The region is heavily controlled by the police and the military, with residents and rights groups accusing them of heavy-handed tactics.
In the deliberations between Modi and his Thai counterpart Prayut Chan-o-cha, the two sides agreed to enhance bilateral cooperation in the defence industries sector and resolved to boost trade ties.
The prime minister arrived in Bangkok on a three-day visit on Saturday to attend ASEAN-India, the East Asia and the RCEP summits.
Prime Minister Modi invited Indonesian President Jokowi to visit India at a mutually convenient time next year.
Addressing the Indian diaspora in Bangkok, Prime Minister Modi said his government was working to fulfill those aims that seemed impossible.
Modi will be visiting Bangkok at the invitation of Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, Secretary East Vijay Thakur Singh said at a media briefing.
Pir Noor-ul-Haq Qadri said a Buddha week would be celebrated in Pakistan and a book will also be published on the historical sites of Buddhism.
Thailand is the world's third-largest seafood exporter but its supplier status has been badly tainted in recent years by reports of slave labour and trafficking among the mainly migrant workforce.
The main attractions are the stunning and pristine beaches, dazzlingly nightlife, great food, direct flight connections with numerous Indian cities and most importantly its good value-for-money.
Tourism accounts for 18 per cent of Thailand's gross domestic product and Chinese holidaymakers make up more than a quarter of total arrivals.
Pragya Paliwal, who hails from Chhatarpur in Madhya Pradesh, was visiting Bangkok on an assignment for the company in which she was working.
The win gave him an insurmountable lead over closest rival Andrea Dovizioso, who was gracious despite another season in Marquez's shadow.
The IRCTC manager further said that VISA fee was not included in the package cost as the Thailand government has waived off the VISA fee till October 31.
Officials in the northeastern Khao Yai national park were alerted to elephants 'crying' for help at 3 am, the Thai Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation said in a statement.
Critics say Thailand's courts often work in favour of the rich and powerful, while delivering swift and harsh sentences on ordinary people for minor offences.