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Talks with southern rebels `still on`: Thai junta

The junta has struggled to revive peace talks with the insurgents since its 2014 grab.

Thailand military court opens trial in Bangkok shrine blast

The two men have pleaded not guilty, and at a recent pre-trial appearance they broke down in tears alleging mistreatment by Thai authorities.

Shocking! China leads, India among top big nations that harbour billion dollar prostitution industry

Shocking! China leads, India among top big nations that harbour billion dollar prostitution industry

Prostitution is the business or practice of engaging in sexual relations in exchange for payment or some other benefits. Prostitution is sometimes described as commercial sex or hooking. Depending on the jurisdiction, prostitution can be called as legal or illegal.

Thai police say blasts are `local sabotage`, rule out terrorism

Thai police say blasts are `local sabotage`, rule out terrorism

Thai police said Friday a series of bombings that have killed four people and rattled tourist destinations in the south were acts of local sabotage and not "terrorist" in nature.

Thailand, seeking stability, approves military constitution

Thailand, seeking stability, approves military constitution

Thais handed the junta of Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha a convincing win in the referendum on Sunday, with preliminary results showing over 61 percent voted in favour. 

Flight 370: With search suspended, a cold-case file awaits

For two years and more, it has been a lost ship, a metal container carrying 239 souls that simply disappeared one late Asian night never to be seen again. And now, the search for the remains of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 likely will become a thing of memory, too.

Suspected Singapore bank robber to be ''sent abroad'' - Thai police

A Canadian suspected of robbing a Singapore bank of S$30,000 ($22,250).

Myanmar to deport Spanish tourist for Buddha tattoo: Police

A Spanish tourist faces deportation from Myanmar over a Buddha leg tattoo that offended monks, police said Monday, in a country where the influence of religious hardliners is growing.

Thailand journalist charged under draconian charter law

A Thai journalist and four activists were charged on Monday under a draconian law banning criticism of the junta's new constitution which will be voted on in a referendum next month.

Car bomb explodes at checkpoint in rebellious Thai south, two officers injured

A car bomb exploded at a major checkpoint in Thailand's insurgency-torn south on Tuesday wounding two officers, police said, the latest in a spate of attacks across the Muslim-majority region.

Gold bars recovered from a woman passenger at Kolkata airport

Gold bars recovered from a woman passenger at Kolkata airport

Gold bars weighing 2.1 kg were seized from a woman passenger after she arrived at the NSC Bose international airport here from Bangkok on Saturday.

Cash is not always king: FIFA chief Gianni Infantino hails Leicester `fairytale`

Cash is not always king: FIFA chief Gianni Infantino hails Leicester `fairytale`

He said the Foxes` improbable table-topping feats proves cash is not always king.

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.

PM Modi meets his 'wax' figure, compares artists with Lord Brahma

PM Modi meets his 'wax' figure, compares artists with Lord Brahma

In what could be a proud moment for every Indian, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday joined the prominent world leaders at the Madame Tussauds as his new wax figures took up residence at four Madame Tussauds attractions in London, Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok.

See pic: This is how Bangkok looks from ISS!

See pic: This is how Bangkok looks from ISS!

All thanks to NASA astronaut Tim Kopra who is currently aboard the International Space Station (ISS) that we get to witness many beautiful images of our planet taken from ISS.

Arrest warrants issued for Indian national in Thailand

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

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.

No coordination in government on Pakistan probe team visit: Congress

Congress on Friday alleged lack of coordination in the government ahead of the visit of a joint investigation team from Pakistan to probe the terror attack in Pathankot airbase.

Bomb scare on Air India Delhi-Bangkok flight, all 231 passengers safely evacuated

Bomb scare on Air India Delhi-Bangkok flight, all 231 passengers safely evacuated

Passengers on board Air India Delhi-Bangkok flight 332 were evacuated on Wednesday after a bomb scare.

PM Narendra Modi all set to get waxed at Madame Tussauds – Watch preparations here

PM Narendra Modi all set to get waxed at Madame Tussauds – Watch preparations here

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will join the ranks of prominent global leaders at Madame Tussauds in London, Singapore, Hong Kong and Bangkok in April.