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13 Dec 2013 : Sorrow and solidarity marked the cremation of the third red-shirt supporter killed in political violence earlier this month.
13 Dec 2013 : Business leaders agree that Thailand is badly in need of reforms but deciding which problems should be tackled first is the hard part.
20 Nov 2013 : The government will issue a 75-billion-baht bond to finance the rice-pledging scheme as it has failed to pay farmers since the main crop began in October.
19 Nov 2013 : More than 300 lawmakers from both houses of parliament came out in one voice on Tuesday to attack the Constitution Court on the eve of its ruling on a proposed constitutional charter amendment that would change the composition of the Senate into a fully-elected chamber.
19 Nov 2013 : House Speaker Somsak Kiatsuranond has said he will not allow the tabling of the Democrat Party's motion for a no-confidence debate against the prime minister and the interior minister, because they have not submitted enough evidence to justify it - and set a Thursday deadline for the extra information.
19 Nov 2013 : Blowing a whistle as a symbol of protest or civil disobedience is not just trendy in the current tense political climate, it has also become a contentious legal issue.
19 Nov 2013 : Much more effort will be needed by countries in Asia and the Pacific if they seriously aim to achieve an Aids-free generation in the region, according to the United Nation's Children's Fund.
19 Nov 2013 : His Royal Highness Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn replaced the rainy season attire of the Emerald Buddha image with cool season attire, in the Temple of the Emerald Buddha inside the Grand Palace on Monday.
19 Nov 2013 : The Pheu Thai Party says it will not accept the Constitution Court's ruling on Wednesday on the proposed charter amendment to alter the make-up of the Senate, whichever way it goes.
19 Nov 2013 : The Senate on Monday night voted to maintain the government's version of Section 3 of the two-trillion-baht borrowing bill.
18 Nov 2013 : NAKHON RATCHASIMA - A Thai tourist policeman and two Russians were arrested for allegedly using fake credit and debit cards to withdraw money from bank accounts belonging to people from more than 50 countries, police said on Monday.
18 Nov 2013 : Police are trying to appease monks at Wat Benchamabophit by helping clean the temple after a monk posted a Facebook message complaining about Internal Security Act (ISA) blockades impeding their ability to collect alms.