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1. news | 22 Mar 2013
» Former BBC director general Greg Dyke is set to become the new chairman of the Football Association, the English game's governing body announced Thursday.
2. learning | 21 Sep 2010
» In Phitsanulok a "land consolidation" model will rearrange farms to make efficient use of irrigation water delivered via dikes and ditches.
3. news | 01 May 2013
» The Royal Irrigation Department (RID) is claiming success for this year's dry season after providing water to nearly 18 million rai of farmland over the six-month period.
4. learning | 09 Oct 2012
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» A Thai man has been arrested for a murder committed in Japan almost 20 years ago, just months before he could no longer have been prosecuted.
5. learning | 01 Oct 2012
» Found guilty of murder, godfather Kamnan Poh is in hiding but high-ranking govt officials still show up at his birthday party & many are his family.
6. learning | 02 Dec 2011
» New 5.4 meter dyke will put one industrial estate above peak level of 4.9 meters this flood. 8,700 of 60,000 workers were laid off.
7. news | 02 May 2013
» A former policeman on trial for murder in the Philippines escaped from jail on Thursday, then embarrassed authorities further by speaking to the media over the phone.
8. news | 25 Apr 2013
» The noodle shop owner arrested in connection with the grisly murder of his gay lover whose dismembered body was found in Chai Nat has detailed the events leading up to and after the killing.
9. learning | 23 Sep 2010
» Murder as a business strategy has existed for a long time in Thailand. No names this time, but fingers are all pointing towards one "influential figure."
10. learning | 24 Oct 2011
» Local residents have been ordered not to interfere with flood management efforts like the building of the dyke pictured below to block floodwater from flowing into Khlong Prem Prachakorn.