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81. learning | 11 May 2012
» The ICT Ministry finally signed a US$32.8 million contract yesterday to buy the first batch of 400,000 computer tablets from a Chinese supplier.
82. news | 29 Apr 2013
» Italy's new Prime Minister Enrico Letta said Monday his coalition government would act fast to reverse an austerity policy he argued was killing Italy and called on Europe to become a motor for growth.
83. news | 03 Apr 2013
» A gang of foreigners, four Malaysians and two Sri Lankans, have been arrested and charged with the fraudulent use of over 100 ATM cards to withdraw around 10 million baht cash in Thailand, the Economic and Cyber Crime Di...
84. news | 27 Mar 2013
» The Election Commission has endorsed MR Sukhumbhand Paribatra as the official winner of the Bangkok governor's election on March 3, but will continue to investigate complaints of alleged violations of the Local Elect...
85. news | 11 Apr 2013
» Police have arrested 11 alleged members of two major loan shark gangs operating in Chon Buri province, Crime Suppression Division commander Supisal Pakdinaruenart said on Thursday.
86. learning | 12 Jan 2010
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» It has taken a period of 10 years since the 1999 Education Act before the executives of the ministry's education agencies agreed to the proposal to reduce the role of rote learning and to adopt analytical thinking as...
87. news | 05 May 2013
» George Smith, in the sights of Wallaby coach Robbie Deans for the British and Irish Lions series, is set to break the ACT Brumbies record for most caps against the Canterbury Crusaders on Sunday.
88. lifestyle | 10 May 2013
» When did Bangkok become so damn cool? Is the capital that's famous for its sleaze and grime finally cleaning up its act? Probably not quite yet, but Ari newcomer Fat Bird is encapsulating all things here and present ...
89. opinion | 04 May 2013
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» Thailand's government recently passed up an opportunity for a new approach to the deep South, by declining to replace the Emergency Decree, which violates international standards on human rights, with the somewhat le...
90. learning | 28 Sep 2011
» The borders between Asean countries will begin to disappear for skilled computer workers starting in 2015.