Dissension against the ruling junta and its May 22 takeover, sparked by last week’s detention of five Khon Kaen University protestors, escalated Monday with student groups in Bangkok and Chiang Mai littering universities with anti-coup leaflets.
PHNOM PENH — Fire destroyed the city’s historic “old market” Monday, razing gutting about two-thirds of the market's 914 stalls, media reports said.
Some of the senior police officers arrested Sunday on lese majeste and bribery charges have been linked to oil smuggling and possibly violence in the far South, authorities said Monday.
A new Airbus landing in Bangkok and singer Taylor Swift receiving an award are among featured events on Nov 24, 2014.
The Mass Rapid Transit Authority will tap local sources to borrow more than 200 billion baht next year to fund construction of five electric railways, Pongpanu Svetarundra, deputy permanent secretary for finance, said Monday.
Krabi municipal authorities are not horsing around with road safety. They have decided motorists will see more than just a pedestrian on a crossing - they will see a zebra. A painted zebra, that is.
Yingluck Shinawatra said she knew from the day she became prime minister her administration would end up toppled from power in a military coup, just as her brother, Thaksin Shinawatra, was.
The Foreign Ministry plans to invite the United Nations' top human rights officer for the region to hear its explanation over why it arrested demonstrators who flashed the "three-finger salute", the ministry's spokesman said Sunday.
The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) has confirmed Thailand will have to build more coal-fired power plants to meet its energy needs since future supplies of natural gas are uncertain and renewable energy is expensive.
Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) chief Pongpat Chayaphan and seven other people including officers have been arrested on a number of serious charges, a police spokesman confirmed on Sunday.
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