Chulalongkorn University imposes travel ban on staff members and students

Chulalongkorn University imposes travel ban on staff members and students

Highlights
  • Constitutional Court to rule on Future Forward’s fate today

    The Constitutional Court is set to rule this afternoon whether Future Forward Party has broken the law by obtaining loans totaling over 191 million baht from its leader Thanathorn Jungroongruangkit.   A guilty verdict would put an end to the meteoric rise of the young political party which has been...
  • Investigators see ‘xenophobic motive’ behind Germany shootings

    German investigators said Thursday they suspected a "xenophobic motive" behind shootings at a shisha bar and a cafe that left 10 dead overnight in the city of Hanau.   Hours after police found the suspected gunman dead at his home in the early hours of Thursday following a huge manhunt,...
  • China says number of new virus cases rose by just 394

    BEIJING (AP) — China says the number the of new virus cases rose by just 394 from the previous day, with a rise in the death of 114.   The new figures Thursday followed an effort in the epicenter of the outbreak, the city of Wuhan, to go door-to-door to...
  • Pheu Thai questions PM’s excuse for staying in Army welfare housing

    Pheu Thai party spokesman Anusorn Iamsa-ard has challenged the excuses offered by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan and Interior Minister Anupong Paochai justifying their continued stay in military welfare housing, despite having retired from the military service.   The Prime Minister cited security concerns for his...
  • Nine day holiday for Songkran ditched by PM

    The idea of a nine day holiday over the Songkran festival this year, to promote domestic tourism following a sharp decline in tourist arrivals, especially from China, appears to have been nipped in the bud by Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha. The Prime Minister said today that he personally does not...
PM orders precautionary plans to cope with Stage 3 spread of COVID-19

PM orders precautionary plans to cope with Stage 3 spread of COVID-19

Unidentified helicopter crashes on mountain in Thailand’s Rayong province

Unidentified helicopter crashes on mountain in Thailand’s Rayong province

Two coronavirus-hit Diamond Princess passengers die

Two coronavirus-hit Diamond Princess passengers die

Passengers begin leaving after ship’s virus quarantine ends

Passengers begin leaving after ship’s virus quarantine ends

Defiant Thanathorn says party would still take loan if he could turn back time

Defiant Thanathorn says party would still take loan if he could turn back time

Chulalongkorn University imposes travel ban on staff members and students

Chulalongkorn University imposes travel ban on staff members and students

PM orders precautionary plans to cope with Stage 3 spread of COVID-19

PM orders precautionary plans to cope with Stage 3 spread of COVID-19

Unidentified helicopter crashes on mountain in Thailand’s Rayong province

Unidentified helicopter crashes on mountain in Thailand’s Rayong province

Scientists debunk COVID-19 conspiracy theories

Scientists debunk COVID-19 conspiracy theories

Two coronavirus-hit Diamond Princess passengers die

Two coronavirus-hit Diamond Princess passengers die

Defiant Thanathorn says party would still take loan if he could turn back time

Defiant Thanathorn says party would still take loan if he could turn back time

Coronavirus Outbreak Update

Two coronavirus-hit Diamond Princess passengers die

TOKYO (REUTERS) - Two passengers from a coronavirus-hit cruise ship moored near Tokyo have died, public broadcaster NHK said on...

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Coronavirus Outbreak

Profiles

Korat gunman wanted “revenge” and seemed capable of it

Grudge and weaponry expertise can be a very bad mix, as proven tragically in the case of Sergeant Major Jakrapanth...
One major question still needs to be answered in the aftermath of the shooting rampage that left 27 people killed in Nakhon Ratchasima: What made the gunman, Sergeant Major Jakrapanth Thomma, snap?

Around Thailand

Digital Stickers – From 2D artwork to creative communication

Every day, social media develops new ways to connect people in their daily lives. One of the latest trends is...

Asean

Indonesia military to blame for 2014 Papua killings: rights commission

Indonesia's military shot dead four students in the country's restive Papua region during 2014 protests and carried out "gross human...

Politics

Constitutional Court to rule on Future Forward’s fate today

The Constitutional Court is set to rule this afternoon whether Future Forward Party has broken the law by obtaining loans...

Food and Travel

Digital Stickers – From 2D artwork to creative communication

Every day, social media develops new ways to connect people in their daily lives. One of the latest trends is...

Business

Bidding reaches over 100 billion baht in auctions for Thailand’s 5G spectrum

Thailand’s telecom regulator, the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC), raked in over 100 billion baht from its auctions today...

Highlights of the week

“Alpine” scandal just tip of land-grabbing iceberg

The fate of former Pheu Thai Party leader and former deputy prime minister Yongyuth Wichaidit, sent to two years in...
The “Alpine” land scandal which sees a former Pheu Thai leader sent to jail is just the tip of an iceberg of how politicians take democratic mandate as a license to do just about anything

Political Pulse

Should movies glorify Thai military?

Thursday, February 20, 2020: Anything can get politicised these days, and issues less debatable than supposed government requests for a...
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