Thai food chain in KL eyes Australia

Thai food chain in KL eyes Australia

A popular Thai restaurant chain in Malaysia is targeting Australia as its first overseas expansion project.

Thai food chain in KL eyes Australia

Reconciliation Process Cited as Successful in Reducing Conflict in Thai Society

Reconciliation Process Cited as Successful in Reducing Conflict in Thai Society

The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) has cited its reconciliation process as successful, as reflected in the significant decrease in conflicts over the past two months.

Reconciliation Process Cited as Successful in Reducing Conflict in Thai Society

Chaturon indictment pushed to Aug 4

Chaturon indictment pushed to Aug 4

The Bangkok Military Court on Wednesday agreed to postpone to Aug 4 its decision whether to indict former education minister Chaturon Chaisaeng.

Chaturon indictment pushed to Aug 4

Khmer Rouge genocide trial begins

Khmer Rouge genocide trial begins

PHNOM PENH – Cambodia’s UN-backed Khmer Rouge court on Wednesday began a second trial of two former regime leaders on charges including genocide of Vietnamese people and ethnic Muslims, forced marriages and rape.

Khmer Rouge genocide trial begins

Myanmar sacks 2 more ministers

Myanmar sacks 2 more ministers

YANGON — Myanmar President Thein Sein effectively removed Tuesday the influential minister of information and the health minister by issuing orders that “allowed” them to resign, a move that came after his dismissal of another Cabinet member last month.

Myanmar sacks 2 more ministers

Myanmar student tops cursive contest

Myanmar student tops cursive contest

A 12-year old-boy from Myanmar, who was born and raised in Thailand, won the Thai language handwriting competition for primary school level to mark National Thai Language Day yesterday.

Myanmar student tops cursive contest

Committee to Be Formed to Address Problems Concerning Human Rights

Committee to Be Formed to Address Problems Concerning Human Rights

The National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) is in the process of establishing a committee to address problems concerning human rights.

Committee to Be Formed to Address Problems Concerning Human Rights

Somkid meets Chinese leaders

Somkid meets Chinese leaders

General Prayuth Chan-ocha, chief of the ruling National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO), presented a personal message of friendship and cooperation to China’s President Xi Jinping through his adviser Somkid Jatusripitak.

Somkid meets Chinese leaders

Warring family makes peace

Warring family makes peace

Thammawattana family signs pact under watchful eye of the court

Warring family makes peace

Junta’s anti-graft moves welcome, but not all will be happy

Junta’s anti-graft moves welcome, but not all will be happy

The provisional Constitution, which went into effect on July 22, has made the country’s future slightly clearer, especially when it comes to the next elected government once a permanent charter is in place.

Junta’s anti-graft moves welcome, but not all will be happy