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Suranand: Tawil will be reinstated in 45 days

BANGKOK, 14 March 2014  Prime minister's secretary-general Suranand Vejjajiva has confirmed that the order to reinstate Tawil Pleansri as the chief of the National...

Cabinet to consider lifting emergency decree next week

BANGKOK, March 14 - National Security Council (NSC) chief Lt Gen Paradorn Pattanathabut said today that the Center for Maintaining Peace and Order (CMPO)...

Election Commission boycotting govt forum on snap poll

BANGKOK, Jan 14 - Thailand's Election Commission (EC) will not attend the government-initiated forum tomorrow to discuss a proposed delay of the Feb 2...

Protest leader adamant on not joining talks with caretaker govt

BANGKOK, Jan 13 - Anti-government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban repeated his stance on Monday that he would definitely neither negotiate with the caretaker government...

Suranand: PM will not resign

BANGKOK, 11 December 2013 The Prime Minister's secretary general Suranand Vejjajiva has insisted that the premier will not resign ahead of the general elections. ...

Govt warns of tough action if protests escalate irrationally

BANGKOK, Nov 9 – The government will fully exercise its powers if protests against the amnesty bill escalate to incite purging of the present...

Police take full control, no military force needed

BANGKOK, Nov 7 – Enforcement of the Internal Security Act (ISA) will not be widened despite the government’s concerns on the widespread protests against...

Suranand: no intention to inflame tensions with anti-amnesty groups

BANGKOK, 6 November 2013 Prime Minister's secretary-general Suranand Vejjajiva asserted on Tuesday the prime minister intended to clarify that the government respected the parliamentary...

Suranand: PM’s overseas trips necessary

BANGKOK, 20 September 2013 PM's Secretary-General Suranand Vejjajiva has assured the public that Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra's frequent trips abroad are necessary and...

Thai-Africa Initiative Launched, Will Open New Source-Markets for Thai tourism

Bangkok, 13 August, 2013 – Travel & tourism from Africa to Thailand is expected to be a major beneficiary of the Thai-African Strategic Partnership...

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Najomtien ignoring deadly traffic light failure outside Ambassador

PATTAYA - A broken traffic light outside the Ambassador City Hotel in Jomtien Beach is being blamed for dangerous traffic and accidents, including the...

Authorities crackdown on touts in Bangkok

Bangkok - The Tourist Police Bureau have continued to crack down on illegal behavior by public transportation vehicles in Bangkok to help reduce traffic...

Red flags installed along southern coastline to mark dangerous zones

Phang Nga - Officials have erected red flags along the southern shoreline to warn tourists of dangerous areas in the Andaman Sea and the...

Wildlife enforcement task force to reclaim encroached reserved forest

Bangkok - A special task force of the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation is in the process of reclaiming encroached forest...

Government tackles school lunch problem

Bangkok - The Department of Local Administration organized a seminar recently to discuss the provision of school lunches to ensure healthy meals for students....

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