Vol. V No. 11 - Saturday March 11, - March 17, 2006
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PM Thaksin visits Chiang Mai as imminent trouble brews between pro and anti-Thaksin factions 

Supporters listened to speeches given by the Thai Rak Thai Party.

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Influential criminal groups and arms dealers under central police scrutiny


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Visit Tak to see 800,000 year old Iron Wood fossils

Tak is the second largest province of northern region after Chiang Mai and is home to various hill tribes, with the Mae Ping River coursing through the province. The Moei is a river in the Mae Sod district that separates the province from Burma and is a center for border trade between the Thai and Burmese people living in the locality.

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19th Chiang Mai Cricket Sixes at the Chiengmai Gymkhana Club Ground April 2-8

Fast action, skillful play and quick results are key ingredients for modern games and sports. While traditionalists may lament the passing of a gentler age, there is surely no denying the excitement that today’s added pace, fitness and skill have brought to old sports like football, rugby and cricket. Shorter matches, often with smaller teams also fit the picture, and so even modern innovations like one-day cricket have subsequently been shortened and speeded up even further with 20/20 cricket and the ultimate short, fast game, six-a-side , or “Sixes” cricket.

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5th Musical Dance Play on Sunday, March 26 at Kad theatre

An Asia-Pacific Woman Inspired Award Winner, ML Preeyapun Sridhavat, has brought together two Western stories of true love and patience from Northern Europe- in the 5th Musical Dance Play “The Ugly Duckling 2006” and classical ballet “Swan Lake Act 2”

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Thai elephants dig the Magic of Jazz

Thai Lanna Spa Association are staging a charity jazz music performance, donating a part of the revenue to the Thai Elephant Conservation Center. It is entitled “The Magic of Jazz” and will take place on March 18, 2006 at the pool area of the Amari Rincome Hotel, Chiang Mai. The performance will be given by several well known Thai musicians including Ford Sopchai Kraiyunsane and Nareekrajang Khantahmad.

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