Stories By Panu Wongcha-um
126 Feb 2015 Thu
The move to delay the bidding is a rare concession from the Prime Minister, following weeks of public opposition to the plan.
218 Feb 2015 Wed
The famous Poh Teck Tung rescue organisation in Bangkok typically receives donations during Chinese New Year to help with its 24-hour emergency services.
312 Feb 2015 Thu
Thailand is one of the United States' oldest allies in Asia, but relations between the two governments have soured since a military coup in Bangkok last year.
402 Feb 2015 Mon
Authorities in Bangkok said the motive of the attack on a popular shopping centre appeared to be to create panic.
529 Jan 2015 Thu
Experts said the emphasis on national security could undermine government efforts to promote greater use of the Internet.
623 Jan 2015 Fri
Toppled ministers in the Yingluck Shinawatra's government recorded the messages last week, ahead of Friday's (Jan 23) crucial impeachment vote.
713 Jan 2015 Tue
Thailand's plan to send prisoners to work in the unattractive and labour-strapped fishing industry has continued to draw opposition, one month after it was announced.
809 Jan 2015 Fri
She told the National Legislative Assembly that the policy had been successful in helping poor rice farmers. She also said the National Anti-Corruption Commission's charge of negligence against her had been politically motivated.
908 Jan 2015 Thu
Thailand's former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra faces a five-year ban from politics if she is impeached in hearings that begin on Friday (Jan 9) over a rice subsidy scheme.
1006 Jan 2015 Tue
Unexploded ordnance from the Vietnam War continue to kill and maim as many 100 people every year in Laos.