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    Bangkok Post editorial cartoons: February 2012

    Bangkok Post, Published on 27/02/2012

    » This is a compilation of Bangkok Post editorial cartoons for the whole of February 2012.


    Trying to stop vital thought

    News, Published on 27/02/2012

    » A teacher in Phitsanulok province made a decision to test his students last week. He is paying a heavy price for the audacious step of actually asking his students to think. The teacher, who has not been named in the media, ran afoul of the provincial red shirt political supporters.


    High cost of pollution

    News, Published on 27/02/2012

    » Nearly every year at the same time, pollution in Chiang Mai and other northern provinces reaches an intolerable level. Part of it is ''primary'', meaning that it is coming from the fires lit by local farmers to prepare their fields. Another part is ''secondary'', such as ozone which is produced by the chemical reaction of nitrogen dioxide (coming from cars and industrial pollutants) and stagnant air.


    Thai Rath Comment

    News, Published on 27/02/2012

    » The Yingluck government's push for a new constitution is raising political temperatures.


    'Big fish' can't see the forests

    News, Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 27/02/2012

    » Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said in her weekly "Yingluck government meets the people" TV programme that her government would heed His Majesty the King's advice given to members of the Strategic Formulation Committee for Water Resources Management during an audience at Siriraj hospital on Friday.


    Drunk with power, or just plain ...

    News, Saritdet Marukatat, Published on 27/02/2012

    » 'Thank you Khun Chalerm for pulling me out of the public limelight, at least for a while. I really need a break from defending my case on Facebook. And what you did on Friday was superb. It helped me a lot."


    Language of frustration

    Life, Usnisa Sukhsvasti, Published on 27/02/2012

    » It's been slightly over a month since former British prime minister Tony Blair flew in and gave the "2012 Speaking English Year" programme a boost by giving some local schoolchildren a short tutorial in pronunciation.

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