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@PouYingluck hacker arrested

Posted by arnon_k On October - 5 - 2011 ADD COMMENTS

A man has been arrested for hacking Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra’s Twitter account and posting messages on it on Sunday, Information and Communication Technology Minister Anudith Nakhonthap said on Wednesday.

Mr Anudith said the man was believed to have acted alone. He did it in Bangkok.

He is now being detained at Crime Suppression Division headquarters.

Mr Anudith said he will give details of the arrest at a press conference this afternoon.

Dems: Pheu Thai hurting itself

Posted by arnon_k On October - 3 - 2011 ADD COMMENTS

The opposition Democrat Party dismisses as nonsensical the Pheu Thai Party’s claim that there is a movement gearing up to topple the Yingluck Shinawatra government, party deputy spokesman Sakonthee Pattiyakul said on Monday.

Mr Sakonthee was referring to the claim made by Pheu Thai spokesman Prompong Nopparit that a movement comprising politicians and other people formerly in power had a nine-step plan to bring down the Yingluck government.

The claim was nonsensical because the government could not be brought down by any movemen, Mr Sakonthee said. Pheu Thai was hurting itself by its own actions:

1. The prime minister’s lack of leadership and frequent blunders, and interference in her work by her brother and former prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra;
2. Unjust transfers of officials;
3. Failure to fully honour election promises such as the 300 baht minimum daily wage and minimum 15,000 baht salary for holders of unversity degrees;
4. Allowing the red shirts to use mob rule and interfere in the work of government agencies;
5. Allowing acts of lese majeste to continue without taking any concrete action against those responsible;
6. Interference in the justice process and in independent agencies, particularly legal cases against the red shirts;
7. Allowing prices of consumers goods to rise;
8. Not being able to solve the people’s hardships as a result of flooding; and
9. Attempts to push for constitutional amendment with the aim of helping a particular group of people.

Up to 50,000 may have to quit Sing Buri

Posted by arnon_k On October - 3 - 2011 ADD COMMENTS

PM inspects damage to destroyed sluice gate

Up to 50,000 residents of In Buri district of Sing Buri may be evacuated if the broken dyke at the Bang Chom Sri water sluice gate cannot be fixed fast enough, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said yesterday.

Ms Yingluck made an aerial inspection of the gate aboard a helicopter and later checked the damage from the ground.

She said if the dyke was not repaired fast enough to slow the water now gushing through the breached spots into farmland and residential areas, around 40,000-50,000 residents may have to be evacuated to nearby military barracks.

Officials have dumped rocks wrapped in wire meshed nets into the water to plug the dyke, a method recommended by the Royal Irrigation Department.

Ms Yingluck said the work could be finished in 15 days if there is no more heavy rain.

However, the power of the water current is hampering repairs, despite the fact that the dyke has been broken since Sept 13.

As much as 300 million cubic metres of water flows through the Bang Chom Sri gate each day.

The RID chief Chalit Damrongsak said repair work was dangerous due to the currents.

Ms Yingluck said the Interior Ministry and the military units have joined hands to dredge deeper into canals and waterways in heavily flooded areas so water can be be drained away more quickly.

The prime minister said floodwater could harbour diseases, and it was important to push the water out.

The military has deployed flat-bottom boats to move the elderly and sick people out of Chaiyo district of Ang Thong province after the dyke at the Bang Chom Sri gate partially collapsed.

The collapse caused a sudden surge of floodwater in nearby Ang Thong, Lop Buri and Sing Buri provinces.

The RID expects floodwater in low-lying areas of Ayutthaya, Saraburi and Lop Buri to peak between today and tomorrow. In some areas, water could rise to four metres deep.

Royol Chitradon, director of the Hydro and Agro Informatics Institute, said if heavy rain persists, some areas of greater Bangkok could be inundated.

The RID should find measures to push more water into the sea. The weather bureau was keeping a watch on storm activities off the coast of the Philippines and assessing whether they will affect Thailand.

In Nakhon Ratchasima, downtown Muang district and 17 other districts affected by overflows of large water basins have been declared disaster areas.

The Moon Basin, the Lam Takong Basin and the Lam Chiang Krai Basin have swelled rapidly after main reservoirs such as the Lam Takong and Lam Phra Ploeng overflowed.

In Loei, the influence of tropical depression Nesat triggered heavy rains in the heart of Muang district yesterday.

Prime Minister’s Award “PM Export Award”

Posted by arnon_k On September - 26 - 2011 ADD COMMENTS

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Celebrating 20 years of award for Thai exporters to the forefront.

PM.Yingluck Shinawatra congratulated the 32 winners “Prime Minister’s Export Award 2011”. To honor 31 companies exported a function to create remarkable achievements and fame to the country in the international trading arena.This ceremony was hold at Santi-Maitree building, Government House.

The winner of exports of goods and services outstanding for the year 2011

Best Export
– The export value of more than 100-500 million baht : Chememan Company Limited
– The export value of more than 500-1,000 million baht : Sun Sweet Co., Ltd
– The export value of more than 1,000-5,000 million baht : Vanachai Panel Industry Co.,Ltd
– The export value of more than 5,000 million baht : C.P. Intertrade Co.,Ltd

Thai–Owned Brand
– C.P. Intertrade Co.,Ltd
– Globo Foods Ltd
– A-jid International Pepper and Spice Co.,Ltd
– Asahi-Thai Alloy Co.,Ltd
– Hatakabb Co.,Ltd

Design Excellence Award or DEmark
Furniture Products
– Dee-Swad Industry Co.,Ltd
– Hukae Co., Ltd
– Microtech Products Co.,Ltd

Lifestyle products
– Newarrive Co.,Ltd
– Senith Enterprise Co.,Ltd
– Asthetic Studio Co.,Ltd

Fashion and textile products.
– Unexpected Studio Co.,Ltd

Products industry.
– Bathroom Design Co.,Ltd
– Delta Electronics (thailand) Co.,Ltd (PCL)
– Hydro Sanitaryware Co. (Thailand) Ltd

Food packaging products and packaging, health and beauty products.
– Puri Co.,Ltd
– Pranlee Corporation Co.,Ltd
– Senses Design Partnership.

Best Service Provider
– Vejthani Hospital
– Kamakaya Wellness Sanctuary and Holistic Spa Resort
– Mahidol University International College
– Haskhem Logistics Menagement Co.,Ltd

OTOP Export Recognition
– Flower Food Co.,
– Tropicana Oils Co.,Ltd
– Creation World White Woods Co.,Ltd
– Sirivanich (S & W)Co.,Ltd
– Sukhee Handicraft Partnership
– Bangkok Computer Co.,Ltd

Published on behalf of “Department of Export Promotion “
For more information please contact Somkid Chareonsak or Parada Kiewchantuk.
Tel .0 2254 6895 -7/ 084-147-7575