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Changwat Nonthaburi
Tuesday, November 12, 2019
Illegal Agarwood

India’s perfume tree agarwood a step away from extinction

The agarwood tree (Aquilaria malaccensis), whose resin extract is widely used in perfumes and incense, is one step away from being declared extinct in...

Forest Minister launches agar tree plantation at border village

Forest and Environment Minister Thounaojam Shyamkumar today launched an agar tree plantation near the Indo-Myanmar border at Holenphai village, Moreh, Tengnoupal district. It may be...

Six Indonesians Plead Guilty for Trespass in Malaysian Wildlife Crime Hotspot

Six Indonesians pleaded guilty yesterday to charges for trespassing into the Lanjak-Entimau Wildlife Sanctuary, a hotspot for wildlife crime including the illegal extraction of...

Close your nose: 10 gallons of urine found in ‘perfume factory’

JEDDAH: Ten gallons of human urine kept in several containers shocked a municipality team when it raided a warehouse on Wednesday. The Hail municipality team...

Mukul’s Cutting Riposte To Prestone

Chief Minister Mukul Sangma is not one who would shy away from a verbal duel. A day after former cabinet minister Prestone Tynsong attacked...

German bank to lend 36.7 million Euros

Germany's major bank KfW would be providing aloanof36.7 million Euros to the State Government to take up a watershed management project. After an MoU was...

Everything you need to know about Oud

It’s been prized for centuries for its rich, smoky resinous and slightly primal aroma, but in the last few years oud has dominated the...

Dept warns against stealing agarwood

Sabah's Chief Conservator of Forests, Datuk Sam Mannan, has issued a fresh warning against stealing agarwood, saying his department will not hesitate to take...

Forest officials accused to misappropriating 65 million baht worth of Agarwood

Pol Col Somboon Thongsomboon, superintendent of Kuan Meet police in Songkhla, said he had filed a complaint, accusing a group of forest officials of...

Perfume Culture in Middle-East

The way Indians use incense sticks during pujas, Arabs use perfume sticks or incense-like concoction called bukhoor while dressing up. They keep their clothes...