81 - 90 of 1,029 results for "bidding.office of the national water and flood management policy"
Most searched keywords
81. learning | 22 Nov 2011
» For many people, including myself, watching Dr Seree Supratid’s flood analysis is part of the nightly routine.
82. news | 12 Oct 2013
» The flood situation in Chachoengsao's Bang Khla district was critical yesterday, after a massive volume of water hit the district, forcing thousands of residents from 12 communities to flee their homes.
83. news | 09 Oct 2013
» A bacterial epidemic caused by water contaminated with rat urine has hit a flood-ravaged region in the northern Philippines, killing six people and overwhelming local hospitals, a health official said Wednesday.
84. learning | 12 Mar 2012
About the floods
» Thailand seesaws from too much water in Bangkok to too little in farming areas like Nan that need water for crops.
85. news | 03 Nov 2013
» JAKARTA - About 1,300 villagers living at the foot of Mount Sinabung in Sumatra have been evacuated after an eruption, the National Disaster Management Agency said on Sunday.
86. business | 14 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: Business
» The Finance Ministry insists public debt will not exceed its self-imposed limit of 50% and the international standard of 60% of GDP, says deputy director-general of the Fiscal Policy Office (FPO) Ekniti Nitithanprapas.
87. learning | 01 Oct 2012
Easy English news
» Lat Krabang industrial estate remained dry during the great flood of 2011, but water from this year’s rainfall finally found a weakness in its defences. The breached earthen dyke has been repaired but a new one is clearl...
88. news | 20 Oct 2013
» All inbound lanes to the capital between the 107-108 kilometre markers of the Mitrapap Highway in Nakhon Ratchasima’s Sung Noen district were closed on Sunday after it was heavily inundated by runoff from an overflowing ...
89. learning | 19 Apr 2012
» Small farmers left without water after large rich farmers from other provinces move in, start big farms & use up all the water.
90. learning | 29 Jun 2011
» Both major prime ministerial candidates rushed to flood-ravaged Nan yesterday, showing sympathy for the victims and an interest in their votes.