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Snails slither into spa scene in Thailand and around the world

That this latest addition to the global beauty and wellness craze, snail facials, in Thailand’s northern hills is only natural.

Anushka Ranjan

Thailand spell for Wedding Pulaav wraps up

An extensive shooting schedule for Wedding Pulaav was completed in Khao Lak, Krabi and Phuket regions of Thailand


Planning a beach holiday? Head to Hua Hin in Thailand

One of the most popular destinations for backpackers is Thailand nowadays since it’s pocket-friendly as well as a fun place.


Thai king Bhumibol Adulyadej calls off anniversary address on account of ill health

The king, who turned 87, has been hospitalized since early October


Thailand: Crown prince Vajiralongkorn strips wife’s family of royal name

The move came after at least 3 relatives of the prince’s wife were arrested as part of the corruption probe.


New Thai tourism strategy: ‘I Hate Thailand’

The video called “I Hate Thailand” drew more than 1 million views within days of being posted last week.


Protesters flash ‘Hunger Games’ sign at Thailand PM

The students, wearing T-shirts saying, “Don’t Want a Coup,” stood up with their backs to Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha.


Thai police bans book criticizing monarchy

The book by a former journalist with Thomson Reuters news agency was released last week by the British publishing house, Zed Books.


Thailand soaps trigger outcry over romanticizing rape

The recent real-life rape and murder of a girl on an overnight train in Thailand has focused national outrage on popular culture.

Pankhuri Mittal and Yash Aggarwal 	FILE

City industrialist’s daughter, son-in-law killed in boat capsize

The couple had gone to Thailand to celebrate birthday on October 5.


Shuttlers end 28-year wait, assure themselves of medal

India’s last medal in badminton had come in 1986 when the men’s team claimed bronze.


Explosions kill 4, wound 6 in southern Thailand

Police said an unknown number of suspected insurgents first opened fire today in front of the Makrud Municipality building.


Unprecedented number of royal slur cases post Thai coup: Amnesty

An unprecedented number of people have been charged with lese majeste offences since the coup, Amnesty said.


Thailand: Land of smiles and happiness

Blessed with a tropical climate, Thailand uniquely offers a graceful blend of antiquity with modernity.

Thailand Politics

Thai police offer reward for evidence on anti-coup protesters

Person who submits a photo or video which can be used as legal evidence to convict a protester will get a reward of USD 15 .