Deputy Labour Minister Enhances Potential of People with Autism to Create Careers

On April 2, 2021, Deputy Labour Minister Prof. Narumon Pinyosinwat commenced an Online World Autism Awareness Day and visited the work and career preparation system for people with autism, cognitive and learning disabilities, and Autism Thai Foundation. She also observed a performance showing the potential of autistic persons and listened to a report on driving and […]

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MOL, SEC and Network Organize CSR Initiatives to Promote Opportunities for People with Disabilities

On April 2, 2021, Deputy Labour Minister Prof. Narumon Pinyosinwat chaired the press conference in cooperation in the form of a dialogue between the Ministry of Labour’s Department of Skill Development, The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the Department of Empowerment of Persons with Disabilities, the Disabilities Association of Thailand and Central Group. The event was a […]

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Five People Killed In House Collapse In Bangkok

BANGKOK, Apr 4 (NNN-TNA) – Five people were killed, due to a blaze and collapse of a three-story house in Bangkok, yesterday. A firefighter, three rescue workers and a resident of the gutted house were killed at the scene, and six others were seriously injured, according to Bangkok Governor, Aswin Kwanmuang, who scrambled to the […]

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Cryptocurrency gains momentum in Thailand, across globe     

Proponents of cryptocurrency are celebrating after the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reached a conclusion on how to regulate trading of the asset in Thailand. “Very glad to see this outcome. It seems to be a very highly anticipated decision, and a lot of members of the public have written to the SEC regarding this […]

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First foreign tourists in over a year arrive in Phuket

A group of foreign tourists, mostly German, arrived on Thailand’s popular resort island of Phuket on Saturday. They are the first in more than a year. They are here under the “Sandbox” travel bubble program, which is aimed at gradually reopening Thailand to foreign arrivals as the COVID-19 situation improves. The visitors flew from Frankfurt […]

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Thailand’s path to a democratic charter becoming vicious circle

The push to change the junta-sponsored Constitution is back at square one after the amendment bill paving the way for a charter rewrite was shot down in its final reading last month. This week will see political parties propose draft bills to amend the charter chapter by chapter, which should be easier and faster than […]

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Demonstrators of various political shades rally together to demand PM’s ouster

Hundreds of people, many of them wearing red shirts, are gathered in Bangkok’s Santiporn Park on Ratchadamnoen Avenue today (Sunday), where the Black May memorial is located, to show their opposition to Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha. The event was organized by the committee representing relatives of protesters killed by troops in May 1992, during their […]

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