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THAISType Commander's Headquarters Automated Information System
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Thai lifters fail drug test !-- -- Olmin Leyba (The Philippine Star) - March 29, 2019 - 12:00am MANILA, Philippines Filipino weightlifters will have one less major obstacle to deal with in their quest for honors in the 2019 Southeast Asian Games as powerhouse Thailand is expected to pull out in the wake of doping violations involving Thai lifters.
Most Thais also chose South Korea because the punishment for working illegally is not severe.
Dubai: More than 1,000 Thai nationals and other expatriates gathered at the Royal Thai consulate-general in Jumeirah in Dubai on Friday to celebrate the Loy Krathong Festival or their Festival of Lights.
Of the 2,700 Thai expatriates, only about 30 young children go to the Thai Language and Culture School in Doha every Friday, the diplomat explained , adding that some Thais in Doha have spouses from other nationalities.
The colourful programme was organised by Thai community in Doha in association with the Thai Language and Culture School and the Thai embassy.
Known as the country's national sport and said to be 2,000 years old, Muay Thai has seen a surge in popularity over the last five or so years, with gyms promptly taking advantage with state-of-the-art facilities mushrooming in Bangkok's most prestigious neighbourhoods.
The lack of any comparable high level involvement on the American side was perceived by the Thais as disinterest and may have played a role in their eventual decision to buy Sweden's Gripen fighter.
Thailand's military said two of its soldiers were killed, but Khieu Kanharith, a Cambodian government spokesman, said four Thai soldiers were killed and 10 captured during the clashes.
Thaksin, who has been living in exile in London, said in the letter that he would like to apologize for the fact that Thai Rak Thai has had to face such an unexpected event, according to Noppadol Patama.
As had leaders in other democracies facing terrorist attacks, Thaksin worked to convince Thais that some abrogation of their civil liberties would be necessary for the upcoming battle, and that they needed a strong, vigilant leader.
"Neither poverty nor lack of education are the driving forces behind trafficking of northern Thai children," Rende Taylor says.
The market is a lively mix of the many Thai, Burmese, and other Southeast Asian cultures that converge in this small border city: Karen, Mon, and Shan tribespeople; Indian and Bangladeshi merchants; Thai businessmen; and Burmese gem dealers.