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    50 hurt in train-truck collision

    Online Reporters, Published on 11/03/2012

    » More than 50 passengers and two train drivers were injured when a Bangkok-Yala special express train hit a six-wheeled oil truck at a railway crossing in Surat Thani's Phun Phin district on Sunday morning, reports said.


    Thanasak agrees with Thaksin's temple plan

    News, Published on 14/03/2012

    » Supreme Commander Thanasak Patimapakorn has agreed to a proposal by exiled former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra to jointly develop the 4.6sq km disputed border area around the Preah Vihear temple.


    Prisoner exchange may free activists

    News, Published on 15/03/2012

    » Thailand will discuss the possibility of exchanging prisoners with Cambodia to help bring two Thai activists back home, Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul said.


    Up close and personal

    Life, Peerawat Jariyasombat, Published on 15/03/2012

    » Driving to Vietnam on your own may sound a bit crazy, risky and time consuming. But it is a great way to learn about our neighbouring country up close and personal. Today, with more road links and less travel restrictions, it has become much easier to drive there from Thailand.


    Israel court to rule on 'Jesus' brother's casket'

    AFP, Published on 14/03/2012

    » An Israeli court is set to rule Wednesday in the case of an antiquities dealer accused of faking a host of spectacular relics including a casket said to hold the bones of Jesus's brother.


    Red Bull co-founder and Thai tycoon Chaleo dies

    AFP, Published on 17/03/2012

    » Billionaire Chaleo Yoovidhya, the co-founder of energy drink Red Bull and the second richest man in Thailand, died Saturday at the age of 89, a company spokeswoman said.

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    Saying it with smiles

    B Magazine, Ezra Kyrill Erker, Published on 18/03/2012

    » Western photography of Asia can be gritty, featuring people living in wretched conditions as a way to draw attention to their plights. But Thai photojournalist Bhanuwat Jittivuthikarn took a different approach to his subjects when he travelled the continent. "Yes there are many issues that require awareness, but I want to do it by showing a lighter side of humanity," he said.

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    Don't count out cookery of past in today's kitchens

    B Magazine, Suthon Sukphisit, Published on 18/03/2012

    » Every piece of cooking equipment used in homes or restaurants was invented to answer a special need. But over the years later versions that use newer technologies to make them cheaper, lighter or easier to clean and maintain have replaced the originals.


    Dawei feeling pains of development and displacement

    Spectrum, Published on 18/03/2012

    » Thi Cho had been having sleepless nights since a small fishing community not far from her home was relocated a week earlier to make way for the multi-billion-baht Dawei development project.

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    Thinking outside the box

    Guru, Pornchai Sereemongkonpol, Published on 16/03/2012

    » Sometimes it's easy to get frustrated with Thailand's lack of logic when it comes to problem solving. For example, we're constantly warned about the threat of Bangkok sinking, yet developers continue to build hotels, condos and shopping centres, eroding the urban landscape. Ask a student a question that requires critical thinking, and expect a blank stare in response. Politicians go on about making society better, when in reality all they do is give themselves undeserved pay rises and free iPhones.

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