Artikel tagged “Bangkok”

  • Man arrested for alleged attempted rape of nine year old girl

    Man arrested for alleged attempted rape of nine year old girl

    by Kornkamon Aksorndech and Supachai Phetchthewee Police have arrested a motorcycle taxi driver for allegedly luring a nine year old girl into a Bangkok temple toilet yesterday in an attempt to rape her.

  • Image c2dd092e562238e36ee6b63e899e9430.jpeg

    MP numbers being shuffled around in lead up to Thai election

    Some of Thailand’s key political parties are set to see a significant reduction in MPs after new regulations were issued reducing the number of constituency candidates. For instance, Pheu Thai Party’s strongholds – the North and the Northeast – will lose 13 seats in Parliament, while the Democrat Party could lose six MPs, as the number of seats in the South and Bangkok has been reduced by three each. Political analyst Stithorn Thananithichot said no parties were gaining an upper hand at this stage, adding that the impact of gerrymandering would only surface once the exact electoral boundaries are drawn

  • Railway traveller intercepted by police in Hua Hin, allegedly delivering drugs

    Railway traveller intercepted by police in Hua Hin, allegedly delivering drugs

    FILE PHOTO A man from Nakhon Si Thammarat was arrested last night (Friday) at the Hua Hin railway station aboard a train heading for the southern border town of Sungai Golok.

  • BREAKING: NCPO relaxes ban on political activities

    BREAKING: NCPO relaxes ban on political activities

    The NCPO has announced that it will relax the political bans, restrictions and activities that had been issued since it took over the power four back in May 2014.

  • Image 91c9e83c18684110441c79b1495e37c2.jpeg

    Crane topples in Bangkok soi injuring three

    Police say that three people were injured this morning after a crane pulled down power wires, causing seven poles to topple in Soi Saldaeng 2 in the Bang Rak district in Bangkok.

  • Thammasat University cheerleader billboards send mixed messages

    Thammasat University cheerleader billboards send mixed messages

    PHOTO: amarin tv hd Billboards adorning the boundaries of the Thammasat University are causing uproar in academic circles and social media. The billboards depict 15 former university cheer leaders – just head and shoulder shots – promoting to students to apply for cheerleader positions for the next academic year

  • Image the-9th-floor-men-september-appetiser-1.jpg

    The 9th Floor in September specials

    The ‘Angels’ at Patong’s famed The 9th Floor restaurant are singing to the heavens about the new September seafood menu. Gourmet lovers can now savour a five-course chef’s menu paired with premium wines from France, Germany, Italy and Australia in portions compatible with the dishes and the most discerning gourmet’s palate. In September turbot, hailed as the monarch of Dutch fish, is being imported directly from the cold North Atlantic seas off Holland

  • Six Bangkok police transferred in alleged extortion attempt

    Six Bangkok police transferred in alleged extortion attempt

    by Jessada Chantharak Six Bangkok policemen have been transferred to inactive posts and are the subject of a fact-finding probe into allegations that they raided the home of a 49 year old food vendor and allegedly imposed a bogus 50,000 baht charge in exchange for his ‘freedom’ on the evening of August 10. Somtam spicy salad vendor Sakchai Naen-udon had on August 13 initially filed a report, but not an official complaint, about the incident with the police

  • Image S__28754221-1024x768.jpg

    Female arrested for theft, including lottery tickets and tablets

    Police have arrested a female who has stolen money, lottery tickets, a gold necklace and electronic tablets over the past few months. A team of the Phuket City Police arrested the 20 year old Lattiyakorn Sangdam from Songkhla at a housing estate in Wichit

  • Image Screen-Shot-2018-09-09-at-09.17.02.jpg

    Royal Gala Dinner ‘like a big family reunion’

    PHOTO/VIDEOS: Thai PBS Thai PBS spoke to a number of the attendees at last Thursday night’s Royal Gala Dinner to commemorate and thank international and Thai volunteers who contributed to the amazing rescue of the 13 young football players from the Tham Luang caves in Mae Sai, Chiang Rai early July. Nothing would overwhelm Maj Hodges from the United States more than the sight of the “Mu Pa” boys walking into the reception ‘looking great and happy’.