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11. news | 01 Apr 2013
» The prospect of jailed convicts finishing their sentences outside bars has raised scepticism among experts and the public.
12. news | 03 Apr 2013
» All trains to Chiang Mai and the North have resumed normal service after the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) repaired damaged tracks in Lampang.
13. learning | 22 Apr 2010
» The Education Ministry will kick off its "one tambon, one outstanding school" project this year with almost 2 billion baht for spending on upgrading schools in remote areas.
14. learning | 27 Apr 2012
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» The SRT governors admits 60 percent of nation's rail tracks are old and could cause more derailments like the one at Don Muang last Tuesday, but replacing them will be a long-term process.
15. learning | 19 Mar 2013
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» Soon after its launch on March 5, the new SimCity was playing like Bangkok at rush hour, with long wait times and annoying crashes. It now works, but the controversy continues over its on-line-only requirement
16. learning | 01 Feb 2013
» The abandoned Hopewell mass transit project, known as Bangkok's "Stonehenge," will be demolished to make way for the Red Line electric railway.
17. tech | 17 May 2013
» US computer giant Dell said Thursday its quarterly profit plunged 79 percent from a year ago, as a shift away from PCs hammered the company's bottom line.
18. learning | 27 Mar 2012
» Thai govt roadshow attracts investment from line-up of Korea's top companies & SMEs: electronics, electrical appliances, even solar power & electricity from garbage.
19. news | 22 Mar 2013
» Many people approve of some changes being made to the cabinet line-up, with new faces in the economic, education and security portfolios seen as most desirable, Bangkok Poll said on Friday.
20. opinion | 21 Mar 2013
» In late 1996 and early 1997, in the face of a slowing economy, deficits in the budget, trade and current accounts, and weakness in the financial system, the Bank of Thailand insisted that it was ready to go to war.