Month: March 2014


Two police patrolling Narathiwat poll stations killed in bombing

NARATHIWAT, March 30 – Two police were killed while three others were wounded while they were patrolling in this restive southern province to ensure safety, as residents went out to vote for Senate election. A group of 16 police officers were on their way to inspect the situation in polling booths under their supervision in […]Read More


Northern residents warned of hot weather up to 40 degree

CHIANG MAI, March 30 – The Northern Meteorological Centre warned that local residents could face prolonged hot weather as the highest temperature was recorded in Lampang province today at almost 41 degree Celsius. The centre said the “very” hot weather was caused by a warm low pressure over upper Thailand, combined with the current haze […]Read More


Voters go to the polls to elect their senators

Thais across the country went to the polls since 8 a.m. Sunday morning to elect their representatives to the Senate. In Bangkok, Election Commission chairman Supachai Somcharoen urged the voters to vote for good and qualified people into the Senate with conscience and without selling their votes. Read more: thaipbs.or.thRead More


Protesters in Surat Thani call for reform before election

SURAT THANI, 29 March 2014 (NNT) – Anti-government protesters in the southern province of Surat Thani gathered at the city hall on Saturday in opposition of elections. Hundreds of supporters of the People’s Democracy Reform Committee in Surat Thani also marched through the city’ key streets, inviting people to support the idea of political reform […]Read More