The Bangkok Metropolitan Authority (BMA) has banned senatorial candidates in the capital from attaching their introduction posters to trees and electricity poles using glue or nails, its deputy clerk Rattapon Meetanatavorn said on Monday.
Washington takes a keen interest in Thai protest
While the US government and Congress welcomed the peaceful resolution of the long Thai political conflict, they raised questions about how this civil disobedience campaign would strengthen or weaken Thai democracy in the long haul.
EC 'absolves' PM over funds promise
Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra did not break the election law by promising to allocate SML funds to a village during his rally in Khon Kaen's Ban Pai district, the Election Commission sub-committee ruled yesterday, a source revealed.
Deja vu as students check scores today
Tomorrow ends more than a week of suspense for tens of thousands of students awaiting their O-net and A-net scores, which were released earlier but then voided because of complaints of mistakes.
Thais enjoy home sand advantage
[BEACH VOLLEYBALL] Fired-up Kamolthip Kulna and Jarunee Sannok stormed into the fourth round of the Phatthalung Loma Asian Beach Volleyball Invitation at Lumpum Beach yesterday.