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BANGKOK, Jan 18 -- His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej on Thursday told visiting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that Japan is a model for natural disaster response and dealing appropriately…
BANGKOK, 17 January 2013  The producer and director of soap opera Nua Mek 2, which was abruptly banned, has insisted that the show was a fiction depicting the human nature,…
BANGKOK, 17 January 2013  Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has affirmed that the government will fully support the development of the country’s education system as well as help teachers living in…
PATTANI, Jan 16 – The government and agencies concerned should hasten implementation of assistance measures proposed by teachers in violence-plagued Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala, the chairman of the Teachers Confederation…
BANGKOK, Jan 17 - Thailand's Criminal Court on Thursday sentenced Red Shirt activist and former comedian Yossawaris Chuklom, also known as Jeng Dokjik, two-year imprisonment delivering a speech insulting to…
BANGKOK, Jan 17 – Two major rivals for the Thai capital's gubernatorial election braced today's heat on their campaign trails in the capital, each offering palettes of promises for a…
BANGKOK, Jan 16 – An average 370 babies are born daily from Thai teenage mothers and about 10 babies from girls below age 15 years old, the Public Health Ministry…
BANGKOK, 17 January 2013  South Korean House Speaker Kang Chang-hee met with Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra during his official visit to Thailand to strengthen ties of both countries. 
BANGKOK, 17 January 2013 The Interior Minister has indicated that alcohol control laws will be strictly enforced to curb underage drinking and new drinkers across Thailand in an attempt to…
BANGKOK, Jan 17 – Former prime minister Abhisit Vejjajiva and his then deputy Suthep Thaugsuban will file lawsuits against the head and four top officials of the Department of Special…
BANGKOK, Jan 17 – More than 800 Rohingya migrants arrested in the southern province of Songkhla last week will remain on Thai soil pending United Nations assistance on a humanitarian…
BANGKOK, Jan 17 – Thai and high-level Japanese are scheduled to hold bilateral talks this evening – the highlight of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s two-day visit to Bangkok.

Ancient human skeletons found in Buriram

Saturday, 19 January 2013 By NNT
BANGKOK, 16 January 2013  Ancient human skeletons believed to be at least 1,500 years old have been found in Buriram Province.
BANGKOK, 16 January 2013  A Japanese engineering firm will inspect Thai buildings, especially schools in Bangkok, and make suggestions on how to improve their structures to enable them to handle…

Police burn 1 ton of narcotic plants

Friday, 18 January 2013 By NNT
BANGKOK, 16 January 2013 Police have incinerated around 1 tons of narcotic plants generally known as 'kratom' as part of their drug eradication operation. 
SUKHOTHAI, 16 January 2013  Sukhothai Province plans to seek an allocation of 110 million baht from the upcoming mobile Cabinet meeting to finance its flood prevention project.
BANGKOK, 16 January 2013  The Foreign Ministry has held a discussion with related agencies on the solutions to the problem of Rohingya migrants in the country. 
BANGKOK, Jan 16 - Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra promised better welfare and risk allowances for teachers nationwide to mark National Teachers' Day today.
BANGKOK, Jan 15 – Thailand’s cabinet on Tuesday agreed to grant an additional three-month grace period to illegal migrant workers to stay in the kingdom so that they could complete…
  BANGKOK, Jan 16 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra kicked off the city’s gubernatorial election campaign for candidate Pongsapat Pongcharoen at a suburban fresh market today, promising to imprint smiles…