Daily Archives: April 2, 2018

The Open Society Foundations and BRAC Sound Alarm for the Rohingya Ahead of Monsoon Season in Bangladesh

New York, April 02, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — George Soros and the Open Society Foundations today announced an emergency assistance fund of USD 10 million to help Rohingya people displaced…

Compuware’s New Automated Receive Order System Greatly Simplifies Ordering and Delivery of Maintenance

Represents Significant Step in the Common Install Initiative Spearheaded by Compuware in Collaboration with IBM and Other ISVs DETROIT, April 02, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — In its ongoing mission to…

Neuralstem Reports Year End 2017 Fiscal Results and Business Update

– Neuralstem Releases Full Data Set for NSI-189 MDD Trial Showing Patient Rated Outcome and Cognitive Benefits – Nature Medicine Paper Demonstrates Benefit of NSI-566 on Paralysis in Non-Human Primates…

Thai students score less than half by average in ONET exam

Mathayomsueksa 6 students have scored less than 50 out of 100 marks by average for all subjects in ONET (Ordinary National Education Test) examination for 2017 educational year.The average scores…

Malaysia Approves Anti-Fake News Bill Ahead of Elections

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA Malaysia’s parliament on Monday passed a new law prohibiting fake news that critics fear will be abused to silence dissent ahead of a general election.Despite criticism from…

Governor assures he won’t take action against student who drew the painting of former kings wearing face masks

Chiang Mai governor Pawin Chamniprasart said today (Monday) that he had no intention to find fault with the student who drew the painting depicting three former kings of Lanna wearing…

Statesman Foundation defends General Prem over 250,000-baht cheque

Chief of General Prem Tinsulanonda Statesman Foundation clarified today (Monday) that the 250,000 baht cheque which was issued for General Prem was meant for charity and not for the latter’s…

At least 94 people are implicated in cheating of fund for the destitute

As many as 94 people, including officials and civilians, were found to be involved in the cheating of fund for the Protection Center for the Destitute, said Lt-Col Kornthip Darote,…