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They explained that the official had complied with a verdict by the Administrative Court in 2010 that the project's cancellation was legitimate and the officials involved were not legally required to pay Bt1.2 billion in compensation as demanded by P
Taipei, June 29 (CNA) About 2,000 people flocked to downtown Taipei for the Canada Day festival, which featured fine arts, live music, food and sports ahead of Canada 's national day on July 1. The carnival, celebrating Canada 's 146th birthday, was
The hotel occupies the top two storeys of the crumbling, neoclassical building in Ipoh's Old Town. Original flaking paint and dilapidated brickwork frame raw cement floors and scarred old floorboards...It's the work of Ipoh-born landscape architect
South Australian roads are expected to net an added $22 million in revenue next financial year, Police Minister Michael O'Brien said...Robert Hadley "cannot believe" he has to pay $300 a dose for a treatment for thinning bones that costs women just $
Narong said commissioner Prasart Pongsiwapai fell ill and was admitted to Phayathai 2 Hospital on Sunday night, so the agency lacked a quorum. Sudarat was accused of being involved in alleged irregularities in the procurement of computers worth Bt821
Global investment is now focused on Myanmar, Mongolia and Mozambique, three resource-rich countries referred to as the M3. But Mr Supachai urges caution before putting money into Myanmar, saying it is not ready for foreign investment. "If you ask me,
Taipei, June 24 (CNA) The Canada Day celebration to be held in Taipei later this week will allow visitors to get up close and personal with Canadian fine arts, live music, food and sports, according to the organizers.
She was cleared by the Administrative Court's ruling in 2010 that the computer cancellation was for the civil service's benefit, she said...Sudarat would be held responsible for alleged irregularities in the computer deal. The ruling was postponed
Party president Tan Sri Peter Chin declined to reveal who there were but agreed they were "quite senior members." "After the general election, we received more complaints against certain personalities, relating to what happened in the constituencies.
Sudarat decision Chanikarn Phumhiran The Nation June 21, 2013 1:00 am The National Anti-Corruption Commission has postponed its decision on corruption allegations against former public health minister Sudarat Keyuraphan to Tuesday. Klanarong Chanthik