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1. news | 16 Jan 2015
» The acting Supreme Patriarch has dismissed Phra Phromsuthi, the abbot of Wat Sa Ket, from the Supreme Sangha Council (SSC) — the clergy’s governing body.
2. opinion | 24 Dec 2014
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» Uber services, including the premium limousine-like Uber Black and the normal taxi-like Uber X, were declared illegal in Thailand by the Department of Land Transport at the end of November. The Uber Company had been usin...
3. news | 04 Dec 2014
» Australian retail giants Target and Kmart said Thursday they will stop selling controversial crime-themed blockbuster video game "Grand Theft Auto V" over concerns that it glamorises violence against women.
4. news | 04 Dec 2014
» SYDNEY - Australian retail giant Target said Thursday it would stop selling blockbuster video game "Grand Theft Auto V" over concerns that it encourages violence against women.
5. learning | 17 Apr 2014
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» Police say three men were involved in Tuesday's theft of a 10-million baht watch, one of only eight in existence. At least two of the men appear to have left the country.
6. learning | 14 Sep 2010
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» Thai police think they have a new and better way of stopping vehicle theft.
7. tech | 06 Jan 2015
» LAS VEGAS - German automaker Daimler on Monday showed its vision of the driverless car, a prototype vehicle that allows four passengers to face each other as the vehicle finds its way.
8. news | 22 Jan 2015
» Phra Phromsuthi, the former abbot of Wat Sa Ket, was yesterday removed from his position of chairman of the office directing Phra Dhammaduta, the grouping of monks whose mission is to teach and promote Buddhism abroad.
9. news | 13 Jan 2015
» Two people were killed and eight other passengers injured when a van travelling from Bangkok to Si Sa Ket slammed into the rear of a 10-wheel truck on a highway in Buri Ram’s Nang Rong district in the early hours of Tues...
10. learning | 29 Dec 2014
» In 60 million baht funeral rites for revered monk Somdej Kiew, new evidence allegedly shows that Wat Sa Ket abbot diverted state funds to family's housing project in Ayutthaya.