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PM inspects flood prevention measures in Sing Buri, Chai Nat

SING BURI, June 12 -- Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Tuesday visited Sing Buri and Chai Nat to inspect flood prevention measures on...

Govt believes BKK safe from floods

BANGKOK, 19 May 2012  – Science and Technology Minister Plodprasop Suraswadi has ruled out the possibility of floods in Bangkok, saying the rainy...

Thai PM: 2012 GDP likely to grow 4.5-5.5%

BANGKOK, Nov 9 - Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Wednesday said the country's economic growth next year could expand within the range of 4.5-...

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...

PEA: tap water is clean for household use

BANGKOK, 21 October 2011 -The Provincial Waterworks Authority (PEA) has revealed that due to the severity of the floods, the production and distribution systems...

PM: Many provinces may be under water for two months

BANGKOK, Oct 12 -- Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on Wednesday that the floods which hit many provinces in north, northeastern and central regions...

Thai exports in Q4 projected to shrink by 1.4% due to...

BANGKOK, Oct 11 -- Thailand’s export growth in the fourth quarter is likely to drop by 1.4 per cent to 17.8 per cent from...

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...

Many provinces along Chao Phraya River basin still hard hit by...

BANGKOK, Sept 3 -- Many provinces along Chao Phraya River basin were hard hit by flood as Singburi ordered closures of 16 schools in...

PM chairs meeting to tackle floods, stresses integrated approach to solve...

BANGKOK, Sept 3 -- Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Saturday chaired a meeting of concerned agencies to tackle floods, stressing teamwork and an integrated...

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Anti-government demonstrators gather at Thammasat University, Bangkok

Anti-government demonstrators showed up in front of the ThaPrachan campus of Thammasat University facing Sanam Luang ground while local police were present to ensure...

Heavy rain hits eastern and northeastern Thailand as storm Noul moves in

Tropical Storm Noul has caused heavy rainfalls in Thailand’s northeast as the Category 3 tropical storm made landfall in Vietnam’s Hue city early on...

Storm Noul causes flash floods and strong winds across Thailand

Storm Noul brought persistent rain to the heart of Nakhon Ratchasima province where flooding and felled trees which damaged houses were reported in many...

Anti-government protesters break into campus in Bangkok

Anti-government demonstrators forced their way into the ThaPrachan campus of Thammasat University, set up their stage in its football field and planned to move...