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19 Jun 2013 : The Expressway and Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (Exat) board has approved a proposal seeking to raise tolls for the urban and suburban expressways by at least 5 baht.
19 Jun 2013 : The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is planning to install larger drains in selected districts to help prevent flooding.
19 Jun 2013 : A rubber planters cooperative has seized more than 160 tonnes of fake fertiliser at a warehouse in Songkhla.
19 Jun 2013 : The National Institute for Emergency Medicine on Tuesday signed an agreement with the Universal Foundation for Persons with Disabilities (UFPD) and TOT Plc to develop an emergency call system for the elderly and disabled.
19 Jun 2013 : Thai stocks yesterday tumbled 2.97%, or 43.62 points, on profit-taking after their recent sharp rise and ahead of the Fed's much-anticipated two-day meeting.Sales by foreign investors also weighed on market sentiment.
19 Jun 2013 : The Foreign Ministry has recalled a female Thai diplomat accused of savagely assaulting an Egyptian lawyer during a night out at an exclusive five-star hotel in Cairo.
19 Jun 2013 : The Department of Special Investigation (DSI) inspected 384 luxury cars on Tuesday and found 301 of them had been falsely declared as being locally reassembled.
19 Jun 2013 : The cabinet yesterday approved a rise in monthly salaries and allowances for National Human Rights commissioners.
19 Jun 2013 : An inspection by local authorities yesterday found no rotten rice at a warehouse that stores a large amount of pledged rice in Chachoengsao's Phanom Sarakham district.
19 Jun 2013 : The cabinet yesterday approved a plan to borrow 314 billion baht to implement the government's water management and flood prevention scheme.
19 Jun 2013 : Over the past three weeks he has acted as the government spokesman, but that had never been part of in his career plan. Today, Teerat Ratanasevi, as the mouthpiece of the government, promises to be non-political and adhere to factual communication between the government and the public.
19 Jun 2013 : PHNOM PENH : Dong Phayayen-Khao Yai natural World Heritage site was spared being put on the UN's List of World Heritage in Danger after the World Heritage Committee (WHC) yesterday acknowledged efforts to protect it.