BANGKOK, June 20 - Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Thursday assigned the Attorney General to appeal to the Supreme Administrative Court against the lower court ruling ordering her advisor Thawil Pliensri's return to the National Security Council.
BANGKOK, June 19 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra vowed to take “ultimate” legal action against those found cheating in the rice pledging scheme.
BANGKOK, June 19 - National Security Council (NSC) chief said Wednesday that security agencies are keeping a close watch on persons who raise suspicion by frequent travel between the capital and the restive South following last month’s bomb blast in the Ramkhamhaeng area.
BANGKOK, June 20 - Industry Minister Prasert Boonchaisuk said today the ministry plans to promote the second phase of the government's eco-car promotion policy following the success of the first phase promotion.
BANGKOK, June 20 – Thai farmers are up in arms over the government’s decision to reduce the rice pledging price by Bt3,000 per tonne and vowed today to submit a letter of protest to the prime minister.
BANGKOK, June 19 – The National Anti-Corruption Committee (NACC) will be asked to investigate alleged irregularities in the government’s recent auctions for the Bt350 billion water management projects, the opposition Democrat Party said today.
BANGKOK, June 19 - Thailand's army chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha is visiting the restive southern province of Pattani today to inspect security operations in the insurgency-torn region. He urged local residents not to travel at night if not necessary.
YALA, June 19 – A bombing here killed one police officer and wounded six others while they were on routine patrol on Tuesday night.
Thailand will achieve a 6 percent growth in exports if the baht is stabilized and moves alongside regional currencies, Federation of Thai Industries (FTI) chairman Payungsak Chartsuthipol said last week.
Minister of the Prime Minister’s Office Varathep Ratanakorn insisted that losses from the government’s rice pledging scheme were not as high as Bt260 billion as widely reported.