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  • NEWS

    Students, office workers benefit from ANF programme

    News, Sukhumaporn Laiyok, Published on 02/04/2016

    » “The Power of Human Energy: A Journey Inspired by the King” at the Agri-Nature Foundation (ANF) counts among its participants foreign students and office workers eager to adopt the farming concept.

  • NEWS

    Farmers go back to the future to retain water

    News, Sukhumaporn Laiyok, Published on 02/04/2016

    » A small clay pot used in everyday cooking has provided the inspiration for an unusual method of ensuring not too much water, nor too little, reaches farmlands growing crops that need to be carefully monitored.

  • OPINION

    Wrong 'cure' for malaise

    News, Editorial, Published on 02/04/2016

    » Pre-school children need more support in early childhood education to have a better head start, particularly those in rural areas.

  • OPINION

    The baht’s to blame

    News, Postbag, Published on 02/04/2016

    » It’s pretty pathetic to see Thaksin Shinawatra and his allies accusing PM Prayut Chan-o-cha and the lack of Thai democracy for Thailand’s slow and sluggish economy when the economies of most countries in the world are on the decline.

  • OPINION

    The return of state-based absolutism

    News, Published on 02/04/2016

    » The military government, using Section 44 of the interim constitution, has mandated the creation of an Educational Reform Steering Committee, chaired by the education minister. This committee will supervise Thailand’s educational reforms through abolishing local Education Service Area offices and instead establishing Provincial Education Committees.

  • OPINION

    Giving us a bit of hope would be a real coup

    Kong Rithdee, Published on 02/04/2016

    » The military is riding red-hot TV ratings, proving once and for all that uniformed men are truly desirable. No, not the Thai military — sunburnt, humourless and eternally puzzled. I mean the South Korean military pretty boys, unblemished by war, unperturbed by earthquakes and other calamities — those military men in Descendants of the Sun, our Dear Leader Prayut Chan-o-cha's favourite show.

  • OPINION

    Anand Panyarachun’s political rules of engagement

    News, Ariane Kupferman-Sutthavong, Published on 02/04/2016

    » Former prime minister Anand Panyarachun gave a speech on Thai democracy at the Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand on March 23. The following is an abridged version of the Q and A session.

  • NEWS

    Djokovic downs Goffin to reach Miami final

    AFP, Published on 02/04/2016

    » MIAMI - World number one and defending champion Novak Djokovic advanced to the final of the ATP and WTA Miami Open on Friday by defeating Belgian 15th seed David Goffin 7-6 (7/5), 6-4.

  • TECH

    Pentagon announces new push for 'smart' fabrics

    AFP, Published on 02/04/2016

    » WASHINGTON - US Defense Secretary Ash Carter announced an initiative Friday to create smart textiles that one day could see tents made of power-generating fabric, running shoes as light as socks and uniforms that detect chemical and nuclear contamination.

  • OPINION

    The return of state-based absolutism

    News, Published on 02/04/2016

    » The military government, using Section 44 of the interim constitution, has mandated the creation of an Educational Reform Steering Committee, chaired by the education minister. This committee will supervise Thailand’s educational reforms through abolishing local Education Service Area offices and instead establishing Provincial Education Committees.

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