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BANGKOK, July 3 -- The Cabinet on Tuesday approved a Bt300 billion budget to hire a consortium to manage Thailand’s overall water management and flood prevention projects, and the terms…
TRANG, July 3 – Thai authorities in the southern province of Trang are closely monitoring the impact of smog from Indonesian forest fires which is again blanketing the region, a…
YALA, July 3 -- Five Thai army soldiers in a military transport vehicle were wounded by a bicycle bomb in the southern province of Yala on Tuesday.
YALA, July 3 - An assistant village head was killed as bomb exploded when his car passed over a buried bomb in this restive southern province on Tuesday afternoon.
BANGKOK, 3 July 2012 -The Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM) has issued a warning for residents in 16 provinces nationwide to brace for heavy rains and flash floods…
BANGKOK, July 2 – Thailand’s Ministry of Public Health has distributed some 60,000 health masks to local residents in five southern provinces as smog from Indonesian forest fires has blanketed…
BANGKOK, 2 July 2012  – Mahasarakham College of Agriculture and Technology has organized an “English Camp” for Thai students in the North and Northeast to prepare them for the advent…
SONGKHLA, 2 July 2012  - Smoke plumes caused by seasonal wildfires burning across Sumatra Island are now covering several southern provinces of Thailand, including Songkhla, Satun, Yala and Narathiwat.
BANGKOK, 2 July 2012  - The Transport Ministry is set to propose the Red Line electric railway project to the cabinet for approval on July 3, after the State Railway…
RAYONG, July 1 - Residents near Thailand's Map Ta Phut Industrial Estate on Sunday submitted a complaint letter to Rayong governor calling for speeding up of compensation payments from an…
ANG THONG, July 2 -- Land subsidence in Ang Thong's Pho Sa sub-district widened overnight, damaging 13 homes. Provincial authorities are about to announce the area a disaster zone.
BANGKOK, June 2 – A Thai horticultural researcher has developed a purple-hued water lily named after Her Majesty Queen Sirikit.
BANGKOK, July 2 – The chief spokesperson of Thailand's Constitution Court on Monday rejected allegations that the court's decision on the legality of the charter amendment bill may be predetermined.
BANGKOK, 30 June 2012  – The government has been content with its drug clampdown policy during the past 10 months. 
AYUTTHAYA, 30 June 2012  - Women of all organizations in Ayutthaya province will don Thai sarongs to show their dedication to Her Majesty the Queen throughout the month of August.
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