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  1. Prayut demands peace and quiet

    General news

    Prayut demands peace and quiet

    30 Jan 2015 : Another round of "invitations" is underway to outspoken government critics as Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha acts quickly to curb comments that he believes could lead to political conflict.

  2. Pole dancing on Bangkok subway: Don't try it

    About transportation safety

    Pole dancing on Bangkok subway: Don't try it

    29 Jan 2015 : 'Why the hell is she dancing?' other passengers asked, as she swung from the subway hand straps & slid down the subway pole, upside down. Mass transit authorities are considering legal action.

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  1. Orange Line's route changes to save costs

    Transportation news

    Orange Line's route changes to save costs

    19 Jan 2015 : The MRTA's Orange Line (South), Taling Chan-Thailand Cultural Centre, will be constructed along Rama IX Road instead of Pracha Songkhro Road, avoiding conflicts with residents and saving up to 3.6 billion baht in additional costs.

  2. Six million turn out for Pope in Manila

    International news

    Six million turn out for Pope in Manila

    19 Jan 2015 : Pope Francis drew a record six million people as he celebrated mass in the rain-swept Philippine capital Sunday, a triumphant finale to an Asian tour in which he championed the plight of the poor.

  3. Yingluck fails to appear in impeachment case

    General news

    Yingluck fails to appear in impeachment case

    17 Jan 2015 : There were many questions in yesterday's session of the National Legislative Assembly (NLA), but no answers as the law-makers demanded former prime minister Yingluck defend herself personally, not through representatives.

  4. Swiss currency float sends financial markets into tailspin

    About financial markets

    Swiss currency float sends financial markets into tailspin

    16 Jan 2015 : The "biggest currency shocker in years" caught everyone off guard & sent financial markets tumbling. Stock exchanges fell with investors buying up safe haven assets such as gold and German bonds.

  5. Thai-China railway to start this year

    About transportation

    Thai-China railway to start this year

    16 Jan 2015 : Construction of first two sections from Bangkok to Map Ta Phut will begin in September this year and service will begin in December 2017.

  6. Google Glass sales end Monday

    Technology news

    Google Glass sales end Monday

    16 Jan 2015 : Google has announced that will stop selling its mobile internet device known as Google Glass next Monday, a move many analysts believe is the end of the experiment, a contention strongly denied by the company.

  7. Belgium police kill 2 suspected militants as terror threat spreads

    European terror threat

    Belgium police kill 2 suspected militants as terror threat spreads

    16 Jan 2015 : Europe's terror crisis is not over. First, France and now Belgium where police have shot dead two alleged militants in a gun battle Thursday, reportedly foiling plans of an imminent attack suspected to involve jihadists who had returned from Syria.

  8. Helmets & law enforcement to reduce child deaths & injury

    About road safety

    Helmets & law enforcement to reduce child deaths & injury

    15 Jan 2015 : Last February, On-see said goodbye to his son as he left for school. The next time he saw him was in a morgue. Danaisak, aged 13, died from head injuries in a motorcycle accident.

  9. Discover Thainess

    Discover Thainess festival

    Discover Thainess

    15 Jan 2015 : Last night's Discover Thainess parade in the heart of Bangkok showcased culture from all four regions of the country. The festival continues at Lumpini Park from today until Sunday.

  10. Cambodia's Hun Sen celebrates 30 years in power today

    About Asean

    Cambodia's Hun Sen celebrates 30 years in power today

    14 Jan 2015 : From Khmer Rouge foot soldier to Prime Minister after Khmer Rouge defeat in 1985, Hun Sen brought stability to Cambodia accompanied, however, with serious human rights violations.

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