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WORLD

18 dead as Nepal plane skids off runway, catches fire

Reuters, Published on 24/07/2024

» KATHMANDU - At least 18 people were killed when a small plane crashed and caught fire while it was taking off from Nepal's capital Kathmandu on Wednesday, officials said.

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GENERAL

Thai ESG Fund expected to receive cabinet green light on Tuesday

Business, Nareerat Wiriyapong, Published on 23/07/2024

» The cabinet is expected to endorse the new Thai ESG Fund on Tuesday, with analysts hoping the revised conditions of the environmental, social and governance (ESG) focused fund will boost trading on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET) by 40-50 billion baht a year.

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GENERAL

ANA preserves load factor on Thailand-Japan routes

Business, Molpasorn Shoowong, Published on 22/07/2024

» Despite a weak yen, Japanese carrier ANA has maintained the load factor on Thailand-Japan routes at the same robust level as 2019, with more of its passengers being Thai tourists as well as long-haul travellers transiting in Japan.

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INVESTMENT

Seeking new engines of growth

Wichit Chantanusornsiri, Published on 22/07/2024

» About 40 years ago, natural gas was discovered in the Gulf of Thailand, creating excitement across the country. This period marked the dawn of Thailand's golden era. Following this discovery, the Eastern Seaboard Development Project was initiated to develop the eastern coastal region. Foreign investment poured in, enabling the economy to expand at a double-digit rate while raising hopes that Thailand would become Asia's fifth tiger.

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WORLD

Hospitals around the world hobbled by massive tech outage

Published on 21/07/2024

» Gary Baulos woke up at 3.30am on Friday for open heart surgery to fix eight blockages. A call from the hospital in Paducah, Kentucky, soon altered his plans. The procedure would be rescheduled because of a global technology outage that was derailing operations. 

OPINION

No return visit

Postbag, Published on 21/07/2024

» Re: "Koh Chang bridge likely to cost B10bn", (BP, July 17).

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GENERAL

Plans needed to mitigate future tech outages

Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 20/07/2024

» The global computing outage on Friday caused by a faulty software update underscores the need for the public and private sectors in Thailand to have business continuity plans to ensure their operations are not interrupted, says the head of the National Cyber Security Agency (NCSA).

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TECH

From ATMs to flights, epic IT crash leaves trail of chaos

Bloomberg News, Published on 20/07/2024

» LONDON - In what will go down as the most spectacular information technology (IT) failure the world has ever seen, a botched software update from cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike Holdings Inc crashed countless Microsoft Windows computer systems around the world on Friday.

OPINION

Ukraine hospitals are targets of war

Oped, Published on 20/07/2024

» 'I'm not hurt! I'm alive!" I hear my father's agitated voice over the phone. The day is July 8, when 38 Russian missiles attacked Ukraine. Several of them hit Kyiv residential areas. Even though I live in Kyiv and get used to air-raid alerts, it's just hard to believe it's my family's turn now to become part of the target of the Russian missiles. "There was an attack. It's our building. I think someone was killed. I've got to go," my father hangs up, leaving me completely lost.

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TECH

Fix delivered for tech outage that caused chaos worldwide

Published on 19/07/2024

» The cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike has deployed a fix for a software problem that triggered one of the biggest tech outages the world has ever seen, affecting industries ranging from airlines to banking and healthcare worldwide, the company’s CEO said on Friday.