A woman in an abusive relationship said she shot and killed her boyfriend in front of a monk because she couldn’t take any more of his violence. The 40 year old woman, Tharinya, shot her boyfriend, Supornchai, also 40, several times to the chest and stomach while he was offering food to a monk in front of his shop at Si Moom Mueng Market in Pathum Thani province, near … [Read more...] about Thai woman murders her abusive boyfriend in front of a monk
Malaysia has amended its Patent Act to ensure that its patent protection laws are in line with international standards. The amendments incorporate Malaysia’s commitments to various international treaties, such as the Budapest Treaty on the International Recognition of the Deposit of Microorganisms for the Purposes of Patent Procedure, the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement … [Read more...] about Malaysia Makes Amendments to its Patent Act: Key Highlights
PHUKET: Thailand’s leading think tank has proposed a “survival strategy” for the nation: an exit from the current economic and political distress by transforming the country into a “welfare state” that would help bridge wealth and income disparity. The Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI), led by its chairman, Dr Nipon Poapongsakorn, says the group’s research has … [Read more...] about OPINION: Is Phuket ready for welfarism?
The leader of the National United Front of Democracy Against Dictatorship, or Red Shirts, yesterday invited people to protest against Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on August 23, the day before he officially stands down as Thailand’s PM. The 68 year old prime minister is expected to resign on August 24 after two concurrent four year terms. In Section 158 of the Thai … [Read more...] about Red Shirts lead rally against Thailand PM on August 23