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51. multimedia | 10 Jan 2015
» Children across the country enjoy activities on the Children's Day on Jan 10, 2015. Well, almost everyone.
52. news | 09 Jan 2015
» PESHAWAR (PAKISTAN) - Schools in the restive northwestern Pakistani province of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa will re-open on Monday, an official said, after an extended break following a brutal Taliban assault which killed 150 peo...
53. news | 09 Jan 2015
» Thai and Chinese authorities will discuss the construction of the country's first standard-gauge railway from Jan 20-22 and the two routes from Nong Khai to Rayong and Bangkok should be completed by 2017, Transport ...
54. lifestyle | 09 Jan 2015
GURU COVER STORY
» Tomorrow (Jan 10) is Thai Children’s Day and we big kids at Guru think you should never forget your inner child. You can feel like a kid all year round, actually. No, we don’t mean sucking your thumb while no one is watc...
55. multimedia | 09 Jan 2015
» Former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra at the National Legislative Assembly and Chinese star Wei Tang in Hollywood were featured events on Jan 9, 2015.
56. opinion | 09 Jan 2015
» I see the NBTC has been successful in getting mobile operators (BP, Jan 8) to finally accept per-second pricing. Now, how about doing something about SIM card validity?
57. lifestyle | 09 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: Life
» Bangkok will play host to its first visiting Michelin-starred chef of 2015, when Eric Pras of the three Michelin-starred Maison Lameloise in Burgundy, France, takes a six-day residency at the Mandarin Oriental, Bangkok...
58. lifestyle | 09 Jan 2015
» Tokin Teekanun is a man that wears many hats. He makes films, directs music videos and plays in a band called Triggs & The Longest Day. Apart from that, the 32-year-old runs left-field music fests Stone Free and Keep On ...
59. multimedia | 07 Jan 2015
» The rising SET and the singing chancellor were featured events on Jan 7, 2015.
60. opinion | 07 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: News
» Mr Schertzer (Re: “Foreigners to blame”, PostBag, Jan 3) takes a lot of flak for his allegedly outrageous claim that sex tourism harms Thailand.