BANGKOK, March 25 – The Bangkok South Criminal Court today acquitted two suspects of charges of arson at the CentralWorld shopping complex during the May 2010 political upheaval in the Thai capital.
BANGKOK, March 25 – The names of 15 Thai members to join the first dialogue with the country’s Muslim separitist rebels on Thursday will remain confidential until the Thai prime minister acknowledges the list in tomorrow’s cabinet meeting.
BANGKOK, March 26 –The Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand (IEAT) has been assigned to set up industrial estates in four regions of the country as production bases for small- and medium-sized enterprises, both Thai and from overseas, according to Industry Minister Prasert Boonchaisuk.
BANGKOK, March 25 – Army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha confirmed today that the fire at a refugee camp in Thailand’s northern province of Mae Hong Son which killed 37 people started from cooking.
PORT MORESBY, March 25 – Thailand and Papua New Guinea today signed initial agreements on bilateral trade, investment and educational cooperation.
BANGKOK, March 25 – The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) today sought a Criminal Court order to revoke bail for five Thai police officers implicated in the murder of a Saudi Arabian businessman in Bangkok in 1990.
BANGKOK, March 25 – The government-proposed bill seeking Bt2 trillion in loans for Thailand’s infrastructure investment is slated to be submitted to the House of Representatives on Thursday.
BANGKOK, March 25 – The rapid appreciation of the baht combined with a labour shortage may inflict a serious blow on Thailand's automotive industry as some companies mull relocating their production bases to Indonesia, according to a Thai industrialist.
BANGKOK, March 25 - His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej on Sunday visited his parents' monuments at Siriraj Hospital to pay respects and lay jasmine garlands.
At 4.45pm His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej was wheeled in wearing a crimson short-sleeved shirt bearing light blue and red graphic designs, and grey trousers.
Mae Hong Son, March 24 – A search operation for the bodies of fire victims at the Mae Surin camp in Mae Hong Son's Khun Yuam district have ended as the death toll is recorded at 36, said the provincial governor Narumol Paravat.