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  1. Thai heartthrob Porsche goes to the police to make defamation case against Facebook platform Picture: Daily News Thai actor and model Porsche - otherwise known as Saran Sirilak - went with his lawyer Nitithorn Kaewto or James to file a complaint for defamation with the Rom Klao police yesterday afternoon. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1214299-thai-heartthrob-porsche-goes-to-the-police-to-make-defamation-case-against-facebook-platform/
  2. Picture: Daily News Thai actor and model Porsche - otherwise known as Saran Sirilak - went with his lawyer Nitithorn Kaewto or James to file a complaint for defamation with the Rom Klao police yesterday afternoon. It is against the Facebook page of Grean Key Bot after they allegedly posted comments that came from his ex Grace Chalita. Following the posting of text and a picture of him people were commenting about a story that was detrimental to him and his image, he said. People were claiming that he had assaulted other people and this was untrue
  3. Thai police chief "Big Pat" gives his men a big pat on the back for their Songkran efforts Picture: Daily News Thailand's chief of police Pol Gen Suwat "Big Pat" Chaengyodsuk gave a hearty thanks to all his men for their sterling and tireless efforts at Songkran. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1214295-thai-police-chief-big-pat-gives-his-men-a-big-pat-on-the-back-for-their-songkran-efforts/
  4. Picture: Daily News Thailand's chief of police Pol Gen Suwat "Big Pat" Chaengyodsuk gave a hearty thanks to all his men for their sterling and tireless efforts at Songkran. Now the long holidays were over he said in a communique that all assigned objectives had been met. These were to ensure the safety of the public and their property, maintain order, ensure the flow of traffic, limit accidents and ensure Covid-19 rules were followed to the letter, reported Daily News. Suwat thanked his exhausted men for their boundless sacrifice and wished ever
  5. The moment of death: Motorcyclist killed as car goes through red light in Suphanburi Picture: Daily News Thai media Daily News published a grim picture of the moment a 64 year old motorcyclist was killed. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1214291-the-moment-of-death-motorcyclist-killed-as-car-goes-through-red-light-in-suphanburi/
  6. Picture: Daily News Thai media Daily News published a grim picture of the moment a 64 year old motorcyclist was killed. They reported that Prasert on a Yamaha Mio had allegedly moved ahead on a green light while a black Vios coming from Muang district Suphanburi going to U Thong district went through a red light. Prasert was found by rescue services and police on Sunday in a pool of blood on the other side of the road. He was taken to U Thong hospital for autopsy. He was not wearing a helmet. A 42 year old male driver i
  7. Thailand strengthens measures to contain new wave of COVID-19 infections Effective from 18 April 2021, and likely in place for two weeks, the latest restrictions focus on businesses and activities deemed at high-risk for community transmission TAT Newsroom Bangkok, – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to provide the following updates to travellers regarding the Royal Thai Government’s announcement on the strengthened COVID-19 control measures to contain local transmission. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1214286-thailan
  8. Effective from 18 April 2021, and likely in place for two weeks, the latest restrictions focus on businesses and activities deemed at high-risk for community transmission TAT Newsroom Bangkok, – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to provide the following updates to travellers regarding the Royal Thai Government’s announcement on the strengthened COVID-19 control measures to contain local transmission. Effective from 18 April, 2021, the latest restrictions will likely be in place for two weeks. Thereafter, the government will evaluate the situation b
  9. List of attractions temporarily closed during April 2021, or until further notice This is a living document which the TAT Newsroom will update as new information becomes available TAT Newsroom Bangkok – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to provide the following updates for travellers regarding the temporary closure of tourist attractions in different locations in Thailand, as part of the nationwide effort to curb the spread of the recent community transmission of COVID-19. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1214285-list-o
  10. This is a living document which the TAT Newsroom will update as new information becomes available TAT Newsroom Bangkok – The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to provide the following updates for travellers regarding the temporary closure of tourist attractions in different locations in Thailand, as part of the nationwide effort to curb the spread of the recent community transmission of COVID-19. Central Ayutthaya Closed until further notice: Arts of the Kingdom Museum and Bang Pa-In Palace Bangkok Closed until further notice: G
  11. UPDATE: Thailand Endorses Specific Vaccines for Foreign Tourists By Prim Chuwiruch A near empty Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok on March 22. Photographer: Andre Malerba/Bloomberg Thailand has approved a list of eight Covid-19 vaccine makers, including Sinovac Biotech Ltd. and Pfizer Inc., for foreign visitors seeking to shorten a mandatory quarantine on arrival. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1212443-thailand-reduces-quarantine-period-from-april-5-things-to-know/?do=findComment&comment=16397108
  12. Thailand Endorses Specific Vaccines for Foreign Tourists By Prim Chuwiruch A near empty Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok on March 22. Photographer: Andre Malerba/Bloomberg Thailand has approved a list of eight Covid-19 vaccine makers, including Sinovac Biotech Ltd. and Pfizer Inc., for foreign visitors seeking to shorten a mandatory quarantine on arrival. Visitors to Thailand will need to upload copies of the vaccination certificates on the website of the nation’s foreign ministry prior to arrival to reduce the quarantine period to seven days.
  13. Thailand and Indonesia in slow race for digital nomad visa by SOUND NEWS BANGKOK — In August final yr, Estonia, the Japanese European digital powerhouse that gave the world Skype, launched the world’s first visa for digital nomads — a unfastened group of distant staff and freelancers who journey the globe and earn a dwelling anyplace so long as there’s quick and dependable web connection. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1214283-thailand-and-indonesia in-slow-race-for-digital-nomad-visa/
  14. by SOUND NEWS BANGKOK — In August final yr, Estonia, the Japanese European digital powerhouse that gave the world Skype, launched the world’s first visa for digital nomads — a unfastened group of distant staff and freelancers who journey the globe and earn a dwelling anyplace so long as there’s quick and dependable web connection. Two months later, Dubai adopted go well with with a digital nomad program, whereas Croatia launched new laws and 12-month visas for digital nomads this yr. 4 Caribbean Island nations — Barbados, Bermuda, Anguilla and the Cayman Islands — have
  15. Government Urges Provincial Governors to Help Boost Investments By Paphamon Arayasukawat BANGKOK (NNT) - Deputy Prime Minister Supattanapong Punmeechaow has urged provincial governors and administrative organizations to play a more proactive part to help boost investments in their provinces. Full story: https://forum.thaivisa.com/topic/1214282-government-urges-provincial-governors-to-help-boost-investments/
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