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101. lifestyle | 02 Jan 2015
» Instead of counting one, two, three, Bedat & Co unconventionally don't go by numerical order when naming their feminine watches.
102. lifestyle | 02 Jan 2015
» Prongfa “Fon” Uennatornwaranggoon is the CEO and co-founder of Polpa (092-280-3135, www.polpa.co, fb.com/polpabkk), a delivery company that provides Bangkokians with delicious Mediterranean-inspired food right to their d...
103. news | 31 Dec 2014
» The rise of populist parties across Europe should act as a wake-up call for governments to finally get their economies in order, a top European Central Bank official said Wednesday.
104. lifestyle | 31 Dec 2014
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» At last, the much-anticipated countdown fun will begin tonight. Who can afford to miss this? It's the only time of year where we will be counting down the hours, minutes and seconds in order to welcome 2015.
105. news | 31 Dec 2014
» KIEV - Ukraine on Tuesday sealed an additional nuclear fuel supply deal with US giant Westinghouse in order to ease its energy dependence on Russia.
106. learning | 30 Nov 2014
» All suspects in the police scandal and other family members bearing the Akkharaphongpricha family name will have to change it on Monday (presumably to their original surname "Kerdampang") according to an order issued by ...
107. learning | 11 Nov 2014
» Getting pregnant is officially OK again in the Rajavithi Hospital pharmacy after an order to female staff to take birth-control pills created a public outcry.
108. learning | 25 Sep 2014
» Department of National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) agrees with animal rights campaigners that the gorilla and other big animals must be moved from a rooftop zoo to the ground floor, but carrying out that ...
109. learning | 04 Aug 2014
» General Prayuth is virtually unopposed in the National Legislative Assembly, where he seems likely to be named prime minister to add to his titles of army commander and head of the all-powerful National Council for Peace...
110. learning | 11 Jul 2014
» The BBC Thai-language service is back, not on radio, but on the Internet in the form of a Facebook page. Initially, at least, the new service has been welcomed by Thailand's National Council for Peace and Order (NCP