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LAMPANG, March 10 - Thailand's National Elephant Institute is planning to celebrate the country's Elephant Day, organising activities in this northern province for elephant conservation.
BANGKOK, March 10 - The government plans to develop infrastructure in Thailand's South in order for Thailand to become the centre of the ASEAN region, according to the second day…
BANGKOK, 8 March 2013 The latest survey by the University of Thai Chamber of Commerce (UTCC) shows that Thais felt last month’s local political situation was most stabilized in nearly…
BANGKOK, March 8 – Eight million Thais, or 17.5 per cent of the population, suffer from kidney problems, according to the Public Health Ministry.
BANGKOK, March 8 – About 500 women demonstrated at Thailand’s Government House today, calling for improved state welfare for the country’s female labour force.
BANGKOK, March 8 -- Former deputy prime minister and the 25th Police Chief Police General Pao Sarasin passed away at 8.55pm Thursday night at Siriraj Hospital from blood infection. He…
BANGKOK. March 8 - Army chief Prayuth Chan-ocha stood firm today that the landmines on the common border with Cambodia in Thailand’s northeastern Surin province, which exploded and wounded three…
BANGKOK, March 8 – Nearly half of Bangkok residents are pessimistic regarding the future relations between the Pheu Thai-led national government and the administration of newly-reelected Bangkok governor, under the…
BANGKOK, 7 March 2013  The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP) has set plans to improve national parks across the country with a budget of 100 million…
BANGKOK, 7 March 2013  Deputy Minister of Transport Gen. Prin Suwannathat has assured that air traffic control towers across the country will be able to operate continuously 24 hours a…
BANGKOK, 8 March 2013  Their Majesties the King and Queen have sent condolences to Venezuelan leaders over the death of President Hugo Rafael Chavez Frias on March 5. 
BANGKOK, 7 March 2013 Two dozen more leading insurgents in the Deep South are expected to turn themselves in to authorities soon. 
BANGKOK, 7 March 2013 A foundation funded by a Belgian billionaire with a title of nobility has sought to realise the dreams of youths from hill tribe villages in northern…

BMA to partake in Earth Hour 2013

Sunday, 10 March 2013 By NNT
BANGKOK, 7 March 2013  The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration is hosting activities to mark Earth Hour 2013 on March 23, encouraging households and businesses to turn off their non-essential lights for…
BANGKOK, March 7 – The Thai Education Ministry is launching an eight-week project on English language teaching to students in state-run and private schools nationwide.
BANGKOK, Mar 7 – Thailand is pushing to put Thai crocodiles on the Cites Appendix II list to facilitate unconditional export of the animals’ skin, according to a leading Thai…
BANGKOK, March 7 - The Election Commission (EC) said the investigation of complaints related to the March 3 gubernatorial election is expected to be finished within 15 days, as it…
BANGKOK, 7 March 2013  The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation is set to organize special activities to showcase the importance and the progress of Thai elephant conservation. 
BRUSSELS, Mar 7 – Thailand will hold urgent negotiations with the European Union (EU) on a voluntary partnership on good governance in forestry and increasing trade cooperation, according to Prime…
BANGKOK, March 7 – A group of Thai MPs in the government bloc proposed an amnesty bill to parliament Thursday, seeking to pardon those convicted in political demonstrations and related…