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On the full moon day of the sixth lunar month, Buddhists in Thailand celebrate the enlightenment of Buddha, the founder of Buddhism. It is this very same day that two…
PHAYAO, 3 June 2012  – The Prime Minister has taken on an inspection trip to get updated on the environmental rehabilitation program in the North. 
BANGKOK, 3 June 2012  – The government has confirmed that the current Parliamentary session will remain opened until 2 of its proposed laws have sailed through it. 
BANGKOK, 3 June 2012 - Leader of the Democrat Party, Abhisit Vejjajiva posted a message of thanks to the social media site Twitter. He posted under his handle of “Abhisit…
BANGKOK, 2 June 2012  - A survey of public opinions regarding the reconciliation bill found that the majority of respondents did not understand the content of the bill. The respondents…
BANGKOK, 2 June 2012 – The Prime Minister has implored all in Thailand to resolve conflicts and unite for the country’s sake. 
UTTARADIT, 2 June 2012  - Forty conscripts of a cavalry unit were immediately taken to Uttaradit’s Fort Phichaidaphak Hospital after they all suffered headaches, fever, fatigue, breathing difficulties, and accelerated…
BANGKOK, 2 June 2012 - The prime minister has expressed satisfaction with her official visit to Australia and hoped the two countries will cooperate more in various areas, especially trade…
BANGKOK, 3 June 2012  - The Meteorological Department has issued a nationwide flashflood warning saying many areas of the kingdom will see widespread rain, with heavy precipitation in certain parts.
BANGKOK, June 3 –  Ninety percent of factories in industrial estates hit by devastating floods last year are expected to resume output in the fourth quarter of this year, said…
BANGKOK, June 3--- Most Thais want the government to focus on solving the ongoing economic problems rather than on pushing the proposed reconciliation bills through deliberation, according to the latest…
BANGKOK, June 3 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Sunday travelled to the northern province of Phayao to inspect a proposed water retention area.
BANGKOK, June 2 - Thailand's yellow-shirted movement, the People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) on Saturday decided to postpone its June 5 rally after House Speaker Somsak Kiatsuranont decided to cancel…
BANGKOK, June 2 - House Speaker Somsak Kiatsuranont on Saturday decided to cancel next week's parliamentary sessions regarding charter amendment and national reconciliation bills following recent chaos and disruption in…
BANGKOK, 1 June 2012  – The House Speaker has ordered postponement of the first reading of the reconciliation bills until June 6. 
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