About Nimish Sany

I bleed my thoughts on paper. And if I cant find a paper, blogs serve the purpose just fine.

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National Parks moots new ways to deal with rising number of tourists

​The Department of National Parks, Wildlife and Plant Conservation is in talks with private players in the tourism sector to resolve issues of overcrowding at parks, most of them ecologically sensitive.  With tourist season on the horizon, the authorities are becoming increasingly alert to find new ways to deal with the increasing number of tourists. […]

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Mourners rush to Grand Palace Hall to pay respects to HM

​The Dusit Maha Prasat Throne Hall of the Grand Palace of Bangkok was opened to flocks of visitors on Saturday, to pay their tributes to their beloved King. It was the first chance for the public to enter the throne hall where late King Bhumibol Adulyadej is lying in repose. For the past two weeks, […]

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Curfew imposed on free food giveaways at Sanam Luang

The trash and litter collected from Sanam Luang, mainly from food waste, reportedly amounted to about 600 pounds on Sunday raising eyebrows at the park where funeral processions are taking place. The curfew imposed on Wednesday night is an effort to reduce litter and waste from the thousands of mourners flocking in to pay respects […]

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5-year visas coming up?

Tourism Minister Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul on Tuesday said that she would bring up the issue of long term visas to immigration and security agencies’ notice. Long term visas was again brought up by the Minister for Tourism Kobkarn Wattanavrangkul on Tuesday, a matter which has been in discussions for quite a while. While countries in the […]

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Tattoos for eulogies: Mourning the King

The Late King Bhumibol Adulyadej has made a lot of followers and well wishers during his reign, which was the longest serving period for a monarch in the world. The late King loved his people and they loved him back. Ever since Thailand turned black following the beloved King’s loss, people have been trying to […]

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In the time of grief, volunteers comfort mourners

Mourners paying respects to their Late King are offered free rides, accommodation and other facilities. In the time of grief for the country which mourns its Late King, Volunteers are being a source of comfort and consolation. The volunteers, most of them students and youth, are seen giving away black ribbons and picking up litter […]

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Goverment refrains from specifying time-frame for coronation of Crown Prince

No official statements have been yet made by the government as to when the royal succession will take place, although Deputy Prime Minister Wissanu Krea-ngam hinted the processions could take up to 172 days. Crown Prince Vajiralongkorn was announced as the royal heir to the late King Bhumibol Adulyadej; however not much have been disposed by […]

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Thailand to observe 15 days of mourning

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has said the nation is to observe atleast 15 days of mourning King Bhumibol Adulyadej before the royal succession.  Thailand is in mourning. King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who was the longest serving monarch is being mourned by his people. As matters of succession to the throne is still underway, the Prime Minister […]

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Bangkok bus service to get private operators

Government mulls revoking the legislation of 1983 which granted Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) the sole right to operate bus services in the city. The cabinet, on Tuesday passed a resolution, that in effect, will revamp the public road transport service in Bangkok. The resolution will allow private bus operators to start services in the […]

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Hostile marine creatures at Phuket, authorities ban swimming

Portuguese man-of-war, also known as blue bottle or floating terror is an aquatic creature found predominantly in the Indian, Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans that is capable of quite a sting.  Beaches of Phuket had an unexpected visitor from the oceans this week. The aquatic creature, originally a siphonophore, has a big gas bladder called […]

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