Thailand heads into controversial polls

UPDATED ON JAN 31, 2014 10:26 PM IST
Members of Thailand's "White Shirt" movement holding a placard and candles during a candlelight vigil to demand democratic elections and political reforms in Bangkok. (AP)
Thai office workers wait with a banner on the roadside to greet an anti-government protest leader during a march to encourage people not to take part in the upcoming election. (AP)
A pro-government supporter in Bangkok. Thailand goes to the polls on Sunday, but the usual pre-election buzz,is noticeable by its absence. (Reuters)

Members of Thailand's "White Shirt" movement holding a placard and candles during a candlelight vigil to demand democratic elections and political reforms in Bangkok. (AP)

Thai office workers wait with a banner on the roadside to greet an anti-government protest leader during a march to encourage people not to take part in the upcoming election. (AP)

A pro-government supporter in Bangkok. Thailand goes to the polls on Sunday, but the usual pre-election buzz,is noticeable by its absence. (Reuters)

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