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    Police must net 'big fish' too

    News, Editorial, Published on 05/11/2015

    » Former national police spokesman Pol Gen Prawut Thavornsiri has already resigned from the police service. This was confirmed by Pol Gen Chakthip Chaijinda who said the ex-spokesman tendered his resignation on Oct 29 to the office personnel registrar. He added that the resignation was not connected with the ongoing investigation into a gang of suspected lese majeste offenders who allegedly cited the monarchy for financial gain.


    Renewable energy a growth catalyst

    News, Csilla Kohalmi-Monfils, Published on 05/11/2015

    » In the next 20 years, energy demand in Southeast Asia will rise by more than 80%. Ongoing economic growth, the strong urbanisation trend, a growing middle class and a young population will drive this spectacular increase.


    Islamophobia casts shadow over historic Myanmar election

    News, Published on 05/11/2015

    » Standing before a glistening monastery, Myanmar's most infamous monk adjusts his saffron robe and then does something that would have seemed unthinkable a few years ago: He launches into the formerly untouchable Aung San Suu Kyi, accusing her of being lackadaisical about the threat Muslims pose to both the country's security and Buddhist traditions and values.


    Bittersweet effects of too much sugar

    Life, Kanokporn Chanasongkram, Published on 05/11/2015

    » I have a craving for crumble -- apple, strawberry, rhubarb -- any kind of fruity crumble that has become widely available at the many dessert cafes around Bangkok. It's just weird that someone like me with a sweet tooth has to queue up for a seat to enjoy a slice of delectable apple crumble.


    Fairness all-important to achieving genuine tax reform

    News, Wichit Chantanusornsiri, Published on 05/11/2015

    » Much-needed tax reform will not be achieved if the process fails to ensure fairness, a major cause of rampant tax evasion.


    Why bail out killers?

    News, Postbag, Published on 05/11/2015

    » The story “Cops hunt killer mother-in-law on the run” (BP, Nov 2) was intriguing, but the amazing part was that the woman on trial for murdering two people — who was found guilty and sentenced to death by two courts — was granted bail when she appealed against the sentence.

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