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    Negligence suspected in SCB gas leak, arrest warrants issued (Updated)

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 15/03/2016

    » Police have cited negligence as one possible cause of a deadly accident at the head office of Siam Commercial Bank in the capital on Sunday night. Meanwhile, two arrest warrants have been approved


    A not so straightforward affair

    Life, Published on 15/03/2016

    » It was that time of year again when the Elle/Elle Men Fashion Week buzz hit town. The iconic white tent in front of CentralWorld may have been on hiatus, but the stylish crowd were in for new vibes this season, with Central Embassy playing as host venue. The P-shaped runway was a first and made each model's strutting ground less of a straightforward affair. Running from Friday to Sunday with a total of nine shows, pioneering names, popular favourites, as well as a retailer (Uniqlo!) stomped down this year's curiously angled catwalk to show their spring/summer collections.     


    Evolution of enterprise risk management

    Business, Published on 15/03/2016

    » Given the state of enterprise risk management (ERM) from our experience with Thai companies, there are a lot of opportunities to evolve ERM to create greater relevance, performance and value. For all organisations, an important starting point is to clearly define or review the purpose of the ERM programme and its value proposition to key stakeholders.


    5 seconds in Bangkok

    Life, Pattramon Sukprasert, Published on 15/03/2016

    » Looking around Impact Arena Hall during the 5 Seconds of Summer (5SOS) concert on Tuesday night, I felt like I was at an orientation for an international secondary school. A few of the teen audience even had their parents chaperoning them.


    Seeing the light

    Life, Melalin Mahavongtrakul, Published on 15/03/2016

    » Along the 3.5km-long waterfront promenade of Marina Bay in Singapore, 25 light art installations are scattered as part of the "i Light Marina Bay 2016" -- the 4th edition of the light festival that aims to be both striking and sustainable. The festival has been held every two years since 2010, and will be hosted as an annual event from this year onward.


    Preaching compassion

    Life, Yvonne Bohwongprasert, Published on 15/03/2016

    » Terry Meeuwsen, a former Miss USA and founder of Orphan's Promise Foundation, practises what she preaches.


    Lessons of history are still relevant

    News, Aidan McQuade, Published on 15/03/2016

    » In 1938, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt effectively ended child labour in the United States by prohibiting its use in interstate commerce. He couldn't outlaw the use of child labour in production because working age laws are determined at the state level. So he solved the problem in a realm he did control: trade.


    Catching it early

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 15/03/2016

    » Despite years of campaigns and education to raise public awareness regarding colorectal cancer and its screening method, a number of Thai people still prefer to sweep the issue under the rug.


    Regulation hits 3D printers

    Business, Suchit Leesa-nguansuk, Published on 15/03/2016

    » A group of 3D printer manufacturers have urged the Commerce Ministry to revise a new import regulation concerning the rapidly emerging printing products, saying it could make Thailand's technology-based development less competitive.


    B10m allotted for biomass corn pellets

    Business, Yuthana Praiwan, Published on 15/03/2016

    » The Energy Conservation Fund has allocated 10 million baht to the Energy Ministry and Chiang Mai University (CMU) to study a pilot project to build a machine that produces corn pellets from biomass.

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