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101. learning | 04 Nov 2012
» Why are the presidential candidates spending so much time in so few states as election day approaches? They are fighting for the votes that matter – electoral votes.
102. learning | 05 Mar 2013
» Pol Gen Pongsapat Pongcharoen will request a return to the police force after his defeat in Sunday's gubernatorial election in Bangkok.
103. news | 15 Jun 2013
» The Football Association of Thailand was yesterday dealt another huge blow when a court issued an injunction preventing a vote on the FAT's new regulations regarding its presidential election at today's meeting.
104. business | 07 May 2013
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» Regardless of the official results of yesterday’s election, one thing is clear — 57 years after liberation from the British empire, Malaysia has yet to liberate itself from the underlying racial-religious phobias that tr...
105. news | 15 Jun 2013
Newspaper section: News
» The Don Muang by-election tomorrow will be a very tight competition, key Pheu Thai and Democrat figures have predicted.
106. news | 28 May 2013
» A court Tuesday ordered the suspension of the head of Pakistan's cricket board over what it called the "dubious" and "polluted" process to elect him.
107. learning | 16 Jun 2011
Easy English news
» With his party behind in the polls, Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva has been forced to waste valuable time answering questions about what he would do if his party loses the general election.
108. news | 05 May 2013
» NARATHIWAT - Thai-Malaysians are reportedly being offered up to 5,000 baht for "travel expenses" to vote in today's tight election race in Malaysia which has already been tainted by corruption allegations levelled by...
109. news | 25 Apr 2013
» Bukhairy Sofian is fed up with a ban on political activity at Malaysian universities, which he calls an outdated shackle on a tech-savvy younger generation yearning to express itself.
110. news | 21 Apr 2013
» Iraqi election officials were to begin counting votes on Sunday from the country's first elections since US troops departed, which served as a key test of its stability amid a spike in violence.