YALA, April 7 -- Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra visits the South to boost morale of local officials and pay respect at funeral services for Yala officials killed in Friday’s bombing, as three separate attacks occurred in Narathiwat today.

BANGKOK, April 5 – Thai Commerce Minister Boonsong Teriyapirom today ruled out an allegations that some brands of fungus-contaminated rice in the market were from the government’s stockpiles.

BANGKOK, April 5 – Thailand averted a national power outage today thanks to a joint energy-saving effort by the  Thai public and private sector, Energy Minister Pongsak Raktapongpaisal said.

BANGKOK, April 5 -- Metropolitan Police Bureau and Bangkok's Bangrak district office are jointly enforcing strict measures to ensure that the upcoming Songkran Festival at Silom Road would be run safely and free of alcohol.

YALA, April 5 - Yala deputy governor Isra Thongthawat succumbed to injuries and was pronounced dead in hospital following a roadside bombing by presumed insurgents which immediately killed a senior security official in this southern border province.

BANGKOK, Apr 6 - Foreign ministers of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) are scheduled to arrive in Brunei next week for a ministerial meeting to prepare for the 22nd ASEAN Summit on April 24-25.

BANGKOK, April 4 - The current scorching hot weather is not only affecting humans – but animals also. They're having a hard time!  To counteract the rising temperatures in Bangkok, the officials at Dusit Zoo have begun various activities for the animals to freshen up. 

PHUKET, April 4 - The month of April will be extremely lively on the Andaman Sea coastal island of Phuket as Thais and foreign holidaymakers alike will celebrate Thai traditional new year. 

NAKHON PHANOM, April 5 - Almost 200 Siamese rosewood logs, worth more than Bt3 million, were seized in this northeastern province while awaiting transport across the Mekong River border.

BANGKOK, April 4 – Thailand's National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC) today freed Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra from allegations of assets concealment in the transaction of Bt30 million loans to her husband’s company.

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