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1. lifestyle | 27 Jan 2015
» Waking up before 6am is the right way to start dinacharya, the Ayurvedic wellness-promoting daily routine. Early-morning activities include brushing the teeth and tongue, taking a light breakfast and doing some exercise.
2. learning | 06 Feb 2012
» Thammasat rector Somkit Lertpaithoon said he will ask executives to reconsider the decision to prohibit the use of the campus for activities related to the lese majeste law.
3. lifestyle | 06 Jan 2015
» Functional training was a major hit last year, as people started to ditch the treadmill and opt for workout "toys" that promised to enhance their performance in their daily activities, such as walking up stairs and balan...
4. lifestyle | 08 Dec 2014
» Initiatives to promote cycling are everywhere. The Thai Health Promotion Foundation has organised activities to encourage people to use bicycles as part of their daily life. Even Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha wants to...
5. learning | 03 Feb 2012
» 300 baht minimum daily wage policy starts on April 1st & with up to 40% wage increases many companies worry. Last ditch legal effort to stop policy.
6. business | 27 Jan 2015
TOURISM & aviation
Newspaper section: Business
» The Designated Areas for Sustainable Tourism Administration (Dasta) will spend 505 million baht to promote community tourism and serve rising demand from tourists craving new travel experiences.
7. news | 22 Jan 2015
» Deputy Defence Minister and army chief Udomdej Sitabutr has warned he will use martial law to stifle protest activities deemed to "cross the line" after the decision comes down Friday on whether to impeach former prime m...
8. news | 17 Jan 2015
» Andrew Drummond, a British investigative journalist who has specialised in exposing the activities of foreign criminals in Thailand, is leaving the country after 25 years.
9. opinion | 16 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: News
» How often have we heard the phrase “Islam is not the problem” in relation to terrorist activities and human rights abuses? To those who say this, I ask: Would radical Islamist terrorists exist if it were not for Islam? W...
10. multimedia | 15 Jan 2015
By Bangkok Post
» Making merit is part of Buddhist life, linking the doctrine of doing good deeds and receiving goodness in return. Some merit-making activities include giving offerings to monks and releasing animals into their natural ha...