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  • Bryde's whale set free by drilling team in Gulf of Thailand
    SURAT THANI/SONGKHLA: Following an offshore drilling team's rescue of Boonrod the dog earlier this year, a drilling team working on another platform off the southern coast has saved a Bryde's whale.
    20 October 2019
  • Senate passes royal security decree
    An executive decree on the partial transfer of army units and budget to a royal security command unit sailed through the Senate on Sunday with no resistance.
    20 October 2019
  • Opposition scored higher in budget debate: poll
    The opposition was given 6.94 out of 10 points -- compared to the government's 5.11 -- in the debate on the 2020 budget bill in the House of Representatives on Oct 17-19, according to a survey by the Suan Dusit Rajabhat University, or Suan Dusit Poll.
    20 October 2019
  • Most not worried by China's complaint about Thanathorn: poll
    A majority of people are not worried by a statement issued by the Chinese embassy in Bangkok expressing concern over what it said was a show of tacit support by a Thai politician for protesters in Hong Kong, saying that Thailand and China have long enjoyed strong relations, according to the result of an opinion survey by the National Institute for Development Administration, or Nida Poll.
    20 October 2019
  • Leicester fans pay respects to former chairman Vichai
    Leicester City pay their respects to mark the first anniversary of a helicopter crash which claimed five lives including the club's chairman Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha before the match on Saturday.
    20 October 2019
  • Thailand turns to China for high-speed rail boost
    Europe, Japan and Russia often come to mind when people think of lengthy high-speed railways (HSR). However, since 2012, the title of the country with the longest high-speed rail goes to China for its Beijing-Guangzhou route.
    20 October 2019
  • Johnson defiant as MPs delay Brexit deal approval
    LONDON: A defiant Boris Johnson says he will not negotiate a delay to Brexit, after lawmakers voted on Saturday to withhold approval for his agreement to leave the European Union until formal ratification legislation has passed.
    19 October 2019
  • Budget bill passed in first reading
    The fiscal 2020 budget passed the first of three readings on Saturday in the House of Representatives, after three days of intense debate.
    19 October 2019
  • Buri Ram residents challenge pipe fee collection
    BURI RAM: Suspicious local residents are calling for an investigation after a contractor working on a government road extension project asked them to pay him directly to have drainage pipes installed.
    19 October 2019
  • Five allowed bail in Lunlabelle case
    A court has approved the detention of four partygoers and a house owner held in connection with model Lunlabelle's death and allowed them bail, but three of them could not produce sureties in time.
    19 October 2019