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  • CDC clarifies PM rule change

    27 Dec 2014 : Charter drafters have reiterated that their proposal for an unelected prime minister would apply only in the event of a political deadlock, but they admit the public needs more convincing.

  • Woman betrayed, takes 50 pills

    27 Dec 2014 : TRAT — A woman attempted to commit suicide by taking 50 paracetamol pills because her husband had been cheating on her, police said on Saturday.

  • New Year trips cause 10km line

    27 Dec 2014 : Traffic was heavily congested on a southern Isan highway, with vehicles stuck on the street for as long as 10-15 kilometres as of noon on Saturday.

  • Speed worth B38m seized

    27 Dec 2014 : Authorities have seized 126,000 methamphetamine pills with a street value of up to 38 million baht in two separate cases in northern Thailand.

  • At least eight dead in southern floods

    27 Dec 2014 : At least eight people have died and two are missing due to flooding in southern Thailand, officials confirmed Saturday.

  • World No 7 Berdych arrives in Thailand

    27 Dec 2014 : World No 7 and 2010 Wimbledon runner-up Tomáš Berdych arrived at Suvarnabhumi airport on Saturday morning to compete in the World Tennis Thailand Championship 2015, to be held in Hua Hin from Dec 31 to Jan 2.

  • Gold up on China stimulus hopes

    27 Dec 2014 : Gold prices rose further by 100 baht per baht weight at its opening on Saturday.

  • Sri Lanka landslides kill 14

    27 Dec 2014 : COLOMBO — At least 14 people were killed by landslides in Sri Lanka during floods that have displaced hundreds of thousands, local media reported on Saturday.

  • Gold prices up 100 baht

    27 Dec 2014 : The Gold Traders Association on Saturday morning announced buying prices at 18,282.96 baht per baht weight for gold ornaments and 18,550.00 baht per baht weight for gold bar.

  • fraud

    Daidomon executives face jail time

    27 Dec 2014 : The Criminal Court has sentenced three ex-Daidomon Group executives for falsifying documents and accounts and defrauding company assets.

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