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Gallon, 'Ideology, identity, and the construction of urban communities: the archaeology of Kampaeng Saen, central Thailand (c.
Shah Md Monir Hossain, Tropical Agriculture International Program, Department of Horticulture, Faculty of Agriculture at Kamphaeng Saen, Kasetsart University, Kamphaeng Saen, Nakhon Pathom 73140, Thailand.
Bunchum was ordained as a novice at a temple in Chiang Saen, also in Chiang Rai, when he was eleven.
Earlier, District and Sessions Judge Rawalpindi Bahadar Ali Khan had dismissed a stay order obtained by the Saen Group declaring it illegal.
2nd Ed., Animal Nutrition Research and Development Center, Kasetsart University, Kamphaeng Saen, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand.
At present, the Simao-Chiang Roong-Chiang Saen water route is the main transportation route for Thai-Yunnan international trade.
The police officer said the five were arrested Saturday while strolling on the road near Chiang Saen port.
Dr Amir Aamir Soomro, Safdar Ameer Pahore, Imran Mangi, Zahid Bhanbhro Hameer Chandio, Professor Israr Ahmad Alvi, Advocate Zafar Ali Channa, Aijaz Ahmed Khokhar, Ali Ahmed Ali Ahmed Buriro, Dost Mohammad Chandio, Parkash Lal, Faqir Hussain hakro, Afzal Mughal, Abdul Wahab kagzi, Asadullah Soomro, Naseem Bukhari, Saen Satitpur, Shoukat Baloch, Arshad Arain, Zulfiqar Soomro, Advocate Zahid Hussain Pahore, Waheed Qureshi Badaruddin Bhayo, Fazlullah Noorani, Ghulam Rasool Jalbani, Shafiq Shaikh, Zahid Irfan Noon, Abdul Salam Unar, Rahim Bux Jamali, and Naveed Soomro were prominent amongst the participants in the cultural event.
NDEA is a more beneficial model, since in real world many cases have network structure (Tavassoli, Farzipoor Saen, & Faramarzi, 2015).
The juxtaposition of the fictitious heritage of Chiang Saen and the over-documented state of three palaces in Phetburi province provides a clear contrast, though, admittedly, both chapters focus on myth-driven identity.