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101. learning | 04 Dec 2013
» How did the conflict shift abruptly from tear gas, rubber bullets and other projectiles to hugs and rose-giving? Some of the answers are starting to emerge.
102. learning | 06 Apr 2013
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» Air conditioners stayed on throughout the day yesterday, a good thing because temperatures throughout much of Thailand reached into the 40's.
103. learning | 14 Jun 2013
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» a service provided for the public, for example an electricity, water or gas supply สาธารณูปโภค, การบริการสาธารณะ
104. learning | 04 Dec 2013
» Protesters quickly learned to live with high pressure water cannons and tear gas, but they did suffer and questions are being raised about the substances used by police.
105. learning | 09 Jan 2012
» Transport firms have begun to carry out their threat to block national highways with up to 20,000 vehicles.
106. news | 21 Nov 2013
» A senior army officer has dismissed a claim by deputy secretary-general to the prime minister Suporn Attawong that soldiers from the 42nd Ranger Regiment in Songkhla helped in an alleged conspiracy to smuggle sniper rifl...
107. learning | 08 Nov 2013
» Thailand's biggest information technology (IT) trade show, natural gas supply disruptions coming soon & government in a hurry to start construction.
108. business | 06 Dec 2013
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» HAT YAI - Southern developer HongFar Condotel Group plans to spend 2 billion baht to develop the biggest floating market in Hat Yai, the business district of Songkhla province.
109. learning | 25 Jul 2013
» Gas prices to float, fake signatures from police for police stations never built, PTT's profits rise.
110. learning | 21 Feb 2011
» A group of protesters here in Bangkok has a very different grievance from those of the yellow and red shirt protests.