Thailand Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. Exhibiting a love for his fatherRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Bangkok Post

    ... was the late Thai National Artist Fua Haripitak. That letter from the famed Italian sculptor who worked mainly in Thailand was the only thing Fua had to certify his gift, having had no education degree when he embarked upon his studies at the ...

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  2. Sub-regional road connectivity pacts: From - looking East' to linking EastRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Indian Express

    India's recent pact with Bhutan, Bangladesh and Nepal to facilitate free vehicular movement coupled with the India-Myanmar-Thailand trilateral highway could potentially increase intraregional trade by almost 60% as well as extract maximum strategic mileage. A strategic pact signed by India to facilitate free vehicular movement with Bhutan, Bangladesh and Nepal; alongside a proposal to step-up work on operationalising a 3200-km road link from Moreh to Mae Sot , are two vital components of the NDA government's reinforced 'Act East' policy.

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  3. Migrant deadline passes in ThailandRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Pnompenh Post

    Migrant workers wait for immigration forms to be processed at a Poipet checkpoint at the Thai-Cambodian border last year. A last-minute rush of largely Cambodian, Burmese and Laotian undocumented workers is expected to descend today on Thailand's one-stop service centres for visas and work permits , as Thai authorities yesterday signalled a crackdown on illegal labour.

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  4. Sink these submarinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Bangkok Post

    ... the submarines. There are no enemies in sight. If there were, they would easily spot and attack subs in the Gulf of Thailand because it is too shallow for effective submarine warfare. It takes some imagination to think of an enemy that would invade ...

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  5. 'Bangkok 14' get supportRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Bangkok Post

    ... it said. Meanwhile, the European Union Delegation also issued a statement backing the EU Heads of Mission in Thailand, saying the arrests of the students were "a disturbing development". "The EU believes in the right of all to express peacefully ...

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  6. Photo by Jiraporn KuhakanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Bangkok Post

    ... security and restore natural resources. Meanwhile, the cabinet also approved a draft memorandum of intent for Thailand to sign in cooperation with Myanmar and Japan for the Dawei industrial zone development in Myanmar. The countries will hold equal ...

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  7. 'Industry over tourism'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Bangkok Post

    ... to support the needs of the industrial sector over that of local people. The Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat) said 45% of power generated from the coal-fired power plant will go to the industrial sector, 30% to households and 9% ...

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  8. Wytec Presents "Intelligent City Initiative" to ITU Forum in BangkokRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Market Wire

    "We are overwhelmed with honor and excitement that Mr. Davis was selected to speak at this prominent event," remarks William Gray, CEO of Wytec. The ITU Forum, hosted by the Kingdom of Thailand on August 21-22, 2015, is a specialized agency within the United Nations and is in collaboration with the Ministry of Information and Communication Technology for Thailand.

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  9. The World's Fittest VacationRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Men's Journal

    Thailand attracts thousands of tourists every year to learn Muay Thai, the world-famous martial art. But this isn't the only physical activity drawing folks to this fitness paradise, teeming with health spas, resorts and some of the most experienced trainers on the planet.

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  10. Turn crisis into opportunity: PMRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Nation

    Farmers in Ban Tak and Sam Ngao districts are reportedly suffering from a severe shortage of water for their land, including 5,000 rai of banana plantations and 2,000 rai of maize fields. PRIME MINISTER Prayut Chan-o-cha yesterday instructed agencies to "turn a [drought] crisis into an opportunity" by allocating zones to grow suitable plants, while also ordering 1,000 wells to be dug.

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  11. Prayut rejects extension of deadline on fishing rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Nation

    ... has voiced support for the government's handling of the IUU issue to guard against EU's ban on seafood imports from Thailand, and is calling on the authorities to speed up measures to meet the IUU deadline for initial appraisal scheduled in August. ...

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  12. Songkhla rides the waste-to-power bandwagonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Nation

    SONGKHLA has come a long way from being a province with an overwhelming amount of accumulated garbage over a year ago to one that has taken a technology-savvy approach to eradicating trash via a waste-to-energy power plant. In a move to support the government's road map on garbage-disposal, Muang Ban Phru Municipality in Hat Yai district is pushing for a second waste-to-energy power plant in the province to be built on 30 rai of its 107-rai dumpsite.

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  13. Mitsubishi expanding |air-conditioning system production in Chon BuriRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Nation

    Mitsubishi Electric Consumer Products (Thailand) Co, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, will invest about 10 billion yen (Bt2.8 billion) to expand its manufacturing and logistics capabilities with a new facility in Chon Buri province, ...

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  14. DSI to hear testimony on plots Supachai soldRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Nation

    Supachai allegedly bought the land using money he had embezzled from the credit union. Pol Lt-Colonel Somboon Sarasit, commander of DSI's Special Criminal Cases Office 3, said the agency had met up yesterday to speed up the Klongchan embezzlement case, which has caused more than Bt10 billion in damages, to submit to public prosecutors by July.

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  15. Qatar gets highRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Nation

    ... seats per day. Visit www.QatarAirways.com. Running for a cause The annual Pattaya International Marathon returns to Thailand's famous resort town on July 27, and it has a place for every fitness level. You can tackle the full 42-kilometre course or ...

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  16. It's an insecure regime that uses twisted logic to cage studentsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Nation

    ... Most of them are unmarried and don't have children or mortgages. They dream of a just, democratic, equitable Thailand and feel they have the right to fight for this dream, come what may. The 14, comprised of seven Dao Din law students from Khon Kaen ...

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  17. The Irrawaddy: Burma steps up border health checks on MERS fears - Kyaw Hsu MonRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Burmanet

    After Thailand confirmed its first case of Midde East Respiratory Syndrome on Friday, Burma's Ministry of Health has ordered an increase in medical screenings for foreign arrivals at border checkpoints. Though authorities have yet to record a confirmed MERS case within the country, security has been stepped up at seaports, airports and land crossings, according to Dr Soe Lwin Nyein, the acting director-general of the Department of Public Health, adding that the ministry was preparing contingencies for quarantining those exposed to the virus.

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  18. Lance Whitmore: Ex-soldier caught carrying drugs in Thailand is jailed for 50 yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Mirror.co.uk

    ... has done wrong, but there is a reason he got mixed up in all that, everything that was going on. Whitmore moved to Thailand five years ago where he found work with Petroleum Oil Services after he discharged himself from the Army following a back ...

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  19. Worksop: Dentist awarded MBE in Queen's Birthday HonoursRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Retford Today

    ... Peru, Romania and the Amazon rainforest. The 76-year-old made six tours over a three-month period to Phuket, Thailand, after the Boxing Day tsunami in 2004, and he was also in Ukraine last year after the MH17 disaster. "On reflection, it is good ... 1 comment

  20. Mitsubishi Electric to build B2.9bn complex in Chon BuriRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 30 | Bangkok Post

    ... factory will begin manufacturing air-conditioning systems in 2016, raising Mitsubishi Electric Consumer Products (Thailand)'s annual production capacity from 5 million units now to 7 million by March 2019. "Not only will the new base optimize our ...

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