Minnows seek ruling on list MP formula

Minnows seek ruling on list MP formula

Small parties will ask the Constitutional Court to rule if the use of the number 100 to calculate party-list seats is against the constitution.

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OAG to indict four over Billy's death

OAG to indict four over Billy's death

Prosecutors decided to indict a former chief of Kaeng Krachan National Park over the disappearance and murder of a Karen rights activist in 2014.

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Party seeks ruling on PM

Mongkolkit Suksintharanon, leader of the Thai Civilized Party, on Monday filed a petition with the Constitutional Court seeking a ruling to settle Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha's tenure wrangle.

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Party seeks ruling on PM

Malaysia eyes Thai weed policy

Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul says his Malaysian counterpart has expressed an interest in studying the Thai model for legalising cannabis for medical use.

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Malaysia eyes Thai weed policy
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Hong Kong bans film over one-second scene showing 2014 protest

Hong Kong censors have banned an award-winning animation from being shown over a one-second scene depicting the 2014 pro-democracy protests, local media reported, in the latest sign of free speech curbs in the finance hub.

12 Aug 2022 8

Depression debate

A new study on depression is causing fierce debate in the scientific community, as doubts are raised about a chemical link, leading to questions about the value of antidepressants.

11 Aug 2022 26

Sex tourism: When conscience takes a vacation

A lot of travellers are looking for erotic adventures abroad — and are willing to pay for them. But many tourist destinations have shied away from addressing the issue.

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ACT praises Chadchart's anti-graft plan

Mana Nimitmongkol, secretary-general of the Anti-Corruption Organisation of Thailand (ACT), on Monday praised Bangkok's plan to prohibit state officials from receiving gifts and services from businesses, vendors and the public.

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Govt 'too slow' to tackle fuel prices

The government is making slow progress in bringing down high fuel prices, says Kla Party leader Korn Chatikavanij. More serious problems will follow unless the fuel price crisis is addressed soon, he said on Monday.

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Govt 'too slow' to tackle fuel prices
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1,508 new Covid inpatients, 29 more deaths

The country registered 29 more Covid-19 fatalities and 1,508 new cases admitted to hospitals during the previous 24 hours, the Public Health Ministry announced on Tuesday morning.

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1,508 new Covid inpatients, 29 more deaths
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Party seeks ruling on PM

Mongkolkit Suksintharanon, leader of the Thai Civilized Party, on Monday filed a petition with the Constitutional Court seeking a ruling to settle Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha's tenure wrangle.

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Party seeks ruling on PM
05:00

OAG to indict four over Billy's death

Prosecutors decided to indict a former chief of Kaeng Krachan National Park over the disappearance and murder of a Karen rights activist in 2014.

05:00 5
OAG to indict four over Billy's death
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BMTA plans to get 3,200 electric buses

Bangkok Mass Transit Authority plans to procure 3,200 electric buses to phase out fossil-fuelled buses from its fleet in three years: Transport Ministry.

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Bangkok to phase out fossil-fuelled buses
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NCSA set to boost cyber security laws

The National Cyber Security Agency (NCSA) is planning to expand the enforcement of its standard framework of security requirements from the current 60 organisations of critical information infrastructure (CII) to 120 by the end of next year, said AVM Amorn Chomchoey, deputy secretary-general of NCSA.

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NCSA set to boost cyber security laws
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Queen Mother's artistic touch

An exhibition featuring Her Majesty Queen Sirikit The Queen Mother's contributions to the local handicrafts industry will be on display until Oct 10 in honour of Her Majesty's 90th birthday on Friday.

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Queen Mother's artistic touch
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Hong Kong bans film over one-second scene showing 2014 protest

Hong Kong censors have banned an award-winning animation from being shown over a one-second scene depicting the 2014 pro-democracy protests, local media reported, in the latest sign of free speech curbs in the finance hub.

12 Aug 2022 8

Depression debate

A new study on depression is causing fierce debate in the scientific community, as doubts are raised about a chemical link, leading to questions about the value of antidepressants.

11 Aug 2022 26

Sex tourism: When conscience takes a vacation

A lot of travellers are looking for erotic adventures abroad — and are willing to pay for them. But many tourist destinations have shied away from addressing the issue.

11 Aug 2022 23