Archive For 29th June 2019

Eight Arrested In Khon Kaen Over Doraemon Copyright Violation

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Eight Arrested In Khon Kaen Over Doraemon Copyright Violation

  Police arrested a woman and seven of her employees after they found Bt300,000 worth of goods in her warehouse in Khon Kaen’s Chumpae district that violated the Doraemon copyright. Supatra Larthoom, 37, and her workers were arrested after police searched her warehouse in Moo 1 village in Tambon Nong Khalid at noon on Friday….

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Woman Had Tip Of Dental Tool Embedded In Gum For Five Years

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Woman Had Tip Of Dental Tool Embedded In Gum For Five Years

  A team of four dentists from Khon Kaen University’s Faculty of Dentistry on Friday removed the tip of a dental tool that had been left embedded in a 33-year-old Thai woman’s gum after a procedure five years ago.   Mukdahan resident Krittika Ritthikhan, was accompanied by her husband Pol Captain Pornthawee Ritthikhan at a…

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41 Percent Of Vegetables In Thai Markets Exceed Contamination Standards

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41 Percent Of Vegetables In Thai Markets Exceed Contamination Standards

Pesticide watchdog Thai-PAN has today (Wednesday) published its most recent survey, which reveals that 41% of all vegetables in Thailand’s fresh markets are contaminated with chemical pesticides to a level that exceeds internationally acceptable standards. 12 types of banned chemicals were also discovered. Ms. Prokchol Ousap, coordinator of Thailand Pesticide Alert Network (Thai-PAN), reported that…

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Big Joke REMOVED From Police Rules Committee Just Hours After Appointment

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Big Joke REMOVED From Police Rules Committee Just Hours After Appointment

Former head of Immigration and one time poster boy of the Royal Thai Police Lt-Gen Surachate Hakparn has been removed from a rules and procedures committee.   A high level meeting chaired by Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Gen Prawit Wongsuwan and attended by police top brass decided to replace the man known as…

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Seven Injured In Khon Kaen Minivan And Trailer Crashed

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Seven Injured In Khon Kaen Minivan And Trailer Crashed

Seven passengers have been rescued after a minivan collided with a trailer in Khon Kaen, northeast of Thailand.   Chumphae rescue workers were notified of the incident on Maliwan Road in Chumphae, Khon Kaen yesterday. They arrived to find the minivan slammed into the rear end of the trailer truck. The minivan’s left hand side was…

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The Mother Of All U-Turns? Prawit Names Big Joke On Police Rules Committee

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The Mother Of All U-Turns? Prawit Names Big Joke On Police Rules Committee

Image: Daily News   Just days after Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister General Prawit Wongsuwan said that Big Joke’s days in the police force were over comes news that suggests the contrary.   Daily News said it was “hilarious” that Lt-Gen Surachate Hakparn – the former poster boy of the Royal Thai Police who…

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Hot Head Teen In Custody Over “Bike Rev” Stabbing In Khon Kaen

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Hot Head Teen In Custody Over “Bike Rev” Stabbing In Khon Kaen

Image: Thairath   Thai Rath reported that police in Khon Kaen had arrested an 18 year old man after a stabbing in the north eastern Thai city.   The teen had chased a man on his motorcycle and after his rival came off in a collision with a car he went up to him and…

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Increased Rain Forecast Across Most Of The Country Until Thursday

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Increased Rain Forecast Across Most Of The Country Until Thursday

The Meteorological Department issued its 7th weather warning for this week at 5am on Tuesday. nfall with isolated heavy showers in parts of the Northern, Northeastern, Central, Eastern and Southern regions of Thailand until Thursday, due to a monsoon trough passing over the Northern regions of Laos and Vietnam, coupled with the Southwestern monsoon looming…

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Senders Of Parcels Warned Not To Post 7 Prohibited Items Or Face Legal Action

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Senders Of Parcels Warned Not To Post 7 Prohibited Items Or Face Legal Action

Members of the public using postal services are warned not to mail seven prohibited items or face legal action. They are also advised not to lend their ID cards to strangers for use in the mailing of their packages. The renewed warning was issued by state-run Thailand Post Company after police recently found that drug…

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A Year Later, Thailand’s Rescued ‘Cave Boys’ Honour Diver Who Died

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A Year Later, Thailand’s Rescued ‘Cave Boys’ Honour Diver Who Died

  The Thai football team trapped in a cave fro 17 days returned there on Monday to perform Buddhist rituals honourning a former navy diver killed in the dramatic effort to rescue them that captivated the world. A year after their ordeal, the team of 12, wearing yellow T-shirts, accompanied by their coach, gave alms…

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