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The Ulema Council, Majelis Ulama Indonesia (MUI), says female circumcision is necessary for Muslims.
Members of the Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) are threatening to boycott television, unless they get their way on the gossip show issue.
The Broadcasting Commission is examining the question of "porno" on cable television channels.
Concerns over the influx of Javanese immigrants into Bali and the effect of this on the unique Balinese culture.
The owners of warnets, or internet cafes, will be required to take down the identity card details of warnet users, a new law says.
The standard of education in Indonesia comes in for some criticism.
The government plans to revise the freedom to demonstrate law, in an effort to reduce instances of mob violence.
Lombok Muslims keep up the pressure on deviant Islamic sects as the homes of Salafiyah members are attacked in the west of the island.
A journalist was refused a visa because he is Israeli.
Agni Pratistha wins the 2006 Putri Indonesia contest.
Human rights violations in Papua have increased in recent times, says one observer.
A survey says over a third of Indonesian Muslims desire an Islamic state, while half don't, among other things.
The pain felt by the Palestinians is spreading across the world like a virus, Antara tells us.
Sexy dancer Inul Daratista is not welcome in the righteous town of Mataram, in Lombok.
Hasyim Muzadi warns the Islamic faithful to be on guard against weird religious teachings.
The denizens of "Dolly", the red light district in Surabaya, East Java, are spreading the safe sex message.
The Partai Kebangkitan Bangsa (PKB) seeks to broaden its base, IPO style.
The PDI Perjuangan sees itself as defender of the interests of the little people, or wong cilik.
The PKS has won positions in about 60% of elections for regional heads of government in recent years.