MANILA, June 21 – Thai Deputy Prime Minister/Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul today blamed red tape as the major reason behind Thailand’s failure to be lifted from an unfavourable position on the US watch list on human trafficking.
BANGKOK, 20 June 2013, The Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives is holding a series of Thai silk competitions in its bid to encourage quality improvement of silk materials and promote local wisdoms.
AYUTTHAYA, June 19 – The Thai Farmers Association threatens protests in the capital and nationwide if the government moves ahead with reducing its current rice pledging price.
YALA, June 20 -- Two persons were killed and five others were wounded in three separate assaults in Thailand's restive southern border provinces of Yala and Pattani today.
BANGKOK, June 20 -- Two suspects allegedly involved in tax evasion for four luxury cars burnt in a fire in Nakhon Ratchasima reported to the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) today, but denied all charges.
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.