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National Human Rights Commission urges officials to quickly find culprits

BANGKOK, 4 April 2014, The Office of the National Human Rights Commission of Thailand (NHRCT) has urged the government and the National Police Office to quickly find and bring to justice the culprits behind a spate of violent political attacks. NHRTC Commissioner Dr. Nirun Pitakwatchara made the statement after visiting the People Network for Thailand’s […]Read More

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Thailand and Malaysia join hands to improve border areas

BANGKOK, 20 February 2012 (NNT) – Thailand and Malaysia have agreed to urgently develop the economy of the Thai-Malaysian border region for better quality of life of the people of the two nations. Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Monday jointly held a press conference with her Malaysian counterpart after a plenary session between the […]Read More

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Thai Army offers info on Bangkok protest deaths

Thai Army is ready to provide information relating to the deaths of 91 people killed during the protests in April and May last year to the National Anti-Corruption Commission, on request, deputy army chief Daopong Rattanasuwan said on Tuesday. Gen Daopong said the army had already provided the information to the fact finding committee for […]Read More

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Thai PM Yingluck Shinawatra took an oath against corruption

BANGKOK, 25 September 2011 (NNT) – Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra vowed to fight against corruption this morning in an anti-corruption campaign which took place at Lumpini Park with many important political figures joining the bandwagon. Participating in this event was also Opposition leader Mr. Abhisit Vejjajiva, Commerce Minister Mr. Kittirat Na Ranong, the National […]Read More

Technology

Thailand Telecom Body Urged to Go Ahead with 3G Bidding

Thailand’s Telecom giant True Corporation is urging the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission to clarify the bidding process for 3G licenses on the 2.1 Gigahertz frequency, saying that any further delay will hurt plans to open up the telecom industry. President and CEO of True Corporation Suphachai Chearavanont said he believes the official establishment of […]Read More

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CAT Telecom puts brakes on DTAC 3G launch

CAT Telecom chief executive officer Jirayuth Rungsrithong said the agency would advise Total Access Communication (DTAC) to wait for a reply from the Office of the Attorney-General before launching commercial third-generation services. He added that DTAC’s clinching of a permit last month from the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) to install and use a 3G wireless […]Read More

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Thailand Democrats seek ban on Pheu Thai

The outgoing ruling Democrat Party on Friday has launched a legal action seeking to dissolve Pheu Thai, following its election loss. The Democrat Party asked the Election Commission to recommend the rival Puea Thai Party, the poll winner, be abolished… Read more: Bangkok PostRead More

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Si Sa Ket candidate faces vote buying probe

An electoral candidate in Si Sa Ket has been targetted for probe on vote buying, Election Commission member Prapun Naigowit said Tuesday, hinting at the strong possibility for issuing a first red card in the July 3 vote. The EC ruling to remove the candidate from the race can complete soon, he said. Read more: […]Read More