Thai man whose penis was bitten by 10-foot long python in toilet recovering

Thai man whose penis was bitten by 10-foot long python in toilet recovering

A Thai man who fought off a three-metre (10-foot) python that bit his penis while he was squatting on the toilet is recovering, hospital staff said Saturday.

India, Thailand, Myanmar to be connected with a 1400-km road

India, Thailand, Myanmar to be connected with a 1400-km road

India, Thailand and Myanmar are working on a 1,400-kilometre long highway that will link India with Southeast Asia by land for the first time in decades, giving a boost to trade and cultural exchanges between the three countries.

Ayutthaya: Once a diplomatic hub in the Siamese kingdom, now a Thailand heritage site

Ayutthaya: Once a diplomatic hub in the Siamese kingdom, now a Thailand heritage site

Founded in 1350, Ayutthaya was the second capital of the Siamese kingdom.

Thailand dormitory fire kills 17 schoolgirls

The fire broke out at the boarding-house of Pithakkiart Witthaya School in Wiengpapao district at 11 pm on  Sunday.

17 girls dead in fire at school dormitory in Thailand

At least 17 girls died in the night after a fire swept through a school dormitory in northern Thailand, officials said Monday, adding several others were either missing or injured.

This is why tourists won't be allowed in Thailand's Koh Tachai island!

This is why tourists won't be allowed in Thailand's Koh Tachai island!

Almost all marine national parks are closed from mid-May to mid-October, for monsoon season, but Tachai island will remain closed indifenitely

Thailand bomb suspect breaks down, tells media, "I''m not an animal"

One of two ethnic Uighur Muslims from China accused of involvement in a deadly bombing at a Bangkok shrine last year broke down in front of cameras on Tuesday as he made his way into court.

Thailand's oxen soothsayers predict enough rainfall, prosperous economy

Thailand`s annual ploughing ceremony on Monday forecast average rainfall, growth in foreign trade and abundant rice as the country struggles with drought and a shaky economy.

Amazing! School of fish drinks milk from bottle like human babies – Watch

Amazing! School of fish drinks milk from bottle like human babies – Watch

You may have seen fishes eating worms or pieces of bread or cookies a lot of times. But, have you seen them drinking milk from a bottle?

Thailand faces longest heatwave in 65 years

 Thai authorities have urged the public to stay indoors and drink more water to cope with the hot weather as the country is facing its longest heatwave after 65 years.

Five things to do in Pattaya

Five things to do in Pattaya

In this article, we will take you through 5 things you can do when in the flamboyant city of Pattaya.

Former Thai PM Banharn Silpa-archa dies at 83

Veteran Thai politician and former premier Banharn Silpa-archa died Saturday at the age of 83, a Bangkok hospital said.

China to release more water to alleviate Southeast Asia drought

China will release more water from a dam in its southwestern province of Yunnan to help alleviate a drought in parts of Southeast Asia, China`s Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday, following an initial release begun last month.

Thailand steps up security after Uighurs ''linked to terror'' visit

Thai police have stepped up security after two ethnic Uighur men from China linked to "foreign terror groups" visited a holiday island, a senior officer said on Saturday.

Arrest warrants issued for Indian national in Thailand

The Criminal Court approved warrants for Manoj Kumar Daga, 38, and Tandin Wangchuck, 31, of Bhutan.

Rights groups condemn junta police powers for Thai soldiers

An order by Thailand's junta giving sweeping police powers to soldiers is part of the "steady erosion of human rights protections", campaigners said today, calling for the law to be rescinded.

One dead, dozens wounded in wave of bombs in south Thailand

Several bombs have gone of in Thailand`s insurgency-plagued south killing one person and wounding dozens in a new wave of violence, the military said on Thursday.

Ousted party urges Thais to reject junta's constitution

The political party toppled in Thailand's 2014 coup urged voters Wednesday to reject the military's proposed new constitution, describing it as an undemocratic document that would further entrench army rule.

Ousted party urges Thais to reject junta`s constitution

The political party toppled in Thailand`s 2014 coup urged voters Wednesday to reject the military`s proposed new constitution, describing it as an undemocratic document that would further entrench army rule.

Thailand unveils latest charter perpetuating Army`s power

A panel appointed by Thailand`s military junta on Tuesday unveiled a draft constitution touted as a solution to the kingdom`s decade-long political crisis, but derided by critics as undemocratic and divisive.