Thailand’s exports for August rebound for the first time in 11 months

Thai exports for the month of August rebounded by 2.6% year on year for the first time in 11 months, during which exports dropped continuously, Kirati Ratchano, permanent secretary of…

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Cross border scams on agenda at Thai and Cambodian PM meeting

Thailand will talk with Cambodia about online scammers who operate along the border when both countries’ prime ministers meet this week, said Thai Foreign Minister Parnpree Bahiddha-Nukara. The scammers have…

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Thai human rights lawyer jailed for lèse majesté

A Thai Criminal Court jailed a human rights lawyer for four years today (Tuesday) for insulting the monarchy. Anon Nampa, 39, was convicted under the country’s controversial lèse majesté laws…

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Eight police among 17 suspects allegedly involved in online gambling business

Eight police officers, including a division commander, are among 17 suspects, allegedly implicated in an illegal online gambling platform, “”, are now in police custody, following the “Big Cleaning Day”…

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An iceberg floats near Two Hummock Island, Antarctica, February 2, 2020 by REUTERS.

Antarctic sea ice hits lowest winter maximum on record: US data

The sea ice around Antarctica likely had a record low surface area when it was at its maximum size this winter, a preliminary US analysis of satellite data showed Monday….

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Move Forward deputy leader Sirikanya Tansakul

Digital wallet scheme to be funded by borrowing from GSB : Move Forward MP Sirikanya

Move Forward party deputy leader Sirikanya Tansakul claimed today (Monday) that the money to fund the government’s 560-billion baht digital wallet scheme will be come in the form of loans…

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Permanent border Thai-Cambodian checkpoint mooted for Sa Kaeo

To boost bilateral trade and communications between Thailand and Cambodia, Sa Kaeo authorities have asked for the opening of a permanent checkpoint, linking Sa Kaeo province with Banteay Meanchey of…

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Ex-Democrat deputy leader Prinn sentenced to two years for sexual harassment

Former Democrat party deputy leader Prinn Panitchpakdi was sentenced to two years in prison today (Monday), after he was found guilty of sexually harassing an underage girl. The court acquitted…

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Raid on my house is result of internal conflicts : Deputy national police chief Surachate

Deputy national police chief Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn believes that the raid on his house this morning (Monday) was motivated by conflicts inside the Royal Thai Police. He claimed that…

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From left to right, Chairwoman of the Joint Foreign Chamber of Commerce in Thailand, Vibeke Lyssand Leirvag, President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Thailand, Mook Pibuldham, CEO and President of LH Bank, Shih Jiing-fuh

Foreign business leaders urge clarity and stability

As the Srettha government begins implementing its stimulus packages, aimed at revitalising Thailand’s economy, members of the foreign business community here have reiterated their call for political stability and regulatory…

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PM welcomes first group of Chinese tourists arriving under visa free program

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin and representatives of the Thai tourism sector and Ministry of Tourism and Sports went to Suvarnabhumi airport this morning (Monday) to welcome the first group of…

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This picture shows an engineer from artificial intelligence company Pulse9 conducting a demonstration as a live actor for virtual human Zaein, seen on-screen, during an interview with AFP at the company in Seoul.//AFP

From K-pop to sales girls: AI goes mainstream in South Korea

Seoul, South Korea – Her face is a deepfake. Her body belongs to a team of similar-sized actors. But she sings, reads the news, and sells luxury clothes on TV as AI…

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Pannika Wanich: Political death sentence snuffs out Thailand’s anti-establishment heroine

Last week’s Supreme Court ruling banning former MP Pannika Wanich from elections and political office for life has been criticized as political “capital punishment” by many observers. Ending her political…

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Police raid home of deputy national police chief in Bangkok

Cyber crime police raided house, in a housing estate in Bangkok, of Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, the deputy national police chief this morning (Monday), as part of their investigation into…

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New Move Forward leader outlines strategies for more change in Thai society

The Move Forward party will press for more change in Thai society, expand its political base across the country and transform the party into a political institution of the people,…

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The Secrets of Si Thep

Visiting the ancient town of Si Thep is now at the top of many travellers’ wish lists, thanks to UNESCO’s recent recognition of it as a World Cultural Heritage site….

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In this pool photo distributed by Sputnik agency, Russia’s President Vladimir Putin (R) shakes hands with North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un (L) during their meeting at the Vostochny Cosmodrome in Amur region on September 13, 2023. / AFP

North Korea says cooperation with Russia ‘natural’ for neighbours

North Korea on Monday slammed South Korean President Yoon Suk Yeol for criticising its cooperation with Moscow following leader Kim Jong Un’s Russia visit, saying it is “natural” and “normal” for neighbours to keep…

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US President Joe Biden speaks during the Phoenix awards dinner at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC on September 23, 2023. / AFP

Time ticking on US deadline to avert shutdown

Four months after barely avoiding a catastrophic default, the world’s largest economy is once again on the verge of a major fiscal crisis. President Joe Biden’s Democrats are engaged in…

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Debt moratorium policy an exercise in futility?

At the first meeting of the Cabinet on September 13, the new government announced a debt moratorium policy for farmers and small businesses. It was a common refrain of many…

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Thai troops seize 225kg of crystal meth near Thai-Myanmar border

Thai troops seized about 225kg of crystal methamphetamine, abandoned by a gang of drug smugglers on the Thai side of the Thai-Myanmar border in Mae Sai district of the northern…

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PM claims foreign corporations now more at ease about investing in Thailand

Foreign multi-national companies are now less worried about investing in Thailand, except for some legal issues which need to be addressed to facilitate investment, claimed Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin upon…

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PM denies appointing Thaksin as advisor

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said this morning (Sunday) that he had not told the media that he has appointed convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra as one of his advisors….

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Boy injured by explosion in Chachoengsao

A six-year old boy was seriously injured yesterday (Saturday) when he opened a bag, which had been abandoned in a playground near his house in Chachoengsao province, and explosive material…

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French rap star MHD poses for a picture after his performance at U Street Music Hall in Washington DC, n 2017.//AFP

French rapper MHD gets 12 years in prison for youth’s murder

Paris, France – French rapper MHD was sentenced Saturday to 12 years in prison for the 2018 murder of a young man in Paris who was rammed with a car before being set upon…

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‘Listen to the people’: PM’s push for water mega-projects triggers flood of concern 

Concerned Thais and environmentalists have expressed alarm at Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin’s support for a 2.2-trillion-baht water management project on the Mekong, Chi and Mun rivers. “I hope the prime minister…

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Cellular stations, possibly linked to call centre gangs in Myanmar, shut down

Police and officials from Thailand’s National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) have shut down six illegal cellular sites in the northern provinces of Tak and Chiang Rai and dismantled their…

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Wild gaur injures three forest rangers in Buri Ram

Three forest rangers were injured by a gaur in Buri Ram province on Friday evening. Atthaphon Charoenchansa, head of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation, said the incident took place…

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Court dismisses petition to overturn former park chief Rutchada’s dismissal

Former director-general of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation Department, Rutchada Suriyakul Ayutthaya, has lost his bid to have his dismissal overturned. The Central Administrative Court dismissed Ratchada’s petition today…

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File photo : French fashion designer Olivier Rousteing//AFP

Paris Fashion Week starts after Balmain robbery

Paris, France – The hectic fashion season reaches its last stop in Paris on Monday, with the biggest intrigue being whether beloved brand Balmain can recover from the theft of 50 outfits…

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Monet and Impressionist artists immortalized in Bangkok exhibition

In what promises to be a real feast for the eyes, the newly opened digital immersive exhibition “Monet & Friends Alive Bangkok” brings the best impressionist artworks by Claude Monet…

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Chaithawat voted new Move Forward leader

Move Forward party secretary-general Chaithawat Tulathon was elected new Move Forward party leader today (Saturday), succeeding Pita Limjaroenrat who stepped down. Chaithawat received 330 votes in favour, against five dissenting,…

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NACC considers appealing acquittal in a land encroachment case against politician

The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) will consult the Office of the Attorney-General over whether to appeal the verdict of the Region 2 Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Cases, acquitting…

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Blockbuster movie scares Chinese tourists away from Thailand

For millions of Chinese tourists, Thailand used to be a happy land of water fights, lantern festivals and delicious food. But thanks to social media rumours and a blockbuster movie,…

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Thailand is in new chapter of democracy : Thai PM

Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has promised a new chapter in Thailand’s democratic development by strengthening its democratic institutions and values, while improving the well-being of Thai people. Srettha has…

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The Progressive Movement’s core leader Piyabutr Saengkanokkul

Piyabutr promises to cease attacks on Move Forward

The Progressive Movement’s core leader Piyabutr Saengkanokkul has vowed to stop criticising the Move Forward party, after its supporters bombarded him with condemnation. In his live session on Facebook, Piyabutr…

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Phumtham welcomes convicted former PM Thaksin as PM’s chief advisor

Deputy Prime Minister Phumtham Wechayachai has welcomed Srettha Thavisin’s idea of having convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra act as an advisor, once he completes serving time in prison. “Thaksin…

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DNA from 2 dead children are parental match to Songsak and ex-partner

Analysis of DNA from two children, whose remains were dumped on wasteland in Bang Sue district in 2013 and 2014 respectively, revealed a parental match to murder suspect Songsak and…

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Ex-culture minister offers to surrender to face corruption charges

Fugitive former culture minister Itthiphol Kunplome has offered to surrender to face corruption charges, in connection with the illegal issuance of a permit for the construction of a condominium in…

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US President Joe Biden addresses the 78th United Nations General Assembly at UN headquarters in New York City on September 19.//AFP

US president congratulates Srettha on assuming office as Thailand’s prime minister

Thailand and the United States will further enhance Thai-US relations and trade development, said Prime Minister and Finance Minister Srettha Thavisin after he briefly met US President Joe Biden in…

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We miss you, Uncle Tu : Thanakorn

It has been almost a month since former Thai prime minister Prayut Chan-o-cha left the public eye, when he left office in late August. The country now has new leader,…

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Photo shows yellow-eyed penguin chicks being held by a vet at the hospital in Dunedin.//AFP

New Zealand probes mystery illness killing rare penguins

A mystery illness is decimating the chicks of New Zealand’s endangered yellow-eyed penguins, and scientists say they may have found the cause. The flightless birds, endemic to New Zealand, stand…

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Red Line train fare to be reduced to Bt20 by New Year

The State Railways of Thailand (SRT) board agreed yesterday (Thursday) to cut the fare on the Taling Chan-Bang Sue-Rangsit Red Line train service to 20 baht, from a maximum of…

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Thailand’s new PM holds talks with Tesla chief Musk

 Thailand’s new Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said on Thursday he held talks with Tesla TSLA.O chief Elon Musk during a visit to New York and they discussed the electric vehicle industry. Thailand,…

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PM asks Microsoft to invest in regional data centre in Thailand

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin invited Microsoft to invest in developing Thailand as a regional data centre during an informal discussion with Microsoft executives in New York on Thursday evening. An…

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PM admits political divide in Thailand is difficult to tackle

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin told Thai people living in the United States that the country’s political conflict is a matter of serious concern which is difficult and may take time…

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Move Forward secretary general Chaithawat Tulathon

Telltale signs to come from leadership changes 

The most lethal weapon has to be able to fly under the radar and pack a big punch. Chaithawat Tulathon is better than other candidates for the Move Forward Party’s…

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Thaksin could become government advisor : Srettha

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has hinted that convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra could be assigned an advisory role in his government, once he completes his time in prison. “I…

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Srettha government attempts to reorient foreign policy with old approach

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin is following the old approach to Thailand’s foreign affairs in a bid to rebuild confidence in the country on the global stage. The prime minister is…

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Thai PM says use of cannabis must be regulated within six months

Speaking in New York, Thailand’s Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said that his government will amend the law on cannabis, to restrict its use to medical purposes and to control retail…

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Mallika Boonmeetrakool Mahasook

Former Democrat MP Mallika quits party

Former Democrat party-list MP and party executive member Mallika Boonmeetrakool Mahasook has announced her resignation from the party, to spend more time in private and on her foundation, Mallika for…

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Transport minister vows to press ahead with land bridge mega project

Transport ministry will press ahead with the land bridge project, to link a deep-sea port in Ranong  on the west coast with a deep-sea port in Chumphon on the east…

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The Navy to reopen bidding for salvage of sunken HTMS Sukhothai next month

The Navy will reopen bidding for the contract to salvage the wreck of the Rattanakosin-class corvette ship, HTMS Sukhothai, which sank off Prachuap Khiri Khan province in December last year,…

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El Niño effects forecast to get worse from November to January

Thailand is facing moderate El Niño-Southern Oscillation (ENSO), which is expected to worsen in November and last until next January, according to Surasee Kidtimonton, secretary general of the National Water…

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It’s time for US to do more business in Thailand : Thai PM

This Thai government’s top priority is to re-energise Thailand’s competitiveness and position as a leading investment destination, an engine of growth in the region and as a place where people…

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Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Panpree Bahiddha-Nukara

Thai FM calls for reform of global health architecture

Thailand’s Foreign Minister Parnpree Bahiddha-Nukara has called for greater investment in Universal Health Coverage (UHC), to ensure the resilience of health systems, social protections, social justice and health equity. Describing…

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Minor earthquake hit Chiang Rai last night, no reports of damage

A 3.6 magnitude earthquake shook four districts of Thailand’s northern province of Chiang Rai about 45 minutes after midnight last night (Thursday morning), according to the Department of Mineral Resources….

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Photo shows Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin posing for a photo while FIFA president Gianni Infantino watching after their meeting on the sideline of UNGA conference in New York.

Thailand and ASEAN ready to host World Cup 2034 : Srettha

Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said he has advised FIFA president Gianni Infantino, during their recent meeting, that Thailand and other ASEAN members will be ready to co-host the 2034…

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File photo : Pannika Wanich

 Pannika vows to stay in politics

Pannika Wanich has vowed to stay engaged in political activities, despite being banned from election or appointment to political office for life by the Supreme Court. Writing on her Facebook…

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An official takes measurements of the blooming Rafflesia Arnoldi flower at the Rafflesia Arnoldi flower conservation center, in Pematang Kota Agung Utara, on November 1, 2022.//AFP

Most species of ‘world’s largest flower’ risk extinction: study

Bangkok, Thailand – Most species of the famously large Rafflesia flower, which has long captured the imagination with its enormous speckled red petals, are now at risk of extinction, new research warned Wednesday….

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Thong Fah logo

Blue Flag outlets may join “digital wallet” scheme : Commerce minister

Ministry of Commerce is considering using its extensive network of retail outlets, shops and eateries, under the “Blue Flag” (Thong Fah) program, to allow people, who may have difficulty finding…

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Bones found buried on wasteland in Bangkok in search for children’s remains

Police found two pieces of bone buried on vacant land behind a petrol station in Phahonyothin Soi 56 in Bangkok yesterday (Wednesday), after using a backhoe to excavate an area…

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Pannika Wanich

Former MP Pannika banned from contesting elections for life 

The Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Political Office Holders has decided to permanently revoke the right to contest elections of former MP of the disbanded Future Forward party Pannika Wanich,…

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Photo shows Larry Fink (L), CEO of BlackRock posing photo with Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin at the meeting.

Thai PM discusses investment with CEO BlackRock Inc. in New York

Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin says he is satisfied with his meeting with Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock Inc., which could lead to the firm making tangible and sustainable investments…

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Photo : Amarat Chokepamittkul

Former Move Forward MP doxes party critic

The Move Forward party will talk to its former MP, Amarat Chokepamitkul, to find out for more about her visit to a factory to find a Facebook and Twitter user…

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Photo : Thairath TV

Child murder suspect leads police to four burial sites in Bangkok

Police investigators and forensic officers escorted a murder suspect, his current spouse and former spouse, to four locations in Bang Sue and Sai Mai areas today (Wednesday), where four children,…

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Petitioner Srisuwan’s attacker given 15 days in prison

The man who attacked serial petitioner and political activist Srisuwan Janya in front of the media at the Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) last October 18 has been sentenced to 15 days…

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An aerial view of the Si Thep historical site in Phetchabun province. //AFP

Thailand hunts for missing ancient site treasures

Si Thep, Thailand – Under the scorching sun, Thai archaeologist Tanachaya Tiandee clambers through ruined pagodas in the ancient town of Si Thep, trying to unlock their mysteries — a task made harder because…

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Public Health minister defends appointing his spouse as advisor

Public Health minister Dr Cholnan Srikaew has defended his decision to appoint his wife, Dr Nuansakul Bamrungpong, as one of his advisors, insisting she has long experience in public health…

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Photo : former Move Forward party leader Pita Limjaroenrat//Cr : Move Forward party

The dramatic fall of Pita Limjaroenrat – and what it means for Move Forward Party

Pita Limjaroenrat, the initial frontrunner to become Thailand’s 30th prime minister, has made a huge sacrifice in a bid to secure the post of opposition leader for his Move Forward…

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Lina Mukherjee

Indonesia woman jailed for TikTok video praying before eating pork

Jakarta, Indonesia – An Indonesian court has sentenced a woman to two years in prison and handed her a heavy fine after she recited an Islamic prayer before eating pork in…

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Oil firms should not make excessive profit from consumers : Energy minister

Oil companies in Thailand should not take too much profit from consumers, to avoid inducing suffering, said Energy Minister Pirapan Salirathavibhaga today (Wednesday). The minister went to Customs Department to…

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A police and a drug trafficker killed in a raid in Chiang Rai

An anti-narcotics police officer and a suspected drug trafficker were killed and another officer was injured in a gun battle following a car chase in Mueang district of the northern…

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Thailand stresses achieving Sustainable Development Goals at UNGA : Srettha

Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has pledged to work for Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) attainment to uplift the lives and well-being of Thai people. Srettha promised to leave no one…

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Move Forward secretary general Chaithawat Tulathon

Chaithawat tipped to become new leader of Move Forward party

Move Forward Party Secretary-General Chaithawat Tulathon has been tipped to become the new party leader, succeeding Pita Limjaroenrat who stepped down on September 15. Pita is currently banned from performing…

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Interior Minister Anutin Charnvirakul chats with Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sitthipun after holding a talk on February 19.

Anutin admits to difficulties in solving the Green Line train issues

Interior Minister Anutin Charnvirakul admitted today (Tuesday) that solving the Green Line train issue, which involves massive debt, concession contracts and legal disputes, is complicated and difficult and will take…

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Elon Musk departs following a meeting in the office of US House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), at the US Capitol in Washington, DC, on September 13.//AFP

Musk considers charging all X users monthly fee

Paris, France –  Elon Musk has sparked outrage among fans of his social media platform X by suggesting he might introduce a monthly fee for all users, in what would be the…

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Si Thep historical park recognised as UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site

Thailand’s Si Thep historical park, in the northern province of Phetchabun, has been recognised as a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site at the World Heritage Committee’s 45th extended session in…

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“I’m ready to take helm of Pheu Thai party” : Paetongtarn

Paetongtarn, the youngest daughter of convicted former prime minister Thaksin, said today (Tuesday) that she is ready to become the leader of the Pheu Thai party, if it is the…

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My father underwent surgery last week : Paetongtarn

Thaksin Shinawatra, who is currently serving a prison sentence, underwent surgery last week and is in recovery, according to his youngest daughter Paetongtarn today (Tuesday). She declined to disclose any…

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Emergency decree in restive south extended for one month

The Cabinet has extended the emergency decree in force in most parts of Thailand’s Pattani, Yala and Narathiwat provinces for only one month, until October 18. Throughout the almost two…

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Thai Court revokes arbitrator’s ruling on Hopewell’s ฿24Bn compensation

Thailand’s Central Administrative Court has revoked a ruling by an arbitration tribunal, ordering the Ministry of Transport and State Railways of Thailand (SRT) to pay Hopewell Thailand Company 24 billion…

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Is it Move Forward’s turn to have its cake and eat it too?

The Move Forward Party, best known for its radical ideas, has always been seen by its critics as being politically naïve, but it may have finally started to learn the…

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UNICEF appoints Nualphan Lamsam as Thailand’s National Ambassador

UNICEF has named Nualphan Lamsam, affectionately known as Madam Pang, as the new National Ambassador for Thailand. In her new role, Madam Pang will serve as a beacon of hope…

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Government promises Bt400 minimum wage in January

Thailand’s minimum wage is expected to be increased to 400 baht/day, tentatively from January 1, according to Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin. He said that the increase should, however, be in…

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US President Joe Biden returns to the White House after disembarking from Marine One at the South Lawn of the White House on September, 17.//AFP

Biden says ‘I get it’ on age issue

Joe Biden, America’s oldest ever president, said Monday he understood a focus on his age but that he was running for re-election because Donald Trump wanted to “destroy” US democracy….

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PM Srettha to visit Cambodia this month

Cambodia is looking forward to Thai Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin’s visit to Phnom Penh later this month, aimed at further boosting ties between the two countries, according to Cambodia’s government…

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Online speculation grows over Kamnan Nok’s actual whereabouts

The mysteries surrounding the detention of convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has also caused many to doubt whether Praween Chanklai, “aka “Kamnan Nok”, a prime suspect in the murder…

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Pheu Thai MP Khrumanit Sungpoom

Move Forward party warned by Pheu Thai MPs not to “play games”

Pheu Thai MP Khrumanit Sungpoom has warned the Move Forward party about widespread speculation that it plans to engage in political game play by expelling Deputy House Speaker Padipat Suntiphada…

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No parole for Thaksin… yet

Convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra is not yet entitled to parole, according to Corrections Department spokesman Sitthi Sutheewong today (Monday). He dismissed as untrue reports that Thaksin, whose prison…

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Funding sources for “digital wallet” scheme will be known in 10 days : Deputy finance minister

The Finance Ministry is expected to have answers within ten days to clear public doubt about the source of funding for the government’s digital wallet scheme and the actual amount…

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Thais to enjoy more cut of electricity charge

The Cabinet has decided today (Monday) to reduce further the electricity rate, to 3.99 baht per unit. This follows last week’s decision to reduce the rate from 4.45 to 4.10…

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First deputy House speaker Padipat Santiphada

Deputy House speaker defends trip to Singapore

Deputy House speaker Padipat Suntiphada has defended his planned Singapore trip, saying people should not jump the gun in criticising him or his trip. “It is strange, because the trip…

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Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin attends the Thai Rath Forum 2023, on September 18.

NESDC casts doubts over domestic consumption rise from digital wallet scheme

National Social and Economic Council (NESDC) is unsure that the digital wallet scheme will boost domestic consumption to the level desired by the government, as the current consumption rate remains…

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Padipat’s trip to Singapore is above board – House speaker

The much-criticized planned trip to Singapore by Deputy House Speaker Padipat Suntiphada is a working visit and is permissible under parliamentary regulations, said the House speaker on Monday. Padipat, as…

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Snake no mistake: Australian fined for surfing with python

As if sharks were not already enough to worry about, an Australian surfer has been seen paddling out with a python coiled around his neck.  The intrepid surfer caused a stir on Australia’s Gold Coast after footage…

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PM Srettha is visiting Beijing in early October

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin will fly to Beijing early next month for a three-day official visit, a highly placed source said yesterday (Sunday). China will be the first country Srettha…

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Obesity prompts airlines to occasionally weigh passengers before flights

Several airlines are temporarily requiring their passengers to be weighed before boarding, the data from which is used in the calculation of take-off weight to ensure flight safety, as the…

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Eight districts of Chiang Mai flooded

Flash floods and river overflows have inundated 27 villages in eight districts of the northern province of Chiang Mai, following heavy rain during the weekend, according to the provincial Public…

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Witness claims he saw gunman fire seven shots into highway police officer

The Superintendent of Phaya Thai police station in Bangkok, who was among 25 officers at the house of Praween Chanklai, aka “Kamnan Nok” on the night of September 6th, claims…

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PM orders working committee to tackle illegal narcotics

A working committee has been set up to tackle illegal narcotics, with the active participation of the military and the aim of reducing the problem within a year, according to…

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