The Jakarta Post Special Supplement on Indian Community in Indonesia


In the commemoration of the 68th Republic Day of India, The Jakarta Post featured 16 pages of Indian Community supplement on Thursday, 26th January 2017.

The articles are shared with the kind permission of The Jakarta Post.

Read the full articles here:







Indians in Indonesia: What Do You Know about Them? 

By Veramalla Anjalah

Indian community is well-respected and well-integrated into local society… Interview of Nengcha Lhouvum by TJP editorial staff

India: My birthplace,  Indonesia’s mother culture, by Julia Suryakusuma


Holistic education aimed at shaping great characters

Indians in Indonesia: A pinch of sugar by Poonam Sagar

International Day of Yoga in Jakarta

Enthusiasm remains high among Indians in Medan by Apriadi Gunawan

Indian citizens feel at home in Surabaya by Wahyoe Budiwardhana


India’s remarkable economic resilience set to continue by Amol Titus

TEMA India explores opportunities in Indonesia, interview of Haresh Sippy by TJP

Constant innovations lead to growth for Godrej Indonesia

Transforming India through educating girls by Vikas Khanna

Indonesians still crazy for Bollywood movies by Prasiddha Gustanto

Mahabharata, Javanese stories, by Riyadi Suparno

Asian start-up revolution by Abha Maryada Benerjee

Aditya Birla Group: Growing together with Indonesia, its people and environment

Krishna Kumar Agrawal: Keeping customers loyal crucial to business growth by Sudibyo M. Wiradji & Veeramalla Anjalah

RI, India responsible for Indian Ocean maritime security, by Premeesha Saha

Discovering Indian cuisine in Jakarta

LuLu sets new retailing benchmark in Indonesia

The commerce of culture between India and Indonesia

India: A premier healthcare destination

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