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Update: Sun, Jul 22 2018    

Gay union law ready for Cabinet by September

A law allowing same-sex couples to formally register as life partners should be drafted by September, Rights and Liberties Protection Department chief Pitikarn Sitthidech said on Saturday.

Princess Sirivannavari chosen for Silpathorn Artist honour

HRH Princess Sirivannavari Narirattana has been chosen for the Silpathorn Artist award for design this year by the Culture Ministry’s Office of Contemporary Art and Culture (OCAC).

NGO groups from eight provinces to join massive Doi Suthep protest

Activists from leading non-governmental organisations from eight northern provinces will next month join a massive protest against the residences for judges on Doi Suthep.

Running smoothly

The “Sky Running” athletics track inside the air-conditioned Government Complex on Chaeng Wattana Road in Bangkok will motivate anyone to get fit, come rain or shine.

SPECIAL REPORT: Unknown danger in Thailand’s caves 

Tham Luang saga exposes the need for cave system studies across the country

Wild elephant-human conflicts

Infographics shows the current date of wild elephants in Thailand and their conflicts with human

A deal brewing with City Hall, BACC strives for sustainability

The Bangkok Art and Culture Centre will live to see another day, reliant on municipal funding and more diverse programmes.

Seeking peace with the pachyderms

Shrinking Thai forests have led to increased elephant-human conflict, while researchers explore ways to co-exist in harmony

Probe launched after student’s alleged ‘disciplinary’ beating at university

A probe has been launched after a student was allegedly badly beaten and suffered a ruptured spleen as part of a military-style “disciplinary” punishment by his seniors at Rajamangala University of Technology Krungthep.

Teacher summoned for questioning for alleged rape of girl, 15

Police have issued summons to a physical education teacher at a well-known school in Bangkok’s Klong Toei district to report next week for questioning following accusations that he allegedly raped a 15-year-old schoolgirl in early June, Metropolitan Police Division 5 chief Pol Maj-General Mongkol Warunno said on Friday.

Century’s longest lunar eclipse due next week

The moon is going to disappear for six hours next week in a mega lunar eclipse – the longest for the entire 21st century.

Bhutan and Thailand fostering closer ties

His Majesty The King and Her Majesty The Queen granted an audience to the Prime Minister of Thailand General Prayut Chan-o-cha and his wife Naraporn Chan-o-cha at the Tashichhodzong Thursday.

Buses free for King’s birthday prayer ceremony

People wanting to participate in tomorrow’s (July 21) prayer ceremony in the Royal Plaza for His Majesty the King’s 66th birthday can ride Bangkok Mass Transit Authority buses there for free.

Marine Department probes Bt20m Japanese bribery claim

The Marine Department has launched a probe into an allegation that one of its officials received about Bt20 million as a bribe from a Japanese firm.

GSB ready to sue teachers rejecting revised loan conditions

The Government Savings Bank (GSB) has told staff to proceed next month in filing lawsuits against teachers and other education personnel who have not agreed to measures relaxing debt-repayment conditions introduced by the bank in May.

Efficient management seen as a major factor in rescue mission

Despite starting with limited resources, chain of command and adaptive approach enabled rescuers to overcome the challenges

Cambodian couple demand Thai cops probe

A Cambodia couple engaged in a legal battle with relatives yesterday filed a complaint against two Thai police officers in Bangkok

Culture Ministry aims to set up committee for ‘Wild Boars’ movie

The Culture Ministry is to propose setting up a special film board committee to oversee the production of a “Wild Boars” movie at the next mobile Cabinet meeting on July 24 in Ubol Rachathani, Culture Minister Vira Rojpojchanarat said on Thursday.

GSB ready to sue teachers over loan delinquency

The Government Savings Bank (GSB) has told staff to proceed next month in filing lawsuits against teachers and other education personnel who have not acceded to measures for relaxing debt-repayment conditions introduced by the bank in May.

Cave boys undergo spirit-boosting rite, make merit for Saman

The 12 young footballers and their assistant coach rescued from Tham Luang Cave underwent a “life-prolonging ritual” at a temple on Thursday morning intended to lift their morale and that of their families.