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1. news | 28 Jan 2015
» KOTA KINABALU — Foreign ministers of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) have revisited a proposal for a common time zone for the group's 10 member countries, to better coordinate business links, Mala...
2. property | 12 Jan 2015
» Condominium residents and owners are legally obliged to pay common-area fees each year.
3. opinion | 25 Feb 2015
» If you use email and the internet then you will have been bombarded with offers for free stuff. These offers take various forms, but the most common one is the chance to win something for free, where your chances increas...
4. news | 23 Feb 2015
» HOLLYWOOD (UNITED STATES) - Common and John Legend made a heartfelt plea for civil rights in lands as far away as Hong Kong when they collected the Academy Award for best original song for "Glory", their politically awar...
5. business | 16 Feb 2015
COMMENTARY: UMESH PANDEY
» The past week has been an interesting one, at least in terms of democracy, in the world's largest democratic country, India.
6. business | 16 Feb 2015
» The website is still up, http://thaiafrica.mfa.go.th/, replete with pictures of Jakaya Kikwete, President of the United Republic of Tanzania together with Thai dignitaries. But the last update of the site, in December 20...
7. tech | 11 Feb 2015
» SAN FRANCISCO - Google on Tuesday began tuning its mobile search application to better answer people's questions about common ailments from tennis elbow to the measles.
8. business | 09 Feb 2015
» In last week’s article, “Time to demystify the leadership development challenges”, I clarified a few common misunderstandings about leaders and leadership, as well as training and developing.
9. business | 06 Feb 2015
» Egco Group, Thailand's largest solar farm operator, has expanded its presence in the renewable energy business by acquiring an additional 33.33% of the common shares in Natural Energy Development Co (NED) in an inve...
10. news | 05 Feb 2015
» MIAMI - A study involving 20,000 children in China said Thursday that poor kids are far less likely to be nearsighted than their wealthier peers.