• Sun, 04 Nov 2018 12:04
    Court says Pattani schoolgirls can wear hijab
    The Songkhla Provincial Administrative Court has ordered that female Muslim students be allowed to wear a hijab at Anuban Pattani School in predominantly Muslim Pattani province.
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  • Wed, 03 Oct 2018 01:00
    Cabinet notes Court order for Exat 
    THE CABINET yesterday acknowledged the Supreme Administrative Court’s final ruling ordering Expressway Authority of Thailand (Exat) to pay compensation worth Bt1.8 billion plus interest – or about Bt4 billion in total – to Bangkok Expressway and Metro Plc’s subsidiary Northern Expressway Plc (NECL), according to the transport minister.
  • Mon, 01 Oct 2018 18:56
    Protesters defiant as older vans forced off roads
    A BAN ON COMMUTER vans more than 10 years old came into effect on Monday, with 1,000 such vehicles being taken out of service and with the Administrative Court rejecting a request by van operators and drivers for an emergency trial over the new law.
  • Fri, 14 Sep 2018 17:03
    DTAC 850MHz service extended until December
    The Central Administrative Court on Friday issued an order to grant an interim protection measure to 850MHz customers of Total Access Communication (DTAC), allowing them to continue to use the spectrum until December 15.
  • Fri, 14 Sep 2018 01:00
    Top court invalidates ruling on fossil terrace
    Decision a setback for environmentalists and locals fighting EGAT mining activities
  • Wed, 12 Sep 2018 18:55
    Court set to issue ruling on Mae Moh fossils case
    After a decade-long wait, the Central Administrative Court will on Thursday issue a verdict on a case filed by residents of Lampang’s Mae Moh district against the Thaksin Shinawatra-led Cabinet for failing to protect a large cluster of 13-million-year-old mollusc fossils.
  • Tue, 11 Sep 2018 18:40
    dtac files suit seeking equal protection for its 850MHz customers
    Mobile operator dtac (Total Access Communication) on Tuesday filed a lawsuit at the Administrative Court regarding a National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission resolution that results in dtac’s customers not being protected by the agency’s regulation on protection for expired concessions. 
  • Thu, 06 Sep 2018 12:24
    Dtac goes to court as concession set to expire
    Total Access Communication (dtac) on Thursday filed suit in Central Administrative Court seeking a grace period for its customers who will lose access to the service on the 850MHz spectrum band in nine days.
  • Tue, 14 Aug 2018 19:45
    Complaint against tree felling
    Srisuwan Janya, president of the Stop Global Warming Association, on Tuesday lodges a complaint with the Central Administrative Court against Bangkok Governor Pol General Aswin Kwanmuang and the director of the Chutuchak District Office, after the city cut down a big rain tree that was more than 50 years old on Saturday.
  • Fri, 29 Jun 2018 07:47
    Court orders GLO to pay Loxley Bt1 billion
    The Administrative Court of Thailand ruled on Thursday that the Government Lottery Office (GLO) should pay compensation of Bt945.6 million plus 7.5 per cent interest per annum beginning in 2011 to Loxley GTECH Technology, a joint venture between Loxley Plc and IGT Global Solutions Corporation.
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  • Sun, 24 Jun 2018 01:00
    SPECIAL REPORT: A painful judgement on land rights
  • Tue, 12 Jun 2018 01:00
    Karen brace for final verdict on forest eviction
    THE SUPREME Administrative Court will today read the verdict in the administrative lawsuit over the 2010 forced eviction of the Karen community from Phetchaburi’s Kaeng Krachan National Park.
  • Sun, 27 May 2018 13:26
    Prawet official pleads with vendors to abide by court order
    As many vendors continued to sell goods at the Ple market in Bangkok’s Prawet district in defiance of an order by the Central Administrative Court, to negotiate with them to leave the place.
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  • Thu, 17 May 2018 15:11
    ‘Furious aunties’ to sue BMA if they appeal court’s compensation verdict
    The lawyer of the Saengyoktrakarn Family has threatened a criminal lawsuit against the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), if it appealed Wednesday’s verdict of the Central Administrative Court over illegal markets around the family’s house.
  • Wed, 16 May 2018 19:33
    BMA saddled with Bt1.47m bill as ‘furious aunts’ win case
    A FAMILY could receive more than Bt1.47 million compensation for inconvenience because of the authorities’ failure to prevent “illegal markets” from operating around their house if the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) loses its appeal against a lower court verdict.
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