BANGKOK, June 19 – Thai Airways International (THAI) is revising its travel packages to Japan following the island country's waiving of visa requirements for Thai visitors, a senior executive said today.
UBON RATCHATHANI, June 17 - The number of dengue fever patients in Thailand’s lower northeastern provinces is four times higher in the first five months of this year compared to last year.
Employing painting skills to portray phenomena both political and natural, a Thai artist achieves his ultimate aim to transform his own perspective to colourful art pieces.
BANGKOK, June 17 – Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung today rejected an allegation that he failed to pay the full tax for his Rolls Royce.
BANGKOK, June 18 – The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) today announced that 264 of 300 Mercedes Benz sedans it inspected were illegally imported.
BANGKOK, June 17 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said today that several factors led to the ruling Pheu Thai party’s defeat in yesterday’s by-election in Don Mueang constituency.
BANGKOK, June 17 – Opposition Democrat candidate Tankhun Chitt-issara won the by-election in Don Mueang constituency yesterday, edging out his contender from the ruling Pheu Thai party, Yuranant Pamornmontri, by more than 2,000 votes.
BANGKOK, June 18 – Thailand’s four state-run media agencies will be allowed to continue operating free-to-air TV analogue broadcasting for the next five years, according to a decision by the National Broadcasting Committee (NBC).
BANGKOK, June 18 – The International Monetary Fund (IMF) warned Thailand to be prepared for inflation and vulnerability from capital flows which may add uncertainty to Thai economy outlook.