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Aug 16, 2017
Watch: Postal boating in Bangkok where mailmen still bring word by canalThe need for floating postmen has steadily diminished, with only seven post offices in Bangkok still carrying the service today.
Jul 25, 2017
Sikkim standoff: India should 'conscientiously withdraw' from Doka La, says Chinese foreign minister Wang YiChina's foreign minister Wang Yi has claimed that India "admitted" to entering Chinese territory and said the solution to the standoff was for its troops to "conscientiously withdraw" from the Doka La area in the Sikkim sector.
Jul 25, 2017
Thai police seize $21 million worth of assets belonging to founder of dark web marketplace AlphaBayAlphaBay was widely considered the biggest online black market for drugs, estimated to host daily transactions totaling hundreds of thousands of dollars.
Jul 21, 2017
Thailand: Yingluck Shinawatra's corruption trial in final stage, hundreds throng streets to show supportToppled Thai premier Yingluck Shinawatra was mobbed by well-wishers, many bearing red roses on Thursday, as she arrived for what could be the final hearing in a trial for criminal negligence
Jul 17, 2017
Nepal's flag carrier Nepal Airlines Corporation launches online ticketing servicesNepal Airlines Corporation (NAC), the Himalayan country's flag carrier, has launched online ticketing services.
Jul 14, 2017
Premier League: Leicester City's owner to be sued for alleged underpayment of taxesA Thai anti-corruption official on Friday said he is suing King Power, the duty free giant that owns Leicester City Football Club, for hundreds of millions of dollars over the alleged underpayment of taxes.
Jul 12, 2017
Cabinet approves Rs 1,630 crore upgrade of highway linking Manipur with MyanmarThe Union Cabinet on Wednesday approved upgradation of a 65-km-long National Highway in Manipur to boost the state's connectivity with south and southeast Asia via Myanmar.
Jul 01, 2017
Thailand govt backtracks on new labour law after thousands of migrant workers leaveThailand's military government said it will delay enforcing new labour regulations after thousands of migrant workers fled home to neighbouring countries
Jun 24, 2017
Thai activist arrested, sent for 'attitude adjustment' for commemorating 1932 anti-monarchy revolutionThai authorities on Saturday detained an activist attempting to mark the 1932 revolution that ended absolute monarchy
Jun 20, 2017
Thailand hospital bomber says he did it to defy army governmentSuspect arrested for the bombing of an army hospital in Bangkok says he carried out the attack to symbolize defiance against Thailand's ruling military junta