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NSC: Search for Yingluck Shinawatra in progress

Bangkok - The search by the authorities for former premier Yingluck Shinawatra remains an ongoing investigative process, according to National Security Council's (NSC) Secretary-General...

EXAT to waive tolls during songkran

BANGKOK, 29 March 2012 - National Security Council (NSC) Secretary General Vichean Potephosree presided over a meeting of the Expressway Authority of Thailand...

Bangkok blasts bear hallmark of similar attacks in India, Georgia

BANGKOK, Feb 15 - A senior Thai security official said on Wednesday that the bomb-making materials used in three Bangkok blasts bear the...

NSC: Bangkok blasts not act of terrorism

BANGKOK, 15 February 2012  – The Secretary General of the National Security Council (NSC) indicated that the three explosions which occurred in Bangkok...

NSC chief affirms terror suspect detention made according to law

BANGKOK, Jan 21 - National Security Council (NSC) Secretary-Genl Pol Gen Wichean Potephosree affirmed that the detention of Atris Hussein, a Lebanese-Swedish terror suspect,...

Police chief transferred to head National Security Council

BANGKOK, Oct 4 – The Thai cabinet approved the transfer of national Police Chief Pol Gen Wichean Potephosree to become National Security Council (NSC)...

Former NSC chief to petition against PM on Monday

BANGKOK, Sept 9 - Former National Security Council (NSC) Secretary-General Thawil Pliensri said Friday he will petition Thailand's Merit Systems Protection Committee Monday...

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Thailand’s tourism sector and consumption stimulations hold keys to recovery next year

Owing to improving economic signals, Standard Chartered Thailand now expects the Thai economy to expand by 3% in 2022. Standard Chartered Bank economist Tim Leelahaphan...

Delta Plus (AY.4.2) not found in Thailand yet

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