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BANGKOK, 3 Jan 2014, In an update on the formation of the Independent Reform Council, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra says the plan awaits feedback from the private sectors. 
A recent round-up report from police has revealed that security personnel casualties from the southern violence more than doubled last year in the region that has been witnessing near-daily attacks…
BANGKOK 3 January 2014 (NNT) — The Songkhla Election Commission (EC) director has revealed that 90% of the Songkhla commission members wish to resign. 
BANGKOK 3 January 2014 Pheu Thai party leader Jarupong Ruangsuwan is admittedly concerned over the demonstrators' planned shutdown of Bangkok on January 13, adding that it is the EC's duty…
BANGKOK, 3 January 2014 The Transport Ministry has laid down contingency plans to deal with traffic chaos expected during the planned Bangkok shutdown by the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC)…
BANGKOK, 2 Jan 2014 The Land Transport Department’s ad-hoc passenger protection center has received 124 complaints against public bus drivers during December 27th-31st, and all the cases are being dealt…
BANGKOK, 2 Jan 2014,Labor Minister Chalerm Yuubamrung has suggested the formation of the reform council that comprises 99 members to monitor and push forward the political reformation. 
BANGKOK, 2 Jan 2014 Transport Minister Chadchart Sittipunt has expressed his strong opposition to the People's Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) leader Suthep Theugsuban's plan to lay siege to Bangkok in…
BANGKOK, Jan 2 -- Day six of the seven-day New Year holiday period saw 68 deaths and 539 injuries in 536 road accidents on January 1, bringing the death toll…
BANGKOK, Jan 3 – The seizure of Bangkok on January 13 will not escalate to the point of having to impose an emergency decree to deal with massive demonstrations, a…
BANGKOK, Jan 3 – Protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban has vowed that anti-government protesters will continue paralysing Thailand’s capital, starting from the January 13 city shutdown until the caretaker government resigns.
BANGKOK, 2 January 2014 Political parties have requested that the Election Commission extend the registration period for MP candidates in the constituencies that encountered protesters' blockade of registration venues. 
BANGKOK 2 January 2014  — Service provider DTAC has revealed that well-wish messages sent on New Year’s Eve through its network increased 175% compared to last year's - with a…
BANGKOK, 2 Jan 2014 - Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra visited the Metropolitan Police Bureau, delivering speeches giving the law enforcers New Year blessing, and morale boost. 
BANGKOK, 2 Jan 2014 - The Land Transport Department’s ad-hoc passenger protection center has received 124 complaints against public bus drivers during December 27th-31st, and all the cases are being…
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