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BANGKOK, May 2 – Two Thai civic groups filed separate petitions against the government on charges of mismanagement and corruption in the country’s massive anti-flood projects involving Bt350 billion loans.
PATTANI, May 2 – Six people including a three-year-old boy were shot dead in an attack at a grocery store in this Muslim-predominant province in Thailand’s far South last night.
AYUTTHAYA, April 30 - Several sections of the bridge over the Pa Sak River which collapsed Sunday were not up to standard, according to engineering experts.
NARATHIWAT, April 30 - A presumed insurgent was shot dead during a clash of unidentified armed men with an Army Ranger patrol on a mountain in the southern province of…
BANGKOK, April 30 – Thailand must wait and see if violence in the far South diminishes before the next round of peace talks with militant leaders on June 13, a…
BANGKOK, April 30 – Thailand’s Criminal Court ruled today that a soldier who died during the anti-government red shirt protest in 2010 was hit and died as a result of…
BANGKOK, April 30 – Thailand’s Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra insisted today that her speech on democracy, made at an international forum in Ulan Bator, Mongolia, was aimed at preventing a…
TAK, 30 April 2013  Border patrol units in Tak’s Mae Sot district have beefed up security in the area following clashes between Karen soldiers from Border Guard Force (BGF) unit…

Deal to build new Parliament inked

Thursday, 02 May 2013 By NNT
BANGKOK, 30 April 2013  The government has signed a contract with Sino-Thai Engineering and Construction Plc on Tuesday to build the new Parliament after the signing was postponed from March. 
BANGKOK, 30 April 2013  The Cabinet has resolved to boycott the Democratic People's Republic of Korea or North Korea at the request of the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). 
BANGKOK, 30 April 2013  Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has explained her special lecture given during the recent Conference of the Community of Democracies in Mongolia, saying she only wanted to…
BANGKOK, 29 April 2013  Deputy Prime Minister Plodprasop Suraswadi has turned his focus on tackling the problem of coastal erosion in Samut Prakan Province. 
BANGKOK, 29 April 2013  The Education Ministry has joined hands with the Thai Health Promotion Foundation in launching a campaign against alcohol consumption in schools, while expressing concerns over the…
AYUTTHAYA, 30 April 2013 Engineers from the Town and Country Planning Department have yet to conclude whether the collapse of a small suspension bridge in Ayutthaya was a result of…
SAMUTPRAKAN, 30 April 2013 The Region 1 Provincial Police has been able to arrest as many as 800 people, who were charged with various criminal offenses, over the weekend.
BANGKOK, 30 April 2013 Education Minister Pongthep Thepkanchana has called on all sectors to pitch into the effort of solving student brawls, and suggests that those who commit severe offense…
BANGKOK, April 29 – The United Nations launched its ‘Zero Hunger Challenge’ in Asia and the Pacific here today with top national leaders present, calling on governments, farmers, scientists, business,…
BANGKOK, April 30 – Thailand’s labour unions have called on the government to stop policies that breach workers’ rights, accelerate social security reform and refrain from privatising state enterprises.
BANGKOK, April 30 – The newly-appointed minister of tourism and sports has proposed  establishing a tourism court to speedily and exclusively cope with legal cases concerning foreign tourists.
KUALA LUMPUR, April 30 – A Thai security team attending peace talks in the Malaysian capital on Monday acknowledged but refused to commit on the five-point demand by an insurgent…