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  • NEWS

    12 dead after two trains derail in India: official

    AFP, Published on 05/08/2015

    » NEW DELHI - Twelve people have been killed after two packed trains derailed while crossing a bridge hit by floods in central India overnight Wednesday, authorities said, highlighting again safety problems with the nation's crumbling railway network.


    Story from America: Bonding

    Published on 05/08/2015

    » There is nothing quite like a visit to a haunted house for bringing a group close together. Kittipak Tantichot explains why in part 3 of his 5-part series on his first year of school in the US.


    North Korean deal casts its shadow

    News, Christopher Hill, Published on 05/08/2015

    » It didn't take long, but, according to the Korea Central News Agency, the North Koreans are underwhelmed by the Iran nuclear deal — and thus unlikely to follow suit.


    TIP issue cannot die

    News, Editorial, Published on 05/08/2015

    » An unsettling and downright dangerous mood has followed last week's US Trafficking in Persons (TIP) report. That report, which left Thailand on the list of the world's worst countries for this issue, noted there is much to do on this subject. The general reaction, however, has been different. From Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on down, the country is rather pleased with its actions between April 1 and July 26, which are neither reflected nor reported in the US ratings. Thailand is also disgruntled about the unfairness of parts of the US process. This has led much too quickly to the insidious feeling that next year's TIP report will note the achievements, and let's move on.


    Keeping state public relations drives accountable

    News, Tippatrai Saelawong, Published on 05/08/2015

    » Many readers will have seen images of politicians or public servants displayed on gigantic billboards beside the country's roads. Not everyone will know that we, taxpayers, pay for these images and the messages they convey. They are an example of wasteful spending by the government on advertising and other communications. Mostly the interests they promote are private, not public. And you'll see them on TV, hear them on the radio and see them in the newspapers, as well as at big events.


    TFEX prepares for rubber futures trading

    Business, Nuntawun Polkuamdee, Published on 05/08/2015

    » The Thailand Futures Exchange (TFEX) expects to trade in rubber futures as its first agricultural derivative in the fourth quarter after passage of a legal amendment paving the way for a merger with the Agricultural Futures Exchange of Thailand (AFET).

  • LIFE

    Kaleidoscopic whirlpool of colour

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 05/08/2015

    » You can easily miss the turn into H Gallery Chiang Mai. A small road forks off the highway at Mae Rim, skirting along an irrigation canal, and a patchwork of verdant paddies, glistening in the July drizzle, opens up like a vision. At a curve as the road takes a slight dip downhill, there is a building covered with hanging vines and bursting flowers. A gallery snuck away in the middle of northern rice fields is not an anomaly but a continuation of Chiang Mai's vast possibility. There you go, a trip to the venue is already an attraction in itself.


    Emirates ups Bangkok A380 flights

    Business, Boonsong Kositchotethana, Published on 05/08/2015

    » Emirates is strengthening its A380 service between Bangkok and Dubai with the introduction of a fourth daily flight using the double-decker superjumbo jet from Dec 1.

  • TECH

    Worth the upgrade

    Life, Sasiwimon Boonruang, Published on 05/08/2015

    » Microsoft promises an entire new experience with the newly launched Windows 10, which is being delivered with the latest innovations and security updates.

  • TECH

    Driving a Smart City

    Life, Published on 05/08/2015

    » In an effort to help establish the fundamental causes of the birth, evolution and survival of key cities in the region, IDC Government Insights recently piloted its Smart City Evolution Index for Asia/Pacific, excluding Japan (APeJ).

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