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Police: 2013 Ramkhamhaeng bomb possible link to attacks

Last week’s multiple arson and bomb attacks in seven provinces could be linked to the May 26, 2013, bombing incident in Bangkok’s Ramkhamhaeng area, said a member of the police team probing the incidents. A connection between the Ramkhamhaeng incident and the attacks in Prachuap Khiri Khan, and six southern provinces last week, is suspected […]Read More

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Ramkhamhaeng University holds anti-drug campaign in Bangkok

BANGKOK, 20 June 2016, (NNT) – The Ramkhamhaeng University (RU) and the Wang Thong Lang District Office have organized an anti-drugs campaign in Bangkok. RU Vice-President for Public Relations Leena Limapichat, says the project is aimed at preventing residents of the communities of Soi Ramkhamhaeng 21 and 39 from using drugs. Read more: NNT National […]Read More

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Bangkok: New boat pier to link airport train

A new pier on Khlong Saen Saep will be built to link the canal’s boat service with the Airport Rail Link, a Transport Ministry official said on Thursday. Permanent secretary for transport Soithip Traisuth said construction of the pier will begin next month to connect the boat operation with the airport train serving Suvarnabhumi airport […]Read More

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Four southerners get more than 66 years in prison for

The Criminal Court Friday sentenced four southern men to 66 years and eight months in prison for their involvement in a May 26, 2013, bombing at the mouth of Bangkok’s Soi Ramkhamhaeng 43/1. However, each man will serve only 50 years, the maximum under Thai law. Read more: The NationRead More

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Suthep leads PDRC march along Ramkhamhaeng Road

BANGKOK, May 3 – Anti-government protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban on Saturday led protesters on a march along Ramkhamhaeng Road to call on the public to join the latest final mass rally to be held later this month. Mr Suthep, secretary general of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) started marching at around 10am from Ramkhamhaeng […]Read More

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Two Ramkhamhaeng Students Arrested For Killing Redshirt

(23 December) The police have arrested two students suspected of killing a Redshirt protester during the clashes between rival political groups in Bangkok last month. Three pro-government Redshirts and one anti-government protester were killed by gunfire in the violence which erupted around Rajamangala Stadium, where the Redshirts were holding a mass rally, in Ramkhamhaeng district […]Read More

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Bomb attack at protest leader’s home in Bangkok

BANGKOK, Dec 19 – Four petrol bombs and a brick were hurled into the home of Chitpas Bhirombhakdi, a leader of the anti-government People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) at Ramkhamhaeng Soi 12, but no injuries were reported. The incident occurred at about 3.40am this morning after Ms Chitpas, former Democrat Party Bangkok MP candidate, had […]Read More