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    The long road to mercy

    Spectrum, Father Joe Maier, Published on 19/02/2012

    » Seven, she favours that number. She's seven times seven years of age and has been "Mother Gung" to our HIV/Aids kids under seven for seven years now. It's been, she says, "a long journey, and I choose to stay".


    Keep on smiling

    News, Roger Crutchley, Published on 19/02/2012

    » There was a news report recently that Thai people are not as happy as they once were, and the Land of Smiles is becoming a Land of Frowns. From my observations, they certainly might not be as happy, but have not quite reached the stage of Les Miserables. There are still plenty of smiles to savour.


    'Lin-tense' war of words between Taiwan, China

    AFP, Published on 19/02/2012

    » New NBA sensation Jeremy Lin has sparked a war of words between Taiwan and China as the rivals seek to lay claim to being the New York Knicks player's true ancestral homeland.


    Vicious attack severs ex-soldier's hopes

    News, Wassana Nanuam, Published on 23/02/2012

    » If it were not for the bomb blast that hit him four years ago, Mangkornthong Limprasertkul might have joined the Army Non-commissioned Officer School and become a young corporal.

  • LIFE

    Short,bitter and sweet

    Life, Yanapon Musiket, Published on 23/02/2012

    » Yes, a lot did happen this month of February, the shortest month of the year, and we have witnessed both good and bad news. The return of the forever-young queen of pop music Madonna to the throne kicked off this month with joy and excitement, especially among the gay community, who admire the legendary star as a gay icon. With her first single released, Give Me All Your Luvin' from her 12th studio album titled MDNA, Madonna also collaborated with top gay favourite artists such as Nicki Minaj and M.I.A. The YouTube video clip of Madonna's unforgettable performance during the 46th Super Bowl half-time show went viral and marked the start of her promising comeback to the music scene. Rumour has it, Madonna will be touring the world and Bangkok is on the list!


    Sad story of disabled soldier

    Jon Fernquest, Published on 23/02/2012

    » With more than 4,300 killed in the South since 2004, bomb or gunshot injuries have disabled many more who often must rely on their family.

  • TECH

    US tries its luck easing online gambling stand

    AFP, Published on 01/03/2012

    » Despite a new crackdown on Internet gambling this week, the US government appears to be easing its stand on many forms of online betting, prompting states to swing into action to tap a new revenue source.


    DSI takes up bank, student loans cases

    News, King-oua Laohong, Published on 02/03/2012

    » The Department of Special Investigation's special cases committee yesterday agreed to take up four new cases, including one in which the Bangkok Bank's computer system was hacked with lese majeste messages posted on its website.


    Soft loans eyed for good borrowers

    Business, Published on 06/03/2012

    » The Finance Ministry is mulling the provision of soft loans to responsible clients of state banks as a reward along the lines of the debt moratorium scheme for farmers, saying good clients should receive a good rate too.


    Muramoto kin get payout

    News, Published on 07/03/2012

    » The government yesterday agreed to pay compensation to the family of Japanese photographer Hiroyuki Muramoto who was killed during the anti-government protests in 2010.

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