17 hrs ago
Court rules today on Bt2-tn bill
The caretaker government might scrap the Bt700-billion high-speed train project if the Constitutional Court rules today that the Bt2-trillion loan bill was passed in violation of the Constitution.
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22 hrs ago
EC gives Sukhumbhand yellow card
The Election Commission on Tuesday voted to issue a yellow card to Bangkok Governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra over complaints relating to the March 3, 2013 gubernatorial poll, meaning his victory could be nullified but he would be eligible to contest the election again.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Thaksin 'not seeking truce'
Former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra never approached the Democrat Party to seek a way out of the political crisis, his close aide said on Saturday.
Issara shrugs off arrest warrant
Issara Somchai on Saturday vowed to fight attempted murder charges after the People's Democratic Reform Committee ends its rally.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Jatuporn, Nattawut face bail hearing
Red-shirt leaders Jatuporn Prompan and Nattawut Saikuar must appear before the Criminal Court next month after being accused of violating bail conditions in a terrorism case related to the 2010 political violence.
B2.2tr loan bill judgment due March 12
The Constitution Court will rule whether the government's 2.2-trillion-baht borrowing bill breached the constitution on March 12 at 9.30am, the court's chief spokesman Pimol Thampitakpong said on Wednesday.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Thailand may extend state of emergency despite scaled-back protest
A state of emergency in Bangkok could be extended until anti-government protests end completely, Thailand's foreign minister said on Tuesday, adding that he feared more violence even though the protests had subsided.
Ruling will be sought on legal status of govt
Court to be asked if caretaker government still has power after House failed to meet within 30 days of February 2 election WITH THE 30-DAY constitutional deadline for a new House of Representatives to convene after a general election today, a legal question has arisen as to whether the caretaker government can still be considered to be legally ... (more)
CMPO stands firm
The Democrat Party on Monday demanded the caretaker government lift the emergency decree following the anti-government People's Democratic Reform Committee's decision to end its "Bangkok shutdown" campaign in the capital.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
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BANGKOK: Yingluck must set an anti-graft example
The ruling Pheu Thai's attitude toward corruption charges linked to the rice scheme is deplorable Let's get this straight: The Pheu Thai Party, or what it used to be, has not been picked on by the constitutional anti-corruption mechanism.
Latest casualty figures of Bangkok Shutdown: 23 dead, 768 wounded
On several confrontation between PDRC mob against the Royal Thai Police have left several police officers dead and wounded from the assault by armed protesters.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
PDRC moves from Pathumwan to Lumpini
People's Democratic Reform Committee protesters on Sunday morning moved from the Pathumwan intersection to join the main rally site at Lumpini Park.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Pipe bomb a 'scare tactic', says whistleblower Nataphol
Police inspect a spot near the anti-government rally site in Chaeng Wattana where an M79 grenade landed last night.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Abhisit: Yingluck retreat can ease crisis
In an interview with Kyodo News, Mr Abhisit warned that the political turmoil would continue if Ms Yingluck holds on to power without showing any concrete plans for reform.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
PM, Suthep must talk to avert crisis
The deaths of four children, caught in the line of fire as the political conflict took a turn for the worse, have caused the nation enormous grief.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Children fall victim to Thai political conflict
It seems like a distant memory. Thailand was the talk of beautiful islands, good spicy food and polite culture of hospitality.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
M79 attack near Democrat HQ
An M79 grenade was fired at a house adjacent to Democrat Party headquarters in Phaya Thai district on Monday night, but no one was injured.
Casualty of Thai Political Ambition
The Erawan emergency medical center has place the casualty toll at 19 killed and 717 people injured since November 30, 2013.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Blast clips spark accusations, confusion
A CNN news clip showing an explosion injuring policemen during deadly clashes between police and anti-government protesters at Phan Fah Bridge on Tuesday has sparked fierce debate over who threw the grenade.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Yingluck Shinawatra's statement on the NACC's charges over the Rice Pledging Scheme
I wish to begin by reaffirming that over the past two years since being appointed Prime Minister, I have been committed to serve the people of Thailand with honesty, integrity and every determined effort, as I have always been conscious of the mandate entrusted to me by the Thai people.