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Update: Fri, Jun 23 2017    

PM’s US visit expected to boost relations

The US administration under President Donald Trump is moving to enhance relations with Thailand, after setbacks following the coup in Thailand three years ago.

Bid to seize Yingluck’s assets runs into snag

Legal execution department says yet to receive a list from finance ministry; Wissanu says task can be started before court rules on her plea.

Academics warn that China rail project could lead to bankruptcy

Academics severely criticise deal with China.

Scepticism over national strategy

Plan shows regime intends to cling to power, says critic of 20-year strategy.

King Taksin concubine’s artefacts missing from temple where novice’s body found

ANCIENT FABRIC pieces believed to have belonged to King Taksin’s royal concubine Chao Chom Manda Prang and several other historical items have gone missing from a temple in Nakhon Si Thammarat province.

Students stage protest to free ‘Pai Daodin’

A group of students staged a campaign to free political activist “Pai Daodin” at the Ratchaprasong skywalk on Thursday evening.

Bankruptcy warning for Sino-Thai high-speed rail project

Academics have cautioned that the Sino-Thai high-speed train project could end in bankruptcy and fail to develop sought-after technology in Thailand.

Good Thai-Myanmar relations highlighted at border management meeting in Phuket

PHUKET: The 31st meeting of the Thai Myanmar Regional Border Committee (RBC) was held at Patong Resort & Spa this morning to solve border problems and strengthen relationships.

Attempt to seize Yingluck's assets hit snag

Authorities failed to confiscate assets belonging to former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra as the Legal Execution Department could not locate any property belonging to her, Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam said on Thursday.

Man, 58, confesses to sexual assault, killing daughter of ‘best friend’

Construction worker Wichai Chotisena, 58, has confessed to sexually assaulting and killing his friend’s 11-year-old daughter in Rayong’s Pluak Daeng district.

No threat to businesses currently operating on agricultural reform land

Business operators engaged in mining, oil fields, and wind farms on agricultural reform land could continue their business as usual until they are granted new permission following a new ministerial regulation to be issued, Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam said on Wednesday.

Ex-PM Somchai petitions court to close 2008 crackdown case

Former prime minister Somchai Wongsawat, of the now defunct People’s Power Party, has petitioned the court to close the case following the crackdown by his government on People’s Alliance for Democracy protesters in 2008.

Pattani warning of explosives hidden in traffic cones

People in the southern province of Pattani have been warned to beware of traffic cones as insurgents may have hidden explosives in them.

NRSA term ends next month

The National Reform Steering Assembly (NRSA) would end its term in July following the promulgation of the new charter in April.

Political parties must come to terms with new Act, says Wissanu

Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam said on Thursday that political parties would lose out if they were unable to field candidates on time as required by the new Political Parties Act.

Supreme Patriarch expresses concerns about temple scandals

The Supreme Patriarch has expressed worry about reports of scandals at many temples concerning millions of baht in annual donations with concerns that the issue could affect Buddhism in the country, PM’s Office Minister Ormsin Cheevapruk said Thursday.

Spokesman apologises for misquoting minister regarding health care bill

Government Spokesman Lt-General Sansern Kaewkamnerd on Thursday admitted to misquoting Public Health Minister Piyasakol Sakolsatayadorn over the controversial draft health bill.

Historical artefacts very likely linked to King Taksin’s royal concubine go missing

Ancient fabric pieces believed to have belonged to King Taksin’s royal concubine Chao Chom Manda Prang and several other historical items have gone missing from a temple in Nakhon Si Thammarat province.

Underage prostitution crackdown focuses on six zones nationwide

Anti-human trafficking police plan to target six zones nationwide to crack down on underage prostitution.

Kindergarten closed for two weeks after boy dies from rare foot-and-mouth disease

A kindergarten in Sa Kaew’s Aranyaprathet district may have to close for two weeks after a two-year-old boy died from foot-and-mouth disease.