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Find Karen activist, dept urges

Find Karen activist, dept urges

THE RIGHTS and Liberties Protection Department (RLPD) has been pressing for progress in the investigation into the disappearance of a Karen activist.

Find Karen activist, dept urges

Kids the bestread in country as habit spreads

Kids the bestread in country as habit spreads

Thai people are spending more time on reading – 37 minutes per day – a 10-per-cent increase from the 2011′s findings, according to a 2013 survey on Thai reading habits.

Kids the bestread in country as habit spreads

Senior park official faces probe

Senior park official faces probe

Kaeng krachan national park chief to be moved if investigators find him guilty

Senior park official faces probe

Disappearance of Karen activist prompts concern

Disappearance of Karen activist prompts concern

Fingers pointed at Kaeng Krachan park chief, who swears innocence

Disappearance of Karen activist prompts concern

Southerners participate in writing contest

Southerners participate in writing contest

The Culture Ministry’s Office of Contemporary Art And Culture (OCAC) has trained youths and members of the public from the southern border provinces in professional prose writing and also got them to take part in a writing contest titled “Good things in our homes”.

Southerners participate in writing contest

14 Uighurs found at Sa Kaew

14 Uighurs found at Sa Kaew

Fourteen suspected Uighur refugees were rounded up yesterday while trying to hide in a wooded area in Sa Kaew’s Wattana Nakhon district.

14 Uighurs found at Sa Kaew

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322 deaths on roads over Songkran week

322 deaths on roads over Songkran week

There were 322 deaths and 3,225 injuries as a result of 2,992 road accidents across country from last Friday to Thursday – the so-called seven dangerous days of Songkran, said the state road safety agency.

322 deaths on roads over Songkran week

Navy lawsuit ‘case study in press freedom’

Navy lawsuit ‘case study in press freedom’

Phuketwan pair sued for defamation

Navy lawsuit ‘case study in press freedom’

Muay Thai justice for brawlers seen as a rights violation

Muay Thai justice for brawlers seen as a rights violation

The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) yesterday said Buriram Football Club president Newin Chidchob’s idea to bring on stage the youngsters, who had reportedly been fist fighting during the club’s Songkran celebrations, to fight with professional Muay Thai boxers, was a rights violation.

Muay Thai justice for brawlers seen as a rights violation

Police ‘must be more proactive’

Police ‘must be more proactive’

National Police chief Pol General Adul Saengsingkaew yesterday called for police operations to become more proactive as well as emphasise human rights, justice and equality.

Police ‘must be more proactive’