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Deputy interior minister visits flood-stricken Thai South

BANGKOK, Dec 27 -  Deputy Interior Minister Pol Lt-Gen Chat Kuldilok, accompanied by senior officials of the disaster prevention and mitigation department, is...

Men in uniform to teach southern students

NARATHIWAT, Dec 26 – Thai army soldiers and border patrol police will be assigned to teach in state-run schools in violence-plagued provinces in...

4th Army Region Commander asserts soldiers work 24/7 for teachers security

BANGKOK, Dec 17 -- Fourth Army Region Commander Lt-Gen Udomchai Thamsarorach said today that the government’s security agencies have mobilised forces to provide...

All schools in Thailand’s southernmost provinces reopen normally

YALA, Dec 17 -- All schools in Thailand’s three southernmost provinces of Narathiwat, Pattani and Yala as well as four districts of Songkhla...

Over 60 teachers in Narathiwat seek transfers from insurgent active areas

NARATHIWAT, Dec 14 - Sixty-two teachers requested transfers from schools in active insurgency areas in this southern border province after a mounting campaign...

Southern teachers’ federation to meet following deaths of two more teachers...

PATTANI, Dec 12 -- The Confederation of Teachers of the Three Southern Border Provinces will consider their next move after two more teachers...

Local graduates to work as teachers in their home communities in...

NARATHIWAT, Dec 9 - The Southern Border Provinces Administration Centre plans to encourage graduates to work as teachers in their own community to...

Celebration of World Soil Day in Honor of His Majesty the...

The Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives will organize activities to celebrate World Soil Day, December 5, in honor of His Majesty the King,...

Man nabbed for involvement in railway blast

NARATHIWAT, Nov 21 – A suspect has been arrested in connection with Sunday’s bombing of a southern railway which killed three people and...

Southbound train service back to normal

NARATHIWAT, Nov 21 – Trains bound for Thailand’s southernmost province of Yala resumed service Wednesday morning after a 300-metre stretch of tracks, badly...

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