21 May 2013 : The Stock Exchange of Thailand main index went up 0.03 point, or 0.00%, to close at 1,643.43 points at the end of trading session this afternoon. The trade value was 57.45 billion baht, with 9.86 billion shares traded.
21 May 2013 : The Pheu Thai Party has agreed to back the amnesty bill of Samut Prakan MP Worachai Hema, party spokesman Prompong Nopparit said on Tuesday.
21 May 2013 : Police on Tuesday said they would summon Thai Rath cartoonist Somchai "Chai Ratchawat" Katanyutanan for questioning on June 5 in a defamation case brought by Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra over comments he made on Facebook.
21 May 2013 : The cabinet on Tuesday approved the transfer of Khunying Porntip Rojanasunan from the post of director of the Central Institute of Forensic Science (CIFS) to the position of inspector-general of the Justice Ministry.
21 May 2013 : The Bank of Thailand (BoT) should be careful not to lower policy interest rates significantly, or risk creating a "bubble" in the stock or property markets, the CIMB Thai Bank warned on Tuesday.
21 May 2013 : A group of 40 Pheu Thai Party MPs on Tuesday said they would push for the smooth passage of Samut Prakan MP Worachai Hema's amnesty bill, while questions remain over whether Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yubamrung will table his reconciliation bill for consideration on May 23.
21 May 2013 : An increasing number of teenagers and families are seeking psychiatric counselling because of online harassment, the Department of Mental Health said.
21 May 2013 : Police from four countries have detained more than 800 suspects and shut down several drug rings in a crackdown on gangs operating along the Mekong River, Chinese state media said on Tuesday.
21 May 2013 : Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra will visit Japan from Wednesday until Saturday to discuss bilateral economic relations and attend an international conference, Government House announced.
21 May 2013 : WASHINGTON - The US State Department on Monday again designated Myanmar as a country of special concern for its severe violations of religious freedom, as it has since 1999 in an annual global assessment.