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  • Thai caves: Rescued Wild Boars football team to leave hospital on Thursday

    Bangkok: Twelve young footballers and their coach rescued from a Thai cave will be released from hospital on Thursday, health officals said, offering pychological support and urging the group to avoid media interviews despite huge interest in their against-the-odds survival story.

  • Thai cave where Wild Boar football team was trapped to be turned into a museum

    Bangkok: A cave complex in northern Thailand where 12 boys and their football coach were trapped for more than two weeks is set to be turned into a museum, a media report said on Thursday. Rescue officials said the museum would showcase how the operation unfolded in the Tham Luang cave, adding that it would be a “major attraction” for Thailand, reports the BBC.

  • Thai cave rescue: A miraculous rescue

    Miracles do happen, don’t they? One such the world witnessed in northern Thailand when a young football team of boys between 11 and 16 along with their 25-year-old coach found itself trapped deep inside a cave in shoulder-high rain waters but was most miraculously saved by a daring rescue act undertaken by a multinational task force of specialist cave divers. As the world sat on the edge, glued to the television screens

  • Mission Impossible Ends

    Mae Sai (Thailand) : A daring rescue mission in the treacherous confines of a flooded cave in northern Thailand has saved all 12 boys and their soccer coach trapped deep within the labyrinth, ending a grueling 18-day ordeal that claimed the life of an experienced volunteer diver and riveted people across the globe.

  • Thai Cave rescue: All 12 boys, coach evacuated on Day 3 of rescue ops

    Mae Sai (Thailand): The final five members of a young football team were rescued from a flooded Thai cave today after spending 18 harrowing days trapped deep inside, completing an astonishing against-the-odds rescue mission that captivated the world.

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    Thailand Cave Rescue: Nearly half of trapped soccer team brought out alive

    Bangkok: It was a rigorous test of human endurance. Sixteen days after being trapped 800 metres below ground, which is the equivalent of two Empire State Buildings on top of one another, nearly half of the football team holed up inside a flooded Thai cave has been brought out alive.

  • 37 dead as   Thai tourist boat capsizes

    Phuket (Thailand) :Thai rescuers pulled 37 bodies from waters off the coast of the holiday island of Phuket on Friday after a tourist boat went down in heavy seas with dozens of Chinese passengers on board.

  • Long rescue ahead for boys in Thai cave

    Mae Sai (Thailand) : Rescuers braced for a long and difficult evacuation for 13 members of a Thai youth football team found alive in a cave nine days after they went missing, as food and medicine was shuttled to them though muddy waters on Tuesday.

  • Thailand: Rescue operations on for boys football team, coach trapped in Tham Luang cave

    Bangkok: The Thai authorities on Tuesday are continuing their search and rescue efforts to find 12 children and an adult trapped inside a cave in northern Thailand. Bicycles, footwear and other belongings of the missing were found on Saturday at the Tham Luang cave entrance in Chiang Rai, Efe news reported.

  • Kaur’s all-round show in India’s win vs Thailand

    Kuala Lumpur : Skipper Harmanpreet Kaur delivered a solid all-round performance as the Indian women’s cricket team defeated Thailand by 66 runs in the Asia Cup T20 tournament, here on Monday.

  • Tips to Know before planning a trip to Thailand

    Thailand is one of those places which you can visit without having deep pockets. There are a lot of Thailand homes for rent in this beautiful country where you can stay and plan an agenda that can even last for more than two weeks. The rental homes don’t cost a hole in your purse. There is a list of things which you should be doing at Thailand and there are few checklists too.

  • India probes dumping of chemical by 5 countries

    New Delhi: India has started investigations into alleged dumping of a chemical, used mainly in the paint industry, from China, European Union, Korea, Taiwan and Thailand following a complaint from a domestic industry.