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  • Electronic cigarettes and baraku illegal in Thailand
    ELECTRONIC CIGARETTES and BARAKU are ILLEGAL in Thailand. Subject to criminal offenses punishable by the Thai law.
  • Prince Mahidol Award 2018: Call for Nomination
    The Royal Thai Consulate-General, Kolkata, invites governmental and private organisations in West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, Odisha, Chhattisgarh and the Union Territory of Andaman and Nicobar Islands, to nominate individual(s) or institution(s) with outstanding progress and/or research in medicine and/or promotion of public health for the Prince Mahidol Award 2018, at the initiatives of the Prince Mahidol Award Foundation, under the Royal Patronage. All nominations for the Prince Mahidol Award 2018 are requested to be submitted online, as a preferred method, to the foundation by 26 June 2018, via the website of the Prince Mahidol Award Foundation – The Prince Mahidol Award is the Kingdom of Thailand’s tribute to personalities and institutions who are reputed for the advancement in medicine and public health, in honour of His Royal Highness Prince Mahidol of Songkhla, Father of Thailand’s modern medicine and grandfather of His Majesty King Rama X. For further information on the Prince Mahidol Award of the year 2017, please log on to

His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej 

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  • Thailand's Path Toward Sustainable Development Goals
    Thailand's Sufficiency Economy Philosophy is a powerful tool to end poverty and help others achieve the Sustainability Development Goals of the United Nations.
  • Thailand Shares Its Recipe for Alleviating Hunger
    Thailand's Sufficiency Economy Philosophy helps ensure global food security, which is fundamental to the Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations
  • Honoring a Down to Earth King on World Soil Day
    He sat at the pinnacle of His society, but constitutional ruler King BhumibolAdulyadej of Thailand was a monarch and a man who was down to earth. For much of His 70 years on the throne – the longest reign of any monarch at the time of His passing–King Bhumibol traveled to the poorest and most remote corners of His Kingdom, sitting on the ground with farmers and villagers, listening to their problems and responding with over 4,000 sustainable development projects to better their lives. Many dealt with improving water, agriculture, livelihoods and health. As one of His closest aides said, however, “we were always confronted with soil issues.”
  • His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej and the Thai Muslim community
    Little did anyone know of the close relationship between His Majesty King Bhumibol and the Thai-Muslim community living near Thailand's southern borders that made up part of the country's overall population.


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