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Update: Sun, Nov 18 2018    

Tri-party agreement signed to aid people with mental disorders

The Mental Health Department, Mahidol University (MU) and Advanced Wireless Network Co (AWN) signed a five-year Memoradum of Agreement on Thursday for the use of technology, research and knowledge to aid people with intellectual disabilities and forensic psychiatric patients in Thailand, said Mental Health Department director-general Dr Kiatipumi Wongrajit.

Chularajamontri rules measles vaccine not prohibited by Islam

The Chularajamontri, or Thailand's Islamic spiritual leader, has unofficially ruled that Muslims can receive measles vaccine, a spiritual leader in Yala said on Saturday.

Meeting planned on WTO ruling on cigarette imports

Thai Customs officials plan to hold a meeting next week on the ruling issued by a World Trade Organisation [WTO] against the country’s regulations on cigarette imports, a spokesperson of Customs Department told The Nation on Saturday.

SPECIAL REPORT: Park road fight a watershed moment

At first it seemed to be just a minor issue about a road project in one national park. But as the public last month learned that the plan was to overhaul the entire route through the heart of Kaeng Krachan National Park, the fierce debate and arguments exploded on social media and triggered organised public events.

The race for the river

Iconsiam is the newest pinnacle of progress on the Chao Phraya, but more is on the way, and some observers are nervous

Rangsit University joins Oracle Cloud to sow seeds for innovative start-ups

Rangsit University has joined forces with US-based Oracle Cloud to launch a new education format for a “workforce 4.0” initiative.

Body of missing man found in Khao Yai National Park

The body of a 22-year-old man who suffered from bipolar disorder was found near a reservoir at Khao Yai National Park on Friday.

Politics by numbers

With the next election expected to be held on February 24, the general public and eligible voters can anticipate a new-look Parliament and government after a much-awaited national vote.

Plain packaging for cigarettes to be introduced in Thailand

Cigarettes are to be sold only in plain packages in Thailand to discourage smoking, under new regulations approved by the National Tobacco Products Control Committee.

The highest building view of Bangkok

Visitors walk around the observation deck of the King Power Mahanakhon building skywalk in Bangkok on Friday.

Urgent : Task force seeks help from Laos to trace elephant killers

The Second Army Region’s Suranaree Task Force is to seek help from Laos to find the killers of an elephant in a national park in the border province of Ubon Ratchathani.

State of emergency extended in deep South

The government on Friday extended the state of emergency on three southern border provinces for three more months.

Fury builds in Nakhon Sawan as rape accusations mount against gynaecologist

Public Health Ministry permanent secretary Dr Sukhum Kanchanapimai affirmed on Friday that a doctor at a state hospital in Nakhon Sawan who was accused of raping a female patient at his private clinic would face disciplinary punishment if found guilty, noting it was a criminal offence.

Lawyer ready to fire more shots at hospital

Accuses Praram 2 of falsely getting NHSO reimbursements, bribing rescue workers; Hospital denies it was ordered closed.

Phra Vajiramedhi recognised for his compassion

THE UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) yesterday appointed highly respected Thai Buddhist monk, Phra Vudhijaya Vajiramedhi, and Princess Sara Zeid of Jordan as its first two Patrons for Peace and Compassion in recognition of their work to help millions of refugees.

Doctor accused of raping patient, Bt50,000 offer rejected

A DOCTOR in his early 50s has been charged with rape and committing an indecent act after being accused of raping a 29-year-old female patient with a “phallic object” wrapped in a condom during a gynaecological check-up at a clinic in Nakhon Sawan’s Muang district.

Thais take Asean chair, haunted by past summit chaos

Singapore - Protests, broken windows and dignitaries forced to flee by helicopter -- Thailand's last stint as host of Southeast Asia's biggest summit was devoured by political chaos.

Appeals court overturns acquittals against tour company bosses

The appeals court on Thursday imposed a Bt500,000 fine on each of the three executives of Fuan Travel Co in the case of the alleged “zero-dollar-tour” and upheld the lower court's acquittal for the rest of the 10 defendants.

IP Dept ‘sabotaging national interests’

Agency threatened with lawsuit for accepting ‘ineligible’ cannabis medicine patent applications

Refusing condoms boosts STDs among teens

LATEST STUDIES show that more and more teens and young adults have contracted sexually transmitted diseases (STD) partly because they have the wrong notion of trust.