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Thailand ranked 32nd happiest country by United Nations

BANGKOK,(NNT) - The Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN) has recently released its survey ranking Thailand 32nd among the happiest countries in the world. Prime Minister...

UN honours the HM the King

The United Nations on Friday night paid tribute to the HM King Bhumibol in a special assembly which saw Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, president of...

Prime Minister gives speech for UN Day

BANGKOK – The Prime Minister has affirmed Thailand’s key role in the United Nations over the past 70 years in a speech broadcast via...

UN praises HM the King’s sufficiency philosophy concept

BANGKOK - The United Nations has praised His Majesty the King’s Sufficiency Economy Philosophy as a way to promote sustainability on the occasion of...

White Ribbon Day held at UN Conference Centre in Bangkok

The Ministry of Social Development and Human Security and the organization, UN Women, together took part in an organized an event today for International...

PM to attend 2015 UN Climate Change Conference

BANGKOK - The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has confirmed that the Prime Minister will attend the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris, while...

PM: Thailand supports UN’s Every Women Every Child project

NEW YORK, Sept 26 -- Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Tuesday stated that Thailand is eager to cooperate with the United Nations...

Pattaya studies strategies to become U.N. ‘city of film’

Pattaya officials continued their push to transform Pattaya into a “city of film,” holding another meeting to plan steps needed to win the...

Rajavithi hospital receives UN award for diabetes detector

BANGKOK, 21 August 2012  – Rajavithi hospital has received a United Nations award for its diabetes detecting technology. The hospital has also urged people...

FAO: World rice harvest forecast to rise in 2012

BANGKOK, May 4 - The world rice harvest for 2012 is expected to surpass the strong showing of 2011 as the erratic climate...

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It is What It is – Jan 18, 2012

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Unemployed Pattaya hotel workers wait desperately for aid

Pattaya’s hotels were left crestfallen after a much-anticipated meeting between tourism industry associations and local government officials ended with no word of economic aid. ...

Himalayan cherry trees blossom on chilly hills of northern Thailand

Chiang Mai - In Chiang Mai, COVID-19 hasn’t stopped the beauty of nature coming into bloom, especially at Khun Chang Khian on Doi Pui...

Bangkok and northern provinces expected to be blanketed with PM2.5 this week

Bangkok - This week a blanket of PM2.5 dust particles is expected to cover most parts of the Northern region and Bangkok, as the...

Thai military sets up 10 field hospitals nationwide to treat COVID-19 patients

Bangkok  - The Prime Minister has thanked all sectors for their cooperation in the government’s COVID-19 response, praising private firms that have allowed health...