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101. news | 08 Nov 2013
» The government hopes immediately to kick-start its infrastructure investment spree in dual-track rail lines, four-lane roads and customs checkpoints after the 2-trillion-baht borrowing bill is passed into law.
102. tech | 24 Oct 2013
» The first-ever non-Latin language website address domains are on their way, the Internet's overlords said Wednesday.
103. learning | 20 Oct 2011
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» Dictionaries, law, maps, traffic and now floods, all parts of an online knowledge empire created by two Thai computer programmers with web mashups.
104. learning | 23 Sep 2011
» Former prime minister Thaksin uses the web application Skype to chair a video meeting with Phue Thai ministers, leading to speculation that he, not his sister, is the real government leader.
105. news | 21 Oct 2013
» A total of 19 illegally parked vehicles were hauled off the roads of Bangkok by police on Monday under a stringent new policy aimed at alleviating traffic jams in the city.
106. learning | 14 Jul 2011
» How to better serve Indian and Russian tourists as well as tech-savvy travellers, areas the tourism industry needs to focus on.
107. learning | 24 Jun 2013
» Residents of the Ramkhamhaeng area insist their neighbourhood is not a hideout for southern insurgents, but suspicions that the May 26 bomb-blast had a southern connection remain.
108. news | 17 Oct 2013
» Most Bangkokians do not support the police proposal to ban cars seven to 10 years-old or more from Bangkok's roads, but they do agree with the plan to tow away illegally parked vehicles, according to a survey by the ...
109. learning | 07 Jan 2013
» 30 million BitTorrent users around world sharing music, movies... wondered if some govt removed them from the internet.
110. learning | 28 Aug 2013
» The protests by southern rubber growers continued yesterday with the blockage of roads and railway lines. Democrat politicians demanded action to help the growers and denied they were behind the protests.