Poll brings new promises for bumpy Thai rural economy - The Straits Times

Poll brings new promises for bumpy Thai rural economy  The Straits Times

Although private consumption and private investment grew in January, key sections of the population still appear to be struggling, making bread and butter ...

Thai junta scrambles for seats - The Asean Post

Thai junta scrambles for seats  The Asean Post

The Khunpleums support Phalang Pracharath, the party of the Thai junta which is scheming a return as a civilian government.

Man of Zeal: #SupermanBangkok champions voting ahead of Thai poll - Rappler

Man of Zeal: #SupermanBangkok champions voting ahead of Thai poll  Rappler

Dressed in a Superman suit with a red cape flowing behind him, a sweaty David Pfizenmaier jogs through Bangkok's standstill traffic and stops to unfurl a sign: 'If ...

Hellcouch — Your butt releases demons trapped in a couch - VentureBeat

Hellcouch — Your butt releases demons trapped in a couch  VentureBeat

In Hellcouch, your butt is the input mechanism for a game. When the couch light goes on, you sit on the appropriate cushion to release a demon.

Hellcouch — Your butt releases demons trapped in a couch - VentureBeat

Hellcouch — Your butt releases demons trapped in a couch  VentureBeat

In Hellcouch, your butt is the input mechanism for a game. When the couch light goes on, you sit on the appropriate cushion to release a demon.

The Haunting of Hacker House - WIRED

The Haunting of Hacker House  WIRED

How tales of Edward Snowden and Albert Gonzalez possess an old Victorian in the Catskills.

Brazil's new president signals better relations with the US - WSBT-TV

Brazil's new president signals better relations with the US  WSBT-TV

WASHINGTON (AP) — The president of Brazil made an unusual visit to CIA headquarters and later spoke of his admiration for the United States on the second ...

Voters in Thailand head to elections for first time since military coup - Business Standard

Voters in Thailand head to elections for first time since military coup  Business Standard

About 51 million people are set to vote in Thailand's general election after almost five years under a military government that's now looking to bring its leader ...

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