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BANGKOK, Jan 18 – Thailand and Japan have agreed to enhance their cooperation and partnership in various development mega projects, especially regarding high speed trains, massive anti-flood system and industrial development related to Myanmar's Dawei deep seaport and related infrastructure on the Thai-Myanmar border, it was reported last night.

BANGKOK, Jan 18 – Thailand will set up a special centre to crack down on intellectual property infringement with tough government action against violators, according to Deputy Commerce Minister Nattawut Saikua.

SONGKHLA, Jan 18 – Muslim groups in Thailand have called on the government to temporarily suspend the deportation of Rohingya migrants who illegally entered the kingdom in the South last week and are seeking international cooperation in resettling the ethnic people in a third country.

BANGKOK, Jan 18 -- His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej on Thursday told visiting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that Japan is a model for natural disaster response and dealing appropriately with other problems, as he expressed appreciation for the close ties between the two countries. 

BANGKOK, 17 January 2013  Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has affirmed that the government will fully support the development of the country’s education system as well as help teachers living in the restive south. 

PATTANI, Jan 16 – The government and agencies concerned should hasten implementation of assistance measures proposed by teachers in violence-plagued Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala, the chairman of the Teachers Confederation of the Three Southern Border Provinces said today, Teachers’ Day.

BANGKOK, Jan 17 – Two major rivals for the Thai capital's gubernatorial election braced today's heat on their campaign trails in the capital, each offering palettes of promises for a better life for people in the City of Angels.

BANGKOK, Jan 16 – An average 370 babies are born daily from Thai teenage mothers and about 10 babies from girls below age 15 years old, the Public Health Ministry reported today.

BANGKOK, Jan 17 – Former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and his then deputy Suthep Thaugsuban will file lawsuits against the head and four top officials of the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) for abusing their power and falsely imposing charges against them in connection with the 2010 political upheaval in Bangkok.

BANGKOK, Jan 17 – More than 800 Rohingya migrants arrested in the southern province of Songkhla last week will remain on Thai soil pending United Nations assistance on a humanitarian basis, according to a senior official of the Department of Special Investigation (DSI).

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