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BANGKOK, 9 June 2011 – A total of 23 provinces are experiencing drought while another 30 provinces in the North, Northeast, East and central region are warned of torrential rain…
SUKHOTHAI, June 9 -- Police in Thailand's northern province of Sukhothai, in a jointly operation with highway police, arrested two suspected members of a drug syndicate and siezed one million…

Women’s rights under discussion

Wednesday, 08 June 2011 By PMTV
  Mayor Ittiphol Khunplome chaired an informative meeting at the Banglamung public hall on June the 7th regarding women’s rights – especially those co-habiting or married to foreigners.
On June the 7th police arrested a 33 year old Nigerian drug dealer with a large haul of narcotics.
BANGKOK, 7 June 2011  – Supreme Commander General Songkitti Jaggabatara reaffirms that the military are duty-bound to protect the country’s sovereignty while negotiations with Cambodia over the disputed area depend…
BANGKOK, 7 June 2011  – The National Astronomical Research Institute of Thailand (NARIT) under the supervision of the Ministry of Science and Technology has invited all Thai people to view…
MAE HONG SON, June  6 - Heavy rain in this northern province has caused flooding in Pai and Pang Ma Pa districts.
BANGKOK, June 6 – Thailand's Ministry of Public Health has issued four measures to prevent the spread of the deadly E. Coli bacteria as the disease has claimed at least…
BANGKOK, June 6 - Sondhi Limthongkul, a core leader of the People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD), also known as the Yellow Shirt movement, reported to police on Monday to acknowledge…
BUNG KAN, June 6 - Yingluck Shinawatra, candidate for premier from Thailand's main opposition party, the Pheu Thai, on Monday turned the hype of the gadget into a buzz that…
BANGKOK, June 7 - Changing the Thai government after the July 3 general election would have no impact on Thailand's ability or attitude toward contesting the legal case over the…
At 6.30pm on June 4 the death of foreign man in a guest house on Soi Buakhao was reported to police.

More Deaths due to Drugs

Tuesday, 07 June 2011 By PMTV
At 10pm on June the 4th Banglamung police were called to Soi Chaipornvithi 15 as there had been an incident involving a firearm.
On the afternoon of June the 3rd, police attended an accident on central road opposite Carrefour shopping center.
A Korean tourist hired the services of two ladies who work at a beer bar, after the fun and games in a room Ratana Jampasri and Piyaporn Chinsiri made their…
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