'2 more years'

'2 more years'

Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha says he wants to stay prime minister another two years after the next general election, and then find a suitable successor.

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3 die in repeat terror

3 die in repeat terror

Three railway workers killed, four injured when another bomb explodes at the site of Saturday's railway bombing in Sadao district.

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Crossing boundaries

Graffiti artist Alex Face looks back at his two-decade career in a new exhibition, but says he's not hanging up his cans yet.

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'A dirty game': Netflix teases new clips of Harry and Meghan series

LONDON: A new Netflix trailer released Monday for an upcoming six-part docuseries on Prince Harry and wife Meghan risked further deepening their feud with his family, with the royal calling life within it a "dirty game".

5 Dec 2022 1

Three local artists make '2022 Power 100' ranking

The Culture Ministry congratulated three Thai artists listed among the most influential people in art in the "2022 Power 100", an annual ranking by the London-based magazine ArtReview.

5 Dec 2022
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Pheu Thai vows higher wages with elections looming

Pheu Thai has pledged to lift minimum wages and crop prices as it kicked off a campaign to end military-backed rule in elections slated for 2023.

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Election promises
17:22

CP Foods wins five awards at 12th Asian Excellence Awards 2022

Charoen Pokphand Foods Public Company Limited (CP Foods) received five international awards at the 12th Asian Excellence Awards 2022, organised by Corporate Governance Asia magazine, the Hong Kong-based publication focusing on economic and corporate governance reporting. The awards recognise operational excellence in conjunction with good governance, social and environmental stewardship.

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CP Foods wins five awards at 12th Asian Excellence Awards 2022
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Ngern Tid Lor continues to provide financial knowledge for Ban Sai Ngam Community in Prachin Buri

Ngern Tid Lor Public Company Limited, or TIDLOR, led by Kanjanat Chalermjulamanee (front, 7th right) Senior Vice President, People Learn & Culture, and Mingkwan Prasertsiwaporn, Training Specialist (front, 7th left) joined by a team of volunteers, hosted “Driving Community with knowledge, going forward”, the programme providing lessons in simple money saving tips for 20 locals residing in Ban Sai Ngam, Prachin Buri.

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Ngern Tid Lor continues to provide financial knowledge for Ban Sai Ngam Community in Prachin Buri
16:32

The Bust of King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great in Lausanne

Swiss Student Alumni Association under the Royal Patronage of HRH Princess Galyani Vadhana, together with the Ministry of Culture and Siam Piwat, organised, “The Bust of King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great in Lausanne”. Taking place at Siam Paragon’s 2nd floor of Lifestyle Hall, the seven-day event is held to honour and pay respects to the late King Bhumibol on the anniversary of his birthday on December 5. From 2-8 December, the event displays a replica of the life-size bronze bust which is now overlooking Lake Geneva in Switzerland. Together on display is a replica of the Thai Pavilion in Lausanne. The event also includes an exhibition showcasing Royal Projects models.

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The Bust of King Bhumibol Adulyadej The Great in Lausanne
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Ngern Tid Lor teams up to support Mae Fah Luang Foundation in, gathered to build a dam at Doi Tung to restoring natural abundance

Ngern Tid Lor Public Company Limited, or TIDLOR, led by Piyasak Ukritnukun, Managing Director (Front row, 7th left), and Nipa Vanichavat, Senior Management Corporate Social Responsibility (Front row, 6th left), along with 150 Ngern Tid Lor staff, gathered to build a dam at Doi Tung to capture water from streams to use to preserve surrounding nature. Ngern Tid Lor also presented 500,000 baht to Mae Fah Luang Foundation under Royal Patronage to promote sustainable education and vocations.

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Ngern Tid Lor teams up to support Mae Fah Luang Foundation in, gathered to build a dam at Doi Tung to restoring natural abundance
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Prayut wants to remain as prime minister for 2 more years

Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha says he wants to stay prime minister another two years after the next general election, and then find a suitable successor.

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'2 more years'
13:51

Carcass of rare dugong found floating in Sattahip bay

CHON BURI: The carcass of a dugong, a rare marine mammal known as payoon in Thai, was found floating in Sattahip bay in Sattahip district on Tuesday.

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Carcass of rare dugong found floating in Sattahip bay
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First time for Thailand to hold the global education conference "Forum for World Education 2022"

Forum for World Education (FWE) in collaboration with Charoen Pokphand Group (CP Group) held a summit, "Forum for World Education 2022" for leaders in education in public and private sectors around the world, under the theme “Shaping the Future of Education to Match Global Economic Trends” on 1-2 December 2022 at C.P. Leadership Institute, Pak Chong District, Nakhon Ratchasima Province, Thailand. More than 400 education professionals from different countries collaborated with international business leaders concerned with human development and education to come up with a model for education that will serve both the requirements of the future and businesses all over the world. Discussions at the forum covered a variety of topics, including "Strategies for Shaping the Future of Education in Line with Global Economic Trends" and "Educational Transformation & Human Capital Readiness to The World 5.0." with the goal of transforming education and constructing a strong human resource base for the future global economy in the 5.0 era.

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First time for Thailand to hold the global education conference "Forum for World Education 2022"
MOST RECENT LIFE

Crossing boundaries

Graffiti artist Alex Face looks back at his two-decade career in a new exhibition, but says he's not hanging up his cans yet.

06:44 1

'A dirty game': Netflix teases new clips of Harry and Meghan series

LONDON: A new Netflix trailer released Monday for an upcoming six-part docuseries on Prince Harry and wife Meghan risked further deepening their feud with his family, with the royal calling life within it a "dirty game".

5 Dec 2022 1

Three local artists make '2022 Power 100' ranking

The Culture Ministry congratulated three Thai artists listed among the most influential people in art in the "2022 Power 100", an annual ranking by the London-based magazine ArtReview.

5 Dec 2022