CHIANG MAI, Feb 28 – Caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said today that she would rather die in the name of democracy than tearing the Constitution.
BANGKOK, 28 February 2014 A three-day exhibition on digital television has been launched by the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), with an aim to give the public all necessary information about the new system.
The rice pledging scheme time frame cannot be extended after its last day on Friday as this would be in violation of the charter, according to the Commerce Minister Niwatthamrong Bunsongphaisan.
BANGKOK, 28 February 2014 Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s lawyer has expressed confidence that the premier will be cleared of corruption charges relating to the government's rice-pledging scheme.
BANGKOK, 28 February 2014 The Center for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) is under tight security with vigilant officials checking those who enter the premises.
KHON KAEN 28 February 2014 Khon Kaen’s drought situation remains on watch; while growing water shortages are a serious concern in many parts of the province.
TRAT 28 February 2014 The Trat Provincial Livestock Office has given the green light to moves towards the better production of livestock in the region in order to benefit local farmers who raise animals as a business.
BANGKOK, 28 February 2014 28 people remain hospitalized due to violent incidents occurring at political demonstrations and 20 people have so far lost their lives since violence began in late November, according to Bangkok City Hall's emergency medical service center.
The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration's Erawan Center revealed on Thursday that the number of injured people who remained at hospital dropped from 32 to 28. Since the violence at Ramkhamhaeng University on 30 November, there had been 722 injuries and 20 fatalities arising from violence at political rally sites.
According to figures posted by the center, nobody was injured from the M79 grenade attacks on the Center for Maintaining Peace and Order and the Thai PBS television station on Vipihawadi-Rangsit Road on Wednesday.
BANGKOK, 28 February 2014 The Center for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO) has refuted allegations that it used as much as 10 billion baht in budget over the 33 days since the agency's establishment.
BANGKOK, 28 February 2014 The Election commission has insisted that the upcoming meeting to discuss solutions to the troublesome 28 electoral constituencies be held in Songkhla as planned and the venue will not be relocated.