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1. news | 28 Feb 2015
» The Criminal Court has refused bail and jailed the parents of former princess Thanpuying Srirasm Suwadee because the case is important and linked to the monarchy, it said yesterday.
2. news | 28 Feb 2015
» Property businessman Boontham Boonthepprathan has turned himself in to police over alleged crimes of lese majeste committed during land sales in Nakhon Ratchasima.
3. news | 27 Feb 2015
» Police jailed the parents of Thanpuying Srirasm Suwadee on Friday after they confessed to charges of lese majeste and arranging false statements to put a woman in prison more than a decade ago.
4. news | 26 Feb 2015
» Sappasit Limnorarat, the former deputy rector for finance at King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL), reported to the Crime Suppression Division (CSD) on Wednesday and denied any involvement in the...
5. news | 26 Feb 2015
» A gunman who allegedly murdered four men at a remote school in Chian Yai district of Nakhon Si Thammarat province early on Sunday morning has been arrested, a police source said on Wednesday.
6. news | 25 Feb 2015
» The former rector of King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL) reported to the Crime Suppression Division (CSD) on Tuesday and denied any involvement in the 1.494-billion-baht KMITL embezzlement scan
7. news | 23 Feb 2015
» The Central Investigation Bureau (CIB) is cracking down on influential figures involved in corruption in state projects under local administrative bodies.
8. news | 19 Feb 2015
» Three women suspected of duping car owners into buying fake auto insurance were caught at Suvarnhabumi Airport on Thursday just as they were about to flee to China.
9. news | 18 Feb 2015
» A Thai Military Bank phone operator was arrested on Wednesday in Bangkok’s Din Daeng district for allegedly falsifying business documents for private companies, after a hunt lasting seven years.
10. news | 16 Feb 2015
» Current police work may depend heavily on forensic science and DNA evidence to apprehend criminals, but sometimes all that officers need to collar criminals is a telephone.