Government rice contract under scrutiny

Thailand’s National Anti-Corruption Commission NACC on Wednesday said irregularities have been found in a government-to-government rice contract as the payment figure was unusually low.

ASEAN needs a roadmap for Education

Since the inception of ASEAN, parties to it have aspired to develop close ties among themselves in the areas that hold social and economic values. Education is among many important items waiting to be achieved to consolidate the ASEAN region both economically and culturally.

Floods hit southern province of Surat Thani,

Continuous rain has caused flooding in five districts in the southern province of Surat Thani, affecting 8,500 households and over 27,000 residents

Thailand to Straighten out the problem of illegal workers

Thailand has now taken steps to straighten out the problem of illegal workers in Thailand since many of them have been working in the country without authorization. Migrant workers have, in fact, been helping Thailand cope with labor shortages in some industries that do not demand high levels of expertise.

Thailand, Philippines to expand trade and cooperation

Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra and Philippine President Benigno S. Aquino III pledged to strengthen bilateral ties and expand broad-based cooperation.

Four projects to prevent flooding in Thailand

The Department of Royal Irrigation is trying to start its new canal…
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Thai PM vows to fight corruption

Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra vowed to fight against corruption in an anti-corruption campaign which took place at Lumpini Park in Bangkok with many important political figures joining the bandwagon.

Floods in Thailand create Diseases and Anxiety

The Ministry of Public Health revealed that almost 400,000 people had fallen ill from water borne diseases as floods continue to wreak havoc across the nation.