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101. opinion | 04 Dec 2013
» The Yingluck Shinawatra government's show of restraint towards anti-government protesters has paid off as a stream of international support pours in.
102. news | 18 Dec 2013
» An NGO working on child rights is urging the government to ease regulations to ensure the children of migrant workers are not left stateless.
103. multimedia | 27 Nov 2013
» A United Nations General Assembly committee calls for online privacy rights. Jillian Kitchener reports. - REUTERS
104. news | 27 Nov 2013
» A UN rights committee on Tuesday passed a "right to privacy" resolution pressed by Germany and Brazil, which have led international outrage over reports of US spying on their leaders.
105. opinion | 26 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Our problem-plagued education system has no shortage of critics. Perhaps the most frustrated among them are human resource managers in successful companies. They waste a lot of their time telling graduates clutching new ...
106. news | 14 Nov 2013
» Researchers in Taiwan on Thursday called on watchdogs to keep up their guard after a flu virus that commonly circulates among chickens was found for the first time in a human being.
107. lifestyle | 27 Nov 2013
» A court battle with corporate coffee giant Starbucks over intellectual property rights became a blessing in disguise for a famous coffee stall once named "Starbung Coffee".
108. news | 12 Dec 2013
» The risk of sporadic human infection is high after three samples collected from live-poultry markets in the southern city of Shenzhen tested positive for the H7N9 avian influenza virus, the Chinese government said.
109. news | 06 Dec 2013
» Hong Kong authorities have stepped up border health checks after the city reported its first human case of the potentially deadly H7N9 bird flu, officials said Thursday.
110. business | 22 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» Companies must be willing to pay higher salaries to attract and retain the best staff while offering less-generous remuneration for employees who fail to meet targets, suggests a human-resources (HR) expert from the mana...