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  • Som Tam Thai Made into Ice Cream
    TRANG, June 14 (TNA) – A cafe with an unusual name, “Ice C U,” has introduced a unique menu item: “Som Tam Thai Ice Cream.” This spicy and creamy concoction has been a hit with customers, selling out in less than two months. The cafe, located in Trang, is owned by 39-year-old Suwit Laksawut, a […]

    TRANG, June 14 (TNA) – A cafe with an unusual name, “Ice C U,” has introduced a unique menu item: “Som Tam Thai Ice Cream.” This spicy and creamy concoction has been a hit with customers, selling out in less than two months. The cafe, located in Trang, is owned by 39-year-old Suwit Laksawut, a jewelry design graduate who returned home seven months ago to open a small som tam cafe amidst his…

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    14 June 14 2024
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=1378735
  • “Talk with Srettha” to Air First Episode Soon
    BANGKOK, June 14 (TNA) – Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin set to launch “Talk with Srettha” program with plans to broadcast every third Saturday of the month. The government is set to launch a new program titled “Talk with Srettha,” aimed at engaging with the public. The program is scheduled to air on the third Saturday […]

    BANGKOK, June 14 (TNA) – Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin set to launch “Talk with Srettha” program with plans to broadcast every third Saturday of the month. The government is set to launch a new program titled “Talk with Srettha,” aimed at engaging with the public. The program is scheduled to air on the third Saturday of each month for approximately 30 minutes, from 8:00 AM to 8:30 AM on…

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    14 June 14 2024
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=1378568
  • Investigation Launched into Conscripts’ Salaries Deduction
    BANGKOK, June 14 (TNA) – An investigation has been launched by Thailand’s Second Army Region after a leaked document allegedly showing deductions from new conscripts’ salaries, including a 500 Baht fee for septic tank pumping sparked criticism online. The Facebook page “E-Sor Crushing News 3” released a document claiming to show the expense account for […]

    BANGKOK, June 14 (TNA) – An investigation has been launched by Thailand’s Second Army Region after a leaked document allegedly showing deductions from new conscripts’ salaries, including a 500 Baht fee for septic tank pumping sparked criticism online. The Facebook page “E-Sor Crushing News 3” released a document claiming to show the expense account for new conscripts of a specific unit.

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    14 June 14 2024
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=1378511
  • Seized Oil-Smuggling Boats Missing in Chonburi
    CHONBURI, June 13 (TNA) – Three seized oil-smuggling boats carrying over 330,000 liters of illegal oil have gone missing from the Sattahip Naval Police pier in Chon Buri province. The three seized vessels are the JP with around 80,000 liters of seized oil and 7 crew members, the Seahorse with around 150,000 liters of oil […]

    CHONBURI, June 13 (TNA) – Three seized oil-smuggling boats carrying over 330,000 liters of illegal oil have gone missing from the Sattahip Naval Police pier in Chon Buri province. The three seized vessels are the JP with around 80,000 liters of seized oil and 7 crew members, the Seahorse with around 150,000 liters of oil and 6 crew, and the Daorung with around 100,000 liters of oil and 5 crew.

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    13 June 13 2024
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=1378188
  • Over 5,000 Animals Dead; Bangkok Governor Orders Animal Sale Suspension
    BANGKOK, June 13 (TNA) – Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sittipunt has announced a suspension of the pet market operations after the fire on Tuesday killed over 5,000 animals. Bangkok Governor addressed the fire at Srisamorn Market, located within the responsibility of the State Railway of Thailand but overseen by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration. Governor Chadchart announced […]

    BANGKOK, June 13 (TNA) – Bangkok Governor Chadchart Sittipunt has announced a suspension of the pet market operations after the fire on Tuesday killed over 5,000 animals. Bangkok Governor addressed the fire at Srisamorn Market, located within the responsibility of the State Railway of Thailand but overseen by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration. Governor Chadchart announced a…

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    13 June 13 2024
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=1377972
  • BOT Maintains Policy Rate At 2.5%
    The Bank of Thailand (BOT)’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voted 6 to 1 on Wednesday to maintain the policy rate at 2.50 percent while the Thai economy is projected to expand by 2.6 and 3.0 percent in 2024 and 2025, respectively.

    BANGKOK, June 13 (TNA) — The Bank of Thailand (BOT)’s Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) voted 6 to 1 on Wednesday to maintain the policy rate at 2.50 percent while the Thai economy is projected to expand by 2.6 and 3.0 percent in 2024 and 2025, respectively. Mr Piti Disyatat, Secretary of the Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) announced the outcome of the meeting that the Committee votes 6 to 1 to…

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    13 June 13 2024
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=1377915
  • Supreme Administrative Court Dismisses Orange Line Case
    BANGKOK, June 12 (TNA) – The Supreme Administrative Court has confirmed the legality of the investment invitation for the Orange Line project, which has been delayed for four years. The court upheld the Central Administrative Court’s decision to dismiss the case filed by Bangkok Mass Transit System Public Company Limited (BTSC). The case aimed to […]

    BANGKOK, June 12 (TNA) – The Supreme Administrative Court has confirmed the legality of the investment invitation for the Orange Line project, which has been delayed for four years. The court upheld the Central Administrative Court’s decision to dismiss the case filed by Bangkok Mass Transit System Public Company Limited (BTSC). The case aimed to cancel the May 24, 2022…

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    12 June 12 2024
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=1377733
  • Animal Welfare Questioned After Fire at Pet Market
    BANGKOK, June 12 (TNA) – Firefighters had to cut through padlocks to rescue a surviving chicken from a pre-dawn fire that broke out in the Srisomrat Pet Market in Bangkok on Tuesday. Out of dozens of chickens in the shop, only one survived. The rescued chicken was given oxygen on the Department of Livestock Development’s […]

    BANGKOK, June 12 (TNA) – Firefighters had to cut through padlocks to rescue a surviving chicken from a pre-dawn fire that broke out in the Srisomrat Pet Market in Bangkok on Tuesday. Out of dozens of chickens in the shop, only one survived. The rescued chicken was given oxygen on the Department of Livestock Development’s mobile emergency veterinary vehicle. Despite the low survival rate…

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    12 June 12 2024
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=1377633
  • Constitutional Court to Deliberate on MFP Dissolution on June 18
    BANGKOK, June 12 (TNA) – The Constitutional Court will deliberate on dissolving the Move Forward Party on June 18 and orders the Election Commission to submit more evidence by June 17. The petition, filed by the EC, alleges that there is credible evidence suggesting that the Move Forward Party engaged in activities aimed at overthrowing […]

    BANGKOK, June 12 (TNA) – The Constitutional Court will deliberate on dissolving the Move Forward Party on June 18 and orders the Election Commission to submit more evidence by June 17. The petition, filed by the EC, alleges that there is credible evidence suggesting that the Move Forward Party engaged in activities aimed at overthrowing the democratic system with the King as Head of State.

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    12 June 12 2024
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=1377579
  • Supreme Court Upholds Prison Sentences for MPs in Proxy Voting Case
    BNAGKOK, June 12 (TNA) – The Supreme Court has upheld nine-month prison sentences for three Bhumjaithai Party MPs convicted of proxy voting, dismissing their appeal as groundless. The MPs, Chalong Thoetwiraphong, Phumsit Khongmi, and Natee Ratchakitprakarn, were found guilty of allowing others to use their electronic voting cards during a 2020 parliamentary session on the […]

    BNAGKOK, June 12 (TNA) – The Supreme Court has upheld nine-month prison sentences for three Bhumjaithai Party MPs convicted of proxy voting, dismissing their appeal as groundless. The MPs, Chalong Thoetwiraphong, Phumsit Khongmi, and Natee Ratchakitprakarn, were found guilty of allowing others to use their electronic voting cards during a 2020 parliamentary session on the budget bill.

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    12 June 12 2024
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    https://tna.mcot.net/?p=1377413