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Many Indonesians would recognize the name Texmaco but not Ispat Indo. Both are Indian companies, each with different fates, and between them they represent the wide range of Indian businesses in Indonesia. Texmaco is a business group that still has massive debts following the monetary crisis. One of its subsidiaries, Polysindo Eka Perkasa, has been declared bankrupt by the commercial court.



Many Indonesians would recognize the name Texmaco but not Ispat Indo. Both are Indian companies, each with different fates, and between them they represent the wide range of Indian businesses in Indonesia. Texmaco is a business group that still has massive debts following the monetary crisis. One of its subsidiaries, Polysindo Eka Perkasa, has recently been declared bankrupt by the commercial cour (...)



A sixty-year-old man of Indian descent sat behind the counter of his textile store in Pasar Baru, a 184-year-old market complex in Central Jakarta, waiting for customers to pay for the cloth they had selected. "Actually, I don't like it if people see me as an Indian. I'm an Indonesian. I've been living in Indonesia since I was 11 years old, and now Jakarta is my home," said Dedy, who always greets (...)



Yogyakarta-born businessman Gunawan nodded his head in appreciation while watching a puppet show at the Taman Mini Indonesia in Miniature Park in East Jakarta on Saturday night. During the show, Manteb Sudarsono, one of Indonesia's foremost puppet masters, put on the Wahyu Makutoromo - which contains teachings on good and clean governance and is a sequel to the Mahabrata epic. Forty-ye (...)



Modern-day Indian culture is a complex phenomenon, not easily understood or appreciated, even by academics or students. There are many reasons for this complexity. First, Indian culture as we know it today, is not merely a product of the 20th Century but of a multitude of strands woven through millennia to create a rich and intricate tapestry. The culture began 4,000 years ago, in what (...)



India has a very rich tradition of classical dance. The oldest surviving text on stagecraft, the Natya Shastra, tells us that in the ancient days of the theater, dancers would mime the story while vocalists would sing the dialog, all to the accompaniment of music. It was the dancers who occupied a central position. For many centuries they were attached to the temples. This imparted a strong religi (...)

    
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