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A Call for Cooperation from All Groups of People to Achieve National Reform

A Call for Cooperation from All Groups of People to Achieve National Reform

Head of the National Council for Peace and Order General Prayut Chan-o-cha has called for cooperation from all groups of people in order to move Thailand forward to achieve national reform.

A Call for Cooperation from All Groups of People to Achieve National Reform

Trip to Japan is an enticing carrot for Thai students

Trip to Japan is an enticing carrot for Thai students

With the Asean Economic Community (AEC) coming into effect at the end of next year, Toshiba is offering high school students and their peers in Asean a chance to bond and learn together in Japan.

Trip to Japan is an enticing carrot for Thai students

Thailand to Celebrate ASEAN Day

Thailand to Celebrate ASEAN Day

Thailand is moving with its ASEAN partners toward an ASEAN Community. ASEAN will celebrate its 47th anniversary on 8 August 2014. Thailand will organize various activities to commemorate this event.

Thailand to Celebrate ASEAN Day

High-society woman shot dead by Swiss husband: police

High-society woman shot dead by Swiss husband: police

High society figure Kritaya Lamsam, an executive at Muang Thai Insurance, was shot dead by her Swiss husband at their Bangkok home on Friday evening, police said yesterday.

High-society woman shot dead by Swiss husband: police

A Thai Woman Endorsed as Chairperson of the 59th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women

A Thai Woman Endorsed as Chairperson of the 59th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women

Mrs. Kanda Vajrabhaya, former Deputy Permanent Secretary for Social Development and Human Security, has been endorsed by the Asia-Pacific Group as the Chairperson of the 59th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW).

A Thai Woman Endorsed as Chairperson of the 59th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women

NCPO urged to cancel Highway 304 expansion

NCPO urged to cancel Highway 304 expansion

A major non-government group is calling on the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) to cancel a plan to expand Highway 304, saying the project would further destroy national heritage areas.

NCPO urged to cancel Highway 304 expansion

Moving toward Reforming Thailand

Moving toward Reforming Thailand

Permanent Secretary for Defense General Surasak Kanchanarat has urged all sectors to take part in reforming Thailand, which is an important step for the future of the country.

Moving toward Reforming Thailand

Workers must be protected once AEC starts: Labour Ministry

Workers must be protected once AEC starts: Labour Ministry

The Labour Ministry’s Social Security Office has called for the protection of Asean workers to help the region realise its potential following the full implementation of the Asean Economic Community next year.

Workers must be protected once AEC starts: Labour Ministry

Formation of the Government, National Reform Council, and Constitutional Drafting Commission

Formation of the Government, National Reform Council, and Constitutional Drafting Commission

The Interim Constitution of Thailand, promulgated on 22 July 2014, is Thailand’s 19th constitution. It is expected to be in use for one year before the drafting of the next permanent constitution is completed.

Formation of the Government, National Reform Council, and Constitutional Drafting Commission

Children of migrants losing out on education

Children of migrants losing out on education

SOME 250,000 children of foreign migrant workers have no access to education in Thailand, the Ramajitti Institute said.

Children of migrants losing out on education