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OPINION

Sea people still wait for justice

Editorial, Published on 26/05/2024

» Against a background in which the government refuses to recognise indigenous peoples, two recent landmark court verdicts have acknowledged the rights of Urak Lawoi, or Chao Lay in Thai (sea people) to live and earn a living in their traditional homes. Efforts to give them justice must not stop here. Their fight for their traditional rights are far from over.

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THAILAND

Media forum agrees to support climate awareness

Anucha Charoenpo, Published on 25/05/2024

» DILI, Timor-Leste - The National Press Council of Thailand (NPCT) has urged the media in Southeast Asia to help promote environmental awareness among the public, so that more people realise the need to stop harming the environment and start repairing the damage.

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WORLD

Eyes and ears everywhere in China

Published on 25/05/2024

» BEIJING - The wall in the police station was covered in sheets of paper, one for every building in the sprawling Beijing apartment complex. Each sheet was further broken down by unit, with names, phone numbers and other information on the residents.

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OPINION

What do Indian women want from poll?

Oped, Published on 25/05/2024

» Since April 19, the day general elections began in India, voters have queued up outside polling booths, braving a muggy, scorching heatwave. The mood appears mostly upbeat. Voters talk to TV news reporters. They articulate wishes for change or belief in the incumbent leader.

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WORLD

Singapore Airlines changes seatbelt sign rules after fatal turbulence

Published on 24/05/2024

» Singapore Airlines has tightened cabin-service rules when planes hit turbulence after one passenger died and scores were injured on a flight from London earlier this week.

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THAILAND

BEM Apologises for Train Water Leak Incident

Published on 23/05/2024

» The Bangkok Expressway and Metro Public Company Limited (BEM) apologises to passengers for the incident involving water leaking into a train carriage on the MRT Blue Line while travelling from Bang Sue Station to Tao Poon Station on the evening of Tuesday, 21 May 2024. The company immediately handled the incident and took corrective action, ensuring that all passengers safely reached their destinations.

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THAILAND

Bangkok train water leak due to clogged A/C

Post Reporters, Published on 23/05/2024

» Water leakage on a Bangkok MRT train on Tuesday resulted from its clogged air-conditioning system, not rainwater leaking through its roof, the Mass Rapid Transit Authority explained on Thursday.

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GENERAL

Bangkok Land keen to develop 'smart' Muang Thong Thani

Business, Molpasorn Shoowong, Published on 23/05/2024

» SET-listed Bangkok Land wants to develop Muang Thong Thani as a smart city district, with plans to build a new seafood and fruit centre offering goods at affordable prices to attract tourists to Nonthaburi, banking on the Pink Line monorail service that is scheduled to start running there next year.

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THAILAND

Narcotic-level penalties await for vaping in schools

News, Post Reporters, Published on 23/05/2024

» The Education Ministry will amend its regulation to list e-cigarettes in the prohibited category of narcotics, Suthep Kaengsanthia, permanent secretary, said on Wednesday.

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TRAVEL

Paradise reborn

Life, Pattarawadee Saengmanee, Published on 23/05/2024

» Though the rainy season has officially started in some parts of the country, it appeared we were in luck when rain clouds drifted off Phuket. The Sun was shining and the sky was clear when we arrived at Visit Panwa Pier, where a fleet of speedboats and catamarans were cruising the water to pick up passengers.