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41. news | 18 Dec 2014
» The pubic overwhelmingly supports a fresh government attempt to tax tutorial schools, a Nida poll released Thursday showed.
42. opinion | 12 Dec 2014
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» Re: "Poll for PM invites chaos", (Editorial, Dec 10).
43. learning | 16 May 2014
» Acting government caretaker leaders began their meeting with election commissioners yesterday but all made a hasty exit when protesters arrived, throwing plans for a July 20 poll into disarrary.
44. learning | 03 Feb 2014
Feb 2 general election
» The February 2 general election was free of major violence, but many polling stations could not open and turnout was low at those that could. Now legal challenges have put the poll in doubt. (Includes yesterday's li...
45. learning | 20 Oct 2011
» Time is running short as the ICT minister details the latest plan to save the most populated part of the city, but the Bangkok governor has doubts.
46. learning | 06 Jun 2014
» Bangkok street artists, once rejected, now show their work in art shows, get commissions to paint hotel interiors & do brand name product designs.
47. learning | 06 Nov 2014
People in the news
» Here is the story of how 63-year-old Sa-ing Harnpakhon became the country’s most beloved uncle after running 550km from the northern province of Phrae to Siriraj Hospital in Bangkok to wish His Majesty the King a speedy ...
48. learning | 06 May 2011
Words in the news
» to walk or move in an unsteady way; to hit your foot against something while you are walking or running and almost fall สะดุด, เดินสะดุด
49. learning | 24 Aug 2010
Teaching with HEART
» Experience tells us that as students get older, their parents and teachers gradually let go of them and expect them to soon fend for themselves. While this is necessary to prepare students for independent thinking and li...
50. news | 10 Dec 2014
» LIMA - UN chief Ban Ki-moon urged nations Tuesday to seize a shrinking opportunity to tame global warming as ministers negotiated for a new world pact to slash soaring greenhouse gas emissions.