NACC may sue Ms Yingluck by itself on the rice pledging scheme
The National Anti-Corruption Commission will have to decide on November 7 whether it will take the case of negligence of duty against former prime minister Yingluck Shinawatra to the court directly instead of through the public prosecution.
29 land and sea plots are to be auctioned for oil exploration
The National Energy Policy Committee today agreed to put on  auction 29 land and sea plots for petroleum exploration and production.
Urbanisation turns villages into âslums’
Many wards and villages in suburban and developing urban areas required renovation, Deputy Minister of Construction Phan Thi My Linh said at a conference in Ha Noi yesterday.
Chulalongkorn Day remembrance
Prime Minister Gen Prayut Chan-ocha today led his cabinet ministers to lay wreaths and  pay homage to the statute of King Rama V or King Chulalongkorn in front of the Parliament to remember the great king who had brought several reforms to the country during his reign.
Grenade hurled at a police booth from speeding train
A hand grenade was lobbed into railway crossing police booth from a suspected militant riding on a train in Rueso district of Narathiwat today.