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Flooding in parts of Chao Phraya basin



THERE was flooding in several downstream provinces yesterday after a decision to release water from the Chao Phraya Dam in Chai Nat province was exacerbated by heavy downpours and runoff.

Abhisit, Yingluck govts probed over 2011 floods

THE ANTI-GRAFT agency is investigating former prime ministers Abhisit Vejjajiva and Yingluck Shinawatra to determine whether any..

Auditor-general to push for more stringent guidelines on overseas trips by lawmakers

THE NEXT Parliament will see stricter guidelines for overseas trips of lawmakers if the auditor-general succeeds in his push for..

Majority agree with seizure of rice case suspects’ assets: poll

MOST PEOPLE surveyed recently agreed with the use of Article 44 of the interim charter to empower the Department of Legal..

Foreigners charged after body found in fridge

THREE Western men have been charged with several serious criminal offences, as police await the autopsy results on a dismembered..

Arts/Fashion

So what do you believe?

A Thai fashion designer uses art as a synonym for his new collection

Relief sought for cassava farmers

THE COMMERCE Ministry will next week seek Cabinet approval for a Bt1.2-billion budget to help..

SMEs Corner

Incident sows seed of idea for child-tracking watch

CHATCHAI Tangchittrong’s Pomo House business was inspired by an idea that his wife, Supreeya, had..

Economic woes to cut number of small events

THE NUMBER of small-size events held in Thailand is expected to fall 15 per cent this year due to..

Thai Smile spreads wings to four cities in India

THAI SMILE Airways is creating another milestone, as the only scheduled airline from Thailand to fly..

Address social issues with social enterprises



EXTENDING SUPPORT to social enterprises is a sustainable means to ease social problems, an executive..


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THE ANTI-GRAFT agency is investigating former prime ministers Abhisit Vejjajiva and Yingluck..

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The western province of Kanchanaburi sets out to draw more visitors with a half-marathon, a..

Popular '80s band Chaliang reunites for a special show


Sony's new flagship X Phone has plenty going for it, topped off with a magnificent main camera


Paul Taylor, embodying an era in modern ballet, brings to Bangkok glimpses of those remarkable times


A new company brings a modern touch to leather products


Why guys are now proud to be full-time homemakers in the Land of the Rising Sun

A Thai fashion designer uses art as a synonym for his new collection

Italian restaurant lets you step back in time to taste modern favourites

TALES FROM A TROUBLED LAND: Beset by violence for more than a decade, Thailand's three southernmost provinces are hoping to encourage more visitors. Read more

TALES FROM A TROUBLED LAND: Beset by..

TALES FROM A TROUBLED LAND: Beset by violence for more than a decade, Thailand's three southernmost provinces are hoping to encourage more visitors.

TALES FROM A TROUBLED LAND: Beset by..

TALES FROM A TROUBLED LAND: Beset by violence for more than a decade, Thailand's three southernmost provinces are hoping to encourage more visitors.

TALES FROM A TROUBLED LAND: Beset by..

TALES FROM A TROUBLED LAND: Beset by violence for more than a decade, Thailand's three southernmost provinces are hoping to encourage more visitors.



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