The Central Administrative Court Monday refused to to take up a complaint filed by former national police chief Kowit Wattana, who claimed that Prime Minister Surayud Chulanont's order to remove him from the post was unlawful.
Some Bangkok schools were reopened Monday morning, resulting to thick traffic jams on main roads. The traffic was packed especially the parts in front of famous private schools in Sathorn area, which saw a line of cars as far as the Taksin Bridge.
New York - Mayors from more than 40 of the world's largest and most polluted cities are to open a summit here Monday in the hope to agree on ways to tackle climate change and promote the use of clean energy.
The misery of male slavery
Amid despair at the trafficking of women and children, men too are being treated as less than sub-human
Apirak goes to NY for meeting to lower CO2
Bangkok Governor Apirak Kosayodhin does not want to feel left out when he meets fellow leaders of 40 major cities in New York today for a showcase of their carbon-reduction efforts.
Thai hopes of World Championship spot squashed
[VOLLEYBALL] Thailand's slim hopes of finishing in the top three of the 6th Asian Youth Girls' Volleyball Championship evaporated after it went down in a five-set thriller to China late on Saturday at the Chakangrao Gymnasium here.