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Update: Wed, Apr 26 2017    

Booths to be set up for mourners at late King’s cremation

The government plans to set up public booths for mourners taking part in the His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Aduyadej’s cremation in October to lay traditional wooden funeral flowers, Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam said on Wednesday.

Pro-democracy activists threatened by police over missing plaque

Pro-democracy activists have been continuously threatened and told to stop taking action with regards to the mysterious disappearance of the Siamese Revolution plaque almost two weeks after the historic symbol was discovered missing.

Taxi driver arrested for allegedly raping Brazilian tourist

A taxi driver was arrested in Nonthaburi on Wednesday after he allegedly took a Brazilian tourist to Suphan Buri and raped her.

Cabinet endorses broad spying powers for police

With little fanfare, the Cabinet on Tuesday endorsed sweeping new powers for police to monitor mobilephone conversations and access mobile apps – but police promised that ordinary people would not be affected, because the authorities would only target criminals accused of grave offences.

ISPs ordered to remove websites deemed to violate lese majeste law

The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) has instructed Internet service providers (ISPs) to immediately remove websites that violate the lese majeste law. 

Students in ceremony to show respect to 295 Ajarn Yai

Students of Chulalongkorn University's Faculty of Medicine and the Poh Teck Tung Foundation hosted a ceremony on Wednesday to show their respect and place 295 human cadavers – which Thai medical students would refer to as Ajarn Yai (great teachers) – in coffins at the university's Padtayapatana Building in Bangkok.

Overseas embassies to host events for royal cremation

Thailand’s embassies and consulates around the world will host ceremonies on the day of His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Aduyadej’s cremation in October so that Thai expatriates can join in the historic event, Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Busadee Santipitak said on Wednesday.

Three nabbed in Phetchaburi yaba sting

Narcotics Suppression Bureau police in a sting operation in Phetchaburi’s Tha Yang district on Wednesday arrested three people and seized 60,000 yaba pills, five mobile phones and a pistol with seven rounds of ammunition. 

Watchdog issues demands on Eastern development

A citizens’ watchdog group on Wednesday urged the government to protect people’s rights amid planned development in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC).

OHEC identifies 1,790 substandard higher-education courses 

The Office of the Higher Education Commission (OHEC) has identified 1,790 substandard higher-education courses, most of which had issues related to lecturers or were exceeding the student quota, OHEC secretary-general Supat Champatong said.

Activist detained for trying to lodge complaint over missing plaque ‘released’ by military

Pro-democracy activist Ekachai Hongkangwan, who was detained on Tuesday morning for attempting to submit a complaint over the missing Siamese Revolution plaque at Government House, was released on Tuesday evening.

Hunt on for taxi driver accused of raping Brazilian tourist

A Brazilian woman who hailed a taxi at Bangkok’s Don Mueang International airport was allegedly raped by the taxi driver in a field in Suphan Buri late on Tuesday, police said.

Paradise lost – Hua Hin peace shattered by “Party Houses”

Residents in Hua Hin are facing shattered lives as “Party Houses” are springing up all over town.

Bangkok’s searing summer sun hot enough to cook a steak – inside your car!

Bangkok’s hot summer sun is strong enough to cook steak by just placing marinated meat in a skillet inside a car parked outdoors on a sunny afternoon.

Social Security benefits to be improved for informal sector

THE CABINET yesterday approved a series of laws to boost benefits for voluntarily insured persons under the Social Security Act’s Article 40.

State officials on media council would have limited terms: Kanit

THE CONTROVERSIAL inclusion of two state representatives on the proposed media regulation council would be placed in a provisional clause stipulating limited terms of five years, chairman of the media reform committee ACM Kanit Suwannet said yesterday.

‘Many accomplices’ involved in sperm smuggling amid unanswered questions

MANY ACCOMPLICES are involved in the sperm smuggling that was detected at a border checkpoint last week, the Health Service Support Department (HSSD) said.

Royal cremation ceremonies to be held Oct 25-29

THE Royal cremation ceremonies for HM the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej (King Rama IX) will be held between October 25 and 29.

Submarine deal confirmed

Govt says price of warship is ‘CHEAP’ at Bt13.5 billion, but experts question value.

Outrage after Facebook Live murder of baby

Facebook has removed a horrific video clip that showed a man putting a noose around his 11-month-old baby daughter’s neck and hanging her from the roof of an abandoned building in Phuket, following an uproar.