Google WWW Blog e4thai

แปลข่าวรายวัน Bangkok Post:28 กพ.56

bangkok post BW

เชิญร่วมสนุก แปลข่าวรายวัน Bangkok Post โดย...
1.copy ข่าวที่ท่านจะแปล, paste ลงในช่อง Add Comment ด้านล่าง
2. ให้ท่านช่วยแปลเป็นภาษาไทยด้วย


ขอบคุณมากครับที่เข้าร่วมกิจกรรมมาโดยตลอด ช่วงนี้ช่วยหน่อยนะครับ  ผมงานยุ่งมาก - พิพัฒน์


28 Feb 2013 : Bangkok governor candidate Suharit Siamwalla is playing dirty politics, putting his face on 50 rubbish bins and urging Bangkokians to be brave and turn out to vote in the city election on Sunday.


28 Feb 2013 : The Min Buri Court on Thursday dismissed a defamation lawsuit brought by former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra against People's Alliance for Democracy (PAD) co-leader Sondhi Limthongkul and five other people for issuing a statement pointing out the shortcomings of his government.


·   Shipowner lured to death by friend

28 Feb 2013 : SUPHAN BURI – Police have arrested three suspects in the murder of a businessman they lured to a meeting and then stole jewellery worth about 10 million baht from his body and car.


·    No move to cut rice pledging price

28 Feb 2013 : Reports that the Ministry of Commerce would propose a reduction in the pledging price of non-glutinous rice on Friday were incorrect, Wiboonluk Ruamluk, director general of the Internal Trade Department, said on Thursday.


·   Vietnamese Buddha image draws ire

28 Feb 2013 : A picture of a golden Buddha image sitting on a lotus throne and hugging a naked woman sitting on his lap, photographed in Vietnam, has drawn criticism from Buddhists in the social media, reports said on Thursday.


·   Nootsara 'best setter' in volleyball

28 Feb 2013 : Thai women's volleyball setter Nootsara Tomkom won the popular vote in Volleyball Global voting via a leading Italian website for this sport


·   Pledging price of rice may be lowered

28 Feb 2013 : The Ministry of Commerce will propose to the National Rice Policy Committee that the pledging price of non-glutinous unmilled rice be lowered, permanent secretary Watcharee Wimuktayon said.


·   Gay anger as Red Cross rejects blood

28 Feb 2013 : A video clip is being circulated in the social media where the Thai Red Cross Society has been condemned for not accepting "gay’s blood".


·   Demonstrators block highway to NE

28 Feb 2013 : About 3,000 members of cooperative groups in the Northeast have blocked the Friendship Highway in front of the Khlong Phai Prison in Nakhon Ratchasima's Si Khiu district, reports said.


·   Cabinet approves anti-trafficking plan

28 Feb 2013 : The cabinet has approved a master plan to combat human trafficking, deputy government spokesman Chalitrat Chatharubeksa said on Thursday.


·   Naw Kham execution set for Friday

28 Feb 2013 : Golden Triangle drug lord Naw Kham and three associates will be executed Friday in Yunnan province, Chinese media reported Thursday.


·  Gold prices down 150 baht

28 Feb 2013 : The Gold Traders Association this morning announced the buying prices 22,179.08 baht per baht-weight for gold ornaments and 22,500 baht per baht-weight for gold bar.


 GGovt to boost infrastructure spending to B4 trillion

28 Feb 2013 : The government will double its budget for infrastructure development over the next seven years to 4 trillion baht, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Kittiratt Na-Ranong says.


·    Sombat cleared in unusual wealth case

28 Feb 2013 : A senior academic had done nothing wrong in the "unusual wealth" case involving former defence permanent secretary Gen Sathian Permthong-in, an investigator said yesterday.



Probe turns up widespread cheating in teacher exam

28 Feb 2013 : The Education Ministry has asked the Department of Special Investigation (DSI) to probe possible widespread cheating in an examination to recruit 2,000 teaching assistants last month.



Floods cause chaos across Narathiwat

28 Feb 2013 : More than 1,600 homes across seven districts in Narathiwat have been flooded during heavy rains over the past three days, stranding more than 6,500 residents.



Task force raids 3 locations in Phangnga and Phuket

28 Feb 2013 : A joint naval and police task force yesterday raided three locations in Phangnga and Phuket in a crackdown on illegal sand mining in forest reserves.



Court backs power plant's use of river

28 Feb 2013 : The Central Administrative Court yesterday rejected a request by Saraburi residents to revoke a permit issued to a power plant operator to draw water from the Pasak River.


28 Feb 2013 : KUALA LUMPUR - The national security chief signed a peace agreement with the insurgent group Barisan Revolusi Nasional (BRN) on Thursday just ahead of an official visit to Malaysia by Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra.

Search WWW Search Blog e4thai Search