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Thailand discovers 21 new cases of coronavirus in state quarantine and from abroad on Monday

Thailand’s government on Monday said that it had discovered 21 new case of coronavirus in the last 24 hours.The patients are from Indai (1), Italy (1), Germany (2), Switzerland (3), Japan (4), France...

Singha says it will sue protesters for defamation

Boon Rawd Brewery, the parent company of Singha Beer, said that it plans on suing protesters for defamation after social media posts accused the company of aiding security forces in their crackdown on protesters at parliament.

Opinion: Making outlandish statements hinders more than helps the student movement

On Monday, during a pro-democracy protest in front of the army's 11th regiment, protest leader Parit "Penguin" Chiwarak made the following claim.https://twitter.com/paritchi/status/1332357656229474304According to Penguin, Rama VII once tried to...

Opinion: It is time for the students to embrace conservatism and not modern liberalism

For the past five months, Thailand's students have taken to the streets to demand change. They have called on the government, and the military-appointed senate, to resign and they've called for an end to military intervention in...

Student group sues prime minister for misuse of laws resulting in civil liberty violations

A student group is suing the Prime Minister for misuse of the state emergency at the Bangkok Civil Court on Friday.The student group said that they are suing Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha on...

Tisco reports improvement in loan growth but uncertainty over NPLs still high

TISCO Financial Group Plc (TISCO) said on Friday that it expected its overall loan outlook of 2020 to slightly improve following the demand from big creditors and believed that non-performing loans (NPLs) would still continue to grow.

Protest guards deny police claim that violence at Wednesday’s protest was from ‘infighting’

The leader of several groups of protest guards denied on Thursday and Friday police claims that violence that occurred during the end of Wednesday's protests was due to infighting by several vocational protest groups.

Signs of life as manufacturing index expected to rise in November, December

Thailand’s manufacturing production index (MPI) dropped by -0.54 per cent year-on-year to 95.72 points in October, the Office of Industrial Economics (OIE) said on Friday.The index has, however, increased from the 2.15 per...

AstraZeneca vaccine will undergo a new global trial due to concerns as Thailand goes ahead with purchase

AstraZeneca, the British-based pharmaceutical company that jointly developed a vaccine with Oxford University, said on Thursday evening in the United Kingdom that its vaccine will undergo a new global trial as experts questions the validity of its...

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Thailand discovers 21 new cases of coronavirus in state quarantine and from abroad on Monday

Thailand’s government on Monday said that it had discovered 21 new case of coronavirus in the last 24 hours.

Singha says it will sue protesters for defamation

Boon Rawd Brewery, the parent company of Singha Beer, said that it plans on suing protesters for defamation after social media posts...

Opinion: Making outlandish statements hinders more than helps the student movement

On Monday, during a pro-democracy protest in front of the army's 11th regiment, protest leader Parit "Penguin" Chiwarak made the following claim.

Opinion: It is time for the students to embrace conservatism and not modern liberalism

For the past five months, Thailand's students have taken to the streets to demand change. They have called on the government, and...

The Big Interview: Uncle Statue

For the past five moths, pro-democracy protests have taken place throughout the country with regular rallies in Bangkok and the surrounding areas....