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Bangkokpost.com : Top Stories
Voice TV back on air after court grants injunction
Voice TV is back on air after the Central Administrative Court issued an injunction against the broadcasting regulator’s 15-day blackout order pending a trial.
Bentley bills Bentayga Speed as world’s fastest SUV
Super-luxurious 4x4 gains 635hp of 12-cylinder turbocharged power and aggressive chassis tuning.
Rapper has more to say as election nears
The rhymes came to Nutthapong Srimuong before dawn, when Bangkok is as still as it can be and the night jasmine overpowers the capital with its perfume.
Pheu Thai holds first Bangkok rally
Pheu Thai held its first rally in the capital on Friday, as campaigning heats up for the first election since the 2014 military coup.
Outcry at refusal to ban toxic chemicals
Consumer groups have vowed to ramp up their campaign to force the national committee on hazardous substances to ban three hazardous farm chemicals immediately, not in another two years.
Excise mulls tax break to spur EV production
The Excise Department is poised to waive the tax imposed on full electric vehicles (EVs) in a fresh move to encourage makers to start producing the cars.
Court drops anti-coup activists case
The military court on Friday dropped a lawsuit against eight anti-coup activists accused of violating the regime’s ban on political gatherings of more than five persons during a train trip to Rajabhakti Park in Prachuap Kirikhan in December 2015.
Abuse of junior students an incubator of hatred
The photos are shocking. The first shows young men in their underwear lying on the beach; in the second, one man is apparently licking ketchup from another’s chest. A third shows men lining up in two rows seemingly simulating sex.
Double standards with TRC ban bid
The twin hammers that pummelled Thai Raksa Chart Party (TRC) and Voice TV have left the Thaksin Shinawatra camp reeling. Could it be a fatal blow for the Pheu Thai-led coalition? That’s what many are waiting to see with bated breath.
Paraquat must be banned
The decision by the National Committee on Hazardous Substances not to ban paraquat over the next two years is shameful and shows a lack of responsibility. The committee on Thursday voted 16:5 in favour of continuing to allow the use of the chemical, which is prohibited in 53 countries due to its high toxicity. Five members abstained.
 
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Russians enjoy Indonesia’s coffee
RUSSIA is famous for its vodka and many other local varieties of alcohol, with its people regarded as among the highest consumers of alcohol in the world. When it comes to coffee, however, many Russians enjoy an Indonesian product – Torabika Cappuccino.
Camry Hybrid brings to mind Toyota’s Lexus
Performance of premium hybrid surprises, along with interior room and quality finishes
Halep and Mertens win through to Qatar final
Simona Halep won five games in a row in the deciding set of an astonishing match against Elina Svitolina in Doha on Friday to power through to the Qatar Open final.
Trump declares 'emergency' to build wall, Democrats cry foul
President Donald Trump, citing an "invasion" of drugs and criminals, declared a national emergency at the US-Mexico border on Friday to fund construction of his long-sought wall, a move slammed by Democrats as an unlawful "power grab."
Archaeologists discover Incan tomb in Peru
Lima - Peruvian archaeologists discovered an Incan tomb in the north of the country where an elite member of the pre-Columbian empire was buried, one of the investigators announced Friday.
Malaysian cops hunting suspect in violent Valentine's Day robbery
KUALA LUMPUR: A viral video of a robber who brutally beat up a 48-year-old woman inside an MRT station's lift in Cheras has sparked outrage.
Foreign student develops kimchi timer, receives KAIST degree
An industrial design student from Costa Rica who developed a kimchi timer during her time at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology is set to receive her master’s degree on Friday.
What does it take to be a Miss Universe?
NEW YORK — “It takes a village to make a beauty queen,” quips Catriona Elisa Magnayon Gray, Miss Universe 2018.
There’s treasure in Asean diversity
With Thailand in the lead role this year, the regional bloc seeks to profit from showing the world a unified tapestry of multiple cultures
 
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Bangkokpost.com : Most recent
Nigerian vote postponed hours before polls open
YOLA, Nigeria: Nigerians awoke on Saturday to find the presidential election delayed — just five hours before polls were scheduled to open — until Feb 23 because of what the electoral commission called unspecified “challenges”.
Uighur escapee caught, three more sought
MUKDAHAN: An escaped Uighur detainee was captured at a rubber plantation on Saturday while a hunt continued for the last three still at large out of seven who fled an immigration detention centre on Tuesday.
Ex-cardinal defrocked for sex offences
VATICAN CITY: Pope Francis has defrocked former US Cardinal Theodore McCarrick after Vatican officials found him guilty of soliciting for sex while hearing Confession and sexual crimes against minors and adults, the Holy See said Saturday.
Trump makes border 'emergency' official
WASHINGTON: Defiant in the wake of a stinging budget defeat, US President Donald Trump has formally declared a national emergency at the border with Mexico border, moving to secure more money for his long-promised wall by exercising a broad interpretation of his presidential powers that is certain to draw stiff legal challenges.
Voice TV back on air after court grants injunction
Voice TV is back on air after the Central Administrative Court issued an injunction against the broadcasting regulator’s 15-day blackout order pending a trial.
Bangkok Poll: Prayut top PM pick, Pheu Thai top party
More than half of voters remain undecided about their picks in the March 24 election, but among those who are, Gen Prayut Chan-o-cha is the top pick for prime minister and Pheu Thai the top party, according to Bangkok Poll.
Rapper has more to say as election nears
The rhymes came to Nutthapong Srimuong before dawn, when Bangkok is as still as it can be and the night jasmine overpowers the capital with its perfume.
Dozens of street racers, promoter arrested
Almost 80 motorcycle racers, both adults and teenagers, were arrested in Bangkok in the early hours of Saturday and the creator of a Facebook page promoting the race was also caught in a separate operation.
Pheu Thai holds first Bangkok rally
Pheu Thai held its first rally in the capital on Friday, as campaigning heats up for the first election since the 2014 military coup.
Gold prices up B50 to B19,550
The Gold Traders Association this morning announced the buying prices at 19,101.60 baht per baht-weight for gold ornaments, and 19,450 baht per baht-weight for gold bars.
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