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81. news | 17 Nov 2013
» The Internal Security Act (ISA) could be extended if anti-government demonstrators refuse to end their protest, deputy national police chief Woraphong Chiewpreecha said on Saturday.
82. business | 29 Oct 2013
» A total of 29 companies submitted 41 applications for the 24 available digital TV licenses at the end of two-day application period ended Tuesday, according to National Broadcasting and Telecommunications commission (NBT...
83. news | 14 Dec 2013
» The national police chief says he could have faced criminal charges if he had attended Saturday's meeting between military top brass and anti-government protest leaders.
84. news | 02 Dec 2013
» Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Monday rejected the demands of anti-government protesters who are attempting to topple her, indicating she would not resign.
85. business | 13 Dec 2013
» As anti-government protests rumble on, Kasikorn Research Centre (K-Research) forecasts national economic growth next year ranging from 0.5% to 4.5%, according to four ways the dispute could play out.
86. news | 04 Dec 2013
» The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission on Wednesday warned people caught scrambling signals of the pro-Democrat Blue Sky satellite TV channel and the pro-Pheu Thai Asia Update channel may face a maxi...
87. learning | 17 Jul 2013
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» Crackdown on illegal foreign tourism companies, RFID tags for govt rice to stop corruption & bioplastics, today's news highlights.
88. learning | 20 Dec 2010
» Corrupt politicians soon dreamed up ways to circumvent the original public-private partnership (PPP) law of 1992. Can a new rewrite of the law close all the loopholes in the law used for corruption?
89. news | 30 Oct 2013
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» The rubber protest in the South and the anti-amnesty bill protest at the Uruphong intersection in Bangkok are linked and supporting each other, the National Security Council (NSC) says.
90. news | 06 Nov 2013
» The Internal Security Act's (ISA) scope will not be widened for now as anti-amnesty bill protests in the capital are still non-violent, National Security Council chief Paradorn Pattanatabut says.