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A group of Chulalongkorn University lecturers march on Thursday in the university's compound, calling for the country's leader to have more moral.

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Prison revolt ends

Inmates of Nakhon Si Thammarat prison who seized the prison on Thursday ended their revolt after Corrections Department chief Natthee Jitsawang promised to investigate their claims some guards assaulted them.



"I'll forgive you if you apologise." : Thamarak

Caretaker Defence Minister Thamarak Isarangura extended an olive branch on Thursday designed to end the row over the proposed military lineup.



Dee Dok Madan in coma after asthma attack

Famous comedian Supakorn "Dee Dok Madan" Srisawat went into a coma on Thursday following an asthma attack that caused him to stop breathing and his heart to stop for 15 minutes.






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OCTOBER 6 ANNIVERSARY
Young cartoonists draw comparison to woes in South

About 80 per cent of the entries, including the winners at a cartoon contest commemorating the 30th anniversary of the October 6, 1976, student uprising expressed concern about the problems in the South, said the contest's judges.






Fruit and veggies 'crucial' for cardiovascular health
More than half of all Thais do not eat enough fruit and vegetables, which increases the risk of getting a cardiovascular disease, a public health official warned yesterday.






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LARGE RETAILERS
'Aggressive expansion must stop'

Preecha threatens tough rules if MoU not signed



New banking rules will cut dividends


Developer's Bt4-bn master plan


Hino expects continued leadership of commercial-truck market

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HAPPINESS SURVEY
Bangkokians least content of all Thais

Isaan folk still happiest; money not the answer



Chulalongkorn unveils latest scanner


Five arrested in police swoop


Floodwaters could swamp capital

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BURNING ISSUE
Testing issues loom for next govt

Political reform and leadership will be key concerns of whoever wins the election



Prem urges all to be good


Tense times at work, at home for Thaksin


Monson to file new suit today

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TENNIS
DANAI THE GIANT-KILLER

Thai does a Goliath, enters quarter-final



Bangkok swimmers smash more records


Coria out of Thailand Open


Uphill task for Thai taekwondo team

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EDITORIAL
Old habits die hard in China

Tightening controls on foreign media contradicts the country's aspirations to become a respected global power



Is the deep South effectively without a premier?


Letter from Ireland: benefits of Thailand getting to know the Emerald Isle numerous for both sides

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