Vol. VII No. 38 - Tuesday  September 16 - September 22, 2008
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Chiang Mai and northern provinces flooded again – more deaths

Fatal flash floods in Nan province destroyed 8 houses and killed two people.
 At least 58 families are affected. (Photo: Prasit Songmuangkaen, Nan)

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Chiang Mai Friends meet with Immigration

Last Wednesday, September 10, residents of Chiang Mai and CEC members joined the Chiang Mai Friends group (CMF) at the Shangri-La Hotel for a meeting with the Superintendent of Chiang Mai Immigration, Police Colonel Prayut Chommalee.
Guests of honour at the meeting were the Mayor of Chiang Mai’s representative, Sudchai Kannakulsoonthorn, Panupan Chandhrapanya from the Tourist Authority of Thailand, Kittikorn Jeewongsuriyakul from the Chiang Mai Tourist Police, Chalermchart Nakarungkul from the Chiang Mai Chamber of Commerce, Alan Hall, president of CEC, and Dr. Carolina Thompson, president of the Chiang Mai branch of Soroptimists International.

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Ex-Chiang Mai Kayan women arrested in Sattahip tourist village

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Stunning elephant painted wedding dress heads display at Holiday Inn

The recent Wedding Fair, “Season of Love,” held in the Nanta Ballroom at the Holiday Inn, featured a show of spectacular wedding dresses by Maross, including the star turn

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India shoots itself in the foot

It appears that Thailand is not the only country to shoot itself in the foot. Now India is going the same way. The launch of the world’s cheapest car, the Nano, has been delayed by angry farmers who claim local car maker Tata built its plant on their land. Tata Motors CEO Ratan Tata, a well known philanthropist, is furious at being embroiled in a nasty, bitter mess that he had nothing to do with. The disputed land was handed to Tata by a West Bengal government eager to attract investment to beat years of stagnation.

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Around Town

Amari “Baht for a better life”
event goes with a swing!

140 guests gathered on the evening August 30 at the Amari Rincome Hotel in anticipation of another great annual “Baht for a better life” concert and dinner.

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The Clown makes all ages happy at the Shangri La Sunday Brunch.

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