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Cabinet agrees to inject 18.6 billion baht to help rubber planters and tappers

The Cabinet on Tuesday approved in principle 18.6 billion baht in aid package to help rubber plantation owners and...

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Rama II Hospital faulted for mishandling patient suffering from acid attack

The Public Health Ministry has found grounds to charge Rama II Hospital for its poor handling of a victim...

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General News

Hua Hin food sellers to sign MoU not to overcharge customers  

Food-shop owners and street food sellers in Hua Hin seaside resort town will sign a memorandum of understanding with...

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General News

Pensioners to receive 1,000 baht monthly allowance under new assistance package

The Office of Fiscal Policy has proposed to the Finance Ministry an assistance package to help 3.5 million of...

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News Politics

10 Pheu Thai ex-MPs join Thai Raksachart in a “friendly” mass defection

Pheu Thai party core member Chaturon Chaisang led about ten former Pheu Thai MPs in a “friendly” mass defection...

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Applications for patents for pot extracts to be cancelled: commerce minister

The controversy over foreign firms applying for patents for marijuana extracts is expected to come to an abrupt end...

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Quotes of the week

On November 15-16, 2018, Thai PBS together with Goethe-Institut and INPUT hosted the Thai PBS Public Media Conference & Mini INPUT. The conference was an international forum for media experts, professionals and academicians to discuss and reflect on public media issues in this new media landscape. The focus was on how public broadcasting should adapt and innovate in this new media world shaped by digital transformation.

Follow us on: www.publicmediaconference.thaipbs.or.th  

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News Politics

Abhisit objects to attempt to delay election by small parties

Democrat Party leader Abhisit Vejjajiva today raised strong objection to an attempt by a group of newly-emerged political parties...

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General News

Commerce minister admits difficult to scrap applications for marijuana patents 

Commerce Minister Sontirat Sontijirawong has admitted that it is difficult to cancel all the applications for patent registration for ...

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General News

Cabinet OKs tourism package to lure more foreign tourists

The Cabinet on Tuesday approved a tourism promotion package aimed at attracting more foreign tourists to Thailand to meet...

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News Politics

NACC ponders more time for university council members to declare assets

The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) is not empowered to exclude any senior officials from the requirement to declare their...

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EC secretary general confident election to be held on Feb 24

The Election Commission is fully prepared to hold the upcoming election on February 24 next year and will be able...

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Palang Pracharat party opens for membership applications

The pro-junta Palang Pracharat Party will begin accepting applications for membership at its  head office in Ratchavipha area on...

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News Sport

“Nong Milk” wins drone racing championship in Hong Kong

Eleven-year-old school girl Wanya “Nong Milk” Wanpong brought fame to Thailand for the second time in less than two...

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News Politics

EU proposes to send an army of observers to February election

Only a day after Foreign Minister Don Pramudwinai declared that Thailand didn’t need foreign  observers for the upcoming general election,...

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General News

GPO is ready to start producing marijuana oil tentatively next May

The Government Pharmaceutical Organization is set to start producing marijuana oil from seized marijuana in May next year, initially...

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News Politics

Thai Raksa Chart party has a “Young Blood” as its leader

A former Khon Kaen MP, Preechaphol Pongpanich,  was today  voted leader of Thai Raksa Chart (Thai Nation Protection) party,...

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How a Democratic U.S. House could alter foreign policy

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Democrats will use their new majority in the U.S. House of Representatives to reverse what they...

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Tham Luang Rescue Operation

Tham Luang cave to be opened to tourists this week

Tham Luang Khun Nam Nang Non cave complex, the scene of a rescue drama that grabbed worldwide attention four...

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Sam Mitr group to join Palang Pracharat Party on Nov 18

Former MP and a core leader of the Sam Mitr (Three Friends) group Somsak Thepsuthin announced on Tuesday that...

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Visa on arrival fee waiver for tourists from 21 countries for 60 days

The Cabinet on Tuesday agreed to waive the fee for visa on arrival for tourists from 21 countries for...

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Police seize dozens of Thaksin-Yingluck calendars in Ubon Ratchathani

A combined force of police, military personnel and local administration officials on Tuesday seized dozens of New Year’s calendars...

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General News

Indonesia extends search for jet crash victims, second black box

JAKARTA (Reuters) – Indonesian authorities on Sunday extended by three days the search for victims and a black box...

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Pheu Thai won’t join political discussions if invited by NCPO

The Pheu Thai Party will opt out of discussions on lifting of political restrictions between political parties and the...

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Google’s employees world-wide walk out over sexual harassment and inequality

MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. (Reuters) – Thousands of Google employees around the world briefly walked off their jobs on Thursday...

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Phayao’s famous palmist predicts Gen Prayut will remain prime minister for long time

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha was all smiles on Monday during a visit to the northern province of Phayao when...

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General News

Northern provinces to experience cold weather, temperature dropping 3-5 degrees Celsius 

Mercury in the northern region will drop between 3-5 degrees Celsius tomorrow until Friday whereas the southern region will...

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Probe urged into 1,800 rai of destroyed watershed forest in Phetchabun

The Internal Security Operations Command (Isoc) is calling on agencies concerned to look into about 1,800 rai of deforested...

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Indonesia’s Lion Air plane with 189 aboard crashes into sea near Jakarta, wreckage found

JAKARTA (Reuters) – A Lion Air flight with 189 people on board is believed to have sunk after crashing...

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Leicester City confirms Vichai among five killed in copter crash

Leicester City Football Club confirmed last night that its chairman and owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was killed after a helicopter...

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Leicester City confirms Vichai among five killed in copter crash

Leicester City Football Club confirmed last night that its chairman and owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha was killed after a helicopter...

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Photo of the Day

A protestor wears a mask of depicting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman with red painted hands next to...

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Video

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir pledges to help bring about peace in southern Thailand

Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad meets his Thai counterpart General Prayut Chan-o-cha in Bangkok and pledges his help to...

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Photo of the Day

The world’s longest sea-bridge

This general view shows a section of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HKZM) in Hong Kong on October 23, 2018....

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The world’s longest sea-bridge

This general view shows a section of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge (HKZM) in Hong Kong on October 23, 2018....

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General News

Police probe deer hunting in wild animal shelter in Phetchaburi

Phetchaburi provincial police have launched an investigation into illegal hunting in a wild animal shelter in Tha Yang district...

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General News

Cash rewards for people providing information leading to drug seizures

Members of the public who give information to officials leading to seizure of narcotic drugs will be eligible to...

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News Politics

Red-shirt leader Jatuporn asked to not pressure 4 ministers of Palang Pracharat party to quit

The Sam Mitr political group has asked red-shirt movement leader Jatuporn Promphan to stop pressuring the four Cabinet members...

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Thailand’s Nation Brand ranking drops two spots this year to 31th  

Thailand drops two spots from 29th to 31st in the Nation Brands Index 2018 out of a total of 100 rankings...

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Tham Luang Rescue Operation

Ceremony held at Tham Luang to mark 100th day of the death of “Ja Sam”

A religious ceremony was held on Friday at a temple and at the entrance of Tham Luang cave in...

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General

Depression to hit Prachuab Khiri Khan today

A depression with wind speed at its epic-centre averaging 55 km/h was to make landfall in the southern province...

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Photo of the Day Tham Luang Rescue Operation

Beautiful landscape of Khun Nam Nang Non, Mae Sai, Chiang Rai, after the recent restoration, 80% is expected to...

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Photo of the Day

Navarati or Navadurga Parva is the festival at SRI MAHA MARIAMMAN TEMPLE, Oct 19, 2018

Navarati or Navadurga Parva is the festival at SRI MAHA MARIAMMAN TEMPLE, Oct 19, 2018 At the center of...

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Navarati or Navadurga Parva is the festival at SRI MAHA MARIAMMAN TEMPLE, Oct 19, 2018

Navarati or Navadurga Parva is the festival at SRI MAHA MARIAMMAN TEMPLE, Oct 19, 2018 At the center of...

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Saudi Arabia says journalist Khashoggi died after fight in consulate

DUBAI (Reuters) – Saudi Arabia said on Saturday preliminary results of investigations showed US-based journalist Jamal Khashoggi died in...

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General News

Tarutao national park imposes limits on visitors

Following in the footsteps of Similan island which has imposed a limit on the number of visitors to preserve...

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General News

Two tourists held for spray-painting Chiang Mai city wall face stiff jail term

Two foreign tourists charged with vandalism for spray-painting graffiti on an ancient city wall in Chiang Mai face up...

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Politics

Coup remarks only “worst case scenario”: Supreme commander 

Supreme Commander Gen Pornpipat Benyasri today tried to allay fears of a military intervention after the general elections expected...

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Highlight

“New window of opportunity” for peace process in southern Thailand: Panitan

Political changes in Malaysia and eagerness demonstrated by Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, who will visit Thailand next week,  to...

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General News

Injured tourist rescued but to be fined 500 baht along with 4 others for trespassing

A rescue team successfully brought a tourist who accidentally fell into a forest ravine in a national park in...

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News Politics

Sudarat doubles down on her criticism of welfare cards scheme 

Pheu Thai Party’s political stalwart Khunying Sudarat Keyuraphan today doubled down on her criticism of the government’s welfare cards...

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No political conflicts, no coup: army chief Gen Apirat

Army Commander-in-Chief Gen Apirat Kongsompong today did not rule out the possibility of another military coup if the country...

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Rescue team reaches seriously injured tourist who fell into a ravine in Kanchanaburi

A army rescue team dropped from a helicopter into a ravine near a waterfall in Khao Laem Dam National...

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Over ten reef sharks sighted near Maya beach

The sighting on Tuesday of a school of about a dozen of black tip reef sharks swimming near the...

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Politics

Overwhelming support for decriminalizing marijuana for medical purpose

An overwhelming number of people have voiced support for decriminalizing the use of kanja (marijuana) for research and development...

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General News

Parks Department won’t bow to tour operators’ pressure over Similan island restrictions

The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plants Conservation will not bow to pressure from tour operators in the...

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How the young politicians see the future

Exclusive talk with Paopoom Rojanasakul, the new faces in Thai Politics of Pheu Thai Party and Narit Paranulaksa, the...

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News Politics

Politicians warned not to underestimate the people

Politicians will be dead wrong if they still perceive the people as mere voters subservient to the patronage system,...

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General News

Woman helps driver trapped in half-submerged car in a swamp in Phayao

A 57-year old woman is being hailed as a heroine by her neighbours and local officials for single-handledly rescuing...

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General News

Thailand loses top firefighter in perfume factory fire

Nitiphat Nitiphongsakul, dubbed the country’s No 1 firefighter and firefighting expert, died Saturday during an operation to extinguish fire...

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General News

Ex-PM Yingluck says her son gives her strength and moral support

Despite political storms that she has gone through, former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra said good news from her only...

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General

Troops seize over 47 million meth pills in one year

Army troops based at the borders have seized 47.7 million meth pills, over 2.7 tonnes of heroin and 983...

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Photo of the Day

“Tears of Love”

October 13, 2018: A lot pf people flocked into the square outside the 100th Year Siriraj Centennial Hall mark...

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Photo of the Day

“Tears of Love”

October 13, 2018: A lot pf people flocked into the square outside the 100th Year Siriraj Centennial Hall mark...

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Asean

Similan-Surin islands to reopen for visitors from Monday 

The Similan-Surin islands, popular tourist attractions in the Andaman sea, will be reopened to visitors as of Monday October...

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Politics

With by-election win, Anwar closer to becoming prime minister of Malaysia

Former Malaysian deputy prime minister Anwar Ibrahim swept to victory in a by-election Saturday, paving the way for him...

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Business

Thailand, Indonesia to strengthen banking supervision

Bank of Thailand and  Indonesia`s Financial Services Authority signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) committing efforts to strengthen banking supervision...

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Editor's Choice

The nation holds events in remembrance of the late King Bhumibol 

A huge portrait of the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej has been put on display at Sanam Luang for people...

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General News

Seller of GT200 fake bomb detectors given another 9 years in third conviction

In the third conviction concerning with the fake bomb detector known as GT200, Avia Satcom executive Sutthiwat Wattanakit was...

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Business

Energy committee rejects takeover of GLOW by PTT’s subsidiary

PTT Public Company’s attempt to take over Glow Energy Company or GLOW has been blocked by the Energy Regulatory...

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General

Future Forward to challenge junta’s order forbidding public donations for political parties

Future Forward party has threatened to challenge the junta’s order forbidding political parties from accepting public donations by taking...

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Highlight

China says ex-Interpol chief focus of bribery probe back home

BEIJING/PARIS (Reuters) – China said on Monday it was investigating former Interpol chief Meng Hongwei for bribery and other...

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General

Deputy district chief implicated in illegal hunting temporarily dismissed

Dan Makham Tia district deputy chief officer Watcharachai Sameerak has been temporarily dismissed from government service pending disciplinary and...

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Business

EEC board approves four more mega infrastructure projects

The government’s committee directing the policy of the flagship Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) scheme, also known as the EEC...

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Politics

Palang Pracharat to get big boost from “Sam Mitr” group

The pro–junta Palang Pracharat Party is getting a major boost after a group of politicians and former MPs of...

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Highlight

Ex-PM Najib’s wife Rosmah pleads not guilty to money-laundering charges

Rosmah Mansor, the wife of former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak, pleaded not guilty this morning to 17 charges...

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General

Mixed reactions to Finance Ministry’s cigarette tax hike  proposal

The Finance Ministry’s plan to seek the Cabinet’s approval on a new rise in excise taxes that will result in...

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Politics

Gen Prawit insists election will take place in February

Deputy Prime Minister Gen Prawit Wongsuwan insisted this morning that the upcoming general election will take place as scheduled...

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Business

Popular Maya Bay closed indefinitely for rehab after serious damage

The closure of Maya Bay, part of an island in Krabi’s Mueang district globally famous after it was picked...

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Political Pulse Politics

Palang Pracharat: Lightning rod or effective tool?

On the one hand, the newly–formed Palang Pracharat Party can be military–backed Prime Minister Prayut Chan–o–cha’s formidable weapon going...

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General

China fines movie star Fan Bingbing in high-profile tax evasion case

BEIJING (Reuters) – China’s taxation authorities fined A-list Chinese movie star Fan Bingbing more than 479 million yuan ($69.74...

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General Profiles

From anti-rice pledging scheme crusader to Democrat leadership challenger

Few people believe Warong Dechgitvigrom could dethrone Abhisit Vejjajiva in the Democrat Party’s leadership battle, but flying under the...

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Asean Highlights of the week

“Debt trap” alert arises in Myanmar as more “Belt and Road” projects scrapped

YANGON (The Irrawaddy)  — Pakistan has recently halted agreements reached under China’s Belt and Road Initiative, including the Pakistan-China Economic...

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Video

Indonesia quake-tsunami causes destruction in Palu on September 29, 2018 More than 832 people were confirmed killed, many swept...

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General Tham Luang Rescue Operation

Huge painting in memory of Tham Luang rescue unveiled as “Wild Boars” boys prepare to go on foreign trip

A huge black and white water colour painting depicting all the Thai and foreign rescuers involved in the operation...

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Asean

Death toll from Indonesian quake, tsunami rises to 832, Thai military ready to help

JAKARTA – The death toll from an earthquake and tsunami on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi rose to 832...

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Politics

Poll shows over 60 %  doubt they will have good MPs after election

More than 60 percent of respondents in an opinion poll are not confident that the upcoming election will produce...

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Business

PM regrets  assault incident at Don Mueang airport

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has expressed regrets over a recent incident at Don Mueang international airport in which a...

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Uncategorized

Indonesia searches for survivors after quake, tsunami as death toll passes 400

PALU, Indonesia (Reuters) – More than 400 people were confirmed killed, many swept away as tsunami waves triggered by...

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Asean

Big crowds expected at Dusit Zoo on its last day today 

Large crowds of people are expected at the Dusit Zoo today as the final curtain is brought down on...

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General

THAI cancels flights to Osaka on Saturday and Sunday due to Typhoon Trami

Thai Airways International has suspended all flights to and from Osaka on Saturday and Sunday due to the closure...

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Asean

Musk to resign as Tesla chairman, pay US$20 million fine in settlement

WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Tesla and Elon Musk have agreed to pay $20 million each to financial regulators and...

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Business

ADB raises economic outlook for Thailand, cut forecast growth for Asean

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has raised Thailand’s economic growth forecast this year by 0.5% from a previous forecast...

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General

Bangkok top destination in the world last year: Mastercard’s Index

Bangkok was the world’s top destination last year, three years in a row, with 20.05 million people visiting the...

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Business

Only Chevron and PTTEP submit bids for Bongkot, Erawan blocks

US-based Chevron Corp and PTT Exploration and Production (PTTEP) are the only two contenders that submitted their bids for...

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General

Pheu Thai reportedly courts Democrat to form alliance against Gen Prayut

In a bid to block Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha’s comeback after the  general election, Pheu Thai Party has approached...

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Politics

Thanathorn blasts Thai military for creating “vicious circle” at New York forum

Future Forward Party leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit has used the 2018 Concordia Annual Summit in New York as a forum...

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Asean

New Zealand prime minister makes history with her baby at UN assembly

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has made history by bringing her three-month-old daughter into the United Nations assembly...

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Photo of the Day

New Zealand prime minister makes history with her baby at UN assembly

Jacinda Ardern, Prime Minister and Minister for Arts, Culture and Heritage, and National Security and Intelligence of New Zealand...

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Highlight

US accuses Myanmar military of ‘planned and coordinated’ Rohingya atrocities

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A US government investigation has found that Myanmar’s military waged a “well-planned and coordinated” campaign of...

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