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61. news | 13 Nov 2013
» England face a selection headache at loosehead prop after British and Irish Lions star Alex Corbisiero was ruled out on Tuesday of Saturday's clash with world champions New Zealand because of a nagging knee injury.
62. news | 15 Nov 2013
By Bangkok Post
» The Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) has suspended the Bangkok Temple tour around historic Rattanakosin Island by bus this weekend after anti-government protests made the tour impossible.
63. news | 25 Oct 2013
» Police have arrested two men with about 3 million methamphetamine pills, in the second major drug haul in Nonthaburi province this week.
64. news | 04 Nov 2013
» A civilian was killed and a defence volunteer was injured in separate attacks in Pattani province on Monday morning, police said.
65. multimedia | 07 Nov 2013
» Anuphong Assavabhokhin is the CEO of AP Development. He spoke with The Prospect Group about how AP Development is introducing new products to the market in Bangkok, how mass transit has and will continue to impact real e...
66. learning | 26 Nov 2012
» Cyclists who are not quite brave enough for Bangkok's main streets have safer choices. A new book points the way.
67. learning | 25 Oct 2011
» Flooding throughout Bangkok might not be as bad as it as at Thammasat's University Rangsit Campus, but it seems certain to be a major headache for at least the next month.
68. learning | 07 Jul 2011
» Cyclists will ride cycles around Bangkok on "Car-free Sunday" scheduled for the next three months.
69. learning | 19 Oct 2010
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» All that water flooding upcountry areas has to go somewhere and parts of Bangkok are likely to be submerged in the coming days.
70. learning | 30 Apr 2012
» The neighbourhood pawnshop, where residents can get loans in exchange for valuables, is still doing a very good business in Bangkok.