarta (ANTARA News) – The Indonesian aviation manufacturing company PT DI has received orders for the production of 100 N219 aircraft, Research and Technology Minister Gusti Muhammad Hatta stated. 236 more words


Myanmar Navy and Indonesia's PT PAL in LPD talks

24 Juli 2014

PAL LPD 125 (photo : PAL)

The Myanmar Navy (MN) and Indonesian naval shipbuilder PT PAL are in talks over the MN’s potential purchase of landing platform docks (LPDs) to bolster sealift and amphibious capabilities, IHS Jane’s understands. 89 more words


Indonesia's PT PAL Signs Contract to Supply Strategic Sealift Vessels to the Philippines

18 Juli 2014

Indonesian shipbuilder PT PAL has signed a contract to supply two strategic sealift vessels (SSVs) to the Philippine Navy (PN). (image : Defense Studies) 94 more words


Helvy Di Singapore Writers Festival 2014

Hari ini, 9 Juli 2014, Helvy mendapat undangan untuk mengikuti Singapore Writers Festival (SWF) 2014 yang akan diselenggarakan 31 Oktober-9 November nanti. Ini adalah undangan kedua buat Helvy setelah undangan yang sama tahun 2003, dimana pada tahun tersebut ia juga diminta menjadi salah satu Juri untuk Singapore Golden Point Awards. 52 more words


Ariani Nisma Putri, a Young and Gifted Singer

I don’t usually post a video but I think this inspiring, worth-sharing video is exceptional. I stumbled upon this video while browsing for an article. Her name is Ariani Nisma Putri. 111 more words

Details of Indonesia's New Stealthy Missile Patrol Craft Revealed

15 April 2014

PT Lundin Klewang class FAC-M (photo : Audrey)

The Indonesian Navy’s (TNI-AL’s) new 63 m Klewang-class missile patrol craft will feature radar with wider coverage, missiles with longer range and a hull made from a new composite material. 89 more words


` Indonesian Islamic Clerics issue `Fatwa ' against illegal hunting and trade in endangered animals'

#AceWorldNews says that Indonesia’s Islamic clerics have issued a religious fatwa against the illegal hunting and trade in endangered animals in the country.

The fatwa by the Indonesian Ulema Council declares such activities “unethical, immoral and sinful,” council official Asrorun Ni’am Sholeh told AFP. 39 more words

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