PM announces that about 200 public buses will be provided for people to use for free during Pchum Ben in October.
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An increase in rail passengers is thanks to an uptick in awareness among the general public of the railway, and the increasing reliability and convenience of the service.
Nearly 30 people have died and another 90 injured in traffic accidents over the three-day Pchum Ben festival.
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The Transport Ministry asks all transport companies not to hike fees over Pchum Ben.
Authorities block the CNRP from holding a ceremony to commemorate the victims of the deadly 1997 grenade attack.
The National Social Security Fund urges drivers to be careful carrying garment workers to and from their home during Pchum Ben.
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Two boys are killed and two seriously injured after playing with football-shaped firecrackers.
Cambodian Buddhists begin to make offerings and pray as part of the annual rituals for the Pchum Ben festival.
For Cambodians, Pchum Ben is one of the biggest festivals of the year, and widely celebrated across the Kingdom.
A senior Justice Ministry official says the number of prisoners set to receive royal pardons for Pchum Ben festival is undecided.
WING is offering free bus tickets from Phnom Penh Sorya to all provinces for WING Account customers who make transactions from $5 up for Pchum Ben.
The Health Ministry’s Communicable Disease Control Department issues a reminder for the Pchum Ben festival.
The government issues a sub-decree that civil servants will receive $12 for Pchum Ben.