Tags : Letter

Chiang Mai

Mysterious letters emerge in Chiang Mai

Post offices in Chiang Mai have impounded more than 2,000 letters believed mailed by some ill-intent political elements to scuttle the draft constitution which is due to go through a referendum on August 7. The mysterious letters seized in Chiang Mai are similar to those earlier impounded in Lampang. The letters do not have the […]Read More

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Thailand Post Apologises Over Folded Letter

Have you ever tried sending a letter with the specific appeal to the postie of “Do not fold” written in big letters on the envelope? Ever noticed that, while the rest of your post arrives perfectly flat and intact, it is always that one letter which gets folded? Well, a Thai man’s outrage at just […]Read More

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Iran denies hand in Bangkok bombs

UNITED NATIONS : Iran has denied any role in attacks on Israeli diplomatic targets in Thailand and other countries, but accused Israel of assassinating its nuclear scientists as part of a “war game”. A letter sent by Iran’s UN ambassador, Mohammad Khazaee, to the UN Security Council said Israel has been allowed to commit crimes […]Read More

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US President Barack Obama sends a letter to Thai PM

US President Obama sent a letter to Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra expressing his sympathy for Thai flood victims In the letter, President Obama speaks on behalf of the American people extending deep sympathy for the loss of lives and the damage that has occurred to Thailand during this flooding situation. Read more: TAN NetworkRead More

Bangkok

Multi-color group protests Japan’s visa issuance for Thaksin

BANGKOK, 19 August 2011 (NNT) – The multi-color-clad Alliance of Patriots has handed a letter of protest to the Japanese Embassy against the possible issuance of entry visa to Japan for former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra. Supporters of the Alliance of Patriots, led by MD Tul Sitthisomwong, on Thursday gathered in front of the Japanese […]Read More

Pattaya

Scam letters plague Chon Buri province

CHON BURI, 10 July 2011 (NNT) – The Office of the Consumer Protection Board is warning people not to be fooled by the scam letter. Receivers falling prey to the new type of scam claimed they ended up paying a large sum of money for low quality items. According to the report, the scam is […]Read More