Published: May 16, 2021
BANAIL, India - The illness traveled silently through the narrow lanes of this prosperous village in Uttar Pradesh, infecting both young and old. People complained of fevers, cough and breathlessness. Then they began to die.
Published: January 20, 2021
The Hmong hill tribe in Ruam Thai Pattana subdistrict in Tak’s border Phop Phra district has closed all 11 villages, leaving only one guarded entrance after finding an infected person smuggled across from Myanmar.
Published: June 15, 2020
Caged like tigers in our homes for months, many of us are craving wide open spaces and natural surroundings. One powerful cure for lockdown fever is Baan Sapan in Nan province, a small village nestled in a forested northern valley of pure air and pristine rivers.
Published: May 01, 2019
MAE HONG SON governor Sirirat Chamupakarn has instructed village wildfire-watch teams to remain vigilant even though the province’s 61-day ban on outdoor fires ended on Tuesday and the level of fine dust particles in the air was below the safe limit for the first time in two months.
Published: April 10, 2019
AFTER FOUR decades of protesting against Rasi Sala Dam and suffering the consequences, the woes of villagers in Si Sa Ket, Surin and Roi Et are finally coming to an end after the Cabinet approved Bt599.97 million for their compensation, Royal Irrigation Department (RID) deputy chief Manas Kamnerdmanee said yesterday.
Published: January 01, 2019
Residents of Ban Samran Nua (Moo 2) in tambon At-Samart, in Nakhon Phanom’s Mueang district, on Tuesday held a merit-making ceremony for the spirit of a man whose badly decomposed body was found floating in the Mekong River on December 29 near the village pavilion’s pier.