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InfoQuest Limited is a leading news agency and information provider in Thailand devoted to development, aggregation and marketing of content products, news clipping as well as mobile content services. NEWSCenter, its online content products includes a various kinds of information ranging from local and international newswires, newspapers and magazines, real-time news by its own editorial and reference articles from research firms, financial institutions, government agencies and regulatory bodies.

InfoQuest has a technical partner, ThaiQuest Limited, a leading software and search engine developer in Thailand which operates and support InfoQuest in many ways such as database and technical assistance. InfoQuest employs approximately 140 people and many of them gain much experience in the real-time information business.

InfoQuest has joined AsiaNet and act for AsiaNet's representative in Thailand since 1996. InfoQuest translates, distributes via fax and email to local newspapers, target magazines and TV and radio stations. The company also market domestic and international press release, photo release and multimedia services.

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13 trapped in a northern cave found alive, evacuation 'could take months'

Chiang Rai, Thailand -- Rescuers on Monday night found 12 boys and their 25-year-old soccer coach alive inside Tham Luang Nang Non cave in the northern province of Chiang Rai after being trapped for 10 days since June 23.

The former governor of Chiang Rai province, Narongsak Osottanakorn, who oversees the rescue operation, told reporters that the team finally found the missing group near a large chamber on higher ground in the cave.

However, the rescuers are racing against time to bring them out of the flooded cave before the water rises again with officials saying that they are planning to teach them to dive otherwise getting them out safely could take months when the water recedes to a safe level.