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  • Maxwell leads Australian fightback

    01 Feb 2015 : PERTH (AUSTRALIA) - A career-best one-day international score by much-maligned all-rounder Glenn Maxwell helped Australia recover from a shaky start in the tri-series final against England on Sunday.

  • Evergreen Serena hungry for more Slams

    01 Feb 2015 : MELBOURNE - With her name freshly engraved onto the Australian Open trophy, Serena Williams feels she can play on indefinitely and is intent on increasing her tally of 19 Grand Slams.

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  • 'I Fine, Thank You, Love You' reaps B29m on opening day

    11 Dec 2014 : A romantic comedy, "I Fine, Thank You, Love You", the latest film from GTH, grossed 29.17 million baht in ticket sales on its opening day - the second-highest ever for a Thai movie.

  • Australia failed to protect asylum-seekers: inquiry

    11 Dec 2014 : SYDNEY - The Australian government failed in its duty to protect asylum-seekers at a camp in Papua New Guinea where a February riot left one dead and 69 injured, said a damning parliamentary report released Thursday.

  • Google News to close in Spain due to intellectual property law

    11 Dec 2014 : NEW YORK - Google said it will shut down Google News in Spain because of a new law that will force it to pay news outlets whose content it publishes, partially or in whole.

  • Fuel pump prices down Friday

    11 Dec 2014 : PTT and Bangchak will lower pump prices by 50 satang per litre from 5am Friday for all fuels except of gasohol E85, which will go down 20 satang

  • Red-shirt DJ Tom dies in bike crash

    11 Dec 2014 : Phumjai Chaiya, a red-shirt network leader in Chiang Mai known as DJ Tom, died from his injuries after he crashed riding a big bike on a curve in Phrae province on Wednesday night.

  • 2,000 workers strike over bonuses

    11 Dec 2014 : More than 2,000 employees at a major power-cable manufacturing factory in Phitsanulok province walked out in protest against management’s decision to pay smaller year-end bonuses.

  • Christie's celebrates modernists at 2nd India auction

    11 Dec 2014 : MUMBAI - Christie's hopes to consolidate its foothold in the Indian art market Thursday with only its second sale in the country, showcasing a range of work by homegrown modern artists.

  • NZ bar manager denied bail in Myanmar over Buddha promo

    11 Dec 2014 : A Myanmar court on Thursday denied a New Zealand bar manager bail over accusations he insulted religion by using an image of the Buddha wearing headphones in a promotion for his nightspot.

  • Defence volunteer slain in Songkhla

    11 Dec 2014 : A defence volunteer was shot to death in a gun attack in Sadao district of Songkhla province Wednesday night.

  • Minister: No secret CIA torture prisons in Thailand

    11 Dec 2014 : There have been no secret jails used by the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to detain and torture suspected members of al-Qaeda or other terrorist groups in Thailand, Prime Minister's Office Minister Suwaphan Tanyuvardhana said on Thursday.

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