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    Chisora predicts eight round win over Klitschko

    AFP, Published on 10/01/2012

    » Britain's Dereck Chisora has promised to knock Vitali Klitschko out in eight rounds when the pair clash for the Ukrainian's World Boxing Council (WBC) heavyweight title in Berlin next month.


    Sompong kicked off national team

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 18/01/2012

    » Drink-driving and football don’t mix, says national team coach Winfried Schaefer, as he tells Sompong Soleb that his days with the Thai team are over.


    Ministers to meet King Monday

    Published on 20/01/2012

    » The new cabinet of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will be formally sworn in on Monday before His Majesty the King, reports said on Friday.


    King's stomach infection eases

    News, Published on 21/01/2012

    » His Majesty the King's general condition has improved with an easing of the inflammation of the diverticulum of the large intestine, the Royal Household Bureau announced yesterday.


    Outlaws on the Mekong

    News, Published on 28/01/2012

    » The brutal murders of 13 Chinese crew members of two Chinese-flagged boats on the Mekong River on Oct 5 last year are discouraging many sailors who fear they could be the next victims.


    Temple tourism resurges after flood

    Life, Pichaya Svasti, Published on 09/02/2012

    » At weekends, Wat Phananchoeng Worawihan in Ayutthaya province is still crowded with Thai and foreign worshippers and tourists all day after last year's big flood. Hundreds of people were spotted paying respect to the presiding Buddha statue, Phra Buddhatrairattananayok, during the half an hour we spent there on a recent trip. The situation was similar at eight other temples in Ayutthaya and two neighbouring provinces we visited. Visiting temples in flood-hit areas is an opportunity for us to learn how many temples coped with the disaster and why a few were spared by the floodwater.


    Jatuporn: "US intelligence says coup possible"

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 09/02/2012

    » Red-shirt co-leader Jatuporn Prompan says latest coup warning serious enough for reds to mobilise.

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    The amazing race

    B Magazine, Ezra Kyrill Erker, Published on 12/02/2012

    » 'The Race" at HOF Art's A+789 studio at Silom Galleria is an exhibition featuring four emerging artists exploring the theme of human existence. They use different media and have contrasting styles and approaches in their aim to present portrayals of the human condition.


    A plague of legal scholars seeking to subvert ethics

    News, Thirasant Mann, Published on 18/02/2012

    » Nitirat is not pronounced "nitty rat" and does not mean "a rat with nits (baby lice)". The word, derived from Pali and Sanskrit, translates as "ethics of the citizenry" and in today's parlance means political science. In Thai, it is written one way (Nitirasadorn) and pronounced another (Nitiraad), giving one the impression that what you see isn't quite what you get. Which makes it an apt name for the group of lecturers whose recent lallations about the lese majeste law have caused alarm in certain quarters and made people wonder what's brewing in the political pot. So let us tackle Nitirat head-on, questioning it as we would an individual whose motives are suspect.


    Scoring political points at the public's expense

    News, Published on 18/02/2012

    » Re: ''Govt whitewashing bombings'' (BP, Feb 17).

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