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1. news | 11 Jan 2015
» City Hall has introduced zigzag road markings ahead of pedestrian crossings to better alert motorists of the need to slow down when approaching the crossings and make the roads safer.
2. news | 23 Feb 2015
» KATHMANDU – Nepal is improving weather forecasting systems, stepping up security and promises swift rescues if needed during the upcoming climbing season on Mount Everest in an attempt to recover from the worst mountaine...
3. news | 17 Feb 2015
» The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) has been urged to speed up installation of barriers and warning signal systems at more than 1,300 crossings nationwide for safety reasons.
4. business | 16 Feb 2015
» On a sunny afternoon in a hotel overlooking the peaceful Chao Phraya River, Dr Mohamed ElBaradei walks into a suite for an interview after spending a busy morning that included a talk with high-school students. His topic...
5. news | 04 Feb 2015
» JAKARTA - Indonesian Ahmadis are no strangers to persecution, with attacks and discrimination rife, but leader Iskandar Gumay hopes better days are ahead for the minority Muslim sect under new President Joko Widodo.
6. opinion | 16 Jan 2015
GURU ASKS: THE WORD
Newspaper section: Guru
» How is City Hall attempting to make local roads safer for pedestrians?
7. news | 16 Jan 2015
» Teachers working in the deep South are calling on authorities to plug any loopholes in their security measures as more than 300 instructors in Narathiwat province have sought transfers to other, safer areas.
8. learning | 09 Jan 2015
» Khom Loy sky lanterns and Bang Fai rockets are facing new and tougher restrictions in an effort to make the skies safer for air travel.
9. learning | 22 Jul 2014
» Getting up the high stairs of a Bangkok bus is a struggle for many people, particularly the handicapped. Now there is a campaign to get more convenient and safer low-floor buses on the streets.
10. learning | 28 May 2014
» Google's driverless car has no blind spots like human drivers & the car's eyes are more sensitive than human eyes.