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  1. 81. lifestyle | 13 Jan 2015

    When the price is not right

    Newspaper section: Life

    » How much do you pay for a bowl of rice in a restaurant? It depends, of course, on the kind of place we're talking about, whether it's a roadside eatery or fancy restaurant in a mall. Since rice is the only dish...

  2. 82. news | 12 Jan 2015

    Progress 'being made' in tackling human trafficking

    By Online Reporters

    » Thailand has made great strides in its efforts to suppress human trafficking in the last six months, and expects the US to be more understanding, Deputy Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai told reporters on Monday.

  3. 83. news | 12 Jan 2015

    Don't reduce the EC to a rubber stamp, says Somsak

    By Mongkol Bangprapa, Newspaper section: News

    » The Election Commission (EC) should not be made a mere rubber stamp in tackling election fraud, says former deputy secretary-general Somsak Suriyamongkhon.

  4. 84. business | 12 Jan 2015

    India to put a floor under airfares

    Newspaper section: Asia focus

    » India is seriously considering setting minimum fares for low-cost airlines. But unlike Indonesia, which has decreed that prices must be no lower than 40% of what full-service airlines charge in order to ensure that no-fr...

  5. 85. lifestyle | 09 Jan 2015

    Forever young

    GURU COVER STORY

    By Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Newspaper section: Guru

    » 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...

  6. 86. news | 09 Jan 2015

    Smith trumps Bradman to fuel Aussie run chase

    By AFP

    » Steve Smith eclipsed a Don Bradman record by powering a furious Australian run chase to set a massive target for India in the final Sydney Test on Friday.

  7. 87. opinion | 09 Jan 2015

    Full-body helmets

    GURU EDITOR'S NOTE

    By Sumati Sivasiamphai, Newspaper section: Guru

    » If you've spent a lot of time in Bangkok, there are some sights that probably don't faze you anymore. Street vendors selling fried insects, ladyboys that are prettier than actual women, traffic jams stretching ...

  8. 88. news | 08 Jan 2015

    Airlines reluctant to cut fares

    aviation

    By Boonsong Kositchotethana, Newspaper section: Business

    » Although oil prices have dropped by half in recent months and continue to nosedive, don't expect to see that being translated into lower airfares, at least any time soon.

  9. 89. lifestyle | 08 Jan 2015

    Japan, by way of France and Morocco

    By Parisa Pichitmarn, Newspaper section: Life

    » For Uniqlo duds that don't look more or less the same every season, style slaves can turn to the Ines de la Fressange collection. It's much more fashionable than what is usually churned out by the Japanese trai...

  10. 90. travel | 08 Jan 2015

    Sasebo: A place to make your heart sing

    travel scrapbook

    By Pongpet Mekloy, Newspaper section: Life

    » Sasebo. Sasebo. Sasebo. I don't remember exactly how many times I read this name out loud the first time I saw it on the map. To me, it's both beautiful and funny. Try pronouncing the word in front of the mirro...

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