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91. news | 31 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: News
» TOKYOJapanese regulators yesterday day gave final approval for the removal of fuel rods from an uncontained cooling pool at a damaged reactor building considered the highest risk at a crippled nuclear plant.
92. learning | 28 Aug 2012
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» Any good political leader currently in power will assure the public that the situation is under control. Here’s an example.
93. business | 28 Oct 2013
Newspaper section: Asia focus
» At the turn of the 20th century an American travelled to a remote mountain region in Himachal Pradesh in India and tried to propagate a strange idea. He told the farmers to plant apple trees instead of the traditional wh...
94. opinion | 14 Oct 2013
» As Thais commemorate the October upheavals this month, a new sentiment has emerged that challenges the old power cliques and warns that they can no longer manipulate politics.
95. learning | 04 Apr 2012
» Modern film retelling of a Shakespeare classic too close to reality for censors. A bloodstained tragedy & tale of greed and lust for power.
96. lifestyle | 24 Nov 2013
» Reader Ekachai sent me an email saying that his house faces south. "The afternoon sun is unbearable especially from November 'til May," he wrote. "I would like to grow trees to help shade the garage roof. Unfortunate...
97. news | 28 Nov 2013
» Farmers hit by Super Typhoon Haiyan face a "double tragedy" without urgent aid to clear land and irrigation channels and plant their crops, the Food and Agriculture Organization warned Wednesday.
98. opinion | 27 Nov 2013
» All parties must come to an end. So must all political protests. The country's biggest anxiety right now is how the anti-government rally will end.
99. news | 06 Nov 2013
» KUALA LUMPUR - Karex Berhad, the world's top condom producer which has one manufacturing plant in Thailand, surged more than 30% in its trading debut Wednesday on Malaysia's stock exchange, following a 125 millio...
100. news | 27 Nov 2013
» The world's two biggest steelmakers, Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal and ArcelorMittal, are close to a $2 billion deal to buy a US factory from Germany's ThyssenKrupp, a report said Wednesday.