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  • THAILAND

    Protesters storm key ministries

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 26/11/2013

    » Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has imposed the Internal Security Act (ISA) across the capital and in nearby areas after protesters stormed key ministries in a bid to topple the government.

  • THAILAND

    Suthep's demonstrators must stay within bounds of law

    News, Published on 26/11/2013

    » Anti-government demonstrators' seizure of parts of the Finance and Foreign ministries goes beyond being a "peaceful" protest.

  • THAILAND

    Were there a million? Or only 59,000?

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 26/11/2013

    » A contentious question following the major anti-government rally on Sunday is: Did as many as one million people show up on Ratchadamnoen as claimed by protest leader Suthep Thaugsuban?

  • THAILAND

    Abhisit vows to expose PM's graft, mistakes

    News, Published on 26/11/2013

    » The opposition will show in a two-day censure debate how Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has contributed to widespread graft and mishandled policy, its leader Abhisit Vejjajiva said.

  • THAILAND

    Press rally coverage 'balanced'

    News, Post Reporters, Published on 26/11/2013

    » The country's two key media organisations have issued a statement saying the press has performed its duties fully by accurately reporting on the ongoing political rallies.

  • THAILAND

    UDD 'won't lose' as more red shirts flock to city

    News, Paritta Wangkiat, Published on 26/11/2013

    » The red-shirt United Front for Democracy against Dictatorship (UDD) is mobilising supporters nationwide to join the pro-government rally at Rajamangala National Stadium.

  • OPINION

    Not fathers, but friends

    News, Published on 26/11/2013

    » The reaction by Myanmar to a UN request to grant citizenship to its Rohingya minority is as shocking as it is wrong. The official government spokesman, the president's office and the official representative of Aung San Suu Kyi's political party were quick to denounce the world body. Government officials dismissed the UN request as misinformed. Mrs Suu Kyi's spokesman went further, calling it interference in the country's internal affairs.

  • OPINION

    Emperor eyes better India-Japan ties

    News, Published on 26/11/2013

    » Japanese Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko, in a rare overseas trip, are scheduled to begin a tour of the Indian cities of New Delhi and Chennai on Saturday. The imperial couple's week-long visit is likely to mark a defining moment in Indo-Japanese relations, fostering closer economic and security ties between Asia's two leading democracies as they seek a pluralistic, stable Asian order.

  • OPINION

    Postbag: NYT balanced on court

    News, Published on 26/11/2013

    » Robin Grant's quote from the New York Times article on the Constitution Court's ruling as ''bizarre'' (PostBag, Nov 24) is unfair to the NYT and the judges.

  • OPINION

    Divide between rich, poor is hurting growth

    News, Published on 26/11/2013

    » ]It is now widely agreed that Thailand's low wages and export-oriented economic development model have been very successful in substantially decreasing poverty and enhancing standards of living for the past four decades. But that cannot push Thailand to progress further as the country now faces growing competition from low-cost producers like China, India, Vietnam and Cambodia.

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