Tags : Rajprasong

Bangkok

Over 10,000 red shirts rally in Bangkok

Over 10,000 red-shirt people gathered at the Rajprasong Intersection Thursday to commemorate the crackdown on their peers a year ago. At 4:30 pm, the demonstrators occupied the Rajprasong Road from the Four Seasons Hotel to Pratunam Intersection and on the Rama 1 Road, they occupied the road from Chidlom Intersection to Henri Dunant Intersection. Read […]Read More

Bangkok

Bangkok: 3,000 policemen to keep security at Rajprasong New Year

Some 3,000 policemen will be deployed to keep security at the Rajprasong Intersection on New Year Eve, Police Commissioner-General Pol Gen Wichien Phojphosri said Wednesday. A countdown activity is normally held at the Central World at the intersection. Wichien said police expect no untoward incidents but the police will be deployed to guard the area […]Read More

News

Red shirts may turn suicide bombers, leader warns

A red-shirt leader warned Thursday certain red-shirt people may turn suicide bombers to avenge the government crackdowns and fight for democracy. The warning was made by Somyos Prueksakasemsuk, a leader of the June 24 Group, during a seminar at the Royal Hotel to mark the October 14 student uprising. The seminar was titled “October 14: […]Read More

Bangkok

Bangkok: 400 police to keep security at Rajprasong on Sunday

The Metropolitan Police Bureau will deploy 400 anti-riot police to keep security at the Rajprasong Intersection when the red-shirt movement organises activities to mark the 4th coup anniversary, the bureau chief said Monday. Pol Lt Gen Santhan Chayanon, the metropolitan police commissioner, said the 400 police would prevent the red-shirt people from moving from the […]Read More

Chiang Mai

Red shirts plan Bangkok-Chiang Mai rally

The red shirts will organise a motorcade rally from Bangkok to Chiang Mai along with other activities to mark the fourth anniversary of the September 19 military coup that ousted Thaksin Shinawatra. Other events include a gathering at the Rajprasong intersection in Bangkok to commemorate both the fourth anniversary of the coup and the fourth […]Read More

Bangkok

2010 protests: Fiery rage hits Bangkok

Arsonists, rioters and shooters wreaked havoc in many areas of Bangkok on Wednesday after red shirt leaders announced an end of their 45-day protests at the Rajprasong shopping area. The government’s Centre for the Resolution of the Emergency Situation (CRES) imposed curfew between 8 am and 6 am in Bangkok and other provinces where the […]Read More

Bangkok

Red shirts attack TV station, stock exchange

Red shirts protesters went berserk on Wednesday after their leaders surrendered to police and ended Rajprasong rally. They attacked by setting fire on TV 3 Channel and library of Stock Exchange of Thailand. One staffer said cars parked outside the building were set on fire and protesters then entered the Channel 3 building. The fire […]Read More