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Caretaker Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra faces a court hearing this week that could bar her from office, a move that would be in line with the aims of recent anti-government protests but would plunge the country into uncharted waters.
Nonthaburi: Two Myanmar men have been detained in connection with the murder of the abbot of Wat Sam Ngam temple in Bang Bua Thong on Saturday night, police said yesterday.
Four Seasons Hotels Ltd, a Canadian-based management operator of luxury hotels, is looking to penetrate the Phuket market to tap Thailand's growing tourism industry better.
The public health permanent secretary on Tuesday asked parents in Ayutthaya and Nakhon Sawan to warn their children after the 1669 medical emergency hotline in the provinces had been flooded with prank calls made by teenagers.
Ousted premier Thaksin Shinawatra has called on all sides to end political malice and said the Yingluck Shinawatra-led government is ready for talks with every group so long as they are based on democratic principles.
Thirty-eight people were hurt when a coach skidded and landed on its side on the shoulder of a road in Kaeng Khoi, Saraburi province, on Tuesday.
Thais and tourists splash one another with water as they join the annual Songkran New Year celebration in Bangkok's Silom district on April 13. Thailand's tourism council said earlier this week that it expected Songkran revenues this year to reach around 14 billion baht .
Foreign tourists stay on Rin beach on Koh Phangan from Monday morning to noon the next day for the full-moon party.
The bucolic, once laid-back campus of one of Thailand's top universities is under a security clampdown.
Award-winning coverage: Akram, an 18-year-old Rohingya, who cannot walk, rests on a makeshift bed at a mosque near Songkhla, close to Thailand's border with Malaysia.
A SECRET 'club' of Queensland health workers would gather in a hospital workshop and celebrate how much they had stolen from taxpayers.
While other goods are bracing for lower exports and weakened consumption at home due to the political crisis, Thailand's digital content industry remains intact and on course to strong growth.
Songkran, the Thai traditional New Year--better known as the Water Festival--is all about getting blasted with water and beer and this year it landed on Sunday, April 13. You missed out on celebrating the festivities in Chiang Mai or Phuket with the hundreds of thousands who gathered there, but it's not too late to do a little Thai-style ... (more)
Consumers' weakened purchasing power and the domestic political turmoil have created an unfavourable condition for the retail business this year in most parts of the country.
People have started departing Bangkok to spend the Songkran holidays in their home provinces, resulting in heavy traffic major roads leading away from the capital city.