NARATHIWAT, Oct 25 - Security has been tightened here as today is the ninth anniversary of the Tak Bai incident to prevent any possible attacks in this restive southern province.

BANGKOK, Oct 25 – The Thai kingdom is in deep sorrow after the country’s revered 19th Supreme Patriarch passed away last night.

The Bank of Thailand (BoT) has predicted volatility in the money market due to the ongoing risk from the US extension of its debt ceiling.

Departure fees from all commercial airports in Thailand will be increased by Bt100, the Airports of Thailand (AoT) announced today.

BANGKOK, Oct 24 – High-end commercial complexes in Bangkok are in great demand among luxury goods retailers worldwide, according to a report by real estate service company Jones Lang Lasalle.

"Mnemonikos" in Greek means "of memory" or "remembering".

BANGKOK, Oct 24 – Relatives of victims in the 2010 political upheaval today vehemently attacked a parliamentary move for a blanket amnesty covering all those who  ordered and were involved in the crackdown against civil protesters.

NAKHON RATCHASIMA, Oct 25 – The flood situation in this northeastern province has gradually returned to normal though at least 100 million cubic metres of water has yet to be released into canals and reservoirs, the provincial governor said.

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Thai media rejects new Computer Bill

BANGKOK, Oct 25 – Five Bangkok-based media organisations have protested against the draft amendment to the 2007 Computer Crime Act which is to be proposed to the Cabinet by the Information and Communication Technology Ministry (ICT).

BANGKOK, Oct 24 – Pheu Thai leader Charupong Ruangsuwan said the ruling party was determined to pass the Amnesty Bill into law and, if it failed, the alternative was to issue a royal decree to fulfill the party’s desire.