Coping with education disruption
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  • After 4 years of manhunt, suspect in grenade attacks on Suthep-led protests is nabbed

    A man suspected of throwing hand-grenades into the anti-Yingluck government protests at the Victory Monument and on Banthadthong road in January 2014 was arrested this week by police and the military at a Thai-Cambodian border crossing. The arrest of the suspected bomber, identified as Krisda Chaikae, 47, a resident of...
  • Anti-graft groups want political parties to commit to fight against corruption

    The Anti-Corruption Organization of Thailand (ACT) has joined forces with the Foundation for Thai People, the Thai Chamber of Commerce University and a network of anti-graft groups to put pressure on political parties to incorporate corruption issue in their policies with public input screened from an opinion survey. The 30-day...
HM King extends help to bicyclist injured during charity bike ride to raise fund for a hospital
Ex-DSI chief Tarit given 1-year jail term by Supreme Court for defaming Suthep
How to prepare students for this disruptive era
French tourist shot dead after scuffle with Lumpini policeman
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Profiles

“Thumbs up” pics for Myanmar Reuters reporters as they mark year in jail

Messages of solidarity poured in Wednesday from around the world on the one-year anniversary of the arrest of two Myanmar...
This photo taken on September 3, 2018 shows Myanmar journalist Wa Lone being escorted by police after sentenced by a court to jail in Yangon.

Business

Canadian court grants bail to CFO of China’s Huawei

VANCOUVER/BEIJING (Reuters) - A Canadian court on Tuesday granted bail to a top executive of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei Technologies...

Highlights of the week

“Unlocked” parliamentary politics probably as good as it gets

The lifting of political restrictions will kick-start a semblance of conventional election campaigns as Thais know them. The greater freedom...
Even with the ban on political activities gone, Prime Minister Gen Prayut still holds some cards that can be used to keep his political opponents in check.

Political Pulse

Election ballot controversy should be solved soon

Friday, December 14, 2018: It seems the controversial election ballot design will almost certainly be changed. Signs of the Election...
Political Pulse is a regular update of important political events leading to the Thai election. The snapshots will be on a daily basis, so plan your visit accordingly. Once a day is perfect.

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