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91. learning | 08 Nov 2011
» Home to Thailand's seafood industry with 5,000 factories & 500,000 workers, floods expected this week for one month.
92. news | 01 Apr 2013
» Police on Monday arrested a 17-year-old boy accused of killing his father during a drunken brawl in Lampang province last month.
93. news | 28 Mar 2013
» Exports for February were down 5.83% on the same month last year, with a total value of US$17.92 billion, permanent secretary for commerce Watcharee Wimuktayon said on Thursday.
94. news | 26 Mar 2013
» Mark Webber is not considering his future in Formula One and will drive in next month's Chinese Grand Prix despite a strained relationship with Sebastian Vettel, his father said.
95. learning | 29 Jan 2013
» After staying the same since 2004, state hospitals increase fees next month. More than 50% rise for brain & heart disease diagnosis fees.
96. news | 16 May 2013
» Next month's election for president of the Football Association of Thailand has been postponed until Fifa's new charter is approved by the FAT.
97. news | 14 May 2013
» Brazil line-up for next month's Confederations Cup fully conscious that victory is paramount if they are to go on and secure a sixth World Cup in front of their fanatical home supporters in 2014.
98. news | 15 May 2013
» David Haye's hopes of re-establishing himself as a heavyweight title contender suffered a setback on Tuesday after the former WBA champion withdrew Tuesday from a bout next month with Manuel Charr because of a hand i...
99. news | 26 Apr 2013
» Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini said Friday he is confident the club will act quickly in the transfer market this summer after a disappointing season which has seen them cede their title to rivals United with a m...
100. business | 19 Apr 2013
» Thailand's baht was poised for a second weekly gain and bonds advanced as global funds pumped money into the country's debt after Japan announced an unprecedented monetary-easing program earlier this month.