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    PAO member slain in Narathiwat

    Online Reporters, Published on 18/01/2012

    » A member of the Narathiwat Provincial Administration Organisation (PAO) was shot dead in Sungai Kolok district on Wednesday morning, police said.


    Cabinet meets in Chiang Mai

    News, Published on 16/01/2012

    » The cabinet set its first mobile meeting for the weekend amidst hope it can get some business done. The meeting convened in Chiang Mai. This happens to be the home province of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, although that is more coincidence than planning. The official opening on the weekend of the flood-delayed Royal Floral Ratchaphruek drew many senior officials and the public alike, so the meeting was planned around the exhibit.


    Transport Co is taking the wrong route

    News, Saritdet Marukatat, Published on 16/01/2012

    » The Transport Co chief apparently has many problems to sort out. The state enterprise firm is trying to crack down on illegal vans running inter-provincial services. According to its own estimation, about 6,000 vehicles provide such services despite having no licence or approval from Transport Co, the agency responsible for inter-city routes. Thus far, it has successfully forced many of them to operate under its control, but more are still on the roads. Transport Co and the Land Transport Department stand to lose money from those illegal passenger vans as they do not have to pay route concessions and fees to the agency. It is unacceptable to allow these illegal vans to compete for passengers with the ones legally approved by the agency.

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    Khanchit offers to waive immunity

    Online Reporters, Published on 19/01/2012

    » Democrat Party MP Khanchit Thapsuwan has offered to waive his parliamentary immunity to fight a murder charge in the courts.

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    You can't make this stuff up: Top odd news of 2011

    News, Noel Boivin, Published on 01/01/2012

    » Thai politicians are usually out of office before the plastic comes off their name plates and fluctuating water levels tested all of our nerves last year, but there is one dependable constant in the kingdom _ the country's undisputed title as the weird news capital of the world.


    A sight to behold

    Life, Pongpet Mekloy, Published on 05/01/2012

    » Not every flower appeals to both men and women but those of the wild Himalayan cherry, which Thais call Nang Phya Sua Khrong, are undoubtedly among the few.

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    Wild car chase, crash leaves five dead

    Online Reporters, Published on 20/01/2012

    » A confrontation between two groups of youths led to a wild car chase, shooting and then a double crash in which five people died and five others were injured in Bangkok's Rat Burana district early Friday morning, police said.

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    Wild car chase, crash leaves five dead

    Online Reporters, Published on 20/01/2012

    » A survivor of a violent car chase said the pursuing car intentionally ran into the back of their pick-up truck, resulting in a crash and the death of five of his friends, when two youth gangs clashed in Bangkok early Friday.

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    Accused Democrat MP wanted for questioning

    Online Reporters, Published on 11/01/2012

    » Provincial Police Region 7 has sent a letter to the Royal Thai Police Office asking it to submit a request that the House of Representatives allow Democrat Party MP Khanchit Thapsuwan meet police investigators, police spokesman Piya Uthayo said on Wednesday.



    Terry Fredrickson, Published on 15/03/2011

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