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BANGKOK, Sept 11 - Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Sunday launched an anti-narcotics operation as a national agenda with the aim to eradicate 80 per cent of drug use…
BANGKOK, 11 September 2011- Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra presided over the national ‘War on Drugs’ agenda at the government house, addressing Deputy MP, Minister of Defense, Minister of Interior, Minister…
BANGKOK, 11 September 2011 - The acting national police chief has expressed his readiness to stop the influx of drug into the country within three months.
BRUNEI, Sept 11 - Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on Sunday that Brunei is interested in importing more Thai jasmine rice, she reported while making her first official overseas…
BANGKOK, Sept 11 - Thais are bracing for more heavy downpours following those which have already wreaked havoc in many provinces and left more than 80 dead nationwide, and the…

Body of drowned French tourist found

Monday, 12 September 2011 By MCOT
PRACHINBURI, Sept 11 - Soldiers and emergency workers on Sunday retrieved the body of a French tourist who was swept away and drowned by raging floodwaters here last night while…
BANGKOK, Sept 10 - During her one day official visit to Phnom Penh on Thursday, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra plans to seek the release of two Thai activists jailed in…
The Institute for Population and Social Research of Mahidol University recently launched a report on sexual behaviour and family changes. The first part discussed four major changes in sexual behaviour.…
The first part of this special report already discussed the movement of the press, especially government intervention and political news contents during the past six years. It is now time…
As the world changes, people’s lifestyles also change, including sexual behaviour and family structure. A recent research by the Institute for Population and Social Research of Mahidol University has reported…
It is undeniable that the press has played an important role in local politics during recent years. Media Monitor Scheme has drawn up an analysis on how the press has…
UTTARADIT, Sept 9 - One villager was reported dead, at least ten were injured, and ten others are missing after their village was hit by early morning forest-runoff and a…
BANGKOK, Sept 9 - Former National Security Council (NSC) Secretary-General Thawil Pliensri said Friday he will petition Thailand's Merit Systems Protection Committee Monday over what he called his "unfair" transfer…
UTTARADIT, Sept 10 -- Two villagers were reported dead and at least seven were missing after four villages in the northern province of Uttaradit were hit by forest run-off and…
BANGKOK, Sept 8 - Thailand's Consumer Confidence Index (CCI) in August dropped to 73.8 from 74.4 in the previous month, the first decline in four months, thanks to severe flooding…
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