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Wed, March 21, 2007 : Last updated 21:22 pm (Thai local time)



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NORTHERN SMOG CRISIS

Authorities to get tough on outdoor burning

Evacuation mulled for those in hard-hit areas; fire-fighters rounded up to assist




Cabinet approves cash aid for affected fish farmers

The Cabinet yesterday approved a Bt50 million budget to provide financial relief to people affected by water pollution in Angthong and Ayutthaya.





Applicants swamp popular high schools

Famous secondary schools have attracted a huge number of applicants far in excess of available places.



Bt42m for Tak Bai

The Defence Ministry paid Bt42 million in compensation yesterday to relatives of 79 people killed in the Tak Bai tragedy three years ago.



Surin faces questioningover Kularb

Surin Upatkoon, a former major shareholder of Kularb Kaew, has been summoned by police for questioning over charges of violating the foreign business law by holding Kularb Kaew's shares on behalf of Singapore's Temasek Holdings.

IN BREIF

Ua athorn:Full AEC probe sought

A new panel was likely to be set up this month to look into alleged irregularities in the Ua Athorn housing project, Assets Examination Committee (AEC) member Kaewsan Atibhodi said yesterday.



HM the King to receive cultural honour

The Cabinet yesterday agreed that an appellation be bestowed upon His Majesty the King to mark his extensive contribution to the conservation and promotion of Thai culture.

SOUTHERN VIOLENCE

Queen offers to expand sanctuary

Planned expansion of royal project areas designed to protect at-risk workers



29 killed as bus crashes downhill

Twenty-nine people were killed and dozens injured yesterday when a Bangkok-bound bus caught fire and careered down a hill.



First private psychiatric asylum aims to boost care

When a person is found to be mentally ill, the cure is usually admittance to a private hospital and confinement to bed with nothing to do except watch TV.



Cock-fighting birds likely culprit in Mukdahan H5N1 outbreak

The latest bird flu epidemic in the northeastern province of Mukdahan was most likely to have come from Sawannakhet province in Laos through illegal cock-fighting tours, health officials said yesterday.






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More troops and curfews for South

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