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WORLD

India's massive election faces heatwave challenge

Reuters, Published on 25/05/2024

» NEW DELHI - The world's largest election may become the hottest on Saturday, as Indians participate in the next-to-last phase of voting with temperatures forecast to surge to 47 degrees Celsius (117 degrees Fahrenheit) in the capital New Delhi.

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THAILAND

Yellow Line to resume full operations on June 10

Supoj Wancharoen, Published on 22/05/2024

» The Yellow Line monorail system is expected to resume normal operations from June 10 after repairs are completed on a broken conductor rail, a transport official said on Wednesday.

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GENERAL

China's durian prices drop as Vietnam fills Thai supply gap

South China Morning Post, Published on 22/05/2024

» BEIJING - Durian prices in China - the world's top market for the spiky, pungent fruit typically regarded as a luxury item - have fallen this month as Vietnam gains on Thailand in a heated export rivalry and consumers mind their budgets.

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LIFE

Thirst traps for the season

Guru, Nianne-Lynn Hendricks, Published on 21/05/2024

» While the temperature in Thailand soars, there is little risk of dehydration as seasonal thirst-quenching options are introduced to the Bangkok market. Though should you wanna venture out, the best option would be to head to space…. Read on.

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OPINION

Decarbonisation needs joint effort

Oped, Published on 21/05/2024

» As countries around the world experienced record temperatures last year, United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres declared, "We must turn a year of burning heat into a year of burning ambition." But to move away from fossil fuels and unlock the green transition's economic benefits, such as job creation and universal access to clean energy, industry leaders and policymakers must work together to translate the commitments made at the UN Climate Change Conference in Dubai (COP28) into actual renewable gigawatts.

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WORLD

Farm animals are hauled all over the country; so are their pathogens

Published on 20/05/2024

» The bird flu virus that is spreading through American dairy cows can probably be traced back to a single spillover event. Late last year, scientists believe, the virus jumped from wild birds into cattle in the Texas panhandle. By this spring, the virus, known as H5N1, had travelled hundreds of miles or more, appearing on farms in Idaho, North Carolina and Michigan.

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THAILAND

RS MULTI X to extraordinarily celebrate the Pride Month PRIDE NATION SAMUI INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL

Published on 20/05/2024

» The upcoming most fabulous festival for all prides in Southeast Asia will turn Koh Samui into PRIDEradise this June.

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WORLD

Helicopter carrying Iranian President Raisi crashes, search under way

Reuters, Published on 20/05/2024

» DUBAI: A helicopter carrying Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and his foreign minister crashed on Sunday as it was crossing mountain terrain in heavy fog, an Iranian official told Reuters, and rescuers were struggling to reach the site of the incident.

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THAILAND

Toddler rescued after being trapped in hot pickup

Online Reporters, Published on 18/05/2024

» Rescue workers had to act quickly to free a toddler trapped in a hot pickup truck for over 30 minutes in Buri Ram province on Saturday.

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THAILAND

AP Thailand and TOA Partner for Sustainable Real Estate

Published on 17/05/2024

» AP Thailand Public Co., Ltd., the leader in Thailand’s property development industry with a promise of Cheevit Dee Dee Tee Lueak Eng Dai, in conjunction with TOA Paint (Thailand) Public Co., Ltd., the No.1 fully-integrated supplier of building paint and construction materials, deliver a good life for customers by selecting safe and environmentally friendly paint innovation. Under the partnership, AP has reduced greenhouse gas emissions by 1,012.88 tonnes of carbon dioxide equivalent, which equals planting 588,880 trees as both parties work together to reach the goal of Net Zero by the year 2050. In this collaboration, Mr. Boonchai Jankrajanglerd, Chief Supply Chain Officer, AP Thailand Public Co., Ltd., represented his company to accept the GREEN MISSION Certificate for The Most GHG Reduction Organisation from Mr. Jatuphat Tangkaravakoon, CEO, TOA Paint (Thailand) Public Co., Ltd., recently.