Labour Minister Carries out PM Orders for MOL Officials and Staff to Work from Home to Prevent Covid-19

  Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin reported that the Ministry of Labour has carried out the Prime Minister’s orders for government officials and workers in the department to work from home to help the nation prevent and control the Covid-19 pandemic outbreaks until the situation resolves. On April 14, 2021, Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin spoke about […]

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Labour Minister Explains Online Registration Process to Insured Persons at Risk to Get Covid-19 Screenings Starting April 17 at the Thai-Japan Youth Center in Din Daeng, Bangkok

On April 14, 2021, Labour Minister Mr. Suchart Chomklin reported that in the past week, cases of people infected with Covid-19 have increased in the country. Many cases are linked to entertainment establishments, pubs, and bars. The NHSO has notified that people at risk of Covid-19 can be screened in all public and private hospitals nationwide to […]

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Myanmar Security Forces Ram Bike Rally Leader with Unmarked Car

Security forces in Myanmar arrested the leader of an anti-coup motorcycle rally Thursday after ramming him with an unmarked car, while police and military killed eight and arrested 30 protesters nationwide in the past 24 hours, sources in the country told RFA. The 25-year-old Muslim activist Wai Moe Naing had been one of the most […]

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Progressive early years education with the proof in the pudding

Progressive learning is something very new, even alien to most people, especially in Asian countries which focus very much on test results and rankings. But even though it is a fairly new concept for many, more and more schools in Thailand are being founded on the concept of learning through play, child-centered education or Phenomenon-based […]

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Joint Efforts to Stop Policy Corruption

Representatives of the public and private sectors, academics, and members of the public are working together in their joint efforts to stop policy corruption in Thai society.   They joined a seminar on policy corruption, held recently by the Office of the National Anti-Corruption Commission (NACC), to exchange views and offer recommendations on guidelines for adopting mechanisms […]

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Five People Killed In Bus Fire In North-Eastern Thailand

BANGKOK, Apr 14 (NNN-TNA) – Five people were killed in a blaze, aboard a double-decker bus, in north-eastern Thailand, early yesterday, police said. Two of the five victims were children, who were seated on the top deck, when the bus caught fire, on Mittraphap Road, in Ban Haet district of Khon Kaen province, said provincial […]

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