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41. learning | 16 Mar 2012
» All of a sudden, Bangkok’s second airport is taking on greater importance as Suvarnabhumi struggles to cope with increased passenger traffic.
42. learning | 22 Nov 2010
» Thailand's police force is a national police force, so integrating police work with more local community needs and winning cooperation requires special strategies.
43. news | 18 Apr 2013
COP SHOP PROJECT
» The Royal Thai Police Office (RTPO) and the construction company previously contracted to build 396 police stations plan to sue each other over the bungled project.
44. learning | 28 Sep 2012
» Air traffic controllers at Suvarnabhumi airport are expecting to handle more than 500,000 flights by year's end. You might call them the unsung heroes of the aviation industry.
45. learning | 20 Oct 2011
About web technology
» Dictionaries, law, maps, traffic and now floods, all parts of an online knowledge empire created by two Thai computer programmers with web mashups.
46. news | 26 Mar 2013
» The Royal Thai Police Office has opened a hotline and a website in a project aimed to increase police effectiveness in combating vehicle and motorcycle theft.
47. news | 13 May 2013
» A jilted bride filed a complaint with police when the groom failed to show up at their wedding ceremony in Lop Buri province on Sunday, police said.
48. news | 03 Apr 2013
» Police in eastern Indonesia arrested 17 local supporters of France's football team, mistaking their hoisted French flag for a bold separatist statement, police said.
49. opinion | 25 Apr 2013
» Last weekend, I was stuck on Kanchanaphisek western ring road in the Bang Bua Thong area for almost an hour without knowing why the traffic was so terrible.
50. news | 26 Mar 2013
» Indonesian police reportedly showed little interest when two attractive young ladies set up a counter displaying bespoke luxury mobile phones and fountain pens for sale at the country’s National Police headquarters.