Archive For October 6, 2018

Disruption To Khon Kaen Times Articles

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Due to a family bereavement we will be unable to publish articles on a daily basis for the rest of this month. However, we will do our best to keep the disruption to a minimum. Sorry for any disappointment caused to our regular followers but we hope that you understand.  

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Thailand-Only Very Remote Chance Of Tsunami

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Thailand-Only Very Remote Chance Of Tsunami

The chance of an imminent repeat tsunami in the Andaman Sea is remote, while the tsunami risk in the Gulf of Thailand is even smaller to nearly impossible, say leading seismologists in the wake of public tsunami fears triggered by the recent devastation in Indonesia. Nevertheless, say experts, the authorities, business sector and citizens in…

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Mysterious Deaths In Isan Village Down To Alcohol And Booze Rather Than Ogres Or Ghosts Say Doctors

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Mysterious Deaths In Isan Village Down To Alcohol And Booze Rather Than Ogres Or Ghosts Say Doctors

Expert medical staff in Thailand’s north east have confirmed that a spate of unexplained deaths in a village in Kalasin are not the work of an angry group of ogres or ghosts of evil widows. Villagers in Ban Phu Hang had started taking extraordinary precautions after five people died in a few weeks. Men were…

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Angry Father Shoots Man In Tesco Lotus After Warning Him To Stay Away From His Daughter

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Angry Father Shoots Man In Tesco Lotus After Warning Him To Stay Away From His Daughter

A Thai father who had repeatedly warned a man to stay away from his daughter shot at him then fired into his pick-up in the parking lot of Tesco Lotus in Nakorn Pathom yesterday. Police captain Wasan Tangtham found a lot of blood in a bakery at Lotus where U-Then had fled following the shooting….

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On World Animal Day, It’s Time To End Elephant Polo

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On World Animal Day, It’s Time To End Elephant Polo

World Animal Day falls today, October 4, and while it’s hard to know which animal rights issue will go viral over the next few hours, PETA Asia’s efforts to persuade the Minor Hotel Group to stop organising the King’s Cup Elephant Polo Tournament in Thailand have already garnered worldwide attention. Our recent expose showing that…

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Thai “Caveman” Has Given Up On Thai Women And Welcomes Foreign Ladies To His New “Home”

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Thai “Caveman” Has Given Up On Thai Women And Welcomes Foreign Ladies To His New “Home”

A Thai blogger who lives in a cave has defended his lifestyle saying that he is doing nothing wrong. Pictures of him with foreign women were posted on his Facebook page – though one in a state of undress in his cave has since been deleted after some adverse comment from netizens. The man in…

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Tsunami Fears:- Report Shows That Tourists Would Be In Trouble If Giant Wave Hits Thailand Again

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Tsunami Fears:- Report Shows That Tourists Would Be In Trouble If Giant Wave Hits Thailand Again

Following the devastating earthquake and massive tsunami that hit Indonesia on Friday the Thai media have asked the question: Is Thailand prepared for another tsunami? The answer is mixed. On the one hand the alarm warning systems seem to be working and loud enough. But on the other, signage erected after the 2004 Asia wide…

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Ronnie O’Sullivan To Live With Budhist Monks In Thailand For Three Months

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Ronnie O’Sullivan To Live With Budhist Monks In Thailand For Three Months

RONNIE O’SULLIVAN plans on cutting out his legendary rages – by learning from Buddhist monks! The Rocket’s amazing snooker career is matched only by his spectacular bust-ups. He has head-butted press officers, destroyed dressing rooms, admitted to “pushing his luck” with drugs and suffered with drink and depression. O’Sullivan’s most recent clash came when he…

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Thai League 2 Results And Final Table

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Thai League 2 Results And Final Table

The final promotion place was settled in a pulsating game at Khon Kaen.  The home side knew nothing short of victory would do and took an early lead with a great free-kick. However, Chiang Mai, who only needed a point, hit back with two quick goals to lead at the interval. Khon Kaen laid siege…

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Warning Of Chikungunya Fever Risks

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Warning Of Chikungunya Fever Risks

The Department of Disease Control (DDC) has warned the general public, especially those in the southern region, to be cautious of Chikungunya fever risk during the rainy season. The DDC Director-General, Suwannachai Wattanayingcharoenchai, revealed that there has already been 355 cases of patients with Chikungunya fever in 2018, with southern provinces, namely Satun, Narathiwat, Songkhla,…

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