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AYUTTHAYA, 20 February 2014 800 tablet computers have been handed out to schools in Ayutthaya City for use in piloting the use of tablets to enrich education.
Thai rice farmers call off airport protest
AYUTTHAYA, Thailand - Thousands of angry Thai rice farmers called off a threat to descend on Bangkok-:39:s main airport Friday in a rare reprieve for the embattled government after months of opposition street protests. RELATED STORIES Thai farmers to target Suvarnabhumi Airport Angry and unpaid, Thai farmers poised for airport protest Thai protesters target businesses linked to PM: farmers rally A ...
Yingluck in Ayutthaya on merit-making trip on Maka Bucha Day
Yingluck Shinawatra on Friday travelled to Ayutthaya province with her son to pay respect at a temple on the occasion of Maka Bucha Day. She was welcomed at Panuncheong Temple by scores of people ...
Thai Farmers Lose Pickup Trucks as Protests Raise Debt Risk
Rice farmers sit in a meeting to discuss whether to proceed to Bangkok airport during a... Read More Rice farmers sit in a meeting to discuss whether to proceed to Bangkok airport during a protest in Bang Pa-In, Ayutthaya province, Thailand on Feb. 21, 2014.
Yingluck receives moral support in Ayutthaya
Caretaker Premier Yingluck Shinawatra received moral supports from a woman during her visit to Wat Panun Cheong Temple in Ayutthaya province.
Those with -:39:hidden agendas-:39: warned not to take advantage of suffering farmers
Farmers, academicians and rice traders have called on all parties, especially politicians, not to play games with farmers, as they have been suffering from delayed payments for rice pledged to the government under the subsidy project.
Photo Release: KFE and DKSH provide leasing for large industrial business
Recently at DKSH (Thailand) Pcl., Wangnoi, Ayutthaya, Mr. Sasawat Virapriya, Executive Chairman of Kasikorn Factory and Equipment Co, Ltd., and Mr. Jareuk Meekhanthong, General Manager of DKSH (Thailand) Pcl., signed a leasing agreement for the company to purchase Doosan-branded tracked excavators, wheel excavators, and wheel loaders from South Korea.
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