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  • LIFE

    Paula's back in town

    Life, Krissie Na Klongtoey, Published on 26/03/2012

    » Paula Taylor has always been a darling of the entertainment world. She first entered the public domain with the Thai romantic comedy Sexphone and the Lonely Wave when she was 20 years old. From then on her career took off like a shooting star. She became a popular VJ on Channel [V] and a competitor in the TV reality show Amazing Race.


    New Jet Tebow expects no troubles with Sanchez

    AFP, Published on 27/03/2012

    » Quarterback Tim Tebow doesn't believe that there will be any problems between him and Mark Sanchez following his high profile signing by the New York Jets.


    England rugby boss Lancaster outlines World Cup vision

    AFP, Published on 29/03/2012

    » Stuart Lancaster outlined his vision for England to win the 2015 Rugby World Cup on home soil after being appointed as the team's new permanent head coach here on Thursday.


    Do not pass

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 30/03/2012

    » The recent fight between BTS security guards and an Irish man over his daughter's balloons at Phrom Phong station produced one good thing. It's now etched in people's minds (probably for the first time) that innocent balloons are forbidden within the Skytrain system because they are inflammable and, therefore, considered a threat to passenger safety. There goes our plan to suck in helium and talk funny to pass time on the train.


    Lighting a fire under building safety codes

    News, Krissana Parnsoonthorn, Published on 28/03/2012

    » Thais can easily forget any incident in only a short period of time. Sometimes, it's good to do that but at other times it's not, as it looks like many problems are left without solving them at their roots.


    Australia talks up coal after BHP mine closure

    AFP, Published on 12/04/2012

    » Australia insisted mining investment remained robust Thursday after resources giant BHP Billiton said it would shut a loss-making coal mine that had been hit by a strike, falling prices and floods.

  • TECH

    Facebook lets users take more data home

    AFP, Published on 13/04/2012

    » Facebook on Thursday began letting members of the world's leading online community take more of their pictures, posts, messages and other data home with them.

  • LIFE

    Musical styles meet in Malaysia

    Life, John Clewley, Published on 17/04/2012

    » The Penang World Music Festival returned recently after a three-year break and World Beat was there from March 30 to April 1 to enjoy the reconstituted three-day music festival.

  • TECH

    Digital in demand

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 17/04/2012

    » Students of private universities may sometimes be viewed secondary to those from public colleges, but digital media graduates of Sripatum University have always shown their professional skills are ready for work in the industry.


    Cameron made right move in Myanmar

    News, Published on 15/04/2012

    » British Prime Minister David Cameron's visit to Myanmar on Friday has repeatedly been described as a ''landmark'' event because he is the first leader of a Western state to make the trip in many years, and not surprisingly he made good use of the momentous occasion to make a major announcement. Along with pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, Mr Cameron called for the suspension of economic sanctions which have been imposed by the European Union countries and the United States, Canada, Australia as well as a few other countries. The move is no surprise and comes sharply on the heels of the April 1 by-election which gave parliamentary seats to Mrs Suu Kyi and 42 other members of her National League for Democracy in a landslide win for the party.

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