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Public advised to prepare for a hot summer from March through May

The Meteorological Department is advising people in Thailand to be prepared for the arrival of the hot season, expected to begin at the end of this month, especially those living…

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LGBTQ+ couples in Thailand register their marriages on Valentine’s Day

Many LGBT+ couples went to the Jewellery Trade Centre (JTC) on Silom Road in Bang Rak district today, to register their union on Valentine’s Day. They were among about 800…

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Student network demands the facts on Thaksin’s true medical condition

The Network of Students and People for Reform of Thailand gathered today in front of the Police General Hospital, demanding that doctors reveal Thaksin Shinawatra’s actual medical condition. Police prevented…

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Government to encourage couples to have children as birth rate declines

As the birth rate steadily declines to lower than the death rate, the Pheu Thai-led government is to add increasing the birth rate to the national agenda in March, said…

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Police seeking two Scots in connection with Myanmar businessman’s murder

Police are looking for two Scottish men, accused by a Myanmar woman of killing her son and robbing him of about 5 million baht in cash at an apartment on…

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Srettha walks a tightrope between maritime border and energy exploration with Cambodia

As Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin pursues closer ties with neighbouring Cambodia, he is also under pressure to speed up, set clear timelines and procedures for negotiations on the two countries’…

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Two monarchy reform campaigners in court for detention extension

Taluwang group leading members, Tantawan Tuatulanon and Natthanon Chaimahabutra, were escorted from Chalong Krung police station to the Ratchadapisek Criminal Court this morning to have their detentions extended. Police went…

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Bangkok administration lacks funding to build three mass transit lines

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has decided to scrap the construction of three mass transit projects, due to a shortage of money, and to transfer them to the Ministry of…

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PM reiterates Thai government’s intention to tackle debt problem

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has reiterated the government’s determination to resolve formal and informal debt problems within the 4-year term of his administration. He said that the progress in tackling…

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Slow economic growth, lack of foreign investment are major challenges

Thailand’s biggest economic challenge is that its economy has been growing at slower pace, about 3% per annum, than Malaysia and China, at about 5% annually, because it lacks the…

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The sun sets behind clounds in the Kerobokan district on Indonesia’s resort island of Bali on January 20.//AFP

Bali $10 tourist e-tax comes into force

Denpasar, Indonesia – The Indonesian resort haven of Bali began imposing a 150,000 rupiah ($10) tax on arriving tourists Wednesday to preserve the culture of the “Island of Gods”, officials said. Tourist-dependent…

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Voters look at lists of candidates in Indonesia’s presidential and legislative elections at a polling station in Kwamki Narama district, Mimika regency, Central Papua on February 14.//AFP

Indonesia begins voting with ex-general Subianto the favourite

Jakarta, Indonesia – Indonesians began voting for a new president Wednesday with Defence Minister Prabowo Subianto the frontrunner despite concerns over his human rights record and claims of improper support from…

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Why release of Thaksin could be a tipping point for Thai politics

The expected release of convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra next week is set to inject more heat into the simmering powerplay between conservative elites and the ex-PM, analysts say….

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Black roses are the latest trend, despite Thailand’s long-held belief of them as a symbol of immortality, death, and the supernatural.

Roses, lovers and cats – Pak Khlong Talat at dusk

Pak Khlong Talat, the Bangkok flower market, runs from midday into the night, seven days a week. While it’s never empty, Valentine’s Day gave tourists and locals a timely excuse…

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Journalists arrested in temple graffiti case released on bail

The Criminal Court released on bail today two journalists who had been taken into police custody in connection with the alleged defacing of a wall of the Temple of the…

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Move over elephant pants, “Capybara pants” are here!

While Thai elephant pants have become a viral sensation, Khao Kheow Open Zoo, in Thailand’s Chonburi province, has introduced its new “capybara pants”, which are expected to go on sale…

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Thai netizens rally in support of Princess

A large number of Thai netizens have switched their Facebook covers and profile photos to include pictures of HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn and her favourite colour, purple, as a…

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Professor Aaron Ciechanover

A conversation with a Nobel Laureate on longevity and looking young

Soon, cancer patients will have an additional treatment option, moving away from relying solely on chemotherapy, which often has deleterious side effects. The current one-size-fits-all approach to treating many diseases…

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BLACKPINK singer Lisa to star as ‘White Lotus’ hits Thailand

Singer Lisa of megastar K-pop girl group BLACKPINK will join the cast of “The White Lotus”, HBO said Tuesday, as the third season of the hit TV series moves to…

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File photo : Thaksin Shinawatra

Thaksin to walk free from prison on Sunday

Convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra is expected to be released this Sunday, as he is on the latest list of 930 prisoners granted parole, according to Justice Minister Tawee…

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Revised regulation on meth pill possession is nothing new – Health Minister

The Ministry of Public Health and the Office of the Narcotics Control Board (ONCB) have defended a revised ministerial regulation which treats a person who possesses five meth pills, instead…

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Two reporters in police custody over defacing of a Royal temple wall

A Prachatai and an independent reporter were taken into police custody on Monday in connection with the alleged defacing of the walls of the Temple of the Emerald Buddha in…

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Volunteer killed, four injured in roadside explosion in Narathiwat

A defence volunteer was killed and four others were injured in a roadside explosion in Janae district of Thailand’s southernmost province of Narathiwat today. The incident occurred just a few…

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Thaksin’s opponents to petition justice minister to deny him parole

A group of opponents plans to submit a petition to Justice Minister Tawee Sodsong tomorrow at Government House, protesting against parole for convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra. Meanwhile, a…

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A diver inspects the sunken Sukhothai corvette. In the photo, a sign reads ‘Sukhothai’.”

Operation to assess salvaging of Sukhothai corvette to begin on February 21

The Thai and US navies will launch a joint operation on February 21, to explore the sunken Sukhothai corvette, to destroy the remaining ammunition and, if possible, to salvage the…

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The price of love: Valentine’s Day spending to reach more than 2.5 billion baht in 2024

Valentine’s Day is expected to cost consumers more this year as inflation remains sticky. Yet despite the economic doldrums, they are planning to celebrate the official day of love with…

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File photo : new FAT president Nualphan Lamsam

Nualphan Lamsam: Can Thailand’s first female football chief turn World Cup dream into reality?

In a revolution for Thai football, Nualphan Lamsam has become the first woman president of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) in its 103-year history. Nualphan’s victory has not only…

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Five immigration officers jailed for 15 years each for extortion

Five immigration police officers were sentenced to 15 years in prison each today, after they were found guilty by the Criminal Court for Corruption and Misconduct Cases of extorting 10…

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Tantawan Tuatulanon

Police claim hidden elements behind Taluwang anti-monarchy group

Police believe that hidden elements are behind a recent incident, in which members of the anti-monarchy Taluwang group sounded a car horn at the convoy of HRH Princess Maha Chakri…

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How a Japanese woman’s first trip to Thailand ended in tragedy

Tamako Kawashita was cheerful and in high spirits when she left Japan for what she expected to be a wonderful trip to Thailand 17 years ago. “Her life, however, ended…

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UNDP report says human rights defenders are targeted by businesses, 30% are victims of violence resulting in loss of life.

A new UN report claims that, between 2001 and 2021, 30% of outspoken Thai activists experienced violence resulting in a loss of life, by the businesses against which they had…

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HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn presides over an opening ceremony of Chinese New Year Festival in Yaowarat area on February 10.//FB

Military academy alumni meet to offer moral support to Princess

Alumni and current officials of the Chulachomklao Royal Military Academy are reacting to an incident in which a group of anti-monarchy activists in a car objected to congestion allegedly caused…

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Military officers march during a parade to commemorate Myanmar’s 78th Armed Forces Day in Naypyitaw, Myanmar, on March 27, 2023. Myanmar’s military government on Saturday Feb. 10, 2024 activated for the first time a decade-old conscription law that makes young men and women subject to at least two years of military service if called up, effective immediately. //AP

Myanmar junta enforces military service law

Myanmar’s junta is enforcing a law allowing the military to summon all men aged 18-35 and women aged 18-27 to serve for at least two years, it said on Saturday, as…

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Government finds itself backed into a corner on digital wallet scheme

The Thai government’s controversial plan to raise 500 billion baht through an off-budget loan for the digital wallet scheme has run into another roadblock. The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) recently…

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Government to roll out new measures to tackle Thai indebtedness

The Thai government is expected to announce new measures today to solve the debt problems of Thai people, after it was revealed that, by the end of last year, household…

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Red flags flying on Krabi beaches as speed boat capsizes in rough seas

Red flags are being flown along the beaches in the Hat Noppharat Tara Mo Ko Phi-Phi National Park, to warn tourists not to swim in the sea due to strong…

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United Thai Nation party to seek revamp of Royal motorcade security

The United Thai Nation party will propose a motion to the House of Representatives seeking a revamp of security measures for Royal motorcades, following a recent incident in which a…

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Progress made in ASEAN-China FTA talks in Hangzhou

ASEAN and China are reported to have made substantial progress in the 5th round of the ASEAN-China free trade agreement (ACFTA) upgrade negotiations held between January 29th and February 2nd…

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The puzzling discussions about the ‘elephant pants’

For a few days during the first week of February, news headlines in Thailand included reports about the ‘elephant pants’. Discussions ranged from trade competitiveness to copyrights to what has…

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Excessive PM2.5 dust in 49 areas of Bangkok Sunday

Forty-nine areas of Bangkok have excessive levels of PM2.5 dust in the atmosphere, as the Air Quality Information Centre of the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration advises everyone to reduce their out-door…

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NASA’s DC-8 flying laboratory has flown Earth science missions for more than 25 years under NASA’s Airborne Science Program.//Photo : NASA

World’s biggest flying lab comes to Asia on air pollution mission

Clark, Philippines – NASA has kicked off a series of c, in an ambitious mission to improve the models that help to forecast and fight air pollution. Millions of deaths each year are…

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Japanese father returns to Thailand, pursuing 17-Year quest for daughter’s murderer

Yasuaki Kawashita, a Japanese man from Osaka, returned to Thailand today to demand answers from the Thai police regarding the unsolved murder of his then 27-year-old daughter during the Loy…

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An image grab shows Claude Monet’s “Le Printemps” (Spring) after two activists threw soup at the glass-covered artwork. SCREENSHOT: X/NEXTA

Activists throw soup at Monet painting in Lyon museum

Protesters hurled soup at a Monet painting on Saturday in a museum in southeast France, the latest action by a campaign group that pulled a similar stunt on the Mona Lisa last…

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Tourists flock into Chinatown and Phuket to celebrate Chinese New Year

Tourists, mostly Chinese, and locals have been flocking to Bangkok’s Chinatown yesterday and today to celebrate Chinese New Year while, in Phuket, tourists on the resort island have pushed hotel…

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Royalists clash with pro-democracy group at Siam Square BTS station

A group of royalists clashed with pro-democracy demonstrators at the Siam Square sky train station today, forcing Pathumwan police and BTS officials to close all entrances to the connected malls….

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First red-headed vulture born in the wild in Thailand in 30 years

The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation announced yesterday the hatching of red-headed vulture chick (Asian king vulture – sarcogyps calvus) – the first of its kind in…

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Canadian who opened plane door before take off self- harms in cell

The Canadian man in Chiang Mai, who was arrested after opening the door of a Thai Airways aircraft as it was about to take off on Wednesday night, has been…

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Photo taken in December 2023 shows members of the Mandalay People’s Defence Forces (MDY-PDF) preparing to release a drone on the frontline amid clashes with Myanmar’s military in northern Shan State.//AFP

Parnpree-Blinken to discuss Myanmar crisis in DC

Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Parnpree Bahindra-Nukara is scheduled to meet the US State Secretary Antony Blinken in Washington DC on Monday to discuss bilateral issues with the Myanmar…

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Snack bars to night guards: Will reforms ease burden on Thailand’s teachers?

Noi’s school day starts at 6am sharp, when she arrives to set up the snack bar – adding to her already demanding 15-hour weekly teaching load. “I need to be…

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House committee welcomes humanitarian aid plan for Myanmar

Thailand’s plan to send humanitarian assistance to displaced persons inside Myanmar should be followed by a more active role by the current Srettha government in helping find a peaceful solution…

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File photo : Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa// AFP

Star Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa dies at 88

Charismatic Japanese conductor Seiji Ozawa, who led the Boston Symphony Orchestra for nearly 30 years and delighted audiences with his energetic style, died at his home in Tokyo aged 88,…

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Pheu Thai leader Paetongtarn Shinawatra

Paetongtarn fears her father will be re-arrested for violating royal defamation laws

Pheu Thai leader Paetongtarn Shinawatra admitted today that she is worried that her father, Thaksin, may be arrested for violating royal defamation laws in 2015. Thaksin, currently convicted and jailed…

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Thai delight voted fourth best pancake in the world by TasteAtlas

Khanom Krok, a Thai dessert pancake, has been ranked the world’s fourth best pancake and the best in Southeast Asia in February’s Tasteatlas listing. The website ranked the top 50…

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Commercial fishing restrictions in Gulf of Thailand start February 15

The Fisheries Department has announced a 3-month commercial fishing restriction in the Gulf of Thailand, starting February 15, to protect spawning mackerel and to allow their fry to mature. The…

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Supporters of presidential candidate Anies Baswedan and vice presidential candidate Muhaimin Iskandar attend an campaign rally organised by youth volunteers in Jakarta on February 8.//AFP

Indonesia candidates turn to K-pop to pull votes

Indonesia holds its presidential election on Wednesday but candidates are looking to another country’s export to win votes — K-pop, the South Korean sensation that has swept much of the…

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Hundreds of firefighters tackling fires in western forest complex

About 250 firefighters have been deployed by the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation to prevent fires in the western forest complex from spreading. So far, 1,600 hectares…

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Thai politicians express best wishes for Thais on Lunar New Year

This Lunar New Year, many high-profile politicians in Thailand are posting on social media to wish their followers a good and prosperous year of the Dragon. Thai PBS World compiles…

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Srettha wishes for prosperous year for Thai-Chinese relationship.

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin delivered his Chinese New Year message today, wishing a prosperous year for the relationship, trade and investment between Thailand and China and increased visits by the…

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Flights to and from Chiang Mai affected as passenger tries to open plane door

Several flights departing from Chiang Mai airport were delayed and a few arriving flights were diverted to other airports last night, after a passenger on a Thai Airways International flight…

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File photo : Thaksin Shinawatra//Reuters

Everyone will walk legal, constitutional and political tightropes on Thaksin

Article 112 requires prudence in everything – enforcement, commentaries for and against, judgement of wrongdoing and etc. Cue Thaksin Shinawatra and that can be an understatement. In a few days,…

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Lop Buri macaques to be relocated

Macaque monkeys in Lop Buri province that have caused a nuisance to visitors and residents in Lop Buri province will be relocated to a zoo by the end of this…

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This combination photo shows US President Joe Biden ((L) and France’s President Emmanuel Macron (R).//AFP

Biden mistakes dead leader for living one, again

US President Joe Biden has confused a European leader with a dead predecessor for the second time in a week, telling a campaign event he met Helmut Kohl four years after the…

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Madam Pang elected president of the Football Association of Thailand

Nualphan Lamsam, former manager of the Thai national football team, was approved by a majority vote as the new president of the Football Association of Thailand (FAT) today, becoming the…

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File photo : Theerayut Suwankesorn

Theerayut Suwankesorn: The lawyer seeking death penalty for Move Forward

The lawyer who successfully petitioned the Constitutional Court to block Move Forward’s reform push recently has now gone one step further by seeking the core opposition party’s dissolution. Theerayut Suwankesorn…

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Southern civic groups want peace talks in parallel with Gov-BRN talks

Civic groups in restive Deep South are calling for parallel peace talks, between the government and the people and people to people, to run alongside the government-Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN)…

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“Indy Jumbo” arrives in Lampang

The elephant has become famous after her mahout posted a video of her relaxing on a beach, looking at the sea and sky. The clip went viral and Thai netizens…

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A book by German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock has the word “Plagiarist” scribbled in at the library Tempelhof-Schoeneberg in Berlin on December 8, 2023. Damaged covers, scribbled political messages, torn out pages: in a municipal library in Berlin, traces of acts of vandalism cover an entire table and testify to a “culture war” attributed to the far right.//AFP

German libraries up defences against far-right attack

Defaced and destroyed, books  torn up and political messages scrawled across their pages: the evidence of an alleged far-right vandalism spree at a city library in Berlin covers an entire…

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Personal information of 20 million elderly Thais for sale on Dark Web

About 20 million sets of personal information on elderly Thai people have been leaked from the Department of Older Persons, in the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security, and…

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Cool weather until Tuesday in north, northeast, east and central region

People living in the north-eastern, northern, eastern and central regions, including Bangkok and its vicinity, will experience another round of cool weather from tomorrow until Tuesday, due to the arrival…

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TAT working on details of extended Songkran celebrations

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) will hold meetings next week with the Culture and Interior ministries, the private sector and other relevant agencies to discuss details of this year’s…

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Welcome to Bangkok Chinatown, a dazzling wonderland.//Photo: Prasert Thepsri

A Dragon Lights Up the Night in Yaowarat

As the sun sets over Bangkok, the vibrant lights of Yaowarat Road in the heart of the city’s Chinatown illuminate the bustling streets, marking the beginning of the Chinese New…

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NACC Secretary-General Niwatchai Kasemmongkol

National anti-graft watchdog raises reservations over government’s digital wallet scheme

The National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC), has not approved or rejected the government’s beleaguered “digital wallet” scheme, but has expressed concerns that it may fall foul of the Constitution and fiscal…

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Thai delegation, BRN agree to endorse peace plan soon

Representatives of the Thai government and a major separatist group ended their two days of peace talks in Kuala Lumpur today with an agreement to endorse a comprehensive peace roadmap…

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Photo shows North Korean Ambassador to Thailand Kim Je Bong (L) and Tha Education Minister Permpoon Chidchob who met on January 19.//Photo : Education Ministry website

Education ministry removes viral post featuring minister’s meeting with North Korean ambassador

The Education Ministry has decided to remove a post from its Facebook page showing a meeting between its minister and the North Korean ambassador to Thailand after it went viral…

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Three weeks of Songkran celebrations begin April 1

Thailand will celebrate this year’s Songkran festival for three weeks nationwide, starting on April 1st, in the hope that the planned fun-filled activities will develop the traditional water-splashing event into…

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Joint Thai-Cambodian working group to fight cross-border pollution

Thailand and Cambodia today recognised the importance of reducing cross-border airborne pollution by agreeing to establish a joint working group, including the setting up of a hotline for the sharing…

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Over 5,000 “Muay Thai” boxers gathering to set world record

More than 5,000 Muay Thai boxers from Thailand and 60 other countries took part in a ceremony to pay respects to Muay Thai teachers during the Amazing Muay Thai World…

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‘Weaving Our Stories’ – Threading an artistic journey

“Weaving has its own soul,” as expressed by ‘Mae Mae’, or the aunties and grannies from a weaving community, became a profound source of inspiration. These words are shared by…

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Move Forward Party’s Spokesman Parit Wacharasindhu speaking to Thepchai Yong in an interview for “Talking Politics” programme on Monday.

Move Forward to press ahead with amending Article 112 – but within limits imposed by court

The Move Forward Party has not abandoned its endeavor to have the lese majeste law amended but its spokesman admitted that it will have to work within the bounds set…

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Britain’s King Charles III and Britain’s Queen Camilla wave as they leave by car from Clarence House, travelling to Buckingham Palace, in London on February 6.//AFP

Harry jets in to visit King Charles after cancer diagnosis

London, United Kingdom – Charles III’s estranged son Prince Harry arrived in London on Tuesday, heading for his father’s side less than 24 hours after it was announced that the king had cancer. Harry, who now lives…

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File photo : Myanmar democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi’s son Kim Aris.//AFP

Myanmar’s Suu Kyi in ‘strong spirits’, son tells AFP

Bangkok – Ousted Myanmar democracy figurehead Aung San Suu Kyi is in “strong spirits”, her son told AFP Tuesday after receiving a letter from her — their first communication since she…

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Draft bill on protection of ethnic peoples approved by Cabinet

The Cabinet has endorsed a draft bill on the protection and support of indigenous ethnic peoples in Thailand, Culture Minister Sermsak Pongpanich said after the weekly cabinet meeting today. The…

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The Thai peace delegation led by Chatchai Bangchuad (seventh from left)  and BRN representatives in Malay attires pose for a photo with talk facilitator Gen Zulkifli Zainal Abidin (middle) before their peace meeting in Kuala Lumpur.

First day of South peace talks end with positive note

Representatives of the Thai government and a major separatist group ended their first day of peace talks hosted by Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur with emphasis on how to create an…

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File photo : Thaksin Shinawatra

Thaksin’s future still in the balance

The future of convicted former PM Thaksin Shinawatra, who is expected to be granted parole soon, remains uncertain, because he has now been charged with violating royal defamation laws during…

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PM wants tourists sight-seeing or shopping, not stuck in airports

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has wanted all arriving air passengers from abroad to take no more than 30 minutes going through the immigration procedure and picking up their luggage. He…

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37 protected forests off-limits to outsiders to prevent bushfires

Thirty-seven protected forests, including several wildlife sanctuaries and national parks, have been declared off-limits to outsiders without prior permission to enter, as the Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant…

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Southern peace talks resume today in Kuala Lumpur

Peace talks to end decades of armed conflict in the restive southernmost provinces of Thailand resumed after a year-long pause this morning in Kuala Lumpur, between a delegation from the…

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Rice policies caught in controversy and politicization ?

Thai society was shocked when well-known serial petitioner Srisuwan Janya, who has been a thorn in the flesh of the powers that be for years, was arrested on January 28…

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(FILES) Britain’s King Charles III looks on during an official welcoming ceremony at the Arc de Triomphe in Paris on September 20, 2023, on the first day of a state visit to France. Britain’s King Charles III has been diagnosed with a “form of cancer” according to a statement released by Buckingham Palace on February 5, 2024. (Photo by Yoan VALAT / POOL / AFP)

UK’s King Charles III diagnosed with cancer

King Charles III has been diagnosed with cancer and has begun treatment, Buckingham Palace said on Monday, sparking a flood of support from around the world. Charles, who became king…

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Thailand’s consumer price index for January lowest for 35 months

Thailand’s consumer price index has dropped for four months in a row, to 106.98 points in January this year, which is the lowest since February 2021, said Poonpong Naiyanapakorn, director…

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Four Shrines to Pray at during the Golden Dragon Year

The Chinese New Year is just around the corner, and Chinese communities worldwide are gearing up to celebrate the beginning of the year of the dragon on the traditional Chinese…

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Maya Bay voted world’s third best beach by Lonely Planet

Maya Bay, in Thailand’s southern province of Phang-nga, has been ranked the world’s third best beach by the Lonely Planet travel guide in its January edition. Maya Bay was described…

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The graphic depicts the rotation of online gambling workers and scammers around Thailand.

Thais rescued from forced labour in Myanmar to return home on Wednesday

Ninety-two Thai nationals, lured to work in casinos in the Myawaddy district of Kayin state in Myanmar and who were rescued by Myanmar authorities, are due to return to Thailand…

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File photo : Angpao

Scammers exploit Chinese New Year with deceptive promises of big Angpao : Cyber police

Scammers have seized the opportunity of the upcoming Chinese New Year by sending links via SMS, Line and Facebook, claiming that by simply clicking on the link, people can claim…

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Disabled man’s long tricycle journey to claim his disability allowance

A disabled made a long journey on a hand-operated tricycle, from his hometown in Sukhothai province to Bangkok, to claim his disability allowance from the Comptroller Department. Monthon Petchsang, 48,…

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Pita among protest leaders given suspended sentences for flash mob protest

Progressive Movement leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit and former Move Forward party leader Pita Limjaroenrat are among eight defendants given suspended jail terms by the Pathumwan District Court this morning, after they…

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Disappearing seagrass in sea off Trang threatens dugong population

Seagrass, a major food source for dugongs, has been steadily disappearing from the seas off Thailand’s southern province of Trang, raising concerns among marine scientists and conservationists over the fate…

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US singer-songwriter Miley Cyrus accepts the Record Of The Year award for “Flowers” on stage during the 66th Annual Grammy Awards at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on February 4.//AFP

Miley Cyrus wins Record of the Year Grammy for ‘Flowers’

Pop chameleon Miley Cyrus bested a stacked field that included Taylor Swift and Billie Eilish to win the Grammy for Record of the Year on Sunday. She nabbed the prize…

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Dumping of cheap Chinese-made “elephant pants” is opportunistic trade practice – PM

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said that the dumping of cheap Chinese-made elephant pants in the Thai market is a normal and opportunistic trade practice that should serve a lesson for…

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Questions remain over alleged corruption at the agriculture ministry

While the fire which broke out on the second floor of the Ministry of Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives last evening has already been extinguished, many questions remain regarding alleged widespread…

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