Stories By Panu Wongcha-um
102 Oct 2015 Fri
Thai activists attacked Thai government websites on Wednesday to protest the government’s plan to create a single gateway to control internet usage in the country.
230 Sep 2015 Wed
Several Thai government websites went offline on Wednesday evening (Sep 30) in an apparent Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack.
328 Sep 2015 Mon
Thailand’s search for the main suspect behind a deadly bombing in central Bangkok has concluded, police said on Monday.
423 Sep 2015 Wed
The suspect whose name and nationality remains unknown, is allegedly involved in the assembling of the bomb, Thai police say.
522 Sep 2015 Tue
Two of Hong Kong's movie stars, Michelle Yim and Simon Yam, were invited by Thailand's tourism authority in a bid to boost tourism.
618 Sep 2015 Fri
The museum is currently a roving exhibition of ten sculptures, representing ten corruption cases that involved figures from the civil service to television industry.
717 Sep 2015 Thu
The first Bangkok bombing suspect arrested by the Thai authorities has denied any involvement in last month's attack, saying he only arrived in Thailand four days after the Erawan Shrine blast, albeit as a client of human traffickers.
816 Sep 2015 Wed
The suburb of Min Buri's connection in the bomb investigation has resulted in police searches of homes, sometimes with little explanation.
913 Sep 2015 Sun
The annual five-day camp between military cadets and university students from the south was first organised seven years ago to help create a better understanding between the two groups of people.
1005 Sep 2015 Sat
The key reforms in the new Thai draft constitution have been designed to allow the country to escape from what is seen as a vicious cycle of political conflict, but critics say the charter’s "undemocratic elements" may actually undermine its goal of achieving political reconciliation.