Authorities in Maha Sarakham imposed a ban on the movement of poultry in and out of the province after hundreds of fowl died.
The military government made the final payment to former communist insurgents completing an amnesty deal from 35 years ago. But many of them claim they are yet to be paid.
The Isaan Record29/06/2017
Pop Aye is about a middle-aged man facing a midlife crisis. It is a road movie about coming to terms with living and dying. It isn’t really about elephants, yet everywhere you look around here, there’s an elephant.
Authorities closely watched a small event at Mahasarakham University to mark the 85th anniversary of a coup that toppled Thailand’s absolute monarchy and nominally established democracy.
The Isaan Record26/06/2017
Migrant workers are spreading a new faith in Northeast Thailand that has been illegal and suppressed in China for decades. This system of beliefs also works to popularize vegetarianism in the region.
The Isaan Record23/06/2017
Ahead of Prime Minister General Prayuth’s visit to Khon Kaen, police and military officers searched the house of activist group Dao Din.
The Isaan Record21/06/2017
The military government flipped on a promise not to use a wide-sweeping security measure to push through a high-speed railway project with China that has been delayed by several legal obstacles.
The Isaan Record17/06/2017
On the first day of the military government’s unusual initiative to gather public opinion, more than 1,000 citizens in Khon Kaen Province gave their views on the yet-to-be-announced national elections.
The Isaan Record14/06/2017
Khon Kaen’s urban poor often have no appropriate access to water despite their constitutional right to “quality water resources adequately for the consumption by people,” as stated in Article 72 of Thailand’s new constitution.