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20 Dec 2013 : The government is standing firm on its position that the election must take place on Feb 2 as scheduled, says caretaker Justice Minister Chaikasem Nitisiri.
20 Dec 2013 : Japanese ambassador Shigekazu Sato has expressed serious concern over Thailand's political uncertainty.
14 Dec 2013 : Protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban on Friday withdrew from the government's reform forum hours after agreeing to participate in the meeting on Sunday.
14 Dec 2013 : If sports fans had any doubts about the strength of Thai golf, they have only to look at what took place last weekend in four different countries. It was a reminder that golf is one sport in which Thais have emerged as truly world-class competitors.
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.
13 Dec 2013 : The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has denied reports that it hired an American firm to lobby Washington to build a naval air defence base in Thailand without first seeking parliament's approval.
13 Dec 2013 : For years, protesters in Thailand have used social media to organise rallies. Now they're taking smartphones to a new level.
13 Dec 2013 : Technology giant Apple Inc has agreed to pay an undisclosed amount of money for allowing five smartpone applications to use content from eight Thai news providers without permission.
13 Dec 2013 : The government is competing with protesters to take over the "political reform agenda" to break the current deadlock and steer the country towards next year's general election.
13 Dec 2013 : Supreme Commander Tanasak Patimapragorn has agreed to meet with anti-government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban and hear the People's Democratic Reform Committee's (PDRC) proposals for national reform.
13 Dec 2013 : Pheu Thai party leader Charupong Ruangsuwan has suggested a referendum should take place in case the general election planned for Feb 2 cannot be held.