Whether you say “Mingalaba” or “Sawadee”, the dreams of young children, regardless of which language one speaks, are not indifferent.
CHIANG MAI, March 28 -- The northern province of Chiang Mai, one of Thailand's tourist top destinations, is facing its worst smog and haze in years as the dust particle level has passed safety standards and more than 100 hot spots have been found in the province.
NARATHIWAT, March 29 – The Thai authorities have identified three Muslim insurgents for alleged implication in a bomb ambush of a Thai patrol team in this southern province on Wednesday night which killed three rangers and injured five others.
BANGKOK, March 29 – The March 31 deadline for Thai employers to apply for quotas to hire migrant workers will not be extended, according to a senior Labour Ministry official.
BANGKOK, March 29 – Re-elected Bangkok Governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra began the first day of work today following the Election Commission (EC)'s official endorsement.
BANGKOK, March 29 – Security has been beefed up in Thailand’s southern border provinces amid sporadic attacks on government outposts, presumably as a protest against the peace talks between Thai government officials and Muslim separatist leaders in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday.
KUALA LUMPUR, March 29 – Thailand and Muslim insurgents from the South have reached an agreement on a terms of reference (TOR) for their peace dialogue in the first round of peace talks in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday.
BANGKOK, March 28 – The Thai currency has slightly weakened due to the outflow of US dollars and Thai investors’ purchases of the US currency in higher volumes, a senior central bank official said today.
BANGKOK, March 29 – Japan fully advocates Thailand’s vision to become the hub of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) given the country’s capability as a business springboard for the Mekong region, according to the Japanese ambassador to Bangkok.
BANGKOK, March 29 - Thailand and Bangladesh signed an agreement to extend the timeframe of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on their rice trade for another three years to 2016, said Commerce Minister Boonsong Teriyapirom.