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Help for Japan

By The Nation

Where to donate

-TMB Bank urges all to donate to a special account 001-9-11447-9 at Phaholyothin Branch. Fees are waived for ATM and internet transfers. Proceeds will be given to Japan through Thai Red Cross Society.

- Siam Makro mobilises donations until March 27 at all branches. Proceeds will be forwarded to Japan's Red Cross.

- Bangkok Bank, Emporium branch; account number 096-3-015-995; Krobkrua Khao 3 Chuayleu Phuprasoppai Yipoon account set up by Channel 3.

-- Bangkok Bank; account number 101-3-426-778. Transfer fees to the bank's branches in Osaka and Tokyo are waived.

-- Bank of Ayudhya, Ploenchit branch; account number 001-9-42787-1; Namjai Thai Chuay Pai Tsunami Yipoon account set up by Channel 7.

-- Krung Thai Bank, Sam Yod branch; account number 002-0-271-468; Ngern Borijak Chuayleu Phuprasoppai Thi Yipoon account set up by the Foreign Ministry.

-- Krungthai Bank, Surawong branch; account number 023-606799-0; Samnak Jadha Raidai Sapakachatthai account set up by the Thai Red Cross Society. Proof of funds transferred along with the donor's name, address and phone number should be faxed to (02) 652 4440 or (02) 250 0312. The society can be contacted via 1664, (02) 256 4440 and (02) 256 4035-6. Details are also available at www.redcross.or.th/news/information/6215

-- Siam Commercial Bank; current account number 111-3-90911-5; Siam Commercial Foundation-Siam Commercial bank for Disaster Victims account. All transfer fees are waived. The funds will be handed over to the Thai Red Cross Society. Call (02) 777 7777 for more information.

-- Kasikornbank; account 608-2-081570-5; Tohoku Tsunami Fund account set up by Kasikornbank and Japanese Association in Thailand. All transfer fees are waived.

-- Blankets can be donated for victims at the Foreign Ministry on Ayutthaya Road or at the Department of Consular Affairs on Chaeng Wattana Road from 8.30am to 6.30pm every day.

-- Central Group has put up donation boxes at all its outlets. Cash collected over 30 days will be held over for the Japanese Embassy in Thailand.

-- DTAC, AIS and True Move subscribers can put Bt10 toward funds for the tsunami victims by sending an SMS to 4567899 with the letter "J".

-- AIS and DTAC are cutting down roaming rates in Japan by 50 per cent and all phone calls from Japan answered in Bangkok will be free. The promotion runs until Thursday.

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-- The Nation 2011-03-16

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Court rejects DSI's request for revocation of 7 red-shirt leaders' bail

The Criminal Court Wednesday rejected the request by the Department of Special Investigation to revoke bail of the seven red-shirt leaders.

The court ruled at 3 pm that the DSI had not authority to submit the request. The court said since the case against the seven leaders was being tried by the court, the public prosecutors should be the one to ask the court to consider whether the bail should be request or not.

The DSI reasoned in the request that the seven leaders violated the bail application by joining the March 12 rally.

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-- The Nation 2011-03-16

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SET index closed at 1008.13, up 5.03; Bt/USD30.29; GBP48.55; AUD29.94; EUR42.21; CAD30.72; HKD3.88; SGD23.57; JPY37.21

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Japan earthquake: UK rescue team 'foiled by red tape'

UK rescue workers say they were forced to leave Japan because they could not secure the necessary paperwork from the British embassy in Tokyo.

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Phuket raid nets Bt100k in smoking contraband

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FUMING HAUL: Excise officer Chingchai Borwornthanasan with

some of the cigarettes seized. Photo: Yodsak Jarana

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