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BEIJING: More than 100 people are feared buried by a landslide that unleashed huge rocks and a mass of earth that crashed into their homes in southwestern China early Saturday, a county government said.
Over-the-top (OTT) platform providers that fail to register their services within the 30-day deadline set this week by the national broadcasting regulator will have no right to do business in Thailand, says Col Natee Sukolrat, vice-chairman of the agency.
SAN FRANCISCO: Google plans to abandon its long-standing practice of scanning user email in its Gmail service to serve targeted advertising.
A new railway development project that will connect marine attractions in the Gulf of Thailand to the Andaman Sea was set out in a public hearing on Friday to gauge opinion.
Seven people have been apprehended and dozens of vehicles confiscated in a crackdown on a criminal gang which stole cars and forged documents, employing a micro-lending scheme as a front for its operations, police say.
Democrat leader Abhisit Vejjajiva says he is willing to meet Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam to explain his party's experience with the controversial primary voting system, slated for introduction by the National Legislative Assembly (NLA).
Thailand ranks among the top 10 countries in Asia-Pacific for the number of malware attacks because of high rates of software piracy and internet use, Microsoft says.
US aerospace giant Boeing is keen on investing in making aircraft parts and setting up a training centre in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) area.
The committee managing the financial rehabilitation at the Klongchan Credit Union Cooperative (KCUC) admitted yesterday it would not be able to complete the payment of debts to KCUC members affected by the multi-million-baht embezzlement scandal by year-end as previously promised.
Reflecting the success of recent drug raids, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) expects to have a new storehouse for seized narcotics within three months as Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has urged all Thais to help the government stamp out drug trafficking.