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1. learning | 20 Dec 2010
» Corrupt politicians soon dreamed up ways to circumvent the original public-private partnership (PPP) law of 1992. Can a new rewrite of the law close all the loopholes in the law used for corruption?
2. news | 26 Nov 2013
» The country's two key media organisations have issued a statement saying the press has performed its duties fully by accurately reporting on the ongoing political rallies.
3. news | 25 Nov 2013
» European champions Bayern Munich are again dominating this season but behind the scenes coach Pep Guardiola has threatened the mole who is leaking details of tactics to the German press.
4. news | 04 Nov 2013
» The Australian press savaged the "woeful" Wallabies on Monday after England exposed their inadequacies on the first match of their European tour, with much of the criticism directed at coach Ewen McKenzie.
5. news | 02 Nov 2013
» The Democrats have a constitutional right to rally against the amnesty bill, but protests must be carried out in line with the law, says the lawyer for ousted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.
6. learning | 14 Nov 2012
About labour & the law
» New law gives maids one day off per week & time off when sick. Still not covered by law: minimum wages & work hour limits.
7. opinion | 31 Oct 2013
» Members of parliament are elected officials. They are meant to represent the people in parliament. Upholding the law and working within the law, this is the duty and responsibility of the MPs who are the nation’s lawmake...
8. learning | 21 Jun 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Chulalongkorn University's (CU) faculty of law has apologised to five senior law students for its two-year delay in announcing an examination result.
9. learning | 14 Dec 2012
About the law
» Sweeping new law to stop alcohol sales on sidewalks has caught the many small sidewalk restaurants of Bangkok by surprise.
10. news | 13 Dec 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» Business leaders on Thursday expressed worries that the upcoming election is unlikely to solve Thailand's chronic political conflicts, suggesting that the election law be revamped to minimise vote-buying.