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Leicester City

Fantastic foxes



It’s a time for celebrations - as much in Leicester as in Thailand - as the Thai-owned club does the incredible by winning the english premiership. The Nation’s Kitinan Sanguansak traces the..

LCFC

Vichai’s leadership a key factor in the fairy-tale triumph

If you had wandered around the King Power Stadium and told Leicester City fans 12 months ago that they would win the English..

“Bangkok Light of Happiness” project

Top BMA officials face action

BANGKOK Governor MR Sukhumbhand Paribatra and eight other officials could be facing legal action over alleged corruption in their..

drought

No respite from heat; rains may be delayed

Meteorologists warn of higher temperatures; air too arid and will stop formation of rain bearing clouds

CDC chief ready to visit even sensitive areas to discuss the constitution draft

CHIEF CONSTITUTION writer Meechai Ruchupan maintained yesterday that the drafters would not circumvent politically sensitive areas..

LOCAL COLOUR

Rites of passage

A village in Surin province marks the ordination of its young men with a parade on elephant back.

Leicester Sponsors

Sponsorship deal a win-win relationship

IT HAS PROVED to be a particularly worthwhile investment being a sponsor of English football club..

Outlook

New CEO at SCG seeks surge in region

THE NEW chief executive of SCG, Roongrote Rangsiyopash, wants his industrial group to match or..

Fine

AWN faces fines if it doesn’t fulfil number-portability requests

THE TELECOM regulator will start slapping a daily fine of Bt2.5 million on Advanced Info Service’s..

Business Plan

SCB mulls partnerships to boost units

SIAM COMMERCIAL BANK (SCB) is exploring partnership solutions to help strengthen its subsidiaries..

Retail

Govt pushed for retail measures



THE RETAIL industry now expects to grow by only 2.8 per cent this year instead of around 3 per cent,..


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CHIEF CONSTITUTION writer Meechai Ruchupan maintained yesterday that the drafters would not..

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Elephants will once again be contributing to Buddhist rituals later this month. Surin Province in Northeast Thailand hosts its annual ordination parade on elephant back from May 18 to 20. Photos/.. Read more

The ordination parade heads to the..

The ordination parade heads to the temple. Surin Province in Northeast Thailand hosts its annual ordination parade on elephant back from May 18 to 20. Photos/ Thanissorn Luckchai

The ordination parade heads to the..

The ordination parade heads to the temple. Surin Province in Northeast Thailand hosts its annual ordination parade on elephant back from May 18 to 20. Photos/ Thanissorn Luckchai

A young woman dances as she celebrates..

A young woman dances as she celebrates the unique ordination and elephant parade in Surin province. Surin Province in Northeast Thailand hosts its annual ordination parade on elephant back from May 18..

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A village in Surin province marks the ordination of its young men with a parade on elephant back.

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