"Anti-government demonstrators in Thailand say they will stay on the streets of Bangkok indefinitely to continue their push for new elections. Their numbers have dwindled after four days of rallies - of more than 100,000 who started the protest, police said about 40,000 remained. Protest leaders have promised nightly entertainment shows, and further rallies in the days to come. Both the government and the protesters have kept the rallies peaceful. On Tuesday and Wednesday, protesters performed ritual blood-throwing events at Government House, the headquarters of the ruling Democrat Party, and the home of Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejajjiva. "