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  2. Gambling in Thailand - Wikipedia

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    Football is the most recent form of illegal gambling in Thailand. As a result of technology such as online transactions, satellite TV, Internet, and mobile phone betting systems, football gambling has become widely spread among the population of Thailand. During the 2010 South Africa World cup, over 1,700 people were arrested for gambling offences.

  3. History of Thailand - Wikipedia

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    The population began to grow explosively as the standard of living rose, and a flood of people began to move from the villages to the cities, and above all to Bangkok. Thailand had 30 million people in 1965, while by the end of the 20th century the population had doubled. Bangkok's population had grown tenfold since 1945 and had tripled since 1970.

  4. Bangkok Noi district - Wikipedia

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    It became a khet in 1972 when Thon Buri and Bangkok were merged. Later on 9 November 1989 the Bang Phlat district was created from four of Bangkok Noi's sub-districts, leaving Bangkok Noi with four remaining sub-districts: Siri Rat, Ban Chang Lo, Bang Khun Non, and Bang Khun Si. On 12 December 1991 a small part of Bang Phlat district was moved ...

  5. Nadech Kugimiya - Wikipedia

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    Nadech Kugimiya (Thai: ณเดชน์ คูกิมิยะ; born December 17, 1991) is a Thai actor and model. He is best known for his roles in Duang Jai Akkanee (2010), Game Rai Game Rak (2011), Sunset at Chaophraya (2013), The Rising Sun Series (2014), Leh Lub Salub Rang (2017), The Crown Princess (2018) and The Con-Heartist (2020).

  6. Andrew MacGregor Marshall - Wikipedia

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    On 22 July 2016, more than 20 police raided the family home of Marshall's wife Noppawan "Ploy" Bunluesilp in Bangkok while she was visiting Thailand, seizing her phones and computer equipment. She was taken to the headquarters of the Crime Suppression Division in Bangkok along with the couple's three-year-old son, and her father.

  7. Surayud Chulanont - Wikipedia

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    Notable flip-flops included Thailand's refusal to share avian flu samples with the WHO, capital controls against foreign investment, shareholding limits for foreign investors in telecommunications firms, the identity of bombers in the 2006 New Year's Eve bombings, and the role of the Malaysian government in mediating the South Thailand insurgency.

  8. Prayut Chan-o-cha - Wikipedia

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    Prayut Chan-o-cha (sometimes spelled Prayuth Chan-ocha; Thai: ประยุทธ์ จันทร์โอชา, pronounced [prā.jút tɕān.ʔōː.tɕʰāː]; born 21 March 1954) is a Thai politician and retired Royal Thai Army officer who seized power as Prime Minister of Thailand in 2014.

  9. The Gifted (Thai TV series) - Wikipedia

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    The Gifted (Thai: The Gifted – นักเรียนพลังกิฟต์; The Gifted – Nakrian Phalang Gift, lit. The Gifted: Students With Special Powers) is a 2018 Thai television series starring Korapat Kirdpan (Nanon), Wachirawit Ruangwiwat (Chimon), Apichaya Thongkham (Lily), Harit Cheewagaroon (Sing), Ramida Jiranorraphat (Jane), Atthaphan Phunsawat (Gun), Pattadon Janngeon ...