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An elderly woman prays in front of a Buddha statue at a temple in Kuala Lumpur Wednesday. Hindus, Buddhists and Taoists will hold special prayers for greater religious freedom amid fears their rights in this Muslim-majority nation are increasingly under threat, an official said.// AFP PHOTO/BILLION LIM

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Thaksin's lawyer's accusation dismissed

The Council for National Security (CNS) spokesman, Colonel Sensern Kaewkamnerd Tuesday dismissed as "groundless" an accusation from a lawyer to deposed prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra that a wife of the CNS chief took "kickbacks" from Channel 5's programming.



Junta defends pay rise

The junta Wednesday defended themselves from a controversial pay rise saying that that the budget is allocated from the budget of the CNS.



Thai PM seeks business leaders' help over Japan FTA

TOKYO - Thailand's army-installed premier on Wednesday urged business leaders to help persuade the Thai public of the benefits of a free-trade deal with Japan, which has been the target of street protests.



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CNS and Surayud: inconvenient marriage


Kavi Chongkittavorn, Nation Multimedia Group assistant editor-in-chief who is a foreign affairs expert, has explained the sour relationship between Prime Minister Surayud Chulanont and the junta.






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PM IN TOKYO
Thaksin will be pinned down, Surayud claims

'Closing in on the final chapter' of ex-PM's career; FTA with Japan finally signed






Songkran revelries to go on for five days
The Cabinet agreed yesterday to extend this year's Songkran festival, which was originally set down as a four-day break from Friday April 13 until Monday April 16, for an extra day.






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INKING OF JTEPA
Protesters dub the pact 'exploitative'

Rally in Bangkok; PM lauds accord as an 'FTA plus'



Two local firms targeted


Ocean Property delays five projects


Banyan Tree spreads roots worldwide

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CONSTITUTION
Citizen Development Fund on the cards

Drafters agree to scheme to promote grassroots politics and democracy



iTV saga a crowd favourite


Reprieve for Loxley on security


Pay rise for officials in CNS

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BURNING ISSUE
Education mess is repeated every year ad nauseam

Incompetence and inefficiency have combined to deprive thousands of children of sound schooling



PAD set to meet to assess govt, PTV


Cabinet to speed up vetting of laws


Probe call over deals

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Kingdom are well prepared to host premier university Games
[UNIVERSIADE] The official opening of the 24th Bangkok Universiade was announced yesterday, in a sign that hosts Thailand are well-prepared to host this international event between August 8 and 18.



Tamarine shows feet of clay in opening round


Hi-Tech seal spot in King's Cup semis

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EDITORIAL
Society must learn democratic basics

Over-reliance on powerful institutions to guarantee a working democracy is myopic and self-destructive



Why Ample Rich deserves to be in the 'Guinness World Records'


Thailand's democracy on the mend

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