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Vol. XII No.13 - Sunday June 30 - Saturday July 13, 2013


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Chiang Rai villagers win 4 year legal battle against power plant

Court revokes unlawfully issued license

Chiang Rai villagers rejoice as the Administrative Court ruled in their favor against the government.

Nearly 600 villagers from the Wiang Nuea sub district in Wiang Chai District of Chiang Rai rejoiced at the conclusion of their four year long legal battle against the Energy Regulatory Commission after the Chiang Mai Administrative Court ruled in favor of their lawsuit.

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Fraud alleged in Pang Kued election

Nearly 100 villagers from Pang Kued village in Mae Taeng District petitioned the Governor on Monday, June 24, 2013 alleging election fraud in the election of the village headman.

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more news >>

“Lifestyle Dining Projects” slated for new Central Festival
Chiang Mai Municipality hold AIDS training course
International Day against Drug Abuse
Rimping Grocery at Star Avenue Lifestyle Mall
No MERS-coronavirus reported in Chiang Mai

  FEATURES  
 
Chamber holds their 19th annual general meeting

The Chiang Mai Chamber’s new President Chalermchart Nakarungkul greeted guests and well-wishers at the Imperial Mae Ping on Monday, June 24, 2013.

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Quirky Pics >>

Alan sent this one in, noting it should be obvious what the sign is pointing to.


 Arts - Entertainment & It
 
Life at 33 1/3: Same title, different albums

Their U.S. label could not wait until autumn for a new Stones album. They wanted it now, or rather yesterday. The group had finally succeeded in topping the Hot 100 with “Satisfaction”, a single the group withheld in England
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Education >>

Santi Music School Charity Concert Proceeds


TEDx student auditions
Assistance for families
  SPORTS
 
Lanna Tigers continue their winning streak

Chiang Mai FC showed off their red hot form with wins over Phitsanulok TSY FC and Lampang FC in the AIS Regional League Division 2 Northern Zone matches. The Lanna Tigers lead the board with 4 wins and 2 draws in the last 6 matches.
 
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EATING OUT >>

I love Indian food; I love a really garlicky naan bread, a creamy korma, spicy curries and fluffy biryanis. And now Nimmanhaemin finally has a good Indian restaurant, Ranggoli on Nimman soi 11 just opposite the popular Italian restaurant Why Not!

The Nimman eating scene is complete!

Burning still going on
Elephants
Parking on the pavements

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Stella Jacobs, General Manager of Holiday Inn Chiangmai, welcomed K. John Rattanaveroj and his family for their stay at Holiday Inn Chiangmai while he was in Chiang Mai filming his TV show “Lighthouse Family” on June 14, 2013.
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