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  1. HM the King bestows polo shirts on Thai subjects BANGKOK, 24 July 2017 (NNT) - His Majesty King Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun has given black polo shirts to people in all provinces ahead of his royal birthday anniversary, July 28th. His Majesty the King has designated Air Marshal Pakdee Saeng-xuto as his representative to deliver black shirts to the governors of 77 provinces nationwide. Each province receives 10,000 shirts to be distributed to members of the public and volunteers who help others in society. The shirts are designed to be worn during tribute activities for His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej. On the back of the shirt is “13 October 2016” which is the date the late monarch passed away, while on the front of the shirt are the words “HM the late King In Our Hearts for Eternity.” -- nnt 2017-07-24
  2. Indian musician plays guitar as doctors perform brain surgery By Zeyad Masroor Khan (Reuters) - Musician Abhishek Prasad strummed his guitar throughout his neurosurgery to help doctors zero in on the part of the brain being operated on during the first such procedure in India. Full story:
  3. B7.3mn insurance payout for Phuket bus crash victims The Phuket News The July 10 crash left two people dead and 23 injured. Photo: Eakkapop Thongtub PHUKET:-- A total of B7.3 million in insurance payouts has been made to the family of the two Chinese tourists killed when a bus crashed on Patong Hill on July 10. Full Story:
  4. UK soap star's four million baht Thai hospital bill - yet more fiction from "The Sun" The hospital on Samui treating a former UK soap star after he fell at a waterfall has hit back at UK media that suggested his treatment would be four million baht. Full story:
  5. Jobs forbidden for foreigners - Labor ministry says law is out of date and there will be changes The Labor Ministry as admitted that laws relating to what jobs should be reserved for Thais are well out of date. Full story:
  6. German man admits to Phuket girlfriend's murder Image: Thairath PHUKET:-- Thai Rath reported at 4.20pm on Tuesday that Nico Papke had finally admitted to the murder of his girlfriend in Phuket. Full story:
  7. Storms To Soak Thailand Throughout This Week By Asaree Thaitrakulpanich, Staff Reporter A flooded street Tuesday night in Yan Nawa district, Bangkok. BANGKOK — The kingdom will see another full week of rains as showers range from Chiang Mai to Yala. Full story:
  8. Para-troopers to train Phuket parasailing operators by ThaiPBS Phuket — Paratroopers will be invited to train parasailing operators in an effort to step up safety measures after an Australian tourist plunged to his death while flying on a parasailing chute into the sea at Kata Beach on July 12. Full story:
  9. Jet-setting former monk now ordered extradited to Thailand The Office of the Attorney-General is ready to form a team of attorneys to fly to the United States to escort the infamous former monk Luang Pu Nen Kham back to Thailand to face charges after the US court has ordered him to be extradited upon request by the Thai authorities. Full story:
  10. Phuket parasail operators ‘asked’ to impose ban, face full safety review Tanyaluk Sakoot PHUKET:-- The Governor of Phuket today called on parasail operators in Phuket to refrain from providing parasail rides at Phuket beaches until they all attend a mandatory safety review on Monday (July 17). Full Story:‘asked’-to-impose-ban-face-full-safety-review/
  11. Briton survives three days in the jungle after Samui waterfall plunge Image: Sanook KOH SAMUI:-- A British man who fell at a Koh Samui waterfall was found yesterday after being missing for three days. Full story:
  12. Here’s where Thailand ranked in a study on the world’s laziest countries US scientists have conducted a into the world fittest and least fittest countries. Full story:’s-where-thailand-ranked-in-a-study-on-the-world’s-laziest-countries/
  13. Thai/American teen says she was groped under water by two Cambodian staff on pleasure trip Five Cambodian men are helping Pattaya police with their enquiries after a thirteen year old complained she was groped. Full story:
  14. German Gets Arrest Warrant for Allegedly Killing Girlfriend By The Nation PHUKET: -- AN ARREST warrant has been issued for a German who allegedly killed his Thai girlfriend in Phuket early this month and slit his own throat during a police encounter on Sunday. Full story:
  15. Public pay respects to late King during long weekend BANGKOK, 10 July 2017 (NNT) – The Thai public are continuing to pay their respects to His late Majesty King Bhumibil Adulyadej at the Grand Palace during this long weekend. Sanam Luang was crowded with the masses, mostly parents who brought their child along, waiting to enter the Grand Palace to pay their respects to His late Majesty King Bhumibil Adulyadej during the religious holidays. Several youths said they cannot put their feelings into words for being able to pay their respects to the late King inside the Grand Palace, but they are grateful that they have the chance to do so, despite not being born during the time when the late King was actively helping the general public throughout the country, adding that they learned about His late Majesty's legacy through the royal projects. The general public are allowed to pay their respects to His late Majesty at Grand Palace, Bangkok, everyday from 5:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. -- nnt 2017-07-10
  16. Woman underwear driver survives as Phuket crash rips pickup truck apart Eakkapop Thongtub PHUKET: A woman wearing only underpants and a T-shirt has escaped serious injury after the pickup truck she was driving spun out of control in heavy rain in central Phuket just after midnight this morning (July 8) and struck a tree – which ripped the cab from the pickup and tore the engine out. Full story:
  17. Masked Men Storm Police Station To Assault Suspects Who Punched Cop By Teeranai Charuvastra, Staff Reporter BANGKOK — A police call to an altercation in northeastern Bangkok yesterday ended in a brawl that saw more than 20 people storming a police station and beating four men accused of punching a policeman. Full Story:
  18. Govt Backtracks Over Weak Basis For Threatening Facebook, Again By Sasiwan Mokkhasen, Staff Reporter Vice President of the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission Nathee Sukonrat, also a chairman of the committee on OTT media regulation, calls online video platforms to register with them or risk being declared illegal on June 27 at its headquarters in Bangkok. Photo: NBTC BANGKOK — Telecommunications regulators said Wednesday they decided to drop a registration deadline given to top foreign online platforms after finding flaws in their own enforcement. Full Story:
  19. Junta Romanticized In 'Love Missions' Military Drama By Asaree Thaitrakulpanich, Staff Reporter The military cast members of soap opera “Love Missions.” Photo: Wassana Nanuam / Facebook BANGKOK — A military-themed romantic soap opera premiered Saturday, inaugurating three months of the television show, which a mass media expert said is an attempt by the military government to rebrand itself and regain public popularity. Full Story:
  20. Horror in paradise - tourist digs up corpse on holiday beach in Koh Samui Image: Daily News Thai news media reported that a foreign tourist out sunbathing on popular Lamai beach in Samui found the corpse of a woman buried in the sand. Full Story:
  21. Mass ordination in honor of late King held in Pattani PATTANI, 3 July 2017 (NNT) - Pattani province has organized a mass ordination for Thai Sikhs of Indian descent in honor of His Majesty the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej and Her Majesty Queen Sirikit. At Wat Tani Nora Samoson in Mueang district, Pattani Governor Wiranan Phengchan on Sunday presided over the mass ordination ceremony jointly arranged by the Pattani monks, the provincial office of Buddhism and a committee on Royal Projects. The mass ordination is part of a project to help each Buddhist temple in the province to have five monks. The monks will stay at Tani Nora Samson until the Buddhist Lent Day before leaving the temple to stay at other temples which have less than five monks. Some of them will leave the monkhood after Buddhist Lent and the rest after the Royal Cremation in October. In Nakhon Pathom, Provincial Governor Adisak Thep-at presided over a ceremony to open a new building at La-eiat Upatham School in Don Tum district. The building was constructed with 700,000-baht donations from Thai Sikhs and Thai people of Indian descent. -- nnt 2017-07-03
  22. Qatar to comply with new U.S. airline security measures - minister By Allison Lampert View of departures area at Hamad International airport in Doha, Qatar, June 20, 2017. Picture taken June 20, 2017. REUTERS/Deepa Babington MONTREAL (Reuters) - Qatar will comply with enhanced security measures for flights to the United States designed to prevent expanding an in-cabin ban on laptops, the country's minister of transport said on Friday. Full story:
  23. Land can now be transferred to a company tax-free If you own land and wish to transfer it to a company to pay for your shares in that company, you now do not have to pay personal income tax on the price of land received, according to a set of new laws – the latest of which was issued earlier this month. Full story:
  24. Belgian tourist's death on Koh Tao - police deny several online rumors Image: Thairath Koh Tao police have refuted several online rumors circulating around the death of the Belgian tourist found hanged on the controversial island in April. Full story: