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1. learning | 26 Jun 2011
» It's better late than never. We have finally put up a Facebook page for our website. Come and take a look and feel free to ask a question or two or make some suggestions.
2. tech | 21 Nov 2013
» Already boasting more than two million followers of her Twitter account, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff on Wednesday inaugurated a page of her presidential palace on Facebook.
3. learning | 04 Dec 2012
» Expressing a desire on your Facebook page to throw coffee on an important passenger is not a good way to keep your job as a flight attendant.
4. opinion | 08 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Thaksin Shinawatra, in his latest message posted on the Facebook page of his legal adviser Noppadon Pattama, said he could not accept the false accusations and lies levelled against him and his family (BP, Nov 7).
5. opinion | 09 Dec 2013
» Two days before the People's Democratic Reform Committee's battle royale against the Thaksin regime today, a message was posted on the Thaksin Fan Facebook page, supposedly by the exiled former prime minister h...
6. news | 25 Nov 2013
» France international fly-half Francois Trinh-Duc has extended his contract with Montpellier, the 27-year-old revealed on his Facebook page.
7. news | 08 Dec 2013
» The Transport Company will next year equip all of its franchise buses and vans with the global positioning system (GPS) for safety, Transport Minister Chadchat Sittipunt wrote in his Facebook page on Sunday.
8. news | 21 Nov 2013
» Phra Kru Palad Sitthiwat, better known as Luang Phi Namfon, on Thursday vigorously denied allegations of misconduct after an automotive accessories store posted pictures of him and a "thank you" message on its Facebook p...
9. news | 09 Dec 2013
By Bangkok Post
» The Transport Co, the state-enterprise interprovincial bus operator, will next year equip all of its franchise buses and vans with global positioning system (GPS) devices to improve safety measures, Transport Minister Ch...
10. news | 23 Oct 2013
» A Chinese newspaper published a front-page call Wednesday for police to free a journalist detained after reporting "financial problems" at a partly state-owned company, in a rare example of media defying authorities.