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1. news | 24 Nov 2013
» Privy Council president Prem Tinsulanonda, 93, is in excellent health, his close aide Pisanu Phuthawong said, dismissing rumours the former prime minister was being treated in hospital for a serious lung infection.
2. news | 27 Nov 2013
» A photo taken on Monday evening shows Privy Council president Prem Tinsulanonda exercising on the front lawn of his Si Sao Thewet residence in Bangkok. It was released on Wednesday after rumours circulated about his deat...
3. learning | 24 Apr 2012
» Pictures of leading government officials paying respect to Privy Council president Prem Tinsulanonda have been hard for some red-shirts to accept. Watching the PM and cabinet members doing the same may be impossible.
4. news | 02 Dec 2013
» Privy Council chairman and statesman Prem Tinsulanonda has been closely monitoring the ongoing protests by anti-government groups from his Si Sao Thewes residence, his close aide Lt Gen Pissanu Putthawong said on Monday.
5. opinion | 17 Nov 2013
» After Gen Prem Tinsulanonda stepped down in 1988, Thailand began a new experiment with democracy. The result was one heartbreak after another.
6. news | 10 Nov 2013
» Whenever the subject of political rallies in Thailand comes up, one of the key images in people's minds is sure to be that of Maj Gen Chamlong Srimuang. He has been a colourful player in Thai politics since his days ...
7. news | 06 Dec 2013
» Anti-government demonstrators have cast doubts over the proposed establishment of a people's council.
8. news | 10 Dec 2013
» The dissolution of the House of Representatives will not end the political conflict, according to Council of University Presidents of Thailand (CUPT ) vice president Chalermchai Boonyaleepun.
9. opinion | 05 Dec 2013
» Protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban's proposal for a people's council and an interim government will be difficult to make happen.
10. news | 04 Dec 2013
» Anti-government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban has for the first time spelt out what he means by his proposal for a "people's council" to run the country.