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241. learning | 19 Mar 2012
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» 22 years after the first Thai woman co-pilot still only 30 to 40 female pilots (none at Thai Airways) & only 4 full pilots.
242. news | 30 Nov 2013
» Switzerland's Lara Gut won the first downhill of the women's alpine World Cup season on Friday on the new Raptor course built for the 2015 World Championships.
243. learning | 21 Aug 2011
Especially for kids
» Here's an easy, EASY story for kids about yesterdays' Thai women's volleyball match against Cuba.
244. news | 31 Oct 2013
» Malaysia insisted Wednesday two Iranian women sentenced to death for drug trafficking must face "due process" despite a warning from Tehran that their executions would harm bilateral relations.
245. multimedia | 14 Nov 2013
» Grilled before Toronto City Council, embattled mayor Rob Ford professed a zero-tolerance policy for drugs and gangs, but he also admitted he had bought illegal drugs in the past two years. - REUTERS
246. opinion | 14 Nov 2013
» The murder of Thailand's sharp shooter Jakkrit Panichpatikum has unfolded _ with his mother-in-law confessing to being the mastermind _ at a time when countries around the world, including Thailand, are preparing to...
247. news | 09 Dec 2013
» A commuter train collided with a fuel tanker in the Indonesian capital Jakarta Monday, killing at least five people and injuring 80 others as a women-only carriage derailed and burst into flames.
248. news | 15 Dec 2013
» As India erupted in protests over the fatal gang-rape of a student, teenager Seema suffered her own horrifying abuse at the hands of a pack of men. Six months later, she poured kerosene on herself and burned to death.
249. news | 27 Oct 2013
» Southeast Asia's congested capitals could use more anti-traffic champions such as Jakarta Governor Joko Widodo. When the Indonesian government gave tax breaks on low-cost "green cars" in June, Mr Widodo opposed the p...
250. learning | 28 Sep 2013
Learning Thai from Post Today
» Thai fans turned out in the thousands to buy tickets to see the Thai women's volleyball team play in the Asian final, far more than the stadium could hold, requiring some quick thinking on part of the local governor.