MotoGP signed a three-year deal to host a race in Indonesia in 2019, with the inaugural event at the purpose-built street track on the island of Lombok which is still currently under construction, initially due to be held this year.
Thai prime minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said that the country doesn't want 'mass migration' but that it is preparing for an influx of people
In geopolitical struggle over Myanmar, China has an edge over US, other nations seeking to shape events
The Chinese government, according to experts, sees the coup as “a moment of opportunity” to undercut the inroads the United States and other Asian nations made during Myanmar’s halting democratic opening
Thailand Open Super 1000: Satwiksairaj Rankireddy, Chirag Shetty crash out with straight games defeat in men's doubles semis
The Indian pair had participated in Super 1000 events in 2018 ad 2019 but this is the first time it entered the semifinals.
The Bangkok Criminal Court found the former civil servant guilty on 29 counts of violating the country's lese majeste law for posting audio clips to Facebook and YouTube with comments deemed critical of the monarchy, Thai Lawyers for Human Rights said
Indian badminton contingent clears COVID-19 test, set to start training for upcoming events in Thailand
The players will also now have access to physio in their rooms but they will have to take prior appointment as part of the protocols in place.
In a series of tweets, Olympic bronze-medallist Saina expressed her displeasure at the restrictions imposed by BWF as part of its COVID-19 protocols for the bio-security bubble.
China's pull-out blows a big hole in the draw for the three world tour events from 12 January in Bangkok, the first in Asia since COVID-19 shut down the sport in March.
India also has the most number of people who use personal connections to get access to public services, according to a new report by the corruption watchdog
Thai police fires water cannon, tear gas at pro-democracy rally day before parliament votes on constitutional amendments
Eighteen were injured in clashes as protesters inched closer to parliament in the latest round of demonstrations seeking reform of the Thai constitution, the monarchy, and that the prime minister resign
Her Future Forward Party was dissolved in February this year, a move that fuelled pro-democracy activists to demand that the government step down
Thousands of angry democracy activists marched on to the Government House on Wednesday, defying the emergency decree imposed last week, and demanded prime minister Prayuth Chan-ocha's resignation
Thailand protests: Police intensifies crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrations as thousands defy emergency decree
An order prohibiting public gatherings was imposed by authorities in Thailand after some demonstrators heckled a royal motorcade
The demonstrators have called for Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha’s resignation and the reform of the monarchical system in the country
Thai political history is littered with army coups that have nullified the results of national elections. The last coup, in 2014, was followed by the passage of an army-drafted Constitution that has eroded democratic institutions further. The Senate, for instance, is now entirely appointed.
18 killed, 40 injured in Thailand after train collides with bus travelling from Samut Prakan province to Chachoengsao temple
Such deadly accidents are common in Thailand, which regularly tops lists of the world's most lethal roads, with speeding, drunk driving, and weak law enforcement all contributing factors
From 'home of Yo Semites to Lord of the Thighs', best Twitter reactions to Donald Trump's ‘Thighland’ gaffe
The error, coming just days after Trump mispronounced Yosemite National Park's name as “Yo Semites”, resulted in much mockery and mirth on social media.
Several youth-led demonstrations have sprung up across Thailand since last week, when thousands of activists defied a coronavirus ban on gatherings and staged one of the largest street rallies since a 2014 military coup
SC asks Centre if individual orders cancelling visas were served to foreign attendees of Tablighi Jamaat meet; matter posted for 2 July
Thirty-four foreigners from 15 countries, who had attended the Tablighi Jamaat meet in March, approached the Supreme Court claiming they were not issued individual orders regarding blacklisting and FIRs
China delayed sending crucial data on coronavirus to WHO, recordings of health body’s internal meetings reveal; points to WHO’s limited authority
China sat on releasing the genetic map of the coronavirus for more than a week after three different government labs had fully decoded the information. Tight controls on information and competition within the Chinese public health system were to blame, according to dozens of interviews and internal documents