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At least nine people were killed Tuesday and 18 others injured when a building under construction at a hospital in Thailand's Samut Prakan province collapsed. The accident took place around 11.30 a.m., the Nation reported.
He however refused to elaborate on the plan, saying there would be an announcement today. Nuttawut, also deputy commerce minister, said the move was aimed at promoting next Sunday's election, and would be peaceful. Meanwhile, the red shirts' Twitter
Pongkarn is the owner of Pongkarn Alliance Co Ltd, a nutrition company. He was about to board flight PG931, scheduled to leave Bangkok at 7.55am to Phnom Penh. Caretaker Transport Minister Chadchart Sittipunt attributed the flame to the combustion of
06 pm Thai Airways of Thailand said Sunday that it would operate as usual on Monday. However, the ticketing offices at the headoffice on Vibhavadi-Rangsit Road as well as the Government Centre would be closed. Passengers can contact the offices on
The airline said reservations during those three days could be made via its 24-hour call centre (1771), on www.bangkokair.com, or at the Bangkok Airways ticket office on the sixth floor at Suvarnabhumi Airport. Meanwhile, the National Broadcasting
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The day began with some 1,000 protesters, led by ex-Democrat MP Charoon Youngprapakorn, who took over the provincial hall. Charoon delivered a fiery speech attacking the Thaksin regime, while protesters blocked traffic causing congestion on Sukhumvit
Protesters are now gathering outside the premise in Nonthaburi. Permanent Secretary Srirat Rastapana said in a statement that all 4,000 officers inside the premise would be protected. There is no instruction for officers to leave office yet, pending
The AOT board has approved a Bt100 rise in passenger service charges (PSC) to Bt200 for domestic passengers and to Bt800 for international passengers against cost of Bt335 per passenger for domestic and Bt556 for international. The Bt100 rise for
When raising the passenger service charge (PSC), it is necessary to consider all the consequences, and not just AOT 's operating costs or financial performance, he said. The Department of Civil Aviation will consider the proposed increase next month.