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BANGKOK, 4 June 2012  – The Public Health Ministry has warned residents to be aware of the spread of influenza during the rainy season, citing up to 900,000 people have…
BANGKOK, 4 June 2012  – Buddhists in Bangkok are celebrating Visahka Puja Day with merit-making, with the biggest celebration being held in Sanam Luang. 
BANGKOK, 4 June 2012  – Buddhists across Thailand are traveling to Sanam Luang to participate in merit-making and praying sessions on the auspicious occasion of the 2,600th anniversary of Buddha’s…
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.
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