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Laos locks down capital over virus outbreak tied to Thailand

Neighbouring Thailand is fighting its worst wave of the illness but has not imposed a national lockdown this year so far.

Thailand police use tear gas, rubber bullets to break up protest

The city's emergency medical service Erawan reported 33 people, including 13 police, were injured by rubber bullets, rocks and tear gas.

Lakshya Sen to face France’s Thomas Rouxel in second round

However, Lakshya overcame world number 18 in the second set quite easily to clinch the game in 49 minutes and sail into the second round.

Thailand PM Prayuth Chan-ocha gets AstraZeneca jab

Thailand last week was the first country outside Europe to temporarily suspend using the AstraZeneca vaccine.

Thailand delays AstraZeneca jabs over concerns

Yong Poovorawan, an advisor to Thailand's vaccination program, said the delay, pending an investigation into the cause of the reported side effect, will not have a big impact on the rollout.

Thai marchers link their democracy cause to Myanmar protests

In Myanmar on Sunday, a crackdown on protesters by security forces left at least 18 people dead, according to the U.N. Human Rights Office.

Thailand approves China’s Sinovac vaccine for emergency use

The authorisation for the Sinovac vaccine will be valid for one year, according to the FAD approval letter that Minister of Public Health Anutin Charnvirakul posted on his Facebook account.

Thailand’s pro-democracy protesters clash with police

The protest movement campaigned last year for Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha and his government to step down.

World Tour Finals: Sindhu finishes campaign with win over Pornpawee

In the first game, the Olympic silver medallist faced a tough fight from the local player as both the players sweat it out for each point, but it was Sindhu who had the upper hand in the game.

World Tour Finals: Sindhu, Srikanth lose opening matches

While Sindhu went down 21-19, 12-21, 17-21 in a Group B match that lasted almost an hour, Srikanth lost 21-15, 15-21, 18-21 in 77 minutes in Group B.

Carolina Marin, Viktor Axelson win singles titles at Thailand Open

In women's singles final, Marin defeated top seed Tai Tzu-Ying 21-19, 21-17 in a match that lasted 48 minutes

Momota tests Covid positive, Japan to miss Thailand Open

Momota has tested positive for the coronavirus, and the association has decided not to send any players, including Momota, to Thailand, said Japan

Thailand assures safest badminton tourney

China's pull-out blows a big hole in the draw for the three world tour events from January 12 in Bangkok, the first in Asia since Covid-19 shut down the sport in March

Smuggled orangutans flown back home to Indonesia

The group were flown to North Sumatra province on Friday, a day after arriving in Indonesia from a wildlife rescue centre in Malaysia that was caring for the creatures.

Lahiri shares tied 11th place at Bermuda Championship

Lahiri maintained his resurgence in form with a closing 67 which moved him up to 31st position in the latest rankings on Sunday while a final round 3-under 68, which included four birdies and a lone bogey at Port Royal Golf Course

Thai parliament meets to debate political protest tensions

The protesters have little confidence in the parliamentary path, declaring the government's efforts insincere.

Thai authorities seek to censor coverage of student protests

The monarchy has long been considered sacrosanct in Thailand, and is protected by a law that makes defaming senior royals punishable by a prison term of three to 15 years.

58% young females have faced online harassment, abuse: Survey

The survey polled 14,000 girls and young women aged 15 to 25 in 22 countries including Brazil, India, Nigeria, Spain, Thailand and the U.S

Yogi bends online to feed the hungry        

The Seva team relies on Microsoft's Bing to power searches behind the scenes at Sevasearch.org, or on mobile devices with its app.

Plane cafes take off in Thailand

Travel restrictions have nevertheless eviscerated the tourism-reliant economy, while Thais have founded themselves stuck due to quarantine requirements in other countries.

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