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Railway service restored; Bt160 million initial estimated damage

BANGKOK, April 25 -- The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) early Wednesday cleared four oil tanker train bogies derailed Tuesday afternoon in Bangkok’s...

Hot weather causes fire on train in Phitsanulok

PHITSANULOK, 31 March 2012  – Passengers of a Bangkok-bound train experienced a life-threatening moment Friday evening as an engine carriage of the Chiang...

Thai weather agency warns of summer thunderstorm

BANGKOK, March 25--- The Thai Meteorological Department on Sunday issued a warning for summer thunderstorm in the upper part of Thailand, while some...

PM starts upcountry tour of flood-affected provinces

BANGKOK, Feb 13 – Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and a number of cabinet ministers begin a five-day trip to observe rehabilitation and flood...

Phitsanulok declares disaster zones from drought

Drought in the lower part of the northern province of Phitsanulok has extended, prompting the province to declare two districts as disaster zones....

DDPM: 26 provinces including BKK hit by floods, 381 deaths

BANGKOK, 31 October 2011  - According to the Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation (DDPM), there have been 26 provinces which are affected by...

Cabinet sets 27-31 Oct as holidays for flood-hit provinces

BANGKOK, 25 October 2011  – The Cabinet has granted permission to agencies in flood-affected areas nationwide to take days off during 27-31 October when...

TRAVEL AGENTS, MEDIA TO PROVIDE FEEDBACK ON THAILAND’S “GREEN ROUTES”

Bangkok, October 18, 2011 — A group of more than 50 invited travel agents and media in the Europe, Africa and Middle East region...

Thai Red Cross Society urgently needs blood donation

BANGKOK, 10 October 2011  – The Thai Red Cross Society is in urgent need of blood donation now that flooding is badly affecting hospitals...

Floods damage 500,000 rai of sugarcane crop

BANGKOK, Oct 4 – Continued flooding has damaged some 400,000-500,000 rai of Thailand’s current sugarcane crop in a number of provinces in the upper...

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