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61. learning | 11 Jun 2011
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» Having left Guru magazine, the Bangkok Post's Arglit Boonyai is creating a place for himself in the new media online. Our student reporters, Sam and Jessy, get the details.
62. learning | 11 Feb 2012
» Friday night's gala dinner at Government House yielded some impressive pictures of apparent reconciliation, but political observers are not convinced it's the real thing. Photos by Chanat Katanyu.
63. news | 22 Oct 2013
» There will be no meeting of the House of Representatives on Wednesday and Thursday, to allow MPs to visit flood-hit people in their home constituencies.
64. lifestyle | 02 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» Every Sunday before Christmas on December 1,8,15 and 22 at basil, enjoy memorable moments with your children at our fun-filled Gingerbread House Workshop from 12:00 - 15:00 hours. Our talented pastry chefs will help you...
65. learning | 31 May 2012
» No punches were thrown, but there was plenty of scuffling as Democrat MPs tried to force the House Speaker out of his seat and Pheu Thai MPs tried to keep him there. The issue: National Unity.
66. news | 12 Oct 2013
» The White House and Republicans painstakingly edged toward a deal to stave off a disastrous US debt default and end a partial government shutdown now sure to hit the two-week mark.
67. news | 29 Nov 2013
» A group of academics, led by well-known historians Nidhi Eoseewong and Charnvit Kasetsiri, has called on the government to hold a referendum on a complete rewrite of the charter and to dissolve the House.
68. learning | 14 Jan 2013
Easy English news
» Children's Day was fun for most, but not for Chutima Pleanwong and her two young sons who were injured at Government House when strong winds blew down a billboard.
69. news | 22 Nov 2013
» Seven alleged members of the Runda Kumpulan Kecil (RKK) militant group were arrested when security officers raided a house in Narathiwat's Rueso district yesterday.
70. opinion | 31 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: News
» There seems to be nothing stopping the ruling Pheu Thai Party ramming the blanket amnesty bill through the second and final readings of the House today or tomorrow. The timing depends on how quickly House Speaker Somsak ...