Tags : Din Daeng


96 injured, one critically in today’s clashes In Bangkok

Clashes between anti-riot police and anti-Thaksin regime protesters now reached 96, including a Japanese journalist. Dr Suphan Srithamma, director-general of the Medical Department said that reports from the Erawan Emergency Center and the Public Health Ministry have now put the violence toll from Bangkok Youth Center (Thai-Japan) stadium to 96, including local and foreign journalists, […]Read More


Gunshots fired at Bangkok protest site

Several gunshots were fired while anti-Thaksin regime protesters were gathering in front of the Din Daeng police station. The seizure was described by protesters as not to blockade registration application but merely to see the faces of party executives who remain defiant to register for election. Read more: thaipbs.or.thRead More


American drugs suspect sought by FBI arrested in Bangkok

Immigration Police yesterday arrested a 32-year-old US citizen, wanted in Florida on suspicion of dealing drugs, at an apartment in Bangkok’s Din Daeng district. Immigration police chief Panu Kerdlarppol said Ryan Steven Miller was apprehended after US authorities and the FBI requested his arrest. Miller, who fled to Thailand from Vietnam last October, first came […]Read More


21 most horrendous traffic jams in Bangkok revealed

BANGKOK, 26 September 2012 (NNT)-The Royal Thai Police has revealed 21 zones with most horrendous traffic jam where commuters are advised to avoid at all costs during a heavy downpour. According to the Royal Thai Police, the 21 areas throughout the capital city which are infamous for horrible gridlocks include Ratchadaphisek road starting from Fortune […]Read More


Bangkok: Broken crane injures three, damages property

A crane at a construction site in Bangkok’s Din Daeng district partially collapsed yesterday, causing heavy property damage and injuring three workers, two of them seriously. In addition, large clouds of dust and debris caused damage in several houses and a school nearby. Read more: The NationRead More


Four teens arrested in Bangkok fatal stabbing

Police arrested four youth aged 15-18 at Bangkok’s Din Daeng Flat for allegedly robbing and killing a Chon Buri hotel employee at the mouth of Soi Sukhumvit 51, Metropolitan Police chief Winai Thongsong told a press conference yesterday. Police identified former drug suspect Sitthichai Khoraya, 18, from security-camera footage. Read more: The NationRead More


Drug suspects arrested in three cases as Thai government crackdown

CHIANG RAI, Sept 25 – Thai Police arrested a suspected member of a major drug network in the North, two suspected drug traffickers in the capital and a suspected drug smuggler in Phuket. Deputy Prime Minister Chalerm Yoobamrung and Acting national police chief Pol Gen Priewpan Damapong informed a news conference on Sunday of the […]Read More