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Thailand protesters warn of military coup

Thailand protesters warn of military coup

The potential for violence was illustrated after their last rally on Wednesday, when two men were reportedly shot and critically wounded

SITMEX 2020: India, Singapore, Thailand naval exercise begins in Andaman Sea

SITMEX 2020: India, Singapore, Thailand naval exercise begins in Andaman Sea

New Delhi: A trilateral naval exercise involving India, Singapore and Thailand commenced in the Andaman Sea on Saturday.The two-day long ...Read More

Once again, violence hits Thai streets

Once again, violence hits Thai streets

The protesters, enraged at what they regard as disproportionate use of force against them by police who employed chemical-laced water can...Read More

It’s royalists vs protesters in Thailand

It’s royalists vs protesters in Thailand

Many of the demonstrators Tuesday in Lumphini Park were in their 50s or 60s, or older. The pro-democracy protesters include many universi...Read More

Still no calm in Thailand

Still no calm in Thailand

Tensions remain high between government and protesters

‘Let’s cool down’: No more emergency in Thailand

‘Let’s cool down’: No more emergency in Thailand

The revocation of the emergency decree was published in the government gazette, and took effect at noon Thursday.

Thailand to censor growing protests

Thailand to censor growing protests

The efforts by Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha's government to drain the student-led protests of support and the ability to organise com...Read More

In pictures: Anti govt protests break out in various parts of world; thousands hit streets in Chile, Pakistan and Thailand

In pictures: Anti govt protests break out in various parts of world; thousands hit streets in Chile, Pakistan and Thailand

As the world is battling with the onslaught of COVID-19, at least three countries in the world are going through major political upheaval...Read More

Thailand braces for 4th straight day of protests

Thailand braces for 4th straight day of protests

The protesters are calling for Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha to leave office, the constitution to be amended to make it more democrati...Read More

Stubborn Thailand protesters refuse to give up, so does PM

Stubborn Thailand protesters refuse to give up, so does PM

More than 1,000 protesters gathered in torrential monsoon rains to push their core demands, including that Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-oc...Read More

Thailand declares state of emergency

Thailand declares state of emergency

Despite a new ban against large public gatherings, several thousand people answered calls to rally again in another area of the city late...Read More

Once again, unrest knocks Thai streets

Once again, unrest knocks Thai streets

Before leaving Democracy Monument, several small clashes broke out between protesters and their opponents, who traded punches and threw p...Read More

Thai PM dismisses possibility of Pheu Thai Party as new partner of coalition govt

Thai PM dismisses possibility of Pheu Thai Party as new partner of coalition govt

Thailand's Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on Monday dismissed the possibility of the opposition Pheu Thai Party joining his coalition g...Read More

Indians, Thais most confident to travel in post-pandemic world: Survey

Indians, Thais most confident to travel in post-pandemic world: Survey

The survey also reveals that Asian countries like India, Thailand, China, Indonesia, and Singapore are more eager than their Western coun...Read More

Thai mom makes superhero face shields to protect children from coronavirus

Thai mom makes superhero face shields to protect children from coronavirus

As Thailand deals with the coronavirus pandemic, a single mother has resorted to making a business out of face shields and masks with cha...Read More

Thailand PM Prayut Chan-o-cha leads National Committee to promote 5G development

Thailand PM Prayut Chan-o-cha leads National Committee to promote 5G development

Bangkok, Thailand, May 24, 2020: A 26-member National 5G Committee has been formed with Thailand Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha as chai...Read More

How can one go to Thailand while sitting in Mumbai during lockdown

How can one go to Thailand while sitting in Mumbai during lockdown

As we remain in our houses amidst the lockdown, the mind sure still wanders to places most coveted. Although the travel industry has come...Read More

India, Thailand and Germany threaten jail time for April Fool’s Day jokes on coronavirus

India, Thailand and Germany threaten jail time for April Fool’s Day jokes on coronavirus

April Fool's Day is celebrated on the first of the month, but this year it’s different. In order to tackle rumours on coronavirus, India,...Read More

Dance like nobody's watching: Thailand's women cricket team's impromptu jig  in rain wins social media

Dance like nobody's watching: Thailand's women cricket team's impromptu jig in rain wins social media

Five players of the Thailand team were dancing to the tunes of Venga Boys' famous track 'We like to Party'.

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