Tags : Ramkhamhaeng


Anti-government protesters rally at Bangkok police headquarters

BANGKOK, Dec 18 – Anti-government protesters today marched to the headquarters of Thailand’s National Police Bureau, urging for progress in the shooting case of slain Ramkhamhaeng student. Protesters of the People’s Democratic Reform Committee (PDRC) led by former Democrat MPs Thaworn Senneam and Issara Somchai, rallied outside the police office on Rama 1 Road. Traffic […]Read More


Police arrest two men for torching bus in Bangkok

BANGKOK, Dec 11 – Police today arrest two men suspected of burning a bus on December 1 in front of Ramkhamhaeng University near Rajamangala National Stadium where Red shirts had rallied to show their support for the government. Royal Thai Police’s Commissioner General Office adviser Pol Lt Gen Jarumporn Suramanee said the evidence collected to […]Read More


Bangkok Street Clashes Dead Identified As 1 Student, 3 Red

(2 December) The victims who lost their lives during nighttime clashes between rival protesters in Ramkhamhaeng district of Bangkok have been identified as one student from Ramkhamhaeng University and three Redshirts protesters. The clashes erupted when a group of anti-government protesters, mostly composed of Ramkhamhaeng students, approached the vicinity of Rajamangala Stadium, where thousands of […]Read More


Bus set on fire in Bangkok, 1 body found

A badly-burned body has been found on a double-deck bus registered in Kamphaeng Phet province which was set on fire in front of the Rajamangala National Stadium on Ramkhamhaeng Road where the red shirts had rallied to show their support for the government. Read more: Bangkok PostRead More


Bangkok unrest: 4 dead, 57 wounded

BANGKOK, Dec 1 – Four people have died and 54 were injured in the Ramkhamhaeng clashes, including one soldier, according to the Erawan Emergency Medical Centre. The four dead are Taweesak Pokaew, 21, shot in the right rib, and Wisanu Paopu, 26, shot in the chest, and Army Pvt Tanasit Viengkham, 22, who died in […]Read More


Hundreds of students trapped at Ramkamhaeng University

Security authorities are preparing evacuation plan for hundreds of people, most of them were Ramkamhaeng University students, who were still stranded in the university compound since last night following fatal crashes. The rescue teams are working against time as they want to complete the work before dusk. Ramkamhaeng University rector Wutthisak Larpcharoensab had claimed that […]Read More