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61. news | 30 Apr 2013
» Engineering Institute of Thailand (EIT) secretary-general Thanes Weerasiri is blaming Sunday's deadly suspension bridge collapse in Ayutthaya on an "unprofessional" repair job last year.
62. learning | 26 Sep 2011
» Real problem is overproduction & excess of rice pushing prices down. Labour wasted, used only sporadically in peak months. Poor farmers produce only 15 tonnes of rice per harvest, but are 82% of all rice-farming househol...
63. learning | 19 Dec 2012
» Poor borrowers forced to sign blank contracts so loan sharks can increase size of loan & interest rate to as high as 1,095% per year (3% per day).
64. learning | 03 Aug 2011
» Only half of 1990s land reform land from forest reserves actually got to the poor landless farmers. Buildings of rich developers on this land to be demolished.
65. learning | 22 Aug 2012
» Govt to tax True & other ISP's to provide internet to poor areas without internet. Companies claim will slow internet growth & improvement.
66. news | 04 Apr 2013
» Germany star Mario Goetze admitted being frustrated by his poor finishing as Borussia Dortmund had to settle for a goalless draw at Malaga in the Champions League quarter-final, first leg.
67. news | 28 Mar 2013
» The International Monetary Fund urged countries to reduce subsidies on energy, saying they worsen government's fiscal positions and eventually create more advantages for the wealthy instead of the poor.
68. news | 07 May 2013
» At first glance, a basic accessory like a pair of sunglasses really has no reason to be expensive _ and to be a health-related issue worthy of ophthalmological concern. How much can two small dark plates and a simple fra...
69. news | 18 May 2013
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» Staff at the Science and Technology Ministry's key research agency have been urged to wear black on Monday to protest against the alleged poor performance of their minister, Woravat Au-apinyakul.
70. news | 21 Apr 2013
» A US academic says she was gang-raped by an armed mob in Papua New Guinea and wants to publicise her ordeal to raise awareness about rampant violence against women in the desperately poor Pacific country.