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61. news | 06 Apr 2013
» Malaysia's premier Najib Razak unveiled a manifesto on Saturday pledging bigger cash handouts, millions of new jobs and lower taxes and crime, as he seeks his first mandate in looming national polls.
62. news | 08 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: Sports
» Willsmere Wanderers from Australia remain the only unbeaten side in the Masters division after two days of competition at the annual Bangkok Post-Hua Hin Cricket Sixes, while the local favourites Thai Masters did enough ...
63. lifestyle | 13 May 2013
» Born in the Big Apple during the Great Depression, I learned a lesson I never forgot: Have nothing to do with the stock market. (My father bought war bonds in WWII). The US _ the world _ economy tanked in 1929 for a doz...
64. news | 09 May 2013
» A Pakistani prisoner who was savagely beaten in an Indian jail in an apparent tit-for-tat assault died on Thursday, prompting Islamabad to demand an international probe into the "heinous" crime.
65. news | 07 May 2013
» Police might close checkpoints on some roads in Bangkok if they receive too many complaints they are adding to the congestion on the capital's roads, the Traffic Police Division chief said on Tuesday.
66. news | 20 May 2013
» Oscar winner Marion Cotillard and her partner, French actor and director Guillaume Canet, teamed up for the all-star "Blood Ties" premiering Monday in Cannes but faced audiences' stony silence after high hopes for th...
67. news | 05 Apr 2013
» Pep Guardiola's first game as Bayern Munich coach is set to be a benefit friendly at cash-strapped side Hansa Rostock, the German third division side announced on Thursday.
68. news | 31 Mar 2013
Newspaper section: Spectrum
» Bangkok's Klong Toey district is not the first place most foreigners think of when considering a trip to Thailand. But for one Australian family, the slum community that's regarded by locals as a hotbed of crime ...
69. news | 15 May 2013
Newspaper section: News
» The illegal logging of phayung, or Siamese rosewood, in Thailand's protected forests has become a crime involving lawbreakers from several countries. Demand from China is on the rise, and loggers from Cambodia and La...
70. tech | 05 Apr 2013
» "Star Wars" studio Lucasfilm is laying off all but a few staff at its video games division LucasArts, and canceling two projects it was working on, the company said Wednesday.