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  1. Muslim chief visits Thai tour operators who specialize in the Hajj pilgrimage at Saudi ArabiaRead the original story

    Yesterday | Pattaya Mail

    BANGKOK, 28 September 2014 The Chief of Muslims in Thailand has visited Thai tour operators who specialize in the Hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia to facilitate pilgrims during their Hajj pilgrimage in the future. Mr. Arsis Pitakkumpol Muslim Chief of Thailand, Dr. Ismail Ali President of Amirul Hajj group, Gen Surin Palarae Secretary of the Central Islamic Council of Thailand, Mr. Arun Boonchom President of Islamic Committee of Bangkok and president of the Thai Hajj medical office, and Mr. Anumat Ahmad, deputy secretary-general of the Central Islamic Council have visited and talked with Thai tour operators who handle the Hajj pilgrimage at Hajj Affairs Section, Mecca, Saudi Arabia.

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  2. Ch3 wins injunction against NBTC orderRead the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | The Nation

    The Central Administrative Court yesterday granted an injunction to Channel 3 by extending the deadline for satellite and cable TV networks to drop its analog programmes to October 11. This follows Channel 3's petition against a recent order by the National Broadcasting Commit-tee for satellite and cable TV networks to drop the channel's analog programmes from tomorrow onwards. The committee is part of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission .

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  3. BANGKOK: Former Asean SG calls for change of mindset to safeguard Thailand's core strengthsRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Asia News Network

    Thailand is facing challenges in sustaining the growth and strength of its agricultural, automotive and tourism industries in Asean, with the region set to become a crucial market in driving the global economy, chairman of the Future Innovative Thailand Institute and former Asean secretary-general Surin Pitsuwan said. Speaking at the "SCB Investment Symposium 2014: Change Rising", Surin noted that though Thailand has suffered from the political instability, which has led to lack of continuity in policy and slide in competitiveness, Thailand has strong industries such as agriculture and auto to deal with the Asean integration and the upcoming Asean+6.

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  4. Surin calls for change of mindset to safeguard country's core strengthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | The Nation

    Thailand is facing challenges in sustaining the growth and strength of its agricultural, automotive and tourism industries in Asean, with the region set to become a crucial market in driving the global economy, chairman of the Future Innovative Thailand Institute and former Asean secretary-general Surin Pitsuwan said. Speaking at the "SCB Investment Symposium 2014: Change Rising", Surin noted that though Thailand has suffered from the political instability, which has led to lack of continuity in policy and slide in competitiveness, Thailand has strong industries such as agriculture and auto to deal with the Asean integration and the upcoming Asean+6.

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  5. Rethinking foreign relationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 21 | Bangkok Post

    Although Thailand's key Western partners that were critical of the May coup d'etat have started to engage with the new government, their softer tone does not signify legitimacy or acceptance, experts and senior diplomats say. Gen Tanasak Patimapragorn, supreme military commander and foreign minister, will represent Thailand at the annual UN General Assembly meeting, probably later this week.

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  6. 'Graft-free' essentialRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 17 | Bangkok Post

    The government must implement its major infrastructure development projects with efficiency and transparency or Asean Connectivity plan may fail, former Asean secretary-general Surin Pitsuwan said Wednesday. "If the Asean Connectivity plan fails, it would have a negative impact on the Asean Economic Community [AEC]," Mr Surin said.

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  7. Surin stresses competitiveness as AEC nearsRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 17 | The Nation

    The former secretary-general of Asean, Surin Pitsuwan, has urged the government to take advantage of the current political stability to support policies and projects that boost the competitiveness of the country and private enterprises, as this would enable all concerned to reap the benefits of upcoming regional integration. At the "Insight Asean Summit 2014" in Bangkok yesterday, Surin said during a speech on "AEC Road Map, Opportunities and Challenges" that despite the stated short life span of the current administration, there were many policies that could enhance the country's competitiveness in light of the Asean Economic Community's implementation.

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  8. Thailand Dive and SailRead the original story

    Wednesday Sep 17 | SCUBA News...

    Khao Lak is north of Phuket and much quieter. It is good starting point for the Similan and Surin islands.

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  9. What customers say...Read the original story

    Monday Sep 15 | The Nation

    SAIYAI SAKAWEE, chief marketing officer at MSeed Asia, said that she though she normally drives, she prefers using a taxi because it's easier to just jump in and out, and she doesn't have to fight for a parking space. "Of course, cabbies turn clients down a lot, but using an app means a car is guaranteed.

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  10. Thai 'smart' farmers lead drive to boost productionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 13 | The Nation

    Younger, single seedlings are transplanted using a mechanical transplanter in Tron district, Uttaradit province under the system of rice intensification. Two Thai provinces where rice production is considered "insecure and vulnerable" by officials are being targeted for inclusion in a study project working to improve crop standards of rice farmers throughout the region.

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  11. KL agrees to continue talks support roleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 | Bangkok Post

    Malaysia has agreed to continue its supporting role in future talks between Thailand and southern separatists, National Security Council chief Thawil Pliensri said yesterday. Mr Thawil said after returning from Kuala Lumpur that the Malaysian government supported efforts to restart talks and that it would help to arrange future meetings.

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  12. Demand for luxury condos strong despite downturnRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 | The Nation

    Ritz-Carton Residences, 185 Rajadumri, Sukhothai Residences are top three luxury condominium who offer price rank between Bt300,000 and Bt400,000 per square metre. Although the economy is expected to grow by less than 2 per cent this year, demand for luxury condominiums in Bangkok remains strong, according to property agencies CB Richard Ellis and the Agency for Real Estate Affairs.

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  13. 4 dead, 6 hurt in Pattani attack...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 | Bangkok Post

    Suspected militants killed four people and wounded six others when they launched a gun and bomb attack on a government agency in Khok Pho district Thursday. An unknown number of assailants arrived at the Magood Tambon Administration Organisation office in cars and on motorcycles and sprayed bullets into the facility shortly before noon.

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  14. Five killed in Thailand violenceRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 11 | Newkerala.com

    Five people were killed and five others injured in a gun and bomb attack in Pattani, a violence-ridden province in southern Thailand Thursday. The attack on a government office in Khok Pho district took place shortly before noon, leaving both government officials and civilians dead or wounded, Xinhua cited the Bangkok Post as quoting Khok Pho police investigator Surin Chhomwarathayee.

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  15. Soldiers let energy marchers proceedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 7 | Bangkok Post

    Ever wary of being arrested, members of the Partnership for Energy Reform , on a 1,400-kilometre march from Songkhla to Bangkok, have decided to continue their campaign by sending out just two people at a time. Two energy-reform activists are stopped by soldiers in Chumphon's Lang Suan district on Sunday, but released and allowed to continue their protest march to Bangklok.

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  16. Big hands wait for big heartRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 4 | Bangkok Post

    For 20 years, Duangjai Samaksamarn remained hidden from the world. Ashamed of a disfiguring congenital condition, she remained a recluse, never attending school, never marrying.

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  17. MCOT tackles Channel 3 crisisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 4 | Bangkok Post

    MCOT Plc, the concession owner of Bangkok Entertainment Co's Channel 3, has offered a contract revision that would allow the analogue channel to do simulcast broadcasting in a bid to help resolve the controversial issue. While MCOT is trying to resolve the issue, the telecom regulator plans to send a letter next Monday to inform satellite and cable TV operators to drop Channel 3 from their platforms within 15 days.

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  18. World's largest hands?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 3 | Fox News

    A woman from Thailand is living with a rare condition that has made her hands grow to nearly 21 pounds each, the Daily Mirror reported.

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  19. The woman with the 'biggest HANDS in the world': Three stone hands...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 3 | Daily Mail

    Anatomy of Jihadi John's killing spree: How intelligence experts will forensically comb the two ISIS beheading videos for clues in hunt for world's most wanted man 'Once you lose hope you lose heart... someone tells you ''say this'' and you say it': Terror captive says beheading victims would have been 'compliant' until the very end Revealed: ... (more)

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  20. Woman with world's largest hands that weigh stone and a half EACHRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 3 | Mirror.co.uk

    After surgery only served to make her condition worse, some doctors have suggested the only possible solution would be to cut Duangjays Samaksamamhands' off Meet the woman who doctors believe has the 'world's biggest hands' - weighing almost one and a half stone each.

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