51 - 60 of 180 results for "human-powered helicopter"

Sponsor links

  1. 51. news | 23 Feb 2015

    Canberra silent on Sri Lanka abuses in 'boat people' deal: report

    By AFP

    » SYDNEY - Australia stayed silent about human rights abuses in Sri Lanka in exchange for its cooperation in cracking down on people-smuggling, Colombo's new Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said in an interview pu...

  2. 52. opinion | 22 Feb 2015

    Constitution writers should do the right thing

    Newspaper section: News

    » One of the current debates in the constitution drafting process is whether to retain the National Human Rights Commission of Thailand or merge it with the Office of the Ombudsman.

  3. 53. opinion | 21 Feb 2015

    ‘Citizenfour’ rings eerily close to home

    COMMENTARY

    By Kong Rithdee, Newspaper section: News

    » Come Oscar night tomorrow, Edward Snowden, still holed up in Moscow, won’t be joining the glitterati in Los Angeles though the film in which he is appears likely to snatch a golden doll. Unless there’s a major upset, Cit...

  4. 54. news | 20 Feb 2015

    Tighten up trafficking laws, lawyers say

    migration

    By Post Reporters, Newspaper section: News

    » Anti-human trafficking laws should be expanded to cover trafficking of illegal immigrants, the Lawyers Council says.

  5. 55. opinion | 20 Feb 2015

    What should Apple do about slave labour in Asia?

    MANUFACTURING

    Newspaper section: News

    » Human rights observers applauded last week when Apple announced its most ambitious effort yet to stamp out labour abuses among its Asian suppliers. Recruitment agencies in Asia are no longer allowed to charge fees to fac...

  6. 56. lifestyle | 20 Feb 2015

    Close but far from Unbroken

    Review

    Newspaper section: Life

    » The story of Louis Zamperini's life is an incredible tale of human perseverance and survival. Angelina Jolie's film, Unbroken, however, is anything but. The only incredible things about this lacklustre film ada...

  7. 57. lifestyle | 19 Feb 2015

    Capturing the essence of a digital age

    Newspaper section: Life

    » It is a hot and sunny day in Lumpini Park, the site for a NIVEA advertisement shoot, which will feature UV cameras. This is technology that has been utilised most famously by British-American artist Thomas Leveritt, an a...

  8. 58. news | 19 Feb 2015

    Australian MP blasts Thai death penalty

    Newspaper section: News

    » The impending execution of two Australian drug smugglers in Indonesia has seen Thailand’s own death penalty laws criticised by Thai human rights activists and a prominent Australian MP.

  9. 59. news | 16 Feb 2015

    France sets criticised jet sale to Egypt

    By AFP

    » PARIS - France and Egypt are poised to sign a multi-billion-euro deal for the first foreign sale of the Rafale fighter jet despite human rights concerns.

  10. 60. news | 16 Feb 2015

    No end in sight to 'slow-burn' Bangladesh turmoil

    By AFP

    » DHAKA - Twelve-year-old Rakib Mia was on his way to scavenge for his family when a petrol bomb exploded on the floor of his bus in Bangladesh, turning him into a human fireball.

Bangkok Post print edition sections

Stay updated everywhere, anytime with Bangkok Post digital products