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1. learning | 24 Nov 2012
» Even before the Pitak Siam rally began, thousands of rally-goers were blocked by police from entering the Royal Plaza area and, in a brief confrontation, tear gas was used against them. Leaders complain the government fa...
2. learning | 29 Oct 2012
» Siam Pitak leaders were pleased while Government leaders were surprised at the size of the crowd at yesterday's anti-government rally which some estimated to be as high as 20,000.
3. learning | 26 Nov 2012
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» Gen Boonlert says he is finished with "mobs" (more likely to be called large political protests in the English sense) and explains his reasons for ending the Pitak Siam rally.
4. learning | 23 Nov 2012
» Tomorrow's Pitak Siam rally poses a threat to national security, which justifies the invocation of the Internal Security Act (ISA), Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said yesterday.
5. learning | 20 Nov 2012
» Will the number of protesters this Saturday reach one million, 200,000, 80,000 or only 40,000? It depends on whom you ask.
6. news | 19 May 2013
» An elderly woman who travelled to Bangkok overnight to join the red shirt rally collapsed and died Sunday morning at Wat Pathum Wanaram, just before the street rally began.
7. travel | 18 Apr 2013
» To mark the 150th birthday anniversary of HRH Prince Narisaranuvattiwongse's birth ( April 28), the prince's grandson MR Chakrarot Chitrabongs, former permanent secretary for culture and former president of the S...
8. lifestyle | 09 Apr 2013
Newspaper section: Life
» Shutterbugs should get their gear out and focus on the "Siam Center Photo Contest 2013", which is offering cash prizes worth 200,000 baht in total.
9. learning | 02 Jun 2011
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» The PAD's rally is ending soon, likely hastened by Tuesday night's bomb attack, but its leaders vow to continue their "no-vote" campaign.
10. news | 06 May 2013
Newspaper section: News
» Thousands of people, including those adversely affected by state projects and landless farmers, were expected to rally in Bangkok today to call on the government to resolve their problems.