Indian Coast Guard Ships depart Thailand

After a four day goodwill visit to Thailand, Indian Coast Guard Ships ICGS Sujay and ICGS Anmol, departed Phuket on 9 November 2018. On 8 November, Community Service Activity was done by the ICGS personnel at Laem Panwa School during which sports and stationary items were distributed to the children. Activities like pollution response demonstration on board during visit of officers and sailors of Royal Thai Navy and promotion of Indian tourism were held on board ICGS Sujay.

27th Indo-Thai CORPAT

The 27th cycle of the Indo-Thai Coordinated Patrol (CORPAT) between the Indian Navy and the Royal Thai Navy is being conducted from 8-16 November 2018. The opening ceremony of the CORPAT was held at Port Blair on 8 November and the closing ceremony will be held in Phuket on 14 November.

Indian Navy’s Landing Craft Utility (LCU) 51 and HTMS Songkhla along with one Dornier aircraft each from both the navies will participate in the CORPAT, the objectives of which are to ensure effective implementation of UN Convention on Laws of the Sea (UNCLOS).

Indian Coast Guard Ships visit Phuket

 

Two Indian Coast Guard Ships, ICGS Sujay and ICGS Anmol, made a port call at Phuket on 7 November 2018 on a 5 day goodwill and friendship visit. The ships arrived on 5 November 2018 and were at Anchorage off Panwa, Phuket for two days.

They were given a grand reception at the deep sea port on 7 November at Phuket by the Royal Thai Navy on arrival and received by senior officers from the Royal Thai Navy of 3rd Area Command and the Embassy of India in Thailand represented by Defence Attache Gp. Capt. S Krishnan, VM. The Captains and officers of both the ships made a call on at the 3rd Naval Area Headquarters, and the sailors participated in a friendly football match with the Royal Thai Navy.

Later in the evening of 7 November 2018, the Ships hosted Royal Thai Navy senior officers and representatives from the local Indian community for a Reception on board INCG Sujay.

 

Lecture on “Ayurveda in our day to day life

The Embassy of India, Bangkok organised a lecture by Dr. Adrish Brahmadatta on “Ayurveda in our day to day life” at the Embassy on 5 November 2018. Mr. Abbagani Ramu, Charge d’Affaires welcomed the gathering and spoke on the occasion. The lecture was followed by a Question & Answer session.

สถานทูตอินเดียได้จัดการบรรยายในหัวข้อ “อายุรเวทในชีวิตประจำวัน” โดย Dr. Adrish Brahmadatta ณ สถานทูตฯ ในวันที่ 5 พฤศจิกายน 2561 ในโอกาสนี้ นายอับบากานี รามู อุปทูตอินเดียประจำประเทศไทยได้กล่าวต้อนรับแขกผู้เข้าร่วมงาน และเปิดโอกาสให้ผู้เข้าร่วมงานถามคำถามต่างๆในช่วงท้ายรายการ

Narendra Modi tweeted in Thai

คุณแอน มิตรชัย นักร้องชาวไทยและเป็นที่รู้จักดีในฐานะ ‘ราชินีลิเก’ (การแสดงพื้นบ้านของไทย) ขับร้อง ภาจัน ‘ไวษณพ จานา โต’ภาษาคุชราตีเพื่อรำลึกถึงท่านบาปู@150 พระบาทสมเด็จพระปรมินทรมหาภูมิพลอดุลยเดชของไทยทรงสนับสนุนปรัชญาเศรษฐกิจพอเพียง ซึ่งเหมือนกับแนวคิดของคานธี.

Royal Decree regarding Work Permit matters

As per the Royal Decree issued by the Government in March 2018 regarding regulations for issuing of new work permits, foreigners with work permit will be able to work legally in any field, anywhere in the country, for any employer as long as the work being done is not on the list of occupations prohibited to foreigners.

We have obtained an English and a Thai version of the Royal Decree for our members to download. The changes came about via the Emergency Decree on Non-Thais’ Working Management (No.2) (2018) which was passed on March 27 and came into effect on March 28. Section 37 of the Emergency Decree this year annulled Sections 70, 71, 72 and 74 of the former Emergency Decree issued in 2017. 

Download an English version of the Royal Decree
Download a Thai version of the Royal Decree

This implies that a new work permit book will be issued as soon as possible. It has also been informed from the Labour Department that in future the book will finally be replaced by a smart card to fit in your wallet.

For further information you should contact the Labour Department directly.

Decorated Sikh Soldier takes command of Captain in Thailand Military Captain Sukit Singh Khurana

Decorated Sikh Soldier takes command of Captain in Thailand Military

Captain Sukit Singh Khurana

ดีใจด้วย ร.อ สุกิจ คูรานา 👨🏻‍✈️
🎖🎖🎖

พิธีประดับยศ
หลักสูตรผู้บังคับกองร้อย รุ่นที่ ๓๒/๖๑
ประธานในพิธี พลโท วิโรจน์ วิจิตรโท 🏆
หลักสูตรเลื่อนยศ-ฐานะ ประจำปี ๓๒/๒๕๖๑

Ceremony decor ranks Lieutenant to Captain
Class of 32/2018 🎖🎖🎖
President of the Ceremony
Lt.Gen. Wirote Wichitdho 🏆
(Commanding General, Territorial Defense Command )

Cr-: Sukit Singh

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