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Democrat: Dual-track train too pricey
A former Democrat Party MP urged the Transport Ministry to "re-calculate" the cost of building two new dual-track train lines to the Northeast, saying the 741.4 billion baht price tag was too high.
Tax reform aims to cut income gap
The National Council for Peace and Order has instructed the Finance Ministry to seek tax measures that can foster social fairness and bridge income disparities while boosting revenue for government coffers, says a ministry source.
'Janie horror photos' draw ire
The pictures of the woman started appearing in the media on Saturday. The woman had a bruised left eye and a large bruise on her upper right arm and back.
Thailand's former anti-gov't protest leader enters monkhood
Suthep Thaugsuban, who had led months-long protests against the former Yingluck government of Thailand, was ordained as a Buddhist monk Tuesday morning.
Facing uncomfortable truths
A withering assessment from the 'London Review of Books' might be the wake-up call the Democrats need to ensure they live up to their name, and their duty to Thailand The latest edition of the London Review of Books - Europe's most-popular intellectual periodical - makes uncomfortable reading for Thailand's most capable politicians.
Can Thais be reformed and reconciled all at once?
Reform and reconciliation are often mentioned in the same sentence. That's most likely because a lot of people believe, or hope, that the two things can go hand in hand, or at least one can lead to the other.