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News from Thailand – January 28, 2013

hotel fire khlong san 300x200 News from Thailand January 28, 2013 The fire in the Grand Tower Inn Hotel in Khlong San (Bangkok) Friday, where à © à © n worker was killed and eleven people were injured, is probably lit. The wounded are five Thai, two Japanese, two Chinese, one Korean and native of Laos.

The fire took ten fire engines and had the fire under control within an hour. All eight floors of the hotel were damaged. Arson seems obvious because the fire almost simultaneously in four different places has begun. But short circuit is also not excluded. The district of Khlong San, the building â € ~ off limitsâ € ™ declared as the structure may be compromised increasing the risk of collapse exists.

Bangkok Post cleans up most of the front page today for the fire in a Brazilian nightclub. The death toll stands at 245, but may rise further because 48 people in the hospital are included. Presumably, the use of pyrotechnics caused by the band.

– Also on the front page a preview of the governor election in Bangkok. Ex-Governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra (Democrats) trying to be reelected and Pheu Thai tries a foot in the door to get her candidate Pongsapat Pongcharoen.

the past three elections, the Democrats lord and master in most of the 50 constituencies. The districts that went to independent candidates and Pheu Thai are located on the outskirts of the city.

Pheu Thai Secretary-General Phumtham Vejjayachai believes that his party 170,000 votes behind the Democrats. Every effort is made to make sure that backlog. Not only is the MPs from Bangkok, municipal and district councilors should help, but also veterans of the period Thai Rak Thai, the (dissolved) party of Thaksin. There are six working groups formed to include public relations and campaigning.

– Prime Minister Yingluck must Surapong Tovichatchaikul (Foreign Affairs) to muzzle, because his statements about the Preah Vihear case damage relations between Cambodia and Thailand. This says spokesman Chavanond Intarakomalyasut of the Democratic Party. Suapongâ € ™ s statements according Chavanond are also at odds Yingluckâ € ™ s call not to politicize the matter.

Surapong earlier expressed doubts whether the case on the disputed 4.6 square kilometers at the Hindu temple is to win in The Hague last week and he quoted the Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, who has said that the previous government [of the current opposition leader Abhisit] a hidden agenda in relations with Cambodia had.

the Preah Vihear case before the International Court of Justice refers to the ownership of the disputed area. Cambodia has asked the Court to rule in 1962, the temple to Cambodia was assigned to â € ~ € ™ herinterpreterenâ in order to elicit the Court ruled on the 4.6 square kilometers. In April, both countries give an oral explanation, the ruling is expected six months later.

– Police talks today with the leadership of the newspaper ASTV Manager on the shooting of four vans Friday. Investigators assume that the shelling was intended as a warning against the pro-shirts yellow leaf. Meanwhile the police with five witnesses spoken. The shooter camera images are available. See more News from Thailand on Sunday.

– The idea of ​​Pheu Thai governors-nominee Pongsapat Pongcharoen all red (non-airconditioned) buses free to make encounters objections from private bus operators. This comes at the expense of jobs, they say.

Currently, 800 of the 1,600 buses that have free and according Witthaya Premjit, head of the Association of Private Bus Operators in Bangkok, already led to loss of income for private operators. Witthaya indicates that individuals despite rising costs not increase their prices but the public transport is however subsidized by the government.

addition Witthaya says that the municipality has no control over the bus, because they fall under the Ministry of Transport and not the church. Opposition leader Abhisit said earlier the same. He even threatened to the Electoral Council to step because Pongsapatâ € ™ s promise in conflict with the law would be.

– The authorities in the North go to battle against the custom fields and household waste on fire stabbing, burning as they make each year for an irritating mist. Since this is done during the dry season, is the concentration of particles in the air to a dangerous level.

The nebula is expected in March. If that strikes are vulnerable people, such as the elderly, children and babyâ € ™ s isolated «evacuated to opvangcentra. Between January and April usually fires break out. The fire of Doi Inthanon has fifty volunteers trained to those fires. The Doi Inthanon National Park measuring 250,000 rai. In recent years, the number of fires decreased from 300 to 100.

– Fifty thousand migrant workers from Bangladesh should put an end to the shortage of workers in the fishing and fish processing industry. This proposal was made by the National Fisheries Association of Thailand and it has the support of Minister Padermchai Sasomsap (Employment).

The association prefers workers from Bangladesh over Myanmar since the latter often their jobs on board leave to find work in a factory. Even workers also Cambodia and Laos walk regularly becoming more lucrative jobs to search. As a result, employers of illegal migrants adopted, says a source.

– The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) stop renting land along railroad tracks. That space needs them for the construction of a double track and high-speed lines. In some cases, the lease with existing tenants dissolved.

According to the law, within 15 meters of a railway free of buildings. During his visit last week to Uttaradit noticed the minister that a building very close to the railway stood. Also in Ramkhamhaeng (Bangkok), the Minister of examples seen along the Airport Rail Link. These facilities may stand in the way in the construction of the new lines. The SRT considering the distance of 15 meters to increase to 40 meters.

– Farmers in Nakhon Ratchasima that ducks keep their animals to an area downstream of the dam Lam Phra Ploeng placed, so that they can enjoy bathing. Twenty-six provinces in the Northeast experiencing a severe drought.

– The Office of the Basic Education Commission is sticking to its plan to schools with fewer than 120 students in large units to merge. According to the office is required to improve the quality of education in small schools to improve. Larger schools have more experienced teachers and better teaching materials.

Economic News

– Between January and November last year, 23,800 tons of second-hand goods worth 1.32 billion baht isolated imported, according to figures from the customs. They enter the country through the port of Laem Chabang in Chon Buri and Klong Toey Bangkok. These are mainly shoes, clothing and bags from Japan, the U.S., Mexico, South Korea and Hong Kong.

The biggest market where these items are for sale, the market in Sa Rong Kluea Keao, near the border with Cambodia. The traders choose the best stuff out and throw the rest weg. Every day at the landfill in Parai 20 tons of waste from one of the three submarkets paid: on shoes alone, 10 tons, the rest consists of clothing, bags , dolls and waste from the stallholders.

waste constitutes a dozen Cambodians a horn of plenty. The 20-year-old Ro Tha example never have to buy new clothes. He has them for picking at the landfill. That’s fine for him, but the authorities in the districts of Muang and Parai, where the market is located, are very concerned about the environmental issues partly burning and decomposing waste.

Last week residents complained about the environmental problems that the so-called â € ~ € ™ graveyardâ used shoe causes. The area that 5 rai measurement, is full of shoes. Moreover, there are conflicts with local residents on the ground that the expanding landfill occupies.

The amount of waste in the future will only increase as department stores and shopping complexes in the market under construction. The province does not have an incinerator and has not the money to get one build and operate.

www.dickvanderlugt.nl â € “Source: Bangkok Post

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News from Thailand – January 28, 2013

hotel fire khlong san 300x200 News from Thailand January 28, 2013 The fire in the Grand Tower Inn Hotel in Khlong San (Bangkok) Friday, where à © à © n worker was killed and eleven people were injured, is probably lit. The wounded are five Thai, two Japanese, two Chinese, one Korean and native of Laos.

The fire took ten fire engines and had the fire under control within an hour. All eight floors of the hotel were damaged. Arson seems obvious because the fire almost simultaneously in four different places has begun. But short circuit is also not excluded. The district of Khlong San, the building â € ~ off limitsâ € ™ declared as the structure may be compromised increasing the risk of collapse exists.

Bangkok Post cleans up most of the front page today for the fire in a Brazilian nightclub. The death toll stands at 245, but may rise further because 48 people in the hospital are included. Presumably, the use of pyrotechnics caused by the band.

– Also on the front page a preview of the governor election in Bangkok. Ex-Governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra (Democrats) trying to be reelected and Pheu Thai tries a foot in the door to get her candidate Pongsapat Pongcharoen.

the past three elections, the Democrats lord and master in most of the 50 constituencies. The districts that went to independent candidates and Pheu Thai are located on the outskirts of the city.

Pheu Thai Secretary-General Phumtham Vejjayachai believes that his party 170,000 votes behind the Democrats. Every effort is made to make sure that backlog. Not only is the MPs from Bangkok, municipal and district councilors should help, but also veterans of the period Thai Rak Thai, the (dissolved) party of Thaksin. There are six working groups formed to include public relations and campaigning.

– Prime Minister Yingluck must Surapong Tovichatchaikul (Foreign Affairs) to muzzle, because his statements about the Preah Vihear case damage relations between Cambodia and Thailand. This says spokesman Chavanond Intarakomalyasut of the Democratic Party. Suapongâ € ™ s statements according Chavanond are also at odds Yingluckâ € ™ s call not to politicize the matter.

Surapong earlier expressed doubts whether the case on the disputed 4.6 square kilometers at the Hindu temple is to win in The Hague last week and he quoted the Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, who has said that the previous government [of the current opposition leader Abhisit] a hidden agenda in relations with Cambodia had.

the Preah Vihear case before the International Court of Justice refers to the ownership of the disputed area. Cambodia has asked the Court to rule in 1962, the temple to Cambodia was assigned to â € ~ € ™ herinterpreterenâ in order to elicit the Court ruled on the 4.6 square kilometers. In April, both countries give an oral explanation, the ruling is expected six months later.

– Police talks today with the leadership of the newspaper ASTV Manager on the shooting of four vans Friday. Investigators assume that the shelling was intended as a warning against the pro-shirts yellow leaf. Meanwhile the police with five witnesses spoken. The shooter camera images are available. See more News from Thailand on Sunday.

– The idea of ​​Pheu Thai governors-nominee Pongsapat Pongcharoen all red (non-airconditioned) buses free to make encounters objections from private bus operators. This comes at the expense of jobs, they say.

Currently, 800 of the 1,600 buses that have free and according Witthaya Premjit, head of the Association of Private Bus Operators in Bangkok, already led to loss of income for private operators. Witthaya indicates that individuals despite rising costs not increase their prices but the public transport is however subsidized by the government.

addition Witthaya says that the municipality has no control over the bus, because they fall under the Ministry of Transport and not the church. Opposition leader Abhisit said earlier the same. He even threatened to the Electoral Council to step because Pongsapatâ € ™ s promise in conflict with the law would be.

– The authorities in the North go to battle against the custom fields and household waste on fire stabbing, burning as they make each year for an irritating mist. Since this is done during the dry season, is the concentration of particles in the air to a dangerous level.

The nebula is expected in March. If that strikes are vulnerable people, such as the elderly, children and babyâ € ™ s isolated «evacuated to opvangcentra. Between January and April usually fires break out. The fire of Doi Inthanon has fifty volunteers trained to those fires. The Doi Inthanon National Park measuring 250,000 rai. In recent years, the number of fires decreased from 300 to 100.

– Fifty thousand migrant workers from Bangladesh should put an end to the shortage of workers in the fishing and fish processing industry. This proposal was made by the National Fisheries Association of Thailand and it has the support of Minister Padermchai Sasomsap (Employment).

The association prefers workers from Bangladesh over Myanmar since the latter often their jobs on board leave to find work in a factory. Even workers also Cambodia and Laos walk regularly becoming more lucrative jobs to search. As a result, employers of illegal migrants adopted, says a source.

– The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) stop renting land along railroad tracks. That space needs them for the construction of a double track and high-speed lines. In some cases, the lease with existing tenants dissolved.

According to the law, within 15 meters of a railway free of buildings. During his visit last week to Uttaradit noticed the minister that a building very close to the railway stood. Also in Ramkhamhaeng (Bangkok), the Minister of examples seen along the Airport Rail Link. These facilities may stand in the way in the construction of the new lines. The SRT considering the distance of 15 meters to increase to 40 meters.

– Farmers in Nakhon Ratchasima that ducks keep their animals to an area downstream of the dam Lam Phra Ploeng placed, so that they can enjoy bathing. Twenty-six provinces in the Northeast experiencing a severe drought.

– The Office of the Basic Education Commission is sticking to its plan to schools with fewer than 120 students in large units to merge. According to the office is required to improve the quality of education in small schools to improve. Larger schools have more experienced teachers and better teaching materials.

Economic News

– Between January and November last year, 23,800 tons of second-hand goods worth 1.32 billion baht isolated imported, according to figures from the customs. They enter the country through the port of Laem Chabang in Chon Buri and Klong Toey Bangkok. These are mainly shoes, clothing and bags from Japan, the U.S., Mexico, South Korea and Hong Kong.

The biggest market where these items are for sale, the market in Sa Rong Kluea Keao, near the border with Cambodia. The traders choose the best stuff out and throw the rest weg. Every day at the landfill in Parai 20 tons of waste from one of the three submarkets paid: on shoes alone, 10 tons, the rest consists of clothing, bags , dolls and waste from the stallholders.

waste constitutes a dozen Cambodians a horn of plenty. The 20-year-old Ro Tha example never have to buy new clothes. He has them for picking at the landfill. That’s fine for him, but the authorities in the districts of Muang and Parai, where the market is located, are very concerned about the environmental issues partly burning and decomposing waste.

Last week residents complained about the environmental problems that the so-called â € ~ € ™ graveyardâ used shoe causes. The area that 5 rai measurement, is full of shoes. Moreover, there are conflicts with local residents on the ground that the expanding landfill occupies.

The amount of waste in the future will only increase as department stores and shopping complexes in the market under construction. The province does not have an incinerator and has not the money to get one build and operate.

www.dickvanderlugt.nl â € “Source: Bangkok Post

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