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US Embassy apologises for error in writing invitation to Independence

The US Embassy in Bangkok has apologised a former political science professor for calling him “anti-Thaksin activist” in a formal invitation letter addressed to him to attend the Fourth of July celebration on July 2 at a Bangkok hotel. Pramote Nakornthab was addressed as Dr Pramote Nakornthab, Anti-Thaksin Activist” on the invitation letter. Read more: […]Read More

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Ban Ki-moon invites Prayut to UN assembly

UNITED NATIONS Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has inquired about Thailand’s progress in its road map to democracy during a meeting with Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha in Japan. Ban expressed hope that the country will succeed in bringing about a sustainable democracy, |government spokesman Yongyuth Mayalarp said yesterday. Read more: The Nation By The NationRead More

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Stephen Hawking to be invited to lecture in Thailand

THE OFFICE of the Basic Education Commission has invited world-renowned scientist Stephen Hawking, who has researched and written on the universe and time, to speak to an Asean special education fair in late July next year. Hawking, 73, is a theoretical physicist and cosmologist who suffers from a motor-neuron disease. He communicates with a speech […]Read More

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Absent invitation to US reception ‘understandable’: NCPO

BANGKOK, July 4 – Thailand’s National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) expressed understanding as the military junta was not invited by the US Embassy to the United States Independence day reception on Thursday. Regarding the celebration of the 238th Independence Anniversary of the United States to which the NCPO was not invited, NCPO Spokesman […]Read More