Thai-language newspapers – November 10, 2004

Matichon - November 10, 2004

* The cabinet meeting on November 9 at Muang Thong Thani is transparent. The secretary of the cabinet, Mr. Bavornsak Suwanno, said the government is insisting on an open meeting and it is the only one in the world to let people and media participate in listening in.

* The National Buddhist Office cooperates with the Consumer Protection Office and Public Relation Department to slow down the advertisement of [the Christian booklet] “Power for Living.” They worry it will be fashionable to use money to buy faith. Past articles on Thai Christians on TV.

Thairath - November 10, 2004

* The 23 police from two police stations in Ayuthaya Province used electric shock on Mr. Anuwat‘s penis. The officers were transferred. Mr. Anuwat is a rescue volunteer of Ayuthayaruamjai Foundation. He was arrested and accused of snatching a golden necklace. The police manhandled him and forced him to confess by using electric shock. A team of investigators will be set up to find the truth because Mr. Anuwat's wound became infected and he is still in the hospital.

* The Senate meeting on November 9 passed a law that women can use their maiden name after they get married.

* A 21-year-old recently graduated engineering student of Technology Prajomklao Thonburi University got a little bit drunk. He volunteered to climb up a building for female friend who forget her key. The building has a ledge with a width of only five inches and he fell. His head, leg and arm are broken and died.

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