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August 7 referendum

Referendum jitters



Three boys on Sunday show an official the site where they said a group of some 10 wild monkeys tore down a list of voters for the charter referendum from the boards at a polling booth in a temple in..

Thai junta chief eyes halal hub for restive south

NARATHIWAT - Thailand's junta chief vowed Monday to reboot the flagging economy of the kingdom's poor and rebel-hit south,..

PM’s Office ‘worried’ about monk rallies

PM’S OFFICE MINISTER Suwaphan Tanyuvardhana is trying to quell rallies by monks after a speech apparently meant to incite action..

Police probe highway officer’s alleged bribery video

National police chief Pol General Chakthip Chaijinda Monday ordered an investigation of a Chon Buri highway police officer who..

‘Impartial’ force of 100,000 officers to be marshalled for vote

An estimated 100,000 police officers will be deployed to ensure the August 7 public referendum on the charter draft is carried out..

Rio Games

Russia escapes IOC blanket ban

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has rejected clarion calls for Russia to banned from next month's Rio Olympics over the..

NBTC moves to aid TV channels

THE BROADCASTING regulator will soon propose for the Cabinet’s consideration two options to help..

CP Land, PTT plan to open budget hotels

CP LAND PLC, a subsidiary of Charoen Pokphand Group, plans enter into a joint venture with PTT Plc..

Leading energy drink company ‘engaged in unfair practices’

THE TRADE Competition Board will file a case with the Office of the Attorney-General over a major..

Market View

Tisco ups SET Index target to 1,600 pts

Tisco Securities

Myanmar needs to scale up transport investment: ADB



YANGON - Myanmar needs to invest US$45 billion to $60 billion in transport projects over the next 15..


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80% tipped to vote in Isaan as ‘many want closure’; people afraid to discuss charter; lack of..

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Performers at the recent Myanmar Night showcase the culture of Thailand’s Western neighbour to..

New Theatre Society’s new comedy is more than a simple laughing matter


A museum of weapons from around the world draws interest from visitors to southern Vietnam


Unesco adds the National Museum of Western Art to its list of cultural heritage sites


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Jewellery designer Anek Tantasirin plays with various types of quartz for his amazing collections


Ikea gauges global opinion on what makes an abode special

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Thailand Creative & Design Centre and..

Thailand Creative & Design Centre and the popular Thai comic book Kai Hua Ror reveal the key to success in the humour business with an exhibition at TCDC Gallery at the Emporium that runs through..

Celebrating Her Majesty the Queen's..

Celebrating Her Majesty the Queen's 84th birthday next month, the Contemporary Thai Fabric Project is showing its latest line of ready-to-wear apparel in the Eden Zone of Central World from..

Employees work on a construction site in..

Employees work on a construction site in Shanghai. China's second-quarter GDP growth was steady at 6.7% as the world's second-largest economy seeks stability in the face of a darkening global outlook...

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