BANGKOK, Dec 11 - Following the killing of two teachers in a Pattani school today, Deputy Prime Minister/Education Minister Pongthep Thepkanchana conceded that the lack of security personnel in the school compound was a security lapse which led to the latest violence against teachers.
BANGKOK, Dec 11 - Thai contestants won two gold, three silver and one bronze medal at the 9th International Junior Science Olympiad which ended yesterday in the Iranian capital of Tehran.
BANGKOK, Dec 11 – Thai students fare poorly in mathematics and science mainly due to the teaching method of rote learning rather than by comprehension and analysis, according to a senior educator.
PATTANI, Dec 11 - Police said a male teacher and a female school principal were gunned down inside a school in this southern border province in the latest—and most intrusive--fatal attack on teachers to date.
BANGKOK, Dec 10 - The number of advance auto orders at Motor Expo 2012 hit a record high at 80,000 units, with Honda ranking first with over 16,000 units ordered during the 10-day event.
BANGKOK, Dec 11 – Sixty per cent of Thai people are aware of the government’s move to amend the constitution but 90 per cent admit to not having any knowledge about details of the proposed changes, according to a poll by the National Institute of Development Administration (NIDA).
BANGKOK, Dec 11 – Deputy Commerce Minister and Red Shirt co-leader Nattawut Saikua today called on pro-government activists to refrain from rallying at the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) Thursday when two opposition Democrat Party MPs appear to acknowledge criminal charges against them.
RANONG, Dec 10 – Oil palm growers from Thailand’s southern provinces plan to submit their demands for government intervention in Bangkok Wednesday to help farmers facing falling palm nut prices.
BANGKOK, Dec 10 – Thai politicians have been branded as the most corrupt people in the country, followed by civil servants, according to a Suan Dusit University poll.
BANGKOK, Dec 10 – Thailand’s National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) will press on with its investigation on alleged irregularities in the government’s rice pledging scheme despite the ruling Pheu Thai Party’s attempted intervention, a senior official announced.