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    Lonely voices still seeking justice

    Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 20/04/2012

    » Two people from opposite sides of the colour-coded political divide who each lost a loved one in the May 2010 political violence in Bangkok ironically share a common view in opposing the reconciliation plan now being pushed by Pheu Thai Party and fugitive former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra.


    Simple and classical Italian design

    Life, Prapai Kraisornkovit, Published on 29/03/2012

    » Italian luxury watchmaker Officine Panerai yesterday officially opened its first boutique in Bangkok on the M level of Siam Paragon shopping centre. Flown in specially for the occasion was Angelo Bonati, CEO of Officine Panerai.


    Potty training

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 20/04/2012

    » Six profound ways toilets have shaped the course of Thai history


    Rare Egyptian scrolls found in Australian collection

    AFP, Published on 21/04/2012

    » A British historian said Saturday he had unearthed a trove of Egyptian Book of the Dead fragments by a top ancient official after chancing upon a scrap on show in an Australian museum.


    Dishonoured pledge

    News, Published on 23/04/2012

    » Your article ''Minimum wage 'will go national' _ Government vows to honour B300 pledge next year'' (April 21) is a perfect example of politicians trying to claim credit for something while doing nothing.

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    Dining to success

    Life, Vanniya Sriangura, Published on 19/03/2012

    » Narong Lertkitsiri, chief executive officer of Toray International Thailand, has been in the textile industry for almost three decades.

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    Seat of Tranquility

    Life, Published on 19/03/2012

    » This photograph was taken at Wat Chalong in Phuket, one of the most visited temples on the island by locals and tourists alike. My eye was caught by this elderly lady who had likely already visited the sites at the temple and was now taking time to relax and catch her breath, and probably waiting for others who had brought her here this day. With shoes half off, empty rice sticks beside her, and gazing at nothingness, this pose speaks a thousand words about this lady's satisfaction with the day out, and her ability to now turn off and enjoy the tranquility of the location and shade provided by an ancient tree in the middle of the grounds.


    Historic canal feels the pressure of modern life

    News, Supoj Wancharoen, Published on 31/03/2012

    » Almost 500 years ago, a royal command was issued for a canal to be dug through a land plot in front of an area that is currently the Tha Phrachan campus of Thammasat University.


    City moves to examine older roads

    News, Published on 20/03/2012

    » The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration will use ultrasound to check older roads in the capital to ensure their safety following the collapse of part of Rama IV Road on Sunday night.


    Army asked to keep troops at Preah Vihear

    News, Published on 21/03/2012

    » A Thai territory protection network has demanded that the Second Army pledge not to withdraw troops from disputed land near the Preah Vihear temple.

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