BANGKOK, 14 January 2014 National flag carrier Thai Airways International (THAI) has confirmed that all flights are operating as usual without delays despite the current demonstrations across Bangkok while reminding passengers to arrive at the airport 4 hours in advance.
YALA, 15 January 2014 Although the People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) were rallying in front of the city hall, civil servants and other staff at Yala City Hall continued working at their office.
BANGKOK, 14 January 2014 The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) is set to make a decision this January 16 whether charges will be lodged against individuals alleged to have committed fraud in the rice pledging scheme.
BANGKOK, 14 January 2014 Interior minister Charupphong Ruangsuwan has urged the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) to explain the allegations that it facilitates the anti-government mass rallies, saying the BMA should make it clear which side it is on.
BANGKOK, 14 January 2014 The Election Commission (EC) has reported that the overseas absentee voting is being conducted smoothly in 67 countries, with no irregularities or disturbances found to date.
BANGKOK, 14 January 2014 Deputy Prime Minister Pongthep Thepkarnchana calls on the Election Commission (EC) to discuss the election postponement with the government but predicts that the two parties might not reach a conclusion after the discussion.
BANGKOK, 14 January 2014 The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has made known that since Monday, over 1,600 protesters have been seeking medical treatment from the city hall’s mobile units.
BANGKOK, 14 Jan 2014 The People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) has affirmed that it will not lay siege on the Stock Exchange of Thailand (SET), the Aeronautical Radio of Thailand (AEROTHAI), and other transportation hubs.
BANGKOK, 14 Jan 2014 Transport Minister Chadchart Sittipunt is calling on the Student and People Network for Thailand's Reform (NSPRT) protesters not to seize the Aeronautical Radio of Thailand Limited (AEROTHAI).
BANGKOK, Jan 14 - Thailand's Election Commission (EC) will not attend the government-initiated forum tomorrow to discuss a proposed delay of the Feb 2 general election, a member said today.