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SONGKHLA, Oct 12 - More shops in Thailand’s restive southern border region have opened for business than on the previous two Fridays as the result of the authorities’ efficient campaign…

NBTC conduct 3G licencing bids Tuesday

Thursday, 11 October 2012 By MCOT
BANGKOK, Oct 11 – The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) will proceed with an auction of third-generation (3G) wireless licences on Tuesday as scheduled, according to a commissioner.
YALA, Oct 10 -- Nine government paramilitary rangers on patrol in Thailand’s troubled South were wounded in a roadside bomb attack in Yala on the Yaha-Patae Road.
BANGKOK, Oct 10 – A Thailand-Vietnam joint cabinet meeting scheduled for October 27 will mainly deal with key economic issues, according to Thai Foreign Minister Surapong Tovichakchaikul.
BANGKOK, Oct 10 – The Constitution Court today rejected a petition by academics at a leading Thai development institute seeking an injunction to halt the government’s rice pledging scheme.
BANGKOK, Oct 11 – A five-point proposal to improve the quality of life for Thailand’s ethnic Malay Muslim majority population--possibly a non-violent solution to the long-standing crisis in Thailand’s deep…
BANGKOK, Oct 11 – A Thai man was arrested in a Sukhumvit neighbourhood Wednesday on charges of luring Thai women into prostitution in Japan, police said.
BANGKOK, Oct 10 - Deputy Prime Minister Gen Yuthasak Sasiprapa instructed the army chief to step up security measures in the three southern border provinces as today is an anniversary…
BANGKOK, Oct 9 -- Deputy Prime Minister Yuthasak Sasiprapa said Tuesday that it is not possible to designate Friday as holiday but said security personnel will be reinforced to ensure…
UBON RATCHATHANI, Oct 10 – Six local men from this northeastern Thai province are in custody in neighbouring Laos where they have been held since the weekend on charges of…

Flooding stabilises in Kanchanaburi

Thursday, 11 October 2012 By MCOT
KANCHANABURI, Oct 10 – Flooding in the western province of Kanchanaburi remains stable and many roads are still under water, impassable for small vehicles.
BANGKOK, Oct 9 - Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra reassured the public on Tuesday that the government's rice pledging scheme would not cause further losses but will benefit farmers.
BANGKOK, Oct 9 – Immediate problems including exorbitant commodity prices, higher cost of living, floods and traffic congestion have put Bangkokians under severe strain, according to a survey by Bangkok…
NARATHIWAT, Oct 9 - A public health volunteer was gunned down in Narathiwat, and a couple was shot dead in Pattani on Tuesday.
KANCHANABURI, Oct 9 – Thailand’s western province of Kanchanaburi was hit by flashflood due to forest runoff and water that flow from nearby province of Ratchaburi.