BANGKOK, 9 July 2013 –Over a hundred pieces of gold ornaments believed to be over 400 years old have been found in Chiang Rai Province. Officials at Chiang Saen National Museum believe the jewelries belonged to a royal family of the Lanna era.
BANGKOK, 9 July 2013 The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (EGAT) is planning to build a 500-kv electric line to assure power security in the South of Thailand.
BANGKOK, 9 July 2013 People have been warned against dengue fever outbreak as the number of patients in 4 North Eastern provinces has increased to 5,406, 5 of whom have reportedly succumbed to the disease.
BANGKOK, 9 July 2013 The Southern Border Provinces Administrative Centre 4 (SBPAC) has claimed the deployment of military and police forces in the restive south is to protect residents from harms following the appearance of banners containing messages saying the Thai government and the military can’t be trusted.
BANGKOK, 9 July 2013 Secretary-General of the National Security Council (NSC) Lt. Gen. Paradorn Pattanatabut has made it clear that the NSC is not planning to enforce the amnesty decree as suggested in the controversial voice clip allegedly featuring two political figures.
BANGKOK, 9 July 2013 The Water and Flood Management Committee and relevant units are expected to begin to conduct public hearings on the government’s 350-billion-baht water management program next month following the Administrative Court’s ruling last week.
BANGKOK, 9 July 2013 Science and Technology Minister Peerapan Palusak assures that nuclear power is safe, saying Thailand has used it in many fields, except in electricity generation.
BANGKOK, 9 July 2013 Police Captain Chalerm Yubamrung, the Labor Minister, says his priority is to get Thailand of the US’s watch list for human trafficking.
BANGKOK, 9 July 2013 Deputy Prime Minister for Internal Security Pracha Phromnok has told security forces in the Deep South to increase the intensity of their security operations during the month of Ramadan in order to safeguard citizens in the 3 southern border provinces.
BANGKOK, 10 July 2013 The Transport Ministry has hired consulting companies to conduct engineering and EIA surveys on its new rail project on the Baan Phai-Maha Sarakham-Mukdahan-Nakhon Phanom route.