Search Switch
Remove

Showing 1-10 of 2,177 results

  • LEARNING

    Rush hour crush = bad PR

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 20/03/2013

    » We now know a superstar, his fan club and crowds of commuters on their home from work won't fit on the Victory Monument walkway during rush hour.

  • NEWS

    SRT: Makkasan can't be used for vans

    Amornrat Mahitthirook, Published on 19/06/2014

    » An area of land near the Makkasan Airport Rail Link station is reserved for commercial development to help clear 80 billion in debt owed to the Finance Ministry, the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) governor said Thursday, and could not be used as a passenger van hub as suggested by the junta.

  • NEWS

    Protesters plan intense sweep rally

    Online Reporters, Published on 29/12/2013

    » Anti-government protesters are planning to make a clean sweep of Bangkok - with brooms and dust bins.

  • NEWS

    Protesters now 'welcome' at MPB

    Online Reporters, Published on 03/12/2013

    » Bangkok police chief Kamronwit Thoopkrachang says protesters are welcome inside the Metropolitan Police Bureau headquarters on Sri Ayutthaya road and can stay indefinitely.

  • BUSINESS

    SET down 0.40 points at opening

    Online Reporters, Published on 23/12/2013

    » Thai stocks opened down 0.03% at the start of trade this morning.

  • NEWS

    Protesters march to Pheu Thai Party

    AFP, Published on 29/11/2013

    » Anti-government protesters began a cheerful parade through Bangkok's streets Friday, heading for the headquarters of the Pheu Thai Party led by Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.

  • LEARNING

    Reds shirts on the move

    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 11/10/2010

    » Red shirts were on the move through Bangkok again yesterday, mourning the dead and demanding the release of those detained.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Cinema Politico

    Life, Kong Rithdee, Published on 14/12/2018

    » The premiere of the social-commentary film Ten Years Thailand on Tuesday night saw a number of political celebrities in the vaulted foyer of the Scala, brushing elbows with journalists, film professionals and gawking onlookers. Sulak Sivaraksa was there, as well as historian Charnvit Kasetsiri, Thongthong Chandrangsu and several political-science scholars. Big names from political parties showed up: Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit from Future Forward, Parit Ratanakulserirengrit from the Democrats, Chatchat Sitthiphun and Wattana Muangsuk from Pheu Thai, Sombat Boon-ngamanong from Krian Party. Invitations had been sent out to all parties, according to the film producers, but no one from Palang Pracharat and Bhumjaithai attended the screening.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Wearable Culture

    Guru, Published on 23/11/2018

    » Even the most casual observers of Thai beauty pageants take notice of our national costumes. They are the embodiment of Thai-style creativity, which transforms cultural icons into something spectacular and wearable. Earlier this week, Miss Universe Thailand 2018 Sophida "Ning" Kanchanarin revealed "Chang, the Icon of Siam" as her Thai national costume.

  • LIFESTYLE

    Verbal duels and bawdy lyrics

    Life, John Clewley, Published on 18/04/2018

    » World Beat was at the Korat Festival recently to check out the activities based around paying homage to the Thao Suranari Monument, or Ya Mo, as it is known locally. Korat, or Nakhon Ratchasima, is often thought of as the gateway to Isan, the northeastern region of the country.

Your recent history

  • Recently searched

    • Recently viewed links

      Did you find what you were looking for? Have you got some comments for us?