Rice farmers will get Bt20,000 to delay sale of their crops

Starting next Tuesday, Bank of Agriculture and Agricultural Cooperatives (BAAC) will be paying rice farmers 1,000 baht per 0.16 hectares, up to a maximum of Bt20,000 per household, under the…

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A painting of the lord Buddha on the wall of the Sim ordination hall of Wat Yang Thuang, Maha Sarakham province. (Photo by Phoowadon Duangmee)

Sensuous sanctity and an Isaan soul

The unique Buddhist art on the walls of Isaan’s traditional ordination hall reveals the soul of the Isaan people. From the front door, the ordination hall of Wat Yang Thuang…

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Summer storm warnings for most of Thailand on Thursday

People living in Bangkok and the rest of the country, with the exception of the south, are advised to brace for thunder storms, strong winds, hail and possible lightning strikes…

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Most of Thailand will see summer storms from Sunday through Wednesday

Many provinces in Thailand’s northern, north-eastern, eastern and central regions are forecast to be hit by summer storms, with strong winds and hail in some areas, from tomorrow through Wednesday,…

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Over 4,700 villages in Thailand remain flooded

More than 4,700 villages across the country remain flooded, with over 400,000 households affected, as floodwaters recede, according to the Department of Public Disaster Prevention and Mitigation. The provinces which…

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3 oarsmen missing hours after capsize during boat race on Chi River

Three oarsmen are still missing after their boat crashed into a bridge support and capsized during a longboat race on the Chi River in Muang district of the north-eastern province…

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Customs officials seize 8 tonnes of imported pork in Maha Sarakham

Thai customs officials seized about eight tonnes of frozen pork, worth about 1.6 million baht, from two trucks in Kantharalak district of the north-eastern province of Maha Sarakham yesterday (Wednesday)….

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Toddlers sitting in pre-school exam in Maha Sarakham to get points deducted for crying

Thailand’s Internet was rocked Thursday after a school’s announcement went viral. It said that three points will be deducted in a preschool entrance exam if students cry during the test….

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Thailand’s Progressive Movement wins 38 mayoral seats in Sunday’s sub-district elections

Progressive Movement leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit said today (Monday), that he is pleased and proud with the movement’s achievement in the Sub-district (Tambon) Administrative Organization (TAO) elections on Sunday, which saw…

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Thai provinces facing floods as storm Conson makes landfall in Vietnam

Flash floods and heavy rain have hit many provinces of Thailand as tropical storm Conson made landfall in Vietnam’s Quang Ngai early on Sunday, according to Thailand’s Meteorological Department. Thai…

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First Thai doctor succumbs to COVID-19

Maha Sarakham provincial health office today reported the death of Dr. Panya Harnpanichpun, the first Thai doctor to die from COVID-19. According to the office’s Facebook post, Dr. Panya, 66,…

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2 districts of Maha Sarakham declared Red Zones as Thailand records 795 new COVID-19 cases today

The Muang and Kantharavichai districts of the northeastern province of Maha Sarakham have been declared Red Zones, and 17 high-risk venues have been closed, after a cluster of 21 COVID-19…

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