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FTI seeks incentives for South

The country's biggest industrial group will ask the government for a "wish list" of incentives to help businesses hard hit by the insurgency in the South.




Martial law lift likely for 40 provinces, not Bangkok

The Council for National Security (CNS) yesterday resolved to propose the lifting of martial law in more than half of the country's 76 provinces and retain it in strategically significant areas including Bangkok and the surrounding provinces.





Thai most popular at Singapore university

Thai has become the most popular Southeast Asian language at the National University of Singapore.



Suwat's visit has no political agenda : Democrat

Democrat Party secretary general Suthep Thaugsuban denied any political implication in his Tuesday's visit by former Thai Rak Thai Party deputy leader Suwat Liptapanlop.



Bo Bae market vendors threaten to hold marathon rally

Clothing vendors have threatened to hold a marathon rally outside the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) office to demand the withdrawal of municipal police who have been harassing them at Bo Bae market.



The Improbable but True Story of a Cat Nap

An elderly woman complained to police on Tuesday that one of her neighbours had kidnapped her favourite cat and asked for a ransom of Bt50.



List of 35 provinces to remain under martial law

The government Tuesday agrees to lift martial law in 41 provinces including Bangkok. The law will remain in 35 provinces due to domestic and forreign security concerns. The followings are list of 35 provinces;

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