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Mon, April 10, 2006 : Last updated 15:22 pm (Thai local time)



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Thai govt urged to give more support to its students in Indo

A leading Indonesian scholar on Islam urged on Monday the Thai government to provide more moral and financial support to ThaiMuslim students studying in Indonesia and dismissed any notion that education in the archipelago state would radicalise their world view.



Less turn out of Thais overseas for April 2 election

Number of Thais overseas who cast the ballots for April 2 election have dropped by about 30 per cent, partly because they were not sure as to how the political situation in Thailand would evolved, Foreign Ministry's Consular Affairs Department Anucha Osathanond said on Monday.



Two bombs found at Democrat Party headquarter

Two bombs were discovered early Monday close to offices of Democrat party and they were set to explode at 10.50am. But police found them before they exploded, police said on Monday.





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Suthep sticks to story despite retraction
Democrat Party secretary-general Suthep Thaugsuban yesterday stood by his story of how certain Thai Rak Thai Party figures schemed to use smaller parties to get around electoral rules.






Thai govt urged to give more support to its students in Indo
A leading Indonesian scholar on Islam urged on Monday the Thai government to provide more moral and financial support to ThaiMuslim students studying in Indonesia and dismissed any notion that education in the archipelago state would radicalise their world view.















Telecoms take in regulator's proposals on foreign dominance
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Mixed turnout among advance voters
Hundreds of thousands of voters exercised their right to vote in advance over the weekend. During the two days of advance voting, many constituencies saw thousands of ballots cast while there was little activity in opposition-dominated areas.



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