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SOCIAL TRAUMA

Alcohol Control Bill to be considered by Cabinet

Health minister out to push for new regulations after FDA ban invalidated




Anti-gambling crusader's aide shot dead in Dusit

The Bangkok police are continuing investigations into the murder on Sunday night of a man with close ties to one of the city's active anti-gambling crusaders.





Defiant Bo Bae Market traders clash with police

Around 500 Bo Bae Market clothing vendors clashed with police yesterday morning as they defied orders to move to a nearby disused cinema building.



70 hurt in Phichit train crash

More than 70 passengers were injured when two trains collided in Phichit early yesterday.



Mahathir's son calls for reconciliation

Former Malaysian premier Mahathir Mohamad's son, who helped facilitate a series of meetings between senior Thai officials and separatist leaders, has urged ethnic Malay Muslims in the South to reconcile their differences with the Thai state through peaceful means.

DEEP SOUTH

Over 1,000 schools closed

Narathiwat, Yala teachers follow Pattani colleagues



Last 110 tsunami bodies to be buried

The last 110 unidentified bodies of tsunami victims will be buried next month, nearly two years after the giant waves hit Thailand's Andaman shores.



Stateless people to get access to free healthcare too

The National Health Security Office is to extend the state's healthcare system to about 700,000 stateless people who have been left out of the scheme since it began several years ago.



Petrol pumps set to open around clock

The Energy Ministry will today ask the Cabinet to allow petrol stations to open around the clock from December 1.






Top Stories



Three bombs blast Phuket

Martial law to be kept in 7 provinces

Poi Pet lures Thai lottery gamblers

Group targets underage drinking near Thai Chamber of Commerce Uni

AOT 'must sort out compensation within 2 months'


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