Suchon Chaleekrua, a member of the National Reform Steering Assembly, affirmed on Wednesday he is not representing former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra or the Pheu Thai Party on the NRSA, and is serving in a purely personal capacity.
The government is defending its labour record after a global labour union with 50 million members filed a complaint against Thailand at the International Labour Organization in Geneva.
Madonna has added a second show in Bangkok for her Rebel Heart world tour after the first concert sold out in under an hour, organisers said Wednesday.
Haze generated by smoke from Indonesian forest fires eased in Thailand?s southernmost provinces Wednesday even as it worsened in Phuket, the Pollution Control Department said.
The Taliban?s takeover of the northern Afghan city of Kunduz gives the 'insurgency' control over a crucial corridor, and potential to further its reach. (c)2015. All rights reserved by New York Times.
Commercial plantation continues eating away watershed forests in northern Thailand. Villagers in Nan province are working with authorities to create a sustainable forest plantation model by applying His Majesty the King's conservation concept. (Video by Jetjaras Na Ranong)
Hong Kong: China's yuan overtook Japan's yen to become the fourth most-used currency for global payments, shrugging off a surprise devaluation to rise to its highest ranking ever and boosting its claim for reserve status.
China's current national holiday, dubbed Golden Week, has pushed up the number of leisure travellers from Greater China to Thailand by 30% from the same period last year.
Competition among convenience store chains is heating up as Japan's Lawson says it will add more than 100 Lawson 108 outlets next year.
Plunging exports and inactive tourism after the August bombing in Bangkok have prompted business leaders to cut their economic growth projection again to 2.5-3% this year.