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    Bad karma or irresponsible?

    Life, Usnisa Sukhsvasti, Published on 02/04/2012

    » The Songkran holiday season is just around the corner and the police are getting ready for the regular statistics update, a recurring activity every new year and Songkran.


    AIT charting new territory

    News, Published on 21/04/2012

    » The Asian Institute of Technology strongly objects to the comments and generalisations made by Prof John Belcher (''AIT has lost its way'', Postbag, April 4), all of which have been made without any substance.


    Splashed to death

    News, Published on 16/04/2012

    » Yesterday, I saw two guys on a motorbike approaching one of those small roadside groups armed with hoses, water guns and buckets of water. One of the group with a bucket stepped further into the road to throw the water and the motorbike veered away straight into the path of an oncoming car on the other side of the road. Injured, but thankfully not killed.


    Putting people in another perspective

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 10/04/2012

    » Blame it on the local media which has shaped a stereotype of Myanmar people as vicious killers. For years Thai media has reported news of Myanmar employees or maids killing their Thai employers, presenting them as violent people.


    Keep Chalerm out of it

    News, Published on 19/04/2012

    » Regarding ''This is not a war on Thais'' (BP, April 18).


    Welcome to the land of queues, please stand by

    News, Roger Crutchley, Published on 18/03/2012

    » One thing the current immigration woes at Suvarnabhumi have highlighted is that no one likes to stand in queues, be it at airports, banks, buffets or bathrooms.


    Public transport, the bane of commuters

    News, Published on 10/03/2012

    » Re: ''Girl's death costs bus firms B10m'' (BP, March 9). It is sad to find out that an Abac student fell from a bus in 2004 while standing near the exit. In an attempt to beat a red light on Ramkhamhaeng Road, the bus driver had failed to shut the door.


    Motorcycle taxis saddled with problems

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 09/02/2012

    » Motorcycle taxi drivers have had to contend with extortion gangs for as long as we have had this convenient mode of transport shuttle us around to beat the city's horrendous traffic jams.


    Don't just keep relying on luck

    News, Thitinan Pongsudhirak, Published on 17/02/2012

    » Faraway tensions from the precarious brinkmanship in the Middle East have reached Thai soil with the apparent terrorist bungle in central Bangkok. The government of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra continues to deny international terrorist presence in Thailand, but the weight of evidence increasingly points to the contrary. Thailand is a soft target among third-country theatres of operation. Unless the Thai authorities beef up their security measures and conduct deft diplomacy in the near term, the risk of this easygoing country degenerating from a transit point for illicit crimes to an outright staging ground of international terrorist violence will grow.


    As ever a tourist, not terrorist, haven

    News, Arglit Boonyai, Published on 18/02/2012

    » By now the bombings that occurred on Sukhumvit 71 on Tuesday have become old news. So has the fact that those responsible made a complete and utter mess of whatever their plan was. Whatever you believe their intention was, terrorism, assassination, general mayhem, I think we can all agree these incompetent bombers never intended to destroy their rented home, attack a taxi driver and blow off their own legs. That just wasn't the plan.

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