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Ratchaburi unveils travel path following in footsteps of HM the late King

RATCHABURI,(NNT) – Ratchaburi province has piloted a new tourism pathway based on the route taken by His Majesty King Rama IX, during an extended visit in the 1980s.


World News

Rohingya Muslims being wiped off Myanmar's map

In this Sept. 14, 2017 file photo, a Rohingya man carries two children to shore in Shah Porir Dwip, Bangladesh, after they arrived on a boat from Myanmar.(AP Photo/Dar Yasin, File)


 Chiang Mai News

Thailand honorably hosted the meeting of Y’s Men International in Chiang Mai

On 20 July 17 at International Conference Center, The Empress Hotel Chiang Mai, Assoc. Prof. Dr. Patcharawan Srisilpnan, 


World Sports News

Giro d'Italia: 2018 race route to feature 5 Israeli cities

Jerusalem (AP) — Winding its way around the walls of Jerusalem's Old City, through modern Tel Aviv then the Negev desert down to the Red Sea, the start of next year's Giro d'Italia will highlight Israel's history, culture and varied topography.


 Care for animals

Tungtong and Tangthai


Tungtong and Tangthai are a mother and son pair who came to us from Phitsanulok.


 Today in History

Today in History


Britain to test part-driverless platoons of trucks

Road Train.

London (AP) - Britain is set to conduct road trials of self-driving trucks, involving a “platoon” of vehicles controlled by a driver in the front.



Capturing ‘great’ shots


Have you come across the term “record shots”? These can be quite good photographs, but the images are given to the photographer, not made by the photographer.


 Classical Connections

Winds of change

Down at the drinking trough the other night, someone carped that I never write about band music and to be honest, he was probably right.  It’s not that I have anything against bands, you understand.  Long ago back in the Old Country I used to conduct several bands but on the grounds of national security I cannot reveal their names.


  Mott the Dog

Molly Hatchet: ‘Justice’ - 3 stars

Molly Hatchet were formed in Jacksonville, Florida in 1971 by Dave Hlubek and slowly rose to fame over the years, playing their own variation of Southern Rock with a triple lead guitar roster that earned them comparisons with Lynyrd Skynyrd.


Thailand News

Ministry of Industry expects to issue 9.9 bil loans this month

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Film Review: A few good scares can’t hold ‘It’ together

Los Angeles (AP) - Here’s the good news: Pennywise is as creepy as ever in the new “It.”  Thanks to a bigger budget and some improved special effects some 27 years later he really gets the chance to spook the kids of Derry, Maine.



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Shopping by voice on Amazon or Google device could cost you


New York (AP) - In the name of convenience, Amazon and Wal-Mart are pushing people to shop by just talking to a digital assistant.


Odds & Ends

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Lottery retires machine that printed record $758.7M ticket

Science & Nature

Scientists say warming makes storms, like Harvey, wetter

Washington (AP) - By the time the rain stops, Harvey will have dumped about 1 million gallons of water for every man, woman and child in southeastern Texas - a soggy, record-breaking glimpse of the wet and wild future global warming could bring, scientists say.


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