Bad cops 'must go'

Bad cops 'must go'

Any police officers involved in extorting money from a Taiwanese actress during her trip to Thailand early this month must face legal action - PM Prayut.

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Under-fire 'lotto chief' closes site

Under-fire 'lotto chief' closes site

The CEO of the Kong Salak Plus lottery platform turned himself in after being accused of money laundering and providing an online gambling service.

05:56

'Pinky' remove electronic tag

Actress “Pinky” won approval from the Criminal Court to remove an electronic monitoring device she was required to wear after her release from jail on Nov 30 last year.

31 Jan 2023 2
'Pinky' remove electronic tag

Anutin posters cause a stir

The Pheu Thai Party joined a call for the Election Commission to look into posters erected at many state-run hospitals depicting Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul.

31 Jan 2023 3
Anutin posters cause a stir
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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.

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'Everything Everywhere' tops Oscar nominations

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Prawit credits govt for water control

Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwon said the government deserves credit for water resources management after Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha laid claim to it.

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Under-fire 'lotto chief' closes site, is charged

The CEO of the Kong Salak Plus lottery platform turned himself in after being accused of money laundering and providing an online gambling service.

05:56
Under-fire 'lotto chief' closes site
04:44

PM warns bad cops 'must go'

Any police officers involved in extorting money from a Taiwanese actress during her trip to Thailand early this month must face legal action - PM Prayut.

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Bad cops 'must go'
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Prayut calls for an end to sparring in Muay Thai spat

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has called for an end to the "pointless" bickering over whether traditional boxing should be called Muay Thai or Kun Khmer, the term used by Cambodians hosting the event at the Southeast Asian (SEA) Games in May.

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Expressway tender outlined

A memorandum of understanding (MoU) is expected to be signed by year's end with the winner of a bid to construct the 3.98-kilometre Kathu-Patong expressway in Phuket, the Expressway Authority of Thailand (Exat) says.

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Mixed reaction to tougher drug laws

Experts have warned the Public Health Ministry's proposal to criminalise possession of more than one methamphetamine pill as possession with intent to sell rather than for personal use could have serious consequences.

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Pinky wins court nod to remove electronic tag

Actress Savika "Pinky" Chaiyadej yesterday won approval by the Criminal Court to remove an electronic monitoring (EM) device she was required to wear after her release from jail on Nov 30 last year.

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Pinky wins court nod to remove electronic tag
04:00

Alliance ends after SATP members join ruling party

Thai Sang Thai (TST) Party yesterday dismissed speculation that its alliance with the Sang Anakhot Thai Party (SATP) fell apart due to disagreement on who would be the party's top prime ministerial candidate for the upcoming general election.

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Blackpink shop and exhibition open at ICONSIAM

Calling all Blinks in Bangkok and beyond -- a Blackpink concert exhibition with pop-up shop is now on display at ICONSIAM.

31 Jan 2023 2

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