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Thai parliament holds Myanmar seminar despite junta’s objection

The Myanmar military junta has “strongly objected” to the Thai parliament’s hosting of a seminar on the situation in Myanmar over the weekend in Bangkok. The seminar was joined by…

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Checks ordered on foreigners in Phuket for possible links to organized crime

The Phuket provincial administration has instructed all district officers to check the backgrounds and conduct of foreigners living on the resort island, including the Swiss man who allegedly assaulted a…

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Workers prepare a store selling merchandise for US singer Taylor Swift at the Marina Bay Sands complex in Singapore on February 28, ahead of her sold-out shows in the city-state.//AFP

Singapore says Taylor Swift gig grant not as high as speculated

Singapore, Singapore – Singapore said Monday its grant to Taylor Swift for her concerts in the city was nowhere near as high as speculated, following media reports that the superstar was offered…

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Staircase in Phuket where doctor was assaulted now a tourist attraction

If you go to Phuket Island this summer, you should not miss taking photos with the stairway where a Swiss man allegedly kicked a Thai female doctor. People were seen queuing…

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Ministries set to settle Khao Yai land dispute with an MoU

A memorandum of understanding (MoU) is to be drafted, between the Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, to settle the land dispute related to areas…

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Air Force to surrender golf course at Don Mueang airport to AoT

The Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) has agreed, in principle, to hand over the Kantarat golf course, located between the two runways of Don Mueang airport, to Airports of Thailand…

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Thai Swifties fall victims to e-ticket scams

Chopluem Thammapunya, a well-known social media influencer, planned her trip and chose her attire carefully, to ensure she could fully enjoy Taylor Swift’s “Eras Tour” concert in Singapore on Sunday….

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Former-PM Yingluck acquitted by Supreme Court

The Supreme Court’s Criminal Division for Holders of Political Offices acquitted former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra and five other co-defendants today, from charges of abuse of authority over the bidding…

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Thai banks to charge for transactions abroad

From May 1st, Thai commercial banks will charge their customers a 1% Dynamic Currency Conversion (DCC) fee for making cash withdrawals abroad. A similar fee will also be levied on…

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Tit-for-tat in Khao Yai National Park land dispute

In an apparent tit-for-tat, the Agricultural Land Reform Office (ALRO) has decided to take legal action against Chaiwat Limlikhitaksorn, chief of the National Parks Office at the Department of National…

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Thailand apologises to India over remark by trade representative

Thailand has offered an official apology to India over a remark made by a Thai trade representative at the 13th World Trade Organisation ministerial conference in the United Arab Emirates….

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Exclusive Interview : Bank of Thailand governor on ‘creative tension’ with PM

In an exclusive interview with Thai PBS World, Bank of Thailand governor Sethaput Suthiwartnarueput talks to Suthichai Yoon about the Thai economy and interest rate policy. The central bank governor…

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This photo taken on February 4 shows a building destroyed and a damaged statue of Buddha (L) following fighting between Myanmar’s Military and the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) in Nam Hpat Kar, Kutkai township in Myanmar’s northern Shan State. In late October last year.//AFP

Myanmar now a ‘never-ending’ nightmare: UN

Geneva, Switzerland – Three years of military rule in Myanmar have inflicted unbearable cruelty, leaving people trapped in an unending nightmare as the conflict spreads, the UN human rights chief said Friday. The…

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A new art exhibition explores the Thai capital beyond its slogan

If you find yourself rolling your eyes at the overly rosy picture painted by Bangkok’s slogan, “Krungthep Cheewit Dee Dee Thee Long Tua” (Bangkok: The Perfect Life), then a new…

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Land title deeds for farmers: Can Thailand escape the poverty trap? 

A government initiative to convert agricultural land reform certificates into title deeds has sparked both hope and concern for millions of Thailand’s poorest people. For farmers, the initiative offers the…

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File photo : PM Srettha Thavisin greets Chinese tourists at Suvarnabhumi Airport last year.

Will visa waivers help Thailand’s tourism regain pre-pandemic levels?

Thai tourists are excited at the permanent visa-free agreement signed by Thailand and China, which would make travel for citizens of both countries easy, with large-scale implications for tourism. Chairat…

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Transport Ministry issues stern warning to Rama II road contractors

Transport Minister Suriya Juangroongruangkit has warned that contractors working on Rama II Road, who fail to meet their contractual deliverables within the specified deadlines, will be barred from bidding for…

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Thailand drafts landmark law opening surrogacy services to foreign couples

The Public Health Ministry is currently drafting an amendment, to the law on the protection of children born through the application of assisted reproductive technology, to allow foreign couples access…

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Police crackdown on major online gambling racket, seize Bt320m in assets

Technology Crime Suppression Bureau police have announced the successful crackdown on a major illegal online gambling network, with more than 200,000 gamblers registered as members. They also seized assets worth…

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Construction of the high-speed train station in Ayutthaya to begin in March

The State Railway of Thailand will begin the construction of a station for the Thai-Chinese high-speed train project in Ayutthaya province this month, in parallel with the laying of the…

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Air quality checks underway following blaze at Ayutthaya chemical store

Officials from the Pollution Control Department have started testing the air quality around a chemical storage warehouse in the Phachi district of Ayutthaya, following a fire last night. It took…

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That tricky thing called no-confidence debate

One “tradition” that Move Forward will find hard to challenge concerns the parliamentary censure of the government. Although opposition MPs are not required to do it every time it is…

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Chontida Asavahame: The young politician on a mission to revive political dynasty

Chontida “Pleng” Asavahame gave up her chance to become Thailand’s youngest party-list MP in January, instead taking on the tough mission of reviving her family’s fortunes in local politics. At…

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Former Land and House president to be indicted for money laundering

The Office of Attorney-General (OAG) has decided to charge former president of the Land and House real estate company, Anant Asavabhokhin, with money laundering in connection with Credit Union Khlong…

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A picture taken on January 21, 2021 in Nantes, western France shows a smartphone with the logo of Chinese social network Tik Tok. (Photo by LOIC VENANCE / AFP)

TikTok becomes Thailand’s choice for online shopping

TikTok, the online video-sharing platform, has become the most popular online shopping platform among Thais aged up to 29, according to a survey conducted by the Trade Policy and Strategy…

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“MoU 44” should be basis for talks to resolve Thai-Cambodia overlaps

The House Foreign Affairs Committee has urged the government to stick to the memorandum of understanding, signed in 2001 between Thailand and Cambodia and known as “MoU 44”, as the…

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Two Thais stand among the few worldwide capable of Quran repair : PM

Only a few people in the world can repair copies of the Qur’an, the holy book of Islam, and two of those experts live in Thailand’s Narathiwat province, according to…

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Migrants moving back to rural hometowns another symptom of Thailand’s economic maladies

Thailand’s economy is undergoing major changes, with ominous signs of a downward spiral. The country has been battling slow growth since the Asian financial crisis of 1997-1998, after being a…

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Srettha will attend the Asean-Australia summit in Melbourne

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin will attend the special Asea-Australia Summit in Melbourne, Australia, on March 4-6 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of their diplomatic relations, according to an informed diplomatic source….

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Flat lay of plant based vegetarian meat products for a plant based diet on a wooden table.

Price and taste play big roles in adopting a plant-based diet

Plant-based food companies and brands are being urged to improve the taste and lower the prices of their products while providing more information about the benefits of plant-based foods and…

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Alleged serial rapist arrested in Bangkok

An alleged rapist has been taken into police custody on a charge of raping an underage schoolgirl in Bangkok’s Thung Mahamek area. Yesterday’s arrest of the 40-year-old suspect, identified only…

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Hun Sen and Thaksin – a seamless intermingling of friendship and politics

The private visit of former Cambodian prime minister Hun Sen to Bangkok to see former Thai premier Thaksin Shinawatra is not only a testament to their personal friendship, but also has…

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Temporary measures to resolve NPLs at specialised financial institutions

The Bank of Thailand has issued a temporary measure allowing state-run banks of the Assets Management Company to establish joint asset management entities, to address the non-performing loans (NPLs) of…

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Srettha, the easily shocked premier

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin is once again a trending topic on social media, after netizens found him easily ‘shocked’ by too many issues, most of which are common knowledge in…

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Agriculture Ministry’s claim of “buffer zone” in Khao Yai park challenged

Defiant National Parks chief Chaiwat Limlikhitaksorn has challenged the Agriculture Ministry’s claim, based on the Army Survey Department’s “One Map”, that the disputed land in Khao Yai National Park is…

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Harpoon missiles salvaged from sunken Sukhothai corvette

Thai and US divers have recovered two Harpoon anti-ship missiles from the sunken HTMS Sukhothai corvette, but have not found the remains of five missing crew. The two missiles were…

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Committee approves new formula for calculating minimum wages

The tri-partite Wage Committee has approved, by a vote of 7:5, a new formula for the calculation of minimum wages, which is tentatively expected to come into force in April,…

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PM aims to promote tourism in deep south

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin is in the southernmost province of Yala today, to promote tourism and economic development in the region. He is expected to meet with local residents and…

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File photo : Ban Chan Song La

Powerhouse: Thaksin’s family mansion back at center of Thai politics

Once synonymous with the Shinawatras’ political power, the family mansion of Ban Chan Song La made headlines again this month when it was chosen as former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra’s…

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Demarcation stones around Khao Yai National Park on Sor Por Kor land – Minister

A map, called “One Map”, recently completed by the Army Survey Department, clearly shows that the Sor Por Kor (land reform) demarcation stones found by park officials are actually on…

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Ex-police chief among eight to be indicted over Red Bull heir’s hit-and-run case

The Office of the Attorney-General (OAG) has agreed to indict former police chief, Pol Gen Somyot Poompanmuang, former deputy attorney-general, Nate Naksuk, and six other individuals with malfeasance in office…

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Uthenthawai protesters demand self-determination in running of institute

Students and alumni of Rajamangala University of Technology Tawan-ok, Uthenthawai campus, are demanding self-determination in the management of the institute and its conversion to state property. They are also demanding…

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Prime minister visiting restive south amid heightened security

Security has been increased in Pattani’s Mueang district today, ahead of a visit by Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin to this southernmost province. The district is also home to the Krue…

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Thai exports are rebounding but huge trade deficit with China poses a threat

Exports are bringing cheer to Thailand’s gloomy economy, growing 10 per cent year on year in January, the highest in 19 months.   The January results marked six consecutive months of export…

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Thai golf prodigy Patty Tavatanakit brings pride to her home country

In the illustrious world of golf, moments of triumph often reflect tales of perseverance, skill, and unwavering dedication. Patty Tavatanakit, the young Thai golf prodigy, epitomizes this narrative of resilience…

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Draft decree signed exempting those who surrender unregistered firearms from legal action

Interior Minister Anutin Charnvirakul has signed a draft Executive Decree, exempting owners of illegal firearms, who surrender them to the authorities within a specific timeframe, from legal action. The draft…

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SRT agrees changes to design of Thai-Chinese high-speed train project

The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) has agreed to adjust the design of a section of the Thai-Chinese high-speed train project, in response to complaints from people in Nakhon Ratchasima…

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Students and alumni of Uthenthawai institute to protest against campus relocation

The Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovations and the Industrial Works Department have advised their staff to work from home on Tuesday, to prevent a potential confrontation with…

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Credit Bureau sounds alarm over 610 billion baht in housing loans in default

The National Credit Bureau has raised the alarm over the prospect of about 610 billion baht in housing loans becoming bad debts, as it urges the government to come to…

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Thai-US navies continue search of HTMS Sukhothai wreck today

The Thai and US navies are entering the fifth day of their joint operation to search for the remains of five crew members missing from sunken HTMS Sukhothai. A search…

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Chinese tourists in Thai traditiona (Temple of Dawan).

Unlocking borders: Thailand and China enter ‘visa-free era’ for tourists

For the first time since the two countries established modern-day diplomatic ties almost 50 years ago, Thai tourists will be allowed visa-free entry to China from March 1. Excitement is…

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Thaksin to have significant role in Pheu Thai ruling party – Poll

In an opinion poll, released today, most respondents (50.38%) say they believe that former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, now on parole, will have advisory political roles in the Pheu Thai…

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Court to decide on bail for hunger strikers today

The Criminal Court will decide today whether to grant bail to two hunger-striking monarchy reform activists, Tantawan Tuatulanon and Natthanon Chaimahabutra. The Criminal Court has previously refused to grant bail…

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Thailand-Kazakhstan to sign MoU on bilateral visa-free travel in April

Thailand and Kazakhstan are expected to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in April to permanently exempt Thai and Kazakh citizens from requiring pre-travel visas for travel to each other’s…

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The Piman Chakri Throne Hall greets visitors with mesmerizing projection mapping.//Photo by Warunee Maneekum

Stepping into the Dazzling Light at Wang Phya Thai

No longer just a historical landmark, Phya Thai Palace is now all about light, as the palace plays host to a magnificent light show to celebrate its 101st anniversary. “The…

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No expressway tolls on Maka Bucha day tomorrow : EXAT

Motorists will enjoy toll-free expressway use on Saturday, February 24, a compensatory public holiday for Makha Bucha Day tomorrow, according to the Expressway Authority of Thailand. The tollgates offering free…

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Thai exports for January up 10%, the highest in 19 months

Thai exports have risen for six straight months, with export value for January increasing by 10%, to US$22.6 billion, while imports went up by 2.6%, to US$25.4 billion, resulting in…

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Yingluck’s return has to be soon, but things can get complicated

In what has become one of Thailand’s most-scrutinised photos of late, ex-prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra sat near a pool apparently reminiscing about something. How he was dressed, how soft medical…

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Foreign Minister Parnpree Bahiddha-nukara during his recent visit to the border area in Tak which will be used as the staging point for humanitarian aid into Myanmar.

Parnpree expects humanitarian aid to Myanmar to begin in early March

Thai Foreign Minister Parnpree Bahiddha-nukara said he expects the delivery of humanitarian assistance to displaced people inside Myanmar to begin by the first week of March with the border area…

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Hunger striking reformist protester moved to Thammasat U Hospital

Tantawan Tuatulanon, a detained political activist, was transferred to Thammasat University Hospital from the Corrections Hospital yesterday, as her hunger strike reached its ninth day. The Thai Lawyers for Human…

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Princess captures home and the world in ‘Theirs and Ours’

The immediate reaction of visitors to HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn’s latest photo exhibition will undoubtedly be that she is good at capturing moments just like her father! And indeed,…

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Pol Gen Surachate refutes online gambling extortion allegation

Embattled deputy national police chief, Pol Gen Surachate Hakparn, called a press conference today to declare his innocence, after he was among five police officers charged by the Central Investigation…

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Probe ordered into alleged forest encroachment in Pang Asoke

The Royal Forest Department has order an investigation into an allegation that one of its former employees has encroached on the Pang Asoke woodlot, in Klang Dong sub-district of Nakhon…

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Thai self-confidence index reveals gap between aspirations and appearance

A fascinating new study, the “Self-Confidence Index”**, sheds light on the aspirations and anxieties of Thai consumers regarding their appearance. While Thais across various generations show considerable confidence in their…

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Thailand caught in a cycle of low GDP growth and high household debt

Thailand’s household debt remains worryingly high at almost 91 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP) as of the third quarter of last year, due largely to a debt overhang…

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PM aims to turn Thailand into multi-sector sustainable hubs

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has unveiled his vision for turning Thailand into a sustainable hub for tourism, wellness and medical services, agriculture, food, aviation, logistics, future mobility, financial services and…

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File photo : A group of local villagers in Udon Thani province talk to PM Srettha Thavisin about potash mining on February 19.

Thailand’s race to become a global potash giant leaves bitter taste in Isaan

Residents living around Thailand’s only commercial potash mine warn that Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin’s plan to transform the country into a leading potash producer risks inflicting devastating environmental impacts in…

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Hot season officially begins in Thailand

Thailand officially entered its hot season on Wednesday. It will last through to the middle of May with average daytime temperatures expected to be up to 2°C higher than last…

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Thai-US mission launched to find remains of missing HTMS Sukhothai crew

The Thai and US navies launched a joint operation today, to search for the remains of five crew missing from the sunken HTMS Sukhothai corvette, to salvage some weaponry and…

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Agriculture Ministry backs down on Sor Por Kor land claims in Khao Yai park

The Ministry of Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives has agreed to revoke all Sor Por Kor land certificates for all land reform plots in the Khao Yai area, to end the…

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Purchases of e-trucks and e-buses in Thailand are now tax deductible

The Electric Vehicle Board has agreed to promote the use of commercial electric vehicles in Thailand, such as truck or buses, by making the purchase price tax deductible, according to…

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House rejects self-selection of gender-based name honorifics

The opposition Move Forward party has vowed to continue to push for a bill seeking to allow members of the LGBTQ community to choose their own honorific name prefixes, after…

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Pattaya police collect evidence at the crime scene.

Man arrested in Pattaya following vicious attack on Chinese tourist

Pattaya police have arrested a 41-year-old Thai man for attempting to rob, rape, detain and set fire to a Chinese tourist in Chon Buri province on Sunday. The suspect, identified…

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Taylor Swift gets government grant to perform in Singapore

The upcoming Taylor Swift concerts in Singapore have received financial support from the Singapore government in the form of a grant, as reported by the Straits Times online. Tourism-related sectors,…

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Southern MPs complain about expensive air tickets to coastal provinces

Southern MPs of Bhumjaithai party have been airing their grievances over the high cost of domestic flights to the Andaman coastal provinces, such as Phuket, Krabi, Phang-nga, Satun and Trang,…

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Hun Sen describes his reunion with Thaksin as “a meeting of brothers”

Former Cambodian prime minister Hun Sen has described his relationship with his former Thai counterpart, Thaksin Shinawatra, as that of brothers and an excellent 32-year friendship. “We are brothers. We…

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Thai film director Ing Kanjanavanit with the DVD cover of Shakespeare Must Die, her adaption of Macbeth.//AP

Court lifts ban on “Shakespeare Must Die”

After 11 years of legal battles, the Supreme Administrative Court has finally lifted the ban on the Thai movie “Shakespeare Must Die”. Manit Sriwanichpoom, producer of the Thai movie, an…

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Hun Sen visits “my brother” Thaksin

Cambodia’s former PM Hun Sen travelled by private jet from Phnom Penh to visit former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra at his Bangkok residence today. Hun Sen is the first…

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File photo : Tantawan Tuatulanon

Tantawan Tuatulanon: The fearless young activist challenging Thai royalist establishment

Tantawan Tuatulanon, a political activist known for campaigning against royal motorcades, is back in the spotlight after her latest escapade sparked both public controversy and legal action. After being charged…

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Thai Air Force faces a choice between F-16 and Gripen to replace aging fleet

The Royal Thai Air Force plans to acquire 12 new fighter jets — either the US F-16 or the Swedish Gripen — to replace an aging fleet in the coming…

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THAI to acquire 45 Boeing 787 Dreamliners with option for 80 more

Thai Airways International has entered into a deal to acquire a fleet of 45 Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft, plus an option on another 80, with the deal also offering the…

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Former Cambodian PM Hun Sen to visit Thaksin tomorrow

Former Cambodian PM Hun Sen is scheduled to travel to Bangkok tomorrow to visit Thaksin Shinawatra, at the latter’s residence in Ban Chan Song La, Paetongtarn Shinawatra, Thaksin’s youngest daughter…

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Thailand’s national women’s football team is ready to take on the New Zealand Ford Football Ferns // Graphic by Anisha Satya

Thailand’s Chaba Kaew to take on Football Ferns in New Zealand

The Thai national women’s football team is set to play a two match series against New Zealand’s Ford Football Ferns in April. The Football Ferns, 30th on the FIFA rankings,…

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Bt104 million approved to promote Maha Songkran World Water Festival

The Cabinet approved a budget of about Bt104 million from the Central Fund today, to promote the ”Maha Songkran World Water Festival” in Bangkok and across the country in April….

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Man arrested for otter trading in Chachoengsao

Police in Chachoengsao province have detained a 26-year-old man for having protected wildlife animals including otters and their carcasses. Police also confiscated three soft-shelled turtle carcasses and those of two…

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PM urges MPC to call a special meeting to review policy rate

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin has urged the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) to call a special meeting to review its decision to maintain the policy rate at 2.5%, without waiting until…

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Buddhists in traditional attire travel in long-tailed boats to celebrate Magha Puja Day in the middle of Phayao Reservoir in northern Thailand.//Photo: TAT’s Chiang Rai Office

Marking a magical Magha Puja on tranquil waters

Nestled in the heart of Phayao Province, the picturesque Phayao Reservoir will serve as the backdrop for a celebration like no other – Magha Puja Day. On February 24, this…

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Is new amnesty law the path to political reconciliation in Thailand?

Legal amnesty for people charged with political crimes has been a hot potato for the past decade in Thailand. An attempt in 2013 by Yingluck Shinawatra’s Pheu Thai government to…

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Stray tiger trapped in Kamphaeng Phet

A wild tiger, which raised safety concerns when it was recently seen straying into a rural community in Khlong Lan district of Kamphaeng Phet province, was caught in a trap…

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Liquor Policy Committee drops plan to extend liquor sale hours, for now

Deputy Prime Minister Somsak Thepsuthin promised members of an anti-liquor network today that the Liquor Policy Committee will not extend liquor sales hours. About 300 members of the anti-liquor network…

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[FILE] (L-R) Miss Universe President Paula Shugart, CEO of JKN Global Group Jakapong Jakrajutatip, Miss Universe CEO Amy Emmerich stand on stage together during the Miss Universe Extravaganza, after JKN’s acquisition of the Miss Universe franchise, in Bangkok on November 7, 2022. (Photo by Lillian SUWANRUMPHA / AFP)

Defamation lawsuit threat against former Miss Universe brand owner

A former president of the Miss Universe Organisation (MUO) has threatened a defamation lawsuit against the former owner of the Miss Universe brand, Anne Jakrajutatip, for allegedly implying that she…

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NESDC urges policy rate, credit card interest and lending-deposit spread cuts

The National Economic and Social Development Council (NESDC) has urged the Bank of Thailand to review its policy rate, cut the credit card interest rate, from 8% to 5%, and…

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Live animal smuggler caught at Bangkok airport

A Mongolian man was arrested at Suvarnabhumi Airport on Saturday, as he attempted to smuggle live protected animals out of the country, said Customs spokesperson Phantong Loykulnanta today. The suspect…

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Thaksin’s lèse majesté case pending further investigation

Prosecution of the lèse majesté case against former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra has been postponed, after the attorney-general ordered further investigation into the case today, in response to Thaksin’s appeal…

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Laem Chabang Port in Chonburi province. (Photo by EEC)

Delays to key infrastructure projects in EEC discourage foreign investors

Foreign investors are reluctant to invest in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) because of delays in some major infrastructure projects, among them the high-speed train linking U-Tapao, Suvarnabhumi and Don…

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Many analysts have pointed out that tensions between major world superpowers have intensified, which will further restrict international trade and prolong the high price of energy. (Photo by @tawatchai07)

Thailand’s economic challenge: short-term relief vs long-term structural woes

The 5:2 vote by the Thai central bank’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) to hold the key policy rate at 2.50 per cent is a hint of an impending rate cut at…

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Thaksin is seen here sitting alone poolside at Ban Chan Song La after his release on parole. (Image Courtesy: Paetongtarn Shinawatra’s Instagram)

Corrections Department offers explanation for Thaksin’s release on parole

The Corrections Department issued a statement today, insisting that the release on parole of convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra this morning is complies with the law and that Thaksin…

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Parties or their members are behind political conflicts – NIDA Poll  

52.60% of respondents to a NIDA Poll are most concerned that the current political situation may lead to a new round of political conflict in Thailand, while 71.91% believe that…

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Dengue fever cases in Thailand on the rise

Dengue fever is on the rise, with a total of 13,126 cases, including 12 fatalities, being reported so far this year. This is a 2.2 fold increase over the same…

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PM Srettha says he has no plan to meet with Thaksin yet

Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin said today that he has no immediate plan to meet with convicted former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, but wishes him a happy reunion with his family…

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