SPECIAL REPORT: The International Visual Artist Association of Thailand has held its 5th Art Exhibition at the National Gallery, showcasing more than 100 pieces of artwork by 57 Thai artists. The art works cover many varieties of themes including nature, human behavior, religion, and abstract.
BANGKOK, 16 May 2013 -- According to Mr. Robert Amsterdam, an attorney of the United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD), the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) has put Thailand's political situation under its close watch.
BANGKOK, 16 May 2013 -- Authorities at the Technology Crime Suppression Division (TCSD) say they are working around the clock to find the mastermind behind the attack of the Prime Minister's Office website, with the primary suspect remaining Mr. Narongrit Suksarn.
BANGKOK, 16 May 2013 – Education has been cited as a key to success in resolving problems in the southern border provinces, restoring peace, and helping in local development.
The Thai police have displayed the tactical capacity of its special weapons and tactics unit, the Arintharat special force, in a simulated hostage rescue scenario.
BANGKOK, 15 May 2013 Officials revealed that the first suspect called in for interrogation over the hacking of the Prime Minister's Office website had hacked into the site a few days before offensive messages and photographs referring to the prime minister were placed on the site.
BANGKOK, 15 May 2013 An accidental ignition of gunpowder blasted a house in Suphanburi that had been modified into a factory, killing all 3 people sitting at the back of the building.
BANGKOK, 15 May 2013 Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is ready to listen to certain group’s opposition to the THB530 billion flood prevention plans of the government.
CHIANG RAI, 15 May 2013 In a huge drug bust in Chang Rai, Soldier from Pha Muang Task Force seized over one million methamphetamine pills and 43 kilograms of crystal meth (ice), with a total street value of one billion baht.
Bangkok, 15 May 2013, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has distributed 120,000 motorcycle helmets to young students in the capital, in its bid to raise the city's safety standard.