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More water discharged downstream from Chao Phraya dam

The Royal Irrigation Department has started increasing the amount of water discharged from the Chao Phraya dam from 80 cubic metres/second to 120 cubic...

Floods hit several provinces

The Royal Irrigation Department has warned downstream areas to prepare for flooding, which has struck several provinces. Floods have reportedly inundated a number of districts...

RID says central region will see 100 days of rain beginning...

BANGKOK, 29 June 2015 (NNT)-The Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives has held a meeting to correctly address the water shortage crisis; it has also...

Water level in Lam Takhong dam critical

NAKHON RATCHASIMA, 28 June 2015 (NNT) - The Lam Takhong dam in Nakhon Ratchasima province has 57 million cubic meters or 18% of water...

Pattaya officials scramble for new water source after 2 reservoir expansions...

Pattaya officials are looking for new sources of water after the Royal Irrigation Department canceled two area reservoir-expansion projects. ...

Irrigation Department may cancel Khao Maikaew reservoir expansion

The Royal Irrigation Department may cancel plans to expand the Mapwaisom Reservoir in Khao Maikaew in the face of protests from displaced residents....

Cabinet granted more budgets to support water management policies

BANGKOK, 22 August 2012 – The Cabinet has agreed to allocate more budget to support the water management policies in Bangkok and across...

Govt: Water management projects transparent

BANGKOK, 17 August 2012  – The government is prepared to reveal to the public its 1-year performance report. It insists that the water...

King to launch 5 irrigation projects Saturday

BANGKOK, July 6- His Majesty the King will preside over the inauguration ceremony tomorrow of five royally-initiated irrigation projects at the Royal Irrigation...

Govt invites riverside people to put up altar tables in show...

BANGKOK, 5 July 2012  – When His Majesty the King travels by the river from Siriraj Hospital’s pier to Nonthaburi Province on Saturday,...

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