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No action against anti-coup student protesters: NCPO

THE National Council for Peace and Order will not take any special action against more than 30 students staging symbolic anti-coup protests to mark the first anniversary of the May 22 coup, NCPO spokesman Winthai Suvari said yesterday. Read more

No action against anti-coup student protesters: NCPO

NRC's term 'won't be extended'

Key charter drafter says PM won't change interim constitution to say NRC if charter draft is rejected next year Read more

NRC's term 'won't be extended'

Prayut, junta want 'happiness for Thais'

A YEAR AFTER |SEIZING POWER, PM PLEADS FOR MORAL SUPPORT Read more

Prayut, junta want 'happiness for Thais'

Chavalit denies 'Kra Canal deal'

FORMER PRIME Minister General Chavalit Yongchaiyudh yesterday labelled as groundless media reports about his supposed role in signing a Thai-Chinese cooperation agreement to develop the controversial Kra Canal project. Read more

Chavalit denies 'Kra Canal deal'

Plight of boat people is talk of the town

THE PROBLEMS of the Rohingya and boat people have been the talk of the town for over a week. The discussions have also been quite fierce. Read more

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No action against anti-coup student protesters: NCPO
May 24, 2015 1:00 am

No action against anti-coup student protesters: NCPO

THE National Council for Peace and Order will not take any special action against more than 30 students staging symbolic anti-coup protests to mark the first anniversary of the May 22 coup, NCPO..

NRC's term 'won't be extended'
May 24, 2015 1:00 am

NRC's term 'won't be extended'

Key charter drafter says PM won't change interim constitution to say NRC if charter draft is rejected next year

Prayut, junta want 'happiness for Thais'
May 23, 2015 1:00 am

Prayut, junta want 'happiness for Thais'

A YEAR AFTER |SEIZING POWER, PM PLEADS FOR MORAL SUPPORT


Chavalit denies 'Kra Canal deal'
May 23, 2015 1:00 am

Chavalit denies 'Kra Canal deal'

FORMER PRIME Minister General Chavalit Yongchaiyudh yesterday labelled as groundless media reports about his supposed role in signing a Thai-Chinese cooperation agreement to develop the controversial..

Plight of boat  people is talk  of the town
May 23, 2015 1:00 am

Plight of boat people is talk of the town

THE PROBLEMS of the Rohingya and boat people have been the talk of the town for over a week. The discussions have also been quite fierce.

EC urges alternate charter reforms, opposes plan for open party-lists
May 23, 2015 1:00 am

EC urges alternate charter reforms, opposes plan for open..

THE ELECTION Commission delivered an eight-point proposal to the constitution drafters yesterday in which it called for the EC to get increased power, including the capacity to disqualify poll..

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HRW calls for pressure on the junta
May 23, 2015 1:00 am

HRW calls for pressure on the junta

HUMAN Rights Watch yesterday called on the foreign community to continue to pressure the Thai government of General Prayut Chan-o-cha to return democracy to the Kingdom.

Views from both sides of the divide on the military seizure of power
May 23, 2015 1:00 am

Views from both sides of the divide on the military seizure..

ONE year after the coup, four high-profile individuals share their views on how they view the process to transform society under the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO). The following are..

NLA passes first inheritance tax
May 23, 2015 1:00 am

NLA passes first inheritance tax

Assembly backs levy 145-5 after threshold raised to Bt100m, minimum rate dropped to 5%, as sommai lauds bid to decrease inequality