Free Press Journal
  • Tips to Know before planning a trip to Thailand

    Thailand is one of those places which you can visit without having deep pockets. There are a lot of Thailand homes for rent in this beautiful country where you can stay and plan an agenda that can even last for more than two weeks. The rental homes don’t cost a hole in your purse. There is a list of things which you should be doing at Thailand and there are few checklists too.

  • India probes dumping of chemical by 5 countries

    New Delhi: India has started investigations into alleged dumping of a chemical, used mainly in the paint industry, from China, European Union, Korea, Taiwan and Thailand following a complaint from a domestic industry.

  • Business with Thailand could grow faster

    Thailand is not unfamiliar to most Indian businessmen. The Aditya Birla group was one of the first to discover the advantages of investing in Thailand. This group’s interests span chlor-alkali products, epichlorohydrin epoxy resins sodium phosphates, specialty phosphates sodium sulphite and sodium metabisulphite among others.

  • 20 Myanmar migrants killed as fire breaks out in a bus in Thailand

    Bangkok: Twenty Myanmar migrant workers died early today as fire tore through a bus taking them from a Thai border town to Bangkok, officials said. It was not immediately clear how the blaze started on the bus — one of four travelling together to the Thai capital.

  • Lessons India can learn from Thailand

    India began talking about Make in India since 2014. And it has been talking about India becoming the hub of innovation for several decades now.

  • Thailand: At least 18 killed in bus crash

    Bangkok: At least 18 people were killed and dozens wounded when a bus travelling in northeastern Thailand veered off the road and smashed into a tree, authorities said today. The accident occured Wednesday evening in Thailand’s Nakhon Ratchasima province with the double decker bus carrying around 50 people returning home from a holiday.

  • Republic Day 2018: Watch Live telecast of 69th Republic Day Parade

    New Delhi: As the nation is all set to celebrate the 69th Republic Day on Thursday, security has been beefed up everywhere.Security forces have been deployed in numbers, to keep a check on the situations. Vehicles, in each and every police points, are being checked thoroughly. Vigilance at sensitive spots across the country have been increased to ensure safety and security.

  • Republic Day 2018: Meet the 10 ASEAN leaders who will be the chief guests this year

    The ASEAN summit is going to be held on January 25 in New Delhi. As a part of this summit, the country heads of Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, Brunei, Laos, Myanmar, Cambodia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and Vietnam, have come to India. And, after attending the ASEAN summit, they will be the chief guests at the Republic Day parade tomorrow.

  • Indo-Pak NSAs met in Thailand: Pak official

    Islamabad : National security advisors of India and Pakistan held a “secret” meeting in Thailand where the tone and tenor of India’s NSA Ajit Doval was “friendly and positive”, a senior Pakistani official said on Monday, reports PTI.

  • Thai freezes ousted PM’s Yingluck Shinawatra bank accounts

    Bangkok : Thai authorities have frozen seven bank accounts belonging to ex-premier Yingluck Shinawatra over a USD 1 billion fine she faces for her administration’s controversial rice subsidy scheme, her lawyer said on Tuesday.

  • Army general among Thais convicted of human trafficking

    Bangkok: A Thai army general was one of dozens of people convicted in a major human trafficking trial that included 103 defendants accused of involvement in a modern-day slavery trade. Lt Gen Manas Kongpaen was convicted of several offenses Wednesday involving trafficking and taking bribes in the case involving migrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh. He was sentenced to 27 years in prison. He had held a position with responsibility for keeping out and expelling

  • India-Thailand begin exercise in Himachal

    Shimla : A 14-day joint military training excerise between India and Thailand started in Himachal Pradesh on Monday, a defence official said.

  • Indian killed in Bangkok

    Bangkok : An Indian man was killed and two others were injured after their car ran off a slippery road on a curve and struck a tree in Thailand’s Nong Hong district on Saturday.

  • Back-to-back blasts in Thailand mall injure 58

    Bangkok : At least 58 people were injured on Tuesday in two successive explosions at a shopping mall in southern Thailand’s Pattani province, officials said.

  • Bangkok’s street food riding into sunset

    Bangkok: Authorities in Thailand’s capital are banishing its world-famous street-food vendors as part of a clean-up drive by the military government, outraging foodies and threatening the livelihoods of the road-side cooks.

  • India registers 81% increase in death penalty in 2016: Amnesty

    New Delhi: India registered an increase of 81 per cent in death sentences imposed in 2016 compared to 2015, a study released by Amnesty International has said. As per the global report on death sentences and executions, India awarded as many as 136 death sentences in 2016 as compared to 75 death sentences in 2015 and the crimes for which capital punishment was awarded mainly included murders. The figure almost doubled in

  • Indore: 11th International Conference at PIMR

    Indore: Delegates from Thailand, Argentina, Nigeria and Ethiopia will participate in the 11th International Conference, organised by Prestige Institute of Management and Research (PIMR) in its campus on February 4 and 5.