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Update: Sat, Feb 25 2017    

Signal blackout angers temple

Tension high as 10-day siege continues with communication signals in and around compound cut off.

Nations meet in bid to solve Asean’s haze pollution woes

Minister confident that Thailand will |experience 30 per cent drop in hot spots.

Extremist Myanmar monk Wirathu backs Dhammakaya Temple

MYANMAR’S EXTREMIST Buddhist monk Ashin Wirathu led a rally in Mandalay on Thursday to support the Dhammakaya Temple, which is at loggerheads with Thai authorities over the ongoing hunt for former abbot Phra Dhammachayo.

Six policemen accused of selling drugs that were seized in raid

SIX police who allegedly failed to hand in drugs for evidence after a raid and distributed them to dealers have been dismissed from duty.

Petition lodged over temple dispute

A GROUP of more than 200 monks and lay supporters have submitted a petition at Chiang Mai City Hall calling on Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-o-cha to cancel the National Council for Peace and Order’s (NCPO) order against Dhammakaya Temple.

Seven absent legislators submitted their leave requests properly: NLA

SEVEN legislators who were allegedly absent from National Legislative Assembly meetings on more than the permitted number of occasions will not lose their membership because they submitted their leave requests properly, the NLA said yesterday.

AIS accidentally confirms “secret” operation to block mobile phone and internet service at temple

AIS, the country’s largest mobile phone operator, may be paying the price for offering good customer service.

Police move to indict 10 suspects in Mother’s Day attacks

Deputy national police chief Pol General Srivara Rangsipramanakul yesterday submitted 16 case reports to military court prosecutors in Nakhon Si Thammarat province in relation to the Mother’s Day bomb and arson attacks in seven provinces last year.

Temple monks to seek help from UN

Senior clergy to be summoned again amid protests against Article 44 invocation.

Hmong arrested ‘with yaba pills’

POLICE arrested three Hmong suspects and seized 1 million “yaba” pills, about 90 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine known as “ice”, and 165kg of heroin in Chiang Rai province early yesterday morning, deputy national police chief Pol General Chalermkiat Sriworakhan told the press conference in neighbouring Chiang Mai province.

Dhammakaya devotees steal a march over DSI in social media war

WHILE Dhammakaya Temple supporters are furious about biased reporting in the mainstream media regarding the ongoing stand-off with authorities, the temple has also used the media, notably social networks, to shape public opinion.

Lese majeste activist’s jail term reduced

THE Supreme Court yesterday reduced the sentence of lese-majeste activist Somyot Prueksakasemsuk to seven years.

Sea gypsies block home demolition

Community defies 2015 supreme court ruling to tear down residences in Phuket.

Ministry fires back at critical Amnesty International report

An Amnesty International report saying the junta had continued to restrict human rights for another year was discounted by the Foreign Affairs Ministry yesterday.

Agriculture Ministry defends ALRO wind-farm decision despite probe

THE Agriculture Ministry yesterday defended the decision by the Agricultural Land Reform Office (ALRO) to lease land to wind-farm operators that should have been distributed to poor farmers.

Govt must come clean over Krabi coal plant

With tensions nearing boiling point over the proposed Krabi coal-fired power plant, the prime minister has poured on cold water by ordering the restart of the Environment and Health Impact Assessment (EHIA).

Media must boost its standards to win back public trust: Thepchai

Though self-regulation should be maintained as best practice, the media should also elevate its standards to boost declining public trust and ensure freedom of press, the panel on the government’s upcoming bill on media said.

National parks hope to draw on earnings to help indicted rangers

The Department of National Parks, Plant, and Wildlife Conservation is looking for ways to amend a related Act following recent reforms, so it can withdraw from its earnings to pay for the legal costs of rangers who were indicted while on duty, Chalermchai Papatha, the department’s deputy chief, said.

Line information teams set up after disgruntled PM cracks whip

The government seems to be aware that it has an issue getting what it considers the right information to the media.

Police move to indict 10 suspects in Mother’s Day attacks

Deputy national police chief Pol General Srivara Rangsipramanakul Thursday submitted 16 case reports to prosecutors in Nakhon Si Thammarat province in relation to the Mother’s Day bomb and arson attacks in seven provinces last year.