Time's up for MPs, no deal for Thaksin

Time's up for MPs, no deal for Thaksin

Parties may propose a bill seeking to grant amnesty to convicts in politically related cases, but talks on the matter can only take place after the formation of a new parliament.

05:07
Tourist behind 'escort' clip has left

Tourist behind 'escort' clip has left

The Chinese tourist who posted a video clip showing three Thai police officers offering her a shortcut through immigration and a police escort to her hotel in Pattaya has already left the country.

06:00

UN recognises princess' work

Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn will be named Goodwill Ambassador again by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco) for her contributions to the empowerment of minority children and the preservation of their intangible heritage.

07:00
UN recognises princess' work
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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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10:00

FDA pulls pesticide-laced pot noodles

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has suspended sales of a Korean instant noodles brand after Taiwan's Food and Drug Administration (TFDA) announced that pesticide residue was found in some packages.

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FDA pulls pesticide-laced pot noodles
09:42

Princess confers 2022 Mahidol Award

Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn represented His Majesty the King in conferring the 2022 Prince Mahidol Award in Chakri Maha Prasat Throne Hall at the Grand Palace to honour four laureates for their work in the fields of medicine and public health.

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Princess confers 2022 Mahidol Award
09:05

Quorum at risk as MPs quit

Seven more MPs have tendered their resignations, further increasing the risk of parliament axeing meetings due to a lack of quorum.

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Quorum at risk as MPs quit
08:02

Buddha statues returned from Australia

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has handed nine wooden Buddha statues donated by an Australian national over to the Fine Arts Department, according to a post published on Thurday on the ministry's website. The small wood carvings each measure 10 to 15 centimetres in height.

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Buddha statues returned from Australia
07:00

UN recognises princess' work

Her Royal Highness Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn will be named Goodwill Ambassador again by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco) for her contributions to the empowerment of minority children and the preservation of their intangible heritage.

07:00
UN recognises princess' work
06:08

Prayut sees debate as PR opportunity

PM Prayut is expected to use a general debate to showcase the government's achievements.

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Prayut sees debate as PR opportunity
06:00

Tourist behind 'escort' clip has left

The Chinese tourist who posted a video clip showing three Thai police officers offering her a shortcut through immigration and a police escort to her hotel in Pattaya has already left the country.

06:00 9
Tourist behind 'escort' clip has left
05:07

Amnesty bill bids must wait

Parties may propose a bill seeking to grant amnesty to convicts in politically related cases, but talks on the matter can only take place after the formation of a new parliament.

05:07 7
Time's up for MPs, no deal for Thaksin
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