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As the festive Hari Raya, a large number of Muslims in the southern province of Yala have been out shopping for fresh food to celebrate with their families.
Several migrant workers without legal work permits have continue to register at the One Stop Service Center in Satun since it was made available for them.
The European Union has expressed readiness to join a trading negotiation with ASEAN and begin an ASEAN-EU Free Trade Agreement in the future.
Chief of the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) Gen. Prayuth Chan-ocha has affirmed it is necessary to ensure that decentralization be done with justification and that no human rights violations be made in solving the problem of refugees fleeing battles along the Thai-Myanmar border as well as the Rohingya refugees.
The Ministry of Transport made known that there is an urgent need to improve and enhance Thailand’s transportation network including roads, rail, waterways, and air, as Thailand is expected to welcome many millions of visitors from ASEAN countries and China after the commencement of the AEC.
The national-level water management committee is confident its measures to prevent flooding should be able to prevent flooding to a substantial extent this year.
The Public Relations Department (PRD) is holding weekly “Music in the Park” events for the public's enjoyment at 04.30 p.m. every Thursday, at the PRD headquater, Soi Aree Samphan, Rama VI Road, Bangkok.
The National Mother’s Day is coming up on August 12th. To express your love and gratitude to your dear mother, buy jasmine flowers products from the National Council on Social Welfare of Thailand for her. All proceeds will benefit the poor and the disabled through NCSWT projects Call 02-354-7520 to place your order or buy directly from counters of any commercial banks throughout the country.
NCSWT invites you to buy jasmine products for the 2014 National Mother’s day at any counter of Siam Commercial Bank throughout the country. For information, call 0-2354-7520. Proceeds will benefit the poor and disabled through NCSWT projects.
The Narcotics Control Board (NCB) secretary-general has revealed that the narcotics situation is getting better since after the NCPO took over power in May.
Religious chanting of holy stanzas celebrating the 62nd anniversary of HRH the Crown Prince
Special Report: Gen Prayuth promises to use his power in a constructive manner
Special Report: Royally-endorsed interim Constitution to be in effect for one year
NCPO: List of National Legislative Assembly members complete
Public Health Ministry aims to raise awareness on World Hepatitis Day
Northeastern region rice inspection completed
Chinese investors eye investment opportunities in Mae Hong Son
Trang businesses on high alert for fake bills
Logistics sector talks on its development in the AEC-era
Officials urged to monitor steel price hike
Anti-corruption plan sent to NCPO
New TCG programs promise to allow small players and individuals to borrow more easily
Cambodian Defense Minister on official visit to Thailand
Floods in Chiang Rai and Tak
Government and private agencies help upgrade retail stores
Singapore vows tight military relations with Thailand
Shopping centers asked to keep clean to prevent hand, foot and mouth disease
Yala beefs up security during Hari Raya
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