Stories By Anasuya Sanyal
131 Jan 2014 Fri
Thailand's opposition Democrat Party may be boycotting the February 2 polls, but sitting out the election could have dire consequences for the party's future.
216 Jan 2014 Thu
Thailand's red shirts have steered clear of the recent round of anti-government protests, but are watching carefully and say they'll move in if Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra is removed or the military stages a coup d'etat.
306 Jan 2014 Mon
The Thai army is trying to allay fears of a possible military coup, even as it moves its hardware into Bangkok. The display of military might comes as the government considers putting extra security measures in place, to counter a planned shutdown of the city next Monday.