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  1. 91. news | 20 Dec 2014

    EIT pushes extension to permit law

    By Post Reporters, Newspaper section: News

    » The Engineering Institute of Thailand (EIT) plans to ask the Interior Ministry to extend construction permits for buildings which were abandoned or left uncompleted in the capital after the 1997 economic crisis.

  2. 92. opinion | 19 Dec 2014

    We wish you a martial Christmas


    By Sumati Sivasiamphai, Newspaper section: Guru

    » It’s the most wonderful time of year as they say Even in this land that’s been under martial law since May. But such a bleak and depressing fact we may want to ignore When it’s more fun to rush to end-of-year sales at...

  3. 93. news | 17 Dec 2014

    Dalai Lama says world must push for democracy in China

    By AFP

    » NEW DELHI - The Dalai Lama has said the world has a "moral responsibility" to push for democracy and rule of law in China.

  4. 94. tech | 16 Dec 2014

    Forced to pay for content, Google News closes in Spain

    By AFP

    » US giant Google on Tuesday shut down its popular online news service in Spain in protest at a new law which would make it pay for content.

  5. 95. news | 16 Dec 2014

    Prayut to lure in fugitives

    By Wassana Nanuam

    » The government will bring into the fold fugitives both at home and abroad by promising them a fair chance to fight the cases in the court of law.

  6. 96. news | 16 Dec 2014

    Forum on forestland conflict banned

    By Online Reporters

    » Military authorities banned a planned forum for farmers to air their problems over forestland conflicts on Monday, ruling that it was in violation of martial law.

  7. 97. business | 15 Dec 2014

    Toeing the line: disciplinary actions against employees

    By Invitation

    Newspaper section: Business

    » Disciplinary actions are necessary for employers in order to appropriately and effectively address employee wrongdoing and ensure adherence to the requirements of the workplace. The law requires the employer to specify d...

  8. 98. business | 15 Dec 2014

    Spectrum auctions urged


    By Komsan Tortermvasana, Newspaper section: Business

    » The Council of State has proposed that the national telecom regulator consider allocating spectrum use for commercial satellite service through auctions to comply with international law.

  9. 99. lifestyle | 14 Dec 2014

    Here's a sobering thought, why not enforce the law?

    By Andrew Biggs, Newspaper section: Brunch

    » If you had chanced to look up at the sky these past few weeks, you would have been surprised by what you may have seen.

  10. 100. news | 13 Dec 2014

    Paiboon targets state graft

    By King-oua Laohong, Newspaper section: News

    » Justice Minister Paiboon Koomchaya has vowed to push for a state procurement law to better combat corruption in state projects.  

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