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61. news | 27 Nov 2013
» Anti-government demonstrators on Wednesday demanded the ouster of Department of Special Investigation (DSI) chief Tarit Pengdith.
62. learning | 30 Aug 2013
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» With no trains running in Cha-uat, many people who work at or near the train station have nothing to do. So what do they do?
63. learning | 15 Dec 2011
» Bangkok Post travel editor Pongpet Mekloy takes us on a night bicycle ride through a cool and scenic Bangkok – the perfect time of year to get out and about.
64. news | 30 Nov 2013
» Premier League chief executive Richard Scudamore on Saturday urged anyone with information about match-fixing in the English top flight to report the matter to police.
65. news | 11 Nov 2013
» International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde said that Venezuela's economy appears stressed and that the country likely will face "difficult policy choices" soon.
66. news | 25 Oct 2013
» A former CIA and National Security Agency chief was overheard criticizing President Barack Obama's administration in what he thought was an anonymous interview, which instead ended up on Twitter.
67. news | 10 Dec 2013
» Labour Minister Chalerm Yubamrung on Tuesday called for Bangkok police chief Kamronwit Thoopkrachang to arrest anti-government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban on insurrection charges within 48 hours.
68. opinion | 12 Nov 2013
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» On Tuesday night in Geneva, governments of the world will choose the four replacement nations to serve on the UN Human Rights Council. The 47 members of the core council rotate seats, with each member serving for three y...
69. lifestyle | 31 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» It's time to challenge your running prowess while having a good laugh in the mud with your teammates.
70. learning | 24 Mar 2011
» Army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha has apologised for the army's "lack of understanding and care" that led to large numbers of deaths in the Tak Bai and Krue Se crackdowns in 2004.