In today's photo gallery, we feature an 'out-of-place' power pole, an activist monk at a police station, Lady Gaga and the Grumpy Cat.
Applications for investment privilege through the Board of Investment dropped 48% year-on-year in January, a situation anticipated by the agency.
Making merit at a temple with money borrowed from a co-operative set up in that same temple's compound so that you can go to heaven or find after-life happiness appears to be Mongkhol Setthi Credit Union Co-operative's marketing gimmick.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha's decision last week to defer the 21st round of bidding for petroleum exploration and production concessions for three months until laws are amended has signalled that public pressure has grown too much to be ignored.
Continuing our series on ordinary people often overlooked by the wider public, Life observes the day's work of a psychiatric nurse and ponders the current state of mental health services in Thailand.
Thailand's renowned classical guitarist and world champion Ekachai "Bird" Jearakul tells the Bangkok Post of his inspiration to pick up a guitar at age 13, an instrument that was "extremely difficult" to obtain, his past challenges, what it takes to succeed and what his future holds. — Jetjaras Na Ranong
A large haul of illegal weapons was seized Sunday in raids on influential figures in 80 locations throughout Nakhon Si Thammarat province.
Thai tourism operators are urged to woo Muslim visitors as many markets in Europe are likely to shrink this year as a result of the EU's economic problems.
Japan's Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group (MUFG) is still keen to acquire assets in Southeast Asia region after its purchase of a 76.88% stake in Bank of Ayudhya (BAY).
City Hall is vowing to carry on with its street clean-up despite a clash between a street vendor and a city inspector which left the official with stab wounds.
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