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GENERAL

EA reschedules bills of exchange payment

Business, Nareerat Wiriyapong, Published on 24/07/2024

» Ailing Energy Absolute (EA), which has been under investigation over alleged fraud involving former executives, has rescheduled payment of two of its tranches of short-term bills of exchange (B/E) due to tight liquidity.

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EASY NEWS

Police under fire over 'drunk' driver death

Gary Boyle, Published on 23/07/2024

» Police will investigate how a sick 41-year-old male driver died after being held at Yannawa Police Station in Bangkok for two hours after police mistook his illness for drunk driving.

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THAILAND

Bangkok cops under fire over 'drunk' driver death

Wassayos Ngamkham, Published on 22/07/2024

» Police will investigate to find the real cause behind the tragedy in which a sick 41-year-old male driver died after being held at Yannawa Police Station in Bangkok for two hours after police mistook his illness for drunk driving.

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THAILAND

Giant passport advert sparks new checks on visitors' IDs

Post Reporters, Published on 22/07/2024

» A controversial Chinese-language billboard advertising multinational passport and citizenship application services was ordered removed on Monday and the legality of the sign and the business itself are under investigation. 

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THAILAND

Rights groups hopeful court will accept Tak Bai case, deadline looms

Online Reporters, Published on 22/07/2024

» Lawyers representing victims of the Tak Bai massacre are hopeful the provincial court will accept the case for trial, with the decision now scheduled for late August and the statute of limitations in the case soon to expire. 

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OPINION

MFP's reforming spirit will live on

News, Veera Prateepchaikul, Published on 22/07/2024

» Come what may on Aug 7, the opposition Move Forward Party (MFP) appears to be ready to face the axe from the Constitutional Court. The party could be dissolved and/or all 11 members of the executive committee barred from contesting elections for 10 years, as sought by the Election Commission.

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THAILAND

Final batch of rice auctioned for B244m

News, Phusadee Arunmas, Published on 20/07/2024

» The government has wrapped up its auctioning-off of 15,000 tonnes of rice left over from the Yingluck Shinawatra administration's rice-pledging scheme and has sold it to the two highest bidders for about 244 million baht, a source at the Commerce Ministry said.

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THAILAND

Beware of the 'blue' party

News, Published on 20/07/2024

» The June 26 Senate poll and the June 30 Provincial Administrative Organisation (PAO) chairman election in Pathum Thani have left the country's two largest parties wary of a lurking threat from the third-ranked Bhumjaithai Party.

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THAILAND

Keskamol will not quit Senate: lawyer

News, Aekarach Sattaburuth, Published on 20/07/2024

» Senator Keskamol Pleansamai does not intend to resign amid the current controversy surrounding her educational background, according to her lawyer, Decha Kittiwittayanan.

OPINION

Ukraine hospitals are targets of war

Oped, Published on 20/07/2024

» 'I'm not hurt! I'm alive!" I hear my father's agitated voice over the phone. The day is July 8, when 38 Russian missiles attacked Ukraine. Several of them hit Kyiv residential areas. Even though I live in Kyiv and get used to air-raid alerts, it's just hard to believe it's my family's turn now to become part of the target of the Russian missiles. "There was an attack. It's our building. I think someone was killed. I've got to go," my father hangs up, leaving me completely lost.