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  1. 81. opinion | 03 Jan 2015

    Can Thailand free its modern-day slaves?

    Human trafficking

    Newspaper section: News

    » In 1905, King Chulalongkorn enacted an historic law that abolished slavery in Thailand, then known as Siam. The slaves were freed. The US government also ended slavery in America by granting freedom to slaves.

  2. 82. news | 31 Dec 2014

    Refuse breath test - go to jail

    » Jail and a heavy fine are now in the headlights of any driver who refuses a police directive to take a breath test -- they will be assumed drunk and can be arrested and charged under the drink-driving law that has just b...

  3. 83. tech | 30 Dec 2014

    Chinese paper blames Google over Gmail blocking

    By AFP

    » BEIJING - Internet giant Google's unwillingness to obey Chinese law is to blame for the shutdown of its hugely popular email service, state-run media said Tuesday after the last easy way to access Gmail was apparent...

  4. 84. news | 30 Dec 2014

    Chinese paper blames Google over Gmail blocking

    By AFP

    » BEIJING - Internet giant Google's unwillingness to obey Chinese law is to blame for the shutdown of its hugely popular email service, state-run media said Tuesday after the last easy way to access Gmail was apparent...

  5. 85. business | 30 Dec 2014

    New law puts public-private partnerships on solid ground

    Corporate Counsellor

    By Tilleke & Gibbins International Ltd, Newspaper section: Business

    » There was much fanfare last year about the enactment of the Private Investment in State Undertaking Act of 2013. Many commentators forecast an era of renewed vigour for public-private partnerships (PPPs) in Thailand.

  6. 86. news | 27 Dec 2014

    CDC defends changing law on PM rule

    By Mongkol Bangprapa, Newspaper section: News

    » Constitution Drafting Committee (CDC) chairman Bowornsak Uwanno defended the CDC's decision that the prime minister will no longer be required to be an MP under a charter change proposal. 

  7. 87. business | 24 Dec 2014

    TAT pushes enforcement of 15-day vacation

    By Online Reporters

    » The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) has proposed the Labour Ministry enforce an existing law so that all workers get 15 days of vacation each year.

  8. 88. news | 24 Dec 2014

    Uber CEO indicted in S. Korea

    By Bloomberg News

    » SEOUL — Prosecutors in South Korea charged Uber Technologies Inc Chief Executive Officer Travis Kalanick and the head of its domestic business partner MK Korea Co with violating a transportation law.

  9. 89. news | 23 Dec 2014

    Stop offering the wai to bent MPs, graft meet told

    By Mongkol Bangprapa, Newspaper section: News

    » Academics have proposed the public adopt "social sanctions" against corrupt politicians, saying law enforcement is not enough to ensure they maintain ethical standards.

  10. 90. news | 21 Dec 2014

    Last children leave asylum-seeker detention centre: Australia

    By AFP

    » SYDNEY - The last remaining children held at an offshore asylum-seeker detention centre have been transferred to the Australian mainland, the government said Sunday, as part of a deal to gain lawmakers' support for ...

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