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71. news | 04 Nov 2013
» Animal activists are combing a forest in eastern China for more than 1,000 kittens rescued from a meat supplier only to be let loose by local authorities, an organiser said Monday.
72. news | 04 Dec 2013
» Thousands of Thai people have arrived in the seaside town of Hua Hin in Prachuap Khiri Khan to get the opportunity to catch the glimpse of His Majesty the King on his 86th birthday on Dec 5.
73. learning | 28 Mar 2012
» 8 seized elephants have TB that humans can catch, 15 of 18 seized elephants in poor health, govt & animal parks accuse each other of negligence.
74. business | 21 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» India’s US$10-billion soft drinks industry is growing at six to seven percent annually. Yet the country’s per capita consumption is still only 11 litres per year compared with 34 litres in China and 675 litres in Mexico....
75. news | 01 Nov 2013
» Four-time world champion Sebastian Vettel on Thursday scoffed at the suggestion of him easing off in this weekend's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix despite the drivers and constructors titles already secured.
76. news | 25 Oct 2013
» PHNOM PENH - About 20,000 Cambodian opposition supporters are wrapping up a three-day demonstration to petition foreign embassies and the United Nations (UN) for intervention in what they claim was a rigged election.
77. learning | 19 Mar 2012
» Chaleo Yoovidhya founder of the Red Bull energy drink & 3rd richest Thai died this week at age 89.
78. business | 02 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» I began my career one year ago earning 15,000 baht a month, but now I make 34,000 baht because I changed my job. I have no fixed expenses, plus I don't have to take care of my parents financially.
79. learning | 26 Apr 2012
» Witnessing a traffic accident caused Bangkok Post feature writer Napamon Roongwitoo to start thinking seriously about Bangkok traffic and those who are supposed to keep it safe.
80. news | 11 Oct 2013
» Runaway leader Sebastian Vettel timed quickest ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix Friday as Formula One reeled from the tragic death of a former reserve driver.