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24 May 2013 : Japanese investors are keen to invest in Thailand's high-speed train project, a flagship scheme of the Yingluck Shinawatra government, the prime minister's secretary-general Suranand Vejjajiva says.
24 May 2013 : PHITSANULOK: Help has started to pour in for a mother who lost her two children in a house fire in Muang district after they lit a candle to do their homework.
12 May 2013 : Since the day she was born, 20-year-old Naw Lawnadoo has known almost nothing of the world beyond the fence and guard posts that hem her in with 45,000 others — ethnic minorities from Myanmar and those like her who were born and raised in the Mae La refugee camp in neighbouring Thailand.
12 May 2013 : A video clip of former Pheu Thai MP Karun Hosakul exchanging heated words with his former election rival Tankhun Jitt-itsara of the opposition Democrat Party has gone viral.
12 May 2013 : The central bank would consider reducing its policy interest rate if first-quarter economic data supports such a move, Bank of Thailand governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul said Saturday.
12 May 2013 : Hurling rocks at moving cars might not seem like the best way to win friends and influence people, but for 13-year-old Boy, it was the only way he knew to fit in.
11 May 2013 : Police are looking into whether Saturday morning's attack on the office of the Thai Rath newspaper is linked to the controversy surrounding its cartoonist's comments about the prime minister.
11 May 2013 : Eight decades after the 1932 revolution, Pridi Banomyong's controversial economic plan was the subject of a lively debate held Saturday to commemorate the 113th anniversary of the former leader's birth.
11 May 2013 : The Thai Journalists Association (TJA) has urged police to quickly arrest those responsible for an attack on the property of Thai Rath, the country's biggest newspaper.
11 May 2013 : The Bank of Thailand can use interest rates as a tool to manage the baht as long as local inflation and asset prices are benign, governor Prasarn Trairatvorakul said on Saturday.
11 May 2013 : MARCOS, PHILIPPINES — Twenty-seven years after a public revolt ousted her dictator husband, Imelda Marcos is the Philippines' ultimate political survivor.
11 May 2013 : More than a thousand residents in eight districts of Nakhon Ratchasima province are campaigning for the creation of a new province called Bua Yai.