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    Truth will soon emerge about Yaowapa

    Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 19/03/2013

    » Speculation is rife that our charming Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra may lose her job for incorrectly declaring her assets regarding a loan transaction, and that a member of the Shinawatra clan is being groomed to take her place.


    Khmer Rouge legacy lives on

    News, Published on 19/03/2013

    » The unlamented death in Phnom Penh last week of Ieng Sary is notable in several ways. During the 1,360 black days of Khmer Rouge rule in the late 1970s, Ieng Sary was the public face of the "Angka", the rightfully feared organisation that dictated every detail of every Cambodian's life and death. More recently, as a defendant, he became the centre of the shabby tribunal that has failed to provide either justice or closure for the battered nation.


    Locals hold key to peace

    News, Published on 19/03/2013

    » In ''First step in a long and difficult journey'' (Opinion, March 18), Veera Prateepchaikul writes that the government hopes the Barisan Revolusi Nasional will be able to persuade the insurgents to end their campaign of violence and join the southern peace process.


    Victims to pledging

    News, Published on 19/03/2013

    » There is no doubt about it. The rice pledging policy is overwhelmingly popular with rice farmers. Why shouldn't it be? The paddy price offered by the Thai Rice Association is only 10,500 baht a tonne when the price offered by the government is 15,000 baht. The market paddy price for Hom Mali jasmine rice is 15,000 a tonne while it is 20,000 baht from the government.


    We need smart debate, not a muzzle

    News, Atiya Achakulwisut, Published on 19/03/2013

    » As soon as I learned about the cancellation of the last episode of the programme Tob Jote on the constitutional monarchy by Thai PBS, I thought about one incident.


    Thailand is tourism's own worst enemy

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 19/03/2013

    » Thailand always sees itself as the tourism leader in Southeast Asia, with the industry's highest incomes in the region as well as a growing numbers of visitors _ it may reach 24 million this year. Despite the good news, the bad news is the country's Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Index (TTCI) has gradually dropped, according to the latest report from the World Economic Forum.

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