Mr Joko garnered 70.6 million votes, a clear 8.3 million more than his rival's 62.3 million. -ST
President-elect Joko Widodo travelled across the capital to take time out and meet residents at a reservoir in North Jakarta. -ST
LOSING presidential candidate Prabowo Subianto, instead of conceding defeat yesterday, slammed the country's "flawed" and "undemocratic" election. -ST
Under the interim Charter, which contains 48 articles, a new 220-member Parliament will be set up alongside an interim government. -ST
The annual fair promotes trade and investment between China and ASEAN. -ST
Landmark pact to help develop Nepal's huge hydro-electric power potential. -Reuters
Growth in India expected to accelerate into 2015; China is held back in part by slowing property market. -Reuters
Ms Yingluck departed from Thailand to start a junta-endorsed vacation in Europe which would last for about 20 days. -AFP
Muslim Rohingya community who relied on international aid for basic health care services said they have all but disappeared. -Reuters
Incident was the latest in a string of reported attacks against children. -AFP