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Twister strikes Nakhon Sawan, flood hits Lampang

A twister struck Nakhon Sawan province on Thursday, damaging dozens of houses and utility poles in Takhli district. Nakhon Sawan Governor Thanakom Chongchira and representatives...

Former deputy commerce minister arrested for murder

Former deputy commerce minister Pol Lt Col Banyin Tangphakorn was arrested today at a resort in Khao Yai national park by the Crime Suppressionn...

Low rainfall threatens crops in Nakhon Ratchasima & Nakhon Sawan

NAKHON RATCHASIMA – Several regions in Thailand continue to suffer drought, with water levels reaching critical lows at Lam Takhong Dam in Nakhon Ratchasima...

Special rainmaking units set up in royal concern over drought

BANGKOK, 29 June 2015 (NNT) - His Majesty the King has ordered the opening of two special rainmaking units in Chiang Mai and Nakhon...

Rain-making operations intensify amid severe drought

NAKHON SAWAN, 28 June 2015 (NNT) – The Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives has intensified its rain-making operations across the country, as the existing...

Democrat MP reveals fresh evidence against rice pledging scheme at Parliament

BANGKOK, 17 July 2013 A Democrat MP, Mr. Warong Dejkitwikrom, has revealed to a barrage of reporters how the spoiled rice, which he claimed...

Private sector asks for 1.4 billion baht to develop lower North

BANGKOK, 9 June 2013 The Joint Standing Committee on Commerce, Industry and Banking, and the Tourism Council of Thailand (TCT) will request a budget...

Turbulent seas at west coast; 1 person killed during storm’s passing

NAKHON SAWAN, 14 May 2013 The Meteorological Department has warned that the approach of cyclone Mahasen will churn up strong winds and high waves...

Storms cause damage in Lampang & Singburi; drought worsens

LAMPANG, 24 April 2013  The drought situation continues to exacerbate, with water sources drying up. Meanwhile, storms pounded several provinces in the northern...

Hill tribesman arrested while smuggling 460,000 Meth pills in Nakhon Sawan

NAKHON SAWAN, 11 April 2013 Narcotics suppression police has arrested a Hmong hill tribesman who was smuggling 460,000 Meth pills worth 140 million...

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