The tragic double-decker coach crash on Wednesday night in Nakhon Ratchasima has been followed by an outpouring of grief for the 18 deceased victims, all whom were from Kalasinâs Muang district, including tour guide Sompit Sutthichum, her husband and her two nephews.
A MEDICAL specialist has brought home the human cost of the air-pollution problem plaguing Thailand, stating yesterday that the mortality rate increased by 0.3 per cent for every 10 micrograms of small dust particles measuring 10 microns (PM10) in the air.
PUBLIC PROSECUTORS have suggested that police collect evidence to file a civil suit against a high-profile construction tycoon for allegedly damaging the ecology and environment in Thung Yai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary, where he had allegedly been poaching.
AFTER GRAFFITI murals of slain black leopards seized the publicâs attention, satire has become the new subversive symbolism highlighting injustice linked to the wildlife poaching case involving construction tycoon Premchai Karnasuta.
At least 18 people were killed on Wednesday night when the driver of their double-decker coach lost control, drove across a road island and collided with an oncoming 18-wheeled lorry before slamming into roadside stalls in Nakhon Ratchasimaâs Wang Nam Khieo district.
PROSECUTORS have found a ânew angleâ they have claimed solidifies poaching allegations against Italian-Thai Develop-ment Plc president Premchai Karnasuta, while his wife was yesterday charged with possessing two pairs of African elephant tusks without a permit.
TEN animal-rights groups and other animal lovers will rally outside the head offices of the Department of Livestock Development (DLD) in Bangkok at 1pm today to object to DLD officialsâ âcold-heartedâ slaughter of dogs, Watchdog Thailand legal assistant and veterinarian Pattaranan Sajarom said yesterday.
His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn presided over the opening of an exhibition hosted by the US government on Tuesday at Queen Sirikit Textile Museum, which features nearly 80 gifts exchanged between the countryâs heads of state and delegations over the past two centuries of bilateral relations.