Smile, Anwar's here

Smile, Anwar's here

Anwar Ibrahim's rise to power as Malaysia's prime minister and his upcoming visit to the kingdom has rekindled hope for a return of peace to the far South, according to experts.

04:46 1
Prayut hits hustings

Prayut hits hustings

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said he is ready to carry on for two more years after the coming election to change the country for the better.

05:15 5
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Justin Bieber sells music rights for $200 mn

NEW YORK - Pop juggernaut Justin Bieber has sold his music publishing and recording catalog shares to the Blackstone-backed Hipgnosis Songs Capital for $200 million, the company said Tuesday -- marking the industry's latest blockbuster rights deal.

25 Jan 2023 3

'Everything Everywhere' tops Oscar nominations

LOS ANGELES: The multiverse sci-fi smash “Everything Everywhere All At Once” on Tuesday topped the Oscar nominations with 11, as Hollywood formally kicked off the race to the Academy Awards on March 12.

24 Jan 2023 1

Asia lagging in removal of unhealthy trans fat from food: WHO

Asian and African countries are lagging in efforts to eliminate harmful trans fat from food products by the end of this year, despite the substantial progress made worldwide since the World Health Organization set the goal in 2018, a report said Monday.

23 Jan 2023
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08:11

5th Thai-Lao bridge opens next year

The fifth Thai-Lao Friendship Bridge is set to open early next year which should help boost Bueng Kan's economic prospects, says the government.

08:11
5th Thai-Lao bridge opens next year
07:19

Two vital election bills come into effect

Two amended organic laws vital for holding elections were published in the Royal Gazette on Saturday, providing the legal grounds needed for a House dissolution.

07:19
Two vital election bills come into effect
06:52

Democrats pledge Northeast prosperity

The Democrat Party has released an election campaign manifesto centring on connecting the Northeast to the world to create wealth for the region.

06:52 3
Democrats pledge Northeast prosperity
06:42

Dept goes after black-smoke belchers to curb PM2.5 pollution

Public transport vehicles are being checked more thoroughly for black smoke emissions to curb fine dust pollution in Bangkok and its surrounding provinces, says the Pollution Control Department (PCD).

06:42 4
Dept goes after black-smoke belchers to curb PM2.5 pollution
05:15

Prayut hits hustings as Pheu Thai rules out post-poll deal with PPRP

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said he is ready to carry on for two more years after the coming election to change the country for the better.

05:15 11
Prayut hits hustings
04:46

Smile, Anwar's here

Anwar Ibrahim's rise to power as Malaysia's prime minister and his upcoming visit to the kingdom has rekindled hope for a return of peace to the far South, according to experts.

04:46 2
Smile, Anwar's here
04:24

Police chief steps in to bribes row

The national police chief has ordered investigators to find more evidence related to a Taiwanese actress's complaint that police extorted 27,000 baht from her.

04:24 7
Police chief steps in to bribes row
04:00

Koh Samui welcomes 3,000 visitors

SURAT THANI: Another cruise ship, with approximately 3,000 passengers and crew, arrived at Koh Samui for a one-day visit yesterday, with officials expecting the visit to generate 10 million baht for the resort island.

04:00
Koh Samui welcomes 3,000 visitors
MOST RECENT LIFE

Justin Bieber sells music rights for $200 mn

NEW YORK - Pop juggernaut Justin Bieber has sold his music publishing and recording catalog shares to the Blackstone-backed Hipgnosis Songs Capital for $200 million, the company said Tuesday -- marking the industry's latest blockbuster rights deal.

25 Jan 2023 3

'Everything Everywhere' tops Oscar nominations

LOS ANGELES: The multiverse sci-fi smash “Everything Everywhere All At Once” on Tuesday topped the Oscar nominations with 11, as Hollywood formally kicked off the race to the Academy Awards on March 12.

24 Jan 2023 1

Asia lagging in removal of unhealthy trans fat from food: WHO

Asian and African countries are lagging in efforts to eliminate harmful trans fat from food products by the end of this year, despite the substantial progress made worldwide since the World Health Organization set the goal in 2018, a report said Monday.

23 Jan 2023