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71. news | 29 Oct 2013
» The ancient practice of "swaddling" a baby in a blanket, arms restrained and legs stretched out, is making a comeback, but experts warned Tuesday it was bad for infant hips.
72. learning | 08 Aug 2010
» Oh God, not another one. On a ranking of things Thailand desperately needs right now, where would "an extra province" be? Surely somewhere down in the 900s, wedged between "pay rise for politicians" (#946) and "more Camb...
73. learning | 21 Mar 2013
» With tablet computers & mobile phones replacing notebooks & desktops, Pantip moves to change image & reposition itself in the minds of shoppers.
74. news | 14 Oct 2013
» A Thai activist who defied death threats to prevent disadvantaged young people from being sold into prostitution has been honoured in the annual World’s Children’s Prize awards.
75. learning | 15 Jul 2013
» 60,000 teachers still missing tablet one year after students received tablets.
76. learning | 13 Mar 2012
» Opps, the government panel members said as they realised the winning Scope tablets for primary students were not as cheap as they thought they were. A new round of bidding has been ordered.
77. news | 31 Oct 2013
» A woman impersonating a nurse has stolen a two-day old infant from her mother at a hospital in Songkhla’s Sadao district, report said on Thursday.
78. learning | 18 Sep 2013
» Airport court for crimes against foreigners opens on Monday, seafood industry signs MoU to end child labour & computer ICT skills for latest technology needed urgently.
79. learning | 07 Mar 2012
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» Education Minister Suchart Thada-Thamrongvech promises Prathom 1 students will get their tablets this year on schedule as the PM says she wants to take another look at which tablet to by for them.
80. learning | 11 Dec 2012
» Children with ADHD find it difficult to finish schoolwork & cause problems in classroom with other students. Parents don't know their child has disorder.