Monthly Archives: July 2010

press freedom

Thailand currently ranking on 130. of 175 countries on the Press Freedom Index compiled and published by Reporters Without Borders because in previous years the total number of countries in the list vary lets also compare the Notes/score Thailand got. … Continue reading

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moeny teh problem

Level field ‘key to equality reforms’ SEMINAR SAYS INEQUITY IN SHARING OF NATIONAL RESOURCES AT HEART OF CRISIS Published: 25/07/2010 at 12:00 AM Newspaper section: News The main focus of national reforms should be ensuring equal access to national resources, … Continue reading

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pongpat

http://www.bangkokpost.com/opinion/opinion/187892/pongpat-unwittingly-sparks-a-row-over-lese-majeste THINK PRAGMATIC Pongpat unwittingly sparks a row over lese majeste Published: 26/07/2010 at 12:00 AM Newspaper section: News My sympathy and moral support for Pongpat Watchirabanchong, aka Off. Pongpat Watchirabanchong has been ‘‘invited’’ by the police to explain his … Continue reading

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pongpat

Word father ‘not offensive to HM’ By The Nation Published on July 24, 2010 Referring to His Majesty as “father”, as singer Pongpat Wachirabanjong did during his acceptance speech at the Nataraj Awards, is polite and lacks ill or slanderous … Continue reading

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The pervasive power of external influence By Achara Deboonme The Nation Published on July 26, 2010 This week, actor Pongpat Wachirabanjong will be summonsed to hear his lese majeste charges and if he fails to show up after two summonses … Continue reading

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Chang Noi Reconciliation on action replay

Reconciliation on action replay By Chang Noi Published on July 26, 2010 The committees created in the cause of reconciliation have run into a lot of flak. For being too yellow in hue. For proposing to take far too long. … Continue reading

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students media

Students shun both extremes to opt for middle path Published: 22/07/2010 at 12:00 AM Newspaper section: News Those who walked around Ratchaprasong during the recent red shirt protests would have seen very few university students. Why did they sit this … Continue reading

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