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  • THAI axes 3 loss-making routes

    29 Jan 2015 : Thai Airways International will chop three routes as it continues efforts to stem its financial bleeding.

  • More Pheu Thai politicians summoned to NCPO

    29 Jan 2015 : Pichai Naripthaphan and Chaturon Chaisang from the Pheu Thai Party have been ordered to report to the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) after making political comments or criticising the government.

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  • Yingluck's fate sealed, says Pheu Thai

    19 Jan 2015 : It is clear that former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra will be impeached when the National Legislative Assembly (NLA) decides her fate on Friday, according to the Pheu Thai Party.

  • RETAIL

    Govt looks to expand duty-free services

    19 Jan 2015 : The government is exploring ways to allow more companies, including South Korea-based Lotte Group, to operate duty-free services at airports and downtown areas.

  • CRIME TRACK

    Rogue cops linked to kidnapping case

    19 Jan 2015 : The recent arrest of a South Korean suspect in a kidnapping case has underlined the existence of transnational gangs operating on Thai soil with the help of rogue law-enforcement officers. 

  • SPECIAL REPORT

    A home away from home

    19 Jan 2015 : After seven long years, a bill to protect the homeless and the abandoned has passed the scrutiny of legislators.

  • Record 6 million turn out for pope's final day in Manila

    18 Jan 2015 : MANILA — A record 6 million people poured into Manila's rain-soaked streets and its biggest park Sunday as Pope Francis ended his Asian pilgrimage with an appeal for Filipinos to protect their young from sin and vice so they can instead become missionaries of the faith.

  • NCPO: No interference in Yingluck vote

    18 Jan 2015 : National Legislative Assembly (NLA) members from the armed forces and retired officers will be free to vote on former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra and two others facing impeachment, Supreme Commander Worapong Sanganet said on Sunday.

  • Phra Kasem agrees to defrock

    18 Jan 2015 : A Phetchabun monk who admitted to having sex with a male discipline has left the monkhood after being put under pressure by the National Buddhism Office and lay people, reports said.

  • Bangkok's fast and furious

    18 Jan 2015 : ‘So where is it?” I asked Pong for the fifth time.

  • Sukhumvit shakedown

    18 Jan 2015 : It was about 9pm on a weeknight in March last year, and Mat, an American business consultant, was trying to hail a taxi on Sukhumvit Soi 36 when he was stopped by six policemen on motorcycles.

  • Abbot admits having sex with man

    17 Jan 2015 : The abbot of a Buddhist forest monastery in Phetchabun has shocked his fellow monks and Buddhist followers after admitting to a sexual affair with a close male aide.

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