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Computer glitch opens BTS doors

12 Mar 2013 : Bangkok Mass Transit System Plc, the operator of BTS skytrain, said that the control room lost contact with a train, which then opened its doors too soon while approaching Siam Station on Tuesday morning.


Thailand hurries to list cultural icons

12 Mar 2013 : The Ministry of Culture says it is speeding up efforts to make Thailand party to Unesco's list of intangible cultural heritage, and seeks support from the public for planned legislation.


Authorities close watch on BRN anniversary

12 Mar 2013 : Officials are keeping a close watch on business areas in the far South as the Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) turns 53 on Wednesday.


Rental apartment business at risk

12 Mar 2013 : The apartment business is at risk as growing numbers of Thais move away from renting and instead want to buy condominium units, according a new study released Tuesday by TMB Analytics.


B74bn more for crop pledging scheme

12 Mar 2013 : The cabinet meeting has given the Ministry of Finance approval to guarantee 74.17 billion baht in loans for the Bank for Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) to fund the government's price pledging schemes, government spokesman Thosaporn Serirak said on Tuesday.


Seven Wonders of... toilets?

12 Mar 2013 : The Airports of Thailand Pcl (AOT) announced plans Tuesday for a grandiose upgrade of Suvarnabhumi Airport's restroom facilities, to meet and surpass international standards.


Sunisa new govt deputy spokeswoman

12 Mar 2013 : The cabinet on Tuesday approved the appointment of Sunisa Lertpakawat of the Pheu Thai Party aa government deputy spokeswoman, as proposed by the Prime Minister's Office Secretariat, government spokesman Tossaporn Serirak said.


Highway cop's attitude draws criticism

12 Mar 2013 : A video clip of a Royal Highways Police officer bragging about his authority, being circulated online, has met with strong criticism from netizens, according to reports.


Lawyer blames SMRT for accident

12 Mar 2013 : The lawyer for a Thai double-amputee who lost both of her legs after she was hit by a train in Singapore has blamed a lack of safety precautions at a Singapore Mass Rapid Transit (SMRT) station for the accident.


Abhisit warns against B2 trillion loan bill

12 Mar 2013 : The government should rethink its plan for legislation allowing it to acquire 2.2 trillion baht in loans for infrastructure projects, and instead finance the work through its annual expenditure budget, opposition leader Abhisit Vejjajiva said on Tuesday.


Business agrees with AEC debut delay

12 Mar 2013 : Nearly all manufacturers agree with the decision to delay the launch of the Asean Economic Community (AEC) by nearly a year, from Jan 1 2015 to Dec 1, according to a survey by the University of the Thai Chamber of Commerce.


5yo in hospital after school fight

12 Mar 2013 : A five-year-old kindergartener was seriously injured in a fight with a first-grader at his school in Muang district of Suphan Buri province, a report said on Tuesday.


Opposition won't join amnesty talks

12 Mar 2013 : The opposition whips on Tuesday agreed their parties would not take part in any amnesty talks if they are again invited to participate by Deputy House Speaker Charoen Chankomol, Democrat MP Jurin Laksanavisit said.


Emergency law in far South extended

12 Mar 2013 : The cabinet on Tuesday approved the extension of the emergency decree imposed in three southern border provinces for another three months, National Security Council chief Paradorn Pattanathabutr said.


Aide: Thaksin not rushing amnesty

12 Mar 2013 : Former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra did not order Pheu Thai to push for an amnesty law when he talked via Skype with the party's coordinating committee yesterday, his legal adviser and close aide Noppadon Pattama said on Tuesday.


Drug courier nabbed in N. Pathom

12 Mar 2013 : Police arrested a drug courier who was waiting to make a delivery to a customer on a roadside in Nakhon Pathom province early Tuesday.


Police: Sorry grandpa, wrong man

12 Mar 2013 : Police admit they made a blunder in obtaining an arrest warrant on burglary charges for a 79-year-old man who has trouble walking.


'Finland Declaration' ruling upheld

12 Mar 2013 : The Appeals Court on Tuesday upheld the Criminal Court's judgement acquitting Sondhi Limthongkul and 10 other defendants in a defamation case filed by the former Thai Rak Thai Party and former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra over a seminar on the "Finland Declaration".


Abbot, drunk youths in punch-up

12 Mar 2013 : A 57-year-old abbot was involved in a fistfight with a group of drunken youths at a gas station in Ubon Ratchathani province, a Thai Rath report said on Tuesday.


Convicted thief rapes disabled woman

12 Mar 2013 : A 19-year-old who was only recently released from prison has been arrested and charged with the vicious rape of a disabled woman and admitted that he also planned to throw her into a pond, Sa Kaeo police said on Tuesday.


Gold prices down 50 baht

12 Mar 2013 : The Gold Traders Association this morning announced the buying prices at 21,830.40 baht per baht-weight for gold ornaments and 22,150 baht per baht-weight for gold bar.


15 traditional meds to join national list

12 Mar 2013 : The Public Health Ministry intends to add 15 natural Thai medicines to the national medicine list over the next three years.


Lottery scammers handed 1,410 years

12 Mar 2013 : A Government Lottery Office (GLO) employee and a vendor have been sentenced to 1,410 years in prison each for swindling 33 people in a lottery pyramid scheme.


US science pact gets changes

12 Mar 2013 : The Science and Technology Ministry says it needs more time to prepare for a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on science and technology collaboration with the United States.



Pattaya high-speed link on track for 2018

12 Mar 2013 : The government is aiming to complete the country's first high-speed train between Bangkok and Pattaya by 2018.



Panel keeps pledge price unchanged

12 Mar 2013 : The national rice policy committee yesterday decided to leave the price of pledged price unchanged at 15,000 baht per tonne.


Cites boosts shark protection

12 Mar 2013 : Five shark species have been put on a protection list to prevent them from being wiped out due to high demand for their fins.



Chula rector seeks end to land row

12 Mar 2013 : The rector of Chulalongkorn University says he wants to settle a land row with Rajamangala University of Technology Tawan-ok's Uthenthawai campus.

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