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91. business | 09 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» Four years ago, on April 3, Malaysia was introduced to its new prime minister. Najib Tun Razak was seen as a worthy choice for the post but he was not put there by popular vote. He was appointed after former premier Ahma...
92. news | 16 May 2013
» Call it peace through fighting, but wrestlers from the United States, Iran and Russia provided New York with an unusual vision of international harmony when they took to the mat.
93. news | 01 May 2013
» Injury-plagued All Blacks centre Richard Kahui's season with Super 15 champions the Waikato Chiefs is in doubt after he hurt his shoulder in training.
94. news | 20 Apr 2013
» Amid a defensive crisis at the club, Barcelona defender Marc Bartra has vowed to hold down a place at centre-back in the final weeks of the season.
95. news | 28 Apr 2013
» Residents in Ban Khun Samut Chin, a seashore village in Samut Prakan have demanded the government take action to stop severe coastal erosion.
96. opinion | 01 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Shocking results have been revealed in a joint research study conducted by the Thailand Accident Research Centre (TARC) at the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) and Thai Roads Foundation last year.
97. news | 19 May 2013
» Thousands of red shirts will today converge on Bangkok's Ratchaprasong shopping district to mark the third anniversary of the group's bloody battle to topple Abhisit Vejjajiva's Democrat government.
98. news | 21 Mar 2013
» The owner of a car at the centre of a row that culminated in the brutal bashing of a security guard at Ramkhamhaeng University surrendered to police on Wednesday night and was held in custody.
99. news | 27 Mar 2013
» PUTRAJAYA - Malaysian leader Najib Razak has warned that nascent reforms can't be done "overnight" and that Southeast Asia's third-largest economy risks slipping backwards if he does not win a strong majority in ...
100. news | 12 Apr 2013
» Foreign tourists are expected to spend around 2.93 billion baht on taking part in festivities and travel during Sonkgran, up 18.1% from last year, Kasikorn Research Centre said on Friday.