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51. news | 22 Nov 2013
» SAMUT SONGKHRAM - A public hearing on water management in this central province ended abruptly on Friday with officials fleeing the venue, leaving behind more than 2,000 angry local residents.
52. business | 18 Oct 2013
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» The economy is expected to grow by 5.5% next year as the government's massive investment in water management and infrastructure projects coupled with greater foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows will help Thailand...
53. learning | 10 Nov 2011
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» Can the flood water really be gone in 11 days? The Irrigation Department says it can since nearly half the northern run-off has flowed into the sea.
54. learning | 25 Oct 2011
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» Dry areas are suffering shortages of daily essentials like bottle drinking water and even taxi service.
55. learning | 05 Sep 2012
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» People living in low-lying areas along main canals in western Bangkok are on full alert today with water drainage drills set to be carried out.
56. learning | 01 Nov 2011
» Bangkok today has a new flood risk: water entering the city because angry residents in an area bordering the city have forced the government to open a key sluice gate.
57. news | 30 Nov 2013
» KANCHANABURI : Two Democrat Party MPs led supporters yesterday to disrupt a public hearing on the government's proposed 350-billion-baht water management scheme, forcing the meeting to be abandoned as the organisers ...
58. learning | 07 Dec 2011
» The government has vowed to drain flood water out of low-lying Bangkok, Pathum Thani and Nonthaburi communities by the New Year and to follow HM the King's advice to prevent similar flooding in the future.
59. learning | 24 Jul 2012
» Small floodgates you can put up in 10 minutes blocking water with perfect 100% waterproof seal, a proven technology from a Taiwanese company.
60. learning | 13 Dec 2011
» Residents returning to their flood-damaged homes worry that their efforts to restore their homes to their original condition may be may be wiped out by the next flood.