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Playboy features first Muslim woman in hijab



Los Angeles- Playboy magazine, once famous for bunnies and soft porn, for the first time is featuring a Muslim woman wearing a hijab, in a spread that is drawing both praise and criticism.

Court upholds acquittal of surgeons in organ-removal case

The Supreme Court Wednesday upheld the acquittal of the former director of Samut Prakan's Wachiraprakarn Hospital, along with two..

Singapore's National Day Parade

Police beefs up waterway security

Singapore - Two new patrol boats will ply the waters around the Marina Reservoir, providing extra pairs of eyes during major..

Politics

Thai authorities bar Amnesty International talk on torture

BANGKOK - Thai authorities shut down an Amnesty International news conference on torture in the kingdom Wednesday, the watchdog..

Economy

KResearch raises economic growth forecast to 3.3%

Kasikorn Research Centre on Wednesday revised upward Thailand's 2016 economic growth forecast to 3.3 per cent from 3 per cent.

rainny season

Swimmers warned as jellyfish washed ashore by storms

Thailand has issued a warning to swimmers and snorkellers against venturing into the oceans after recent storms washed poisonous..

Startup

Microsoft Vietnam, Vietnam Silicon Valley sign MoU

Microsoft Vietnam and Vietnam Silicon Valley (VSV) have signed a memorandum of understanding on..

Thais still like books they can touch, study finds

DESPITE BEING challenged by e-books and the change in the media landscape, the population of book..

Hilton looks at more growth in Myanmar

HILTON WORLDWIDE still plans to open more properties in Myanmar to cash in on the growing tourism..

Thailand pledges $1m to kick off Asean science development fund

THAILAND will invest an initial US$1 million (Bt34.5 million) to establish a Science, Technology and..

PM touts ‘universal design’ policy



THAILAND is set to transform itself into the Southeast Asian hub of “universal design” tourism,..


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The Prayut government has set a precedent in seeking massive compensation from elected politicians..

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Thailand and Myanmar join up for a new comedy set in Thailand but starring Myanmar's favourite..

Ekaterina Desnitskaya, the Russian commoner who married Prince Chakrabongse, adopted the language,..


A giant backside, a mountain of money and chastity belts suspended from a ceiling: the Turner Prize..


Samsung’s Culture Explorer 2.0 has been launched to bring Thais and foreign tourists back to the..


Thai brand Disaya branches out to offer a great selection of home decor items and accessories from..


Harnn weaves its magic at its new Heritage Spa Krungthep

A Thai fashion designer uses art as a synonym for his new collection

Italian, Spanish and French flavours combine in a gustatory celebration at Lucca

TALES FROM A TROUBLED LAND: Beset by violence for more than a decade, Thailand's three southernmost provinces are hoping to encourage more visitors. Read more

TALES FROM A TROUBLED LAND: Beset by..

TALES FROM A TROUBLED LAND: Beset by violence for more than a decade, Thailand's three southernmost provinces are hoping to encourage more visitors.

TALES FROM A TROUBLED LAND: Beset by..

TALES FROM A TROUBLED LAND: Beset by violence for more than a decade, Thailand's three southernmost provinces are hoping to encourage more visitors.

TALES FROM A TROUBLED LAND: Beset by..

TALES FROM A TROUBLED LAND: Beset by violence for more than a decade, Thailand's three southernmost provinces are hoping to encourage more visitors.