Month: November 2016

Bangkok

Net idol ‘had no mental treatment’ before crash

A young businesswoman responsible for triggering a major car crash on Ratchadaphisek Road on Tuesday has no history of psychological treatment, according to police. A net idol, Kritrada Thabthimpol, 28, known on the internet and YouTube as Namzom Zomy, was driving her BMW sedan when she appeared to lose control at the wheel and crashed […]Read More

Bangkok

Tollway fare systems completely interchangeable

BANGKOK, 2 November 2016 (NNT) – The Expressway Authority of Thailand (EXAT) has advised that motorists who apply the Easy Pass and M-Pass automated tollway systems can completely and efficiently use the different passes interchangeably. The pre-paid tollway fare systems have been compatible with each other since after midnight of 31 October. This is the […]Read More

News

Prawit plays down car bomb warning in Sathorn area

Deputy Prime Minister Prawit Wongsuwan Wednesday played down leaked document from security agencies about a possible car bomb attack at a school in Sathon area. He said the information was old and security agencies were all they can to prevent such an attack. Source: The NationRead More

News

TV and radio stations to resume normal entertainment programmes November

TV and radio stations can resume their normal entertainment programmes after the 30-day mourning period expires November 14. Government spokesman Lt Gen Sansern Kaewkamnerd said as the 30-day mourning period that the government has requested TV and radio stations, and entertainment venues to cease all entertainment programmes and shows, is to expire November 14, all […]Read More

News

Imams in Germany to be fined for officiating at child

The German Interior Ministry has proposed fining Muslim clerics who officiate at child weddings, Die Welt reports, adding that the authorities plan to amend marriage laws in the view of the massive refugee inflow. All imams marrying people under 16 years old should face fines of up to €1,000 ($1,100), German Interior Minister Thomas de […]Read More