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1. business | 23 Jan 2015
» SET-listed power producer CK Power (CKP) has agreed to buy a 30% stake in Xayaburi Power (XPCL) from its parent firm, Ch. Karnchang (CK), and the rights offering of XPCL in order to maintain its shareholding in the Laos ...
2. news | 02 Jan 2015
» BEIJING - China's Three Gorges dam has broken the world record for annual hydroelectric power production, more than a decade after it became the world's largest power plant, its operator said.
3. learning | 14 Dec 2010
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» Two pronouns that may cause confusion or raise questions on how and when to use each properly are "who" and "whom". To begin, it is important to recognise the difference between subjects and objects in order to know whe...
4. business | 27 Feb 2015
» SET-listed Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding Plc (RATCH), Thailand's largest private power producer, plans to spend a combined 13 billion baht to increase power production capacity.
5. business | 12 Feb 2015
» Double A Power Plc has allocated 11 billion baht to expand its power and renewable energy operations.
6. news | 24 Feb 2015
» CANBERRA - Chris Gayle smashed the highest ever individual World Cup score of 215 and his first century in 20 months to power the West Indies to 372 for two against Zimbabwe on a record-shattering day at Canberra's ...
7. learning | 26 Feb 2015
» Mind-controlled bionic hand can do everyday tasks such as pick up a ball, pouring water from jug, use key, cut food with knife or use two hands to undo buttons.
8. opinion | 18 Feb 2015
» So after a few weeks use of the Xiaomi Redmi 5.5-inch phone, which cost me about 6,500 baht shipped, for the price this seems an excellent product. It has a removable battery, supports a Micro SD card up to 64GB and come...
9. news | 15 Feb 2015
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» The National Council for Peace and Order has downplayed the European Union delegation’s concern about the use of military courts against civilians.
10. news | 13 Feb 2015
» The European Union has urged Thailand to try suspects in civilian courts, saying the use of the military court should be limited.