Stories By Arglit Boonyai
121 Mar 2016 Mon
Thailand's Constitution Drafting Committee calls off a news conference at the last minute amid contention over proposals by the military government to revise sections of the draft constitution.
217 Mar 2016 Thu
ONE Championship plans to organise Thailand's first MMA fight night in May, although the Sports Authority of Thailand opposes it.
313 Mar 2016 Sun
Thailand has traditionally been a safe haven for Chinese political activists, but exiled activists are now worried that they will be targeted.
401 Mar 2016 Tue
A tuna processing factory in Thailand says it has begun compensating workers in a dispute over unpaid wages and alleged abuse.
525 Feb 2016 Thu
Thailand’s Justice Minister has asked the Office of the Auditor General (OAG) to further investigate alleged irregularities in the controversial Rajabhakti Park project, in order to clear lingering public doubts.
624 Feb 2016 Wed
The world is witnessesing a “worrying trend” among governments increasingly targeting activists, lawyers and other human rights supporters, Amnesty International said in its annual report released Wednesday.
718 Feb 2016 Thu
According to official statistics, approximately one in ten people in Thailand own a gun.
816 Feb 2016 Tue
The Obama administration has been cautious about throwing support behind Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha and his military government since the 2014 coup.
912 Feb 2016 Fri
The banned politician says her recent media sessions have nothing to do with an attempt to stage a comeback. "I just want to say thank you because I didn't have time to do that during my term," she says.
1031 Dec 2015 Thu
With the ASEAN Community set to take effect, Thailand debates how the freedom of movement for skilled labour will affect the country's burgeoning medical industry.