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Misuse of SIMs cards across border still rampant

Gelephu police received information from police in the neighbouring district of Assam, India, that a Bhutanese SIM card was being used to make ransom calls in a kidnapping case across the border.

Although both the abductor and abductee was Indian national, the ransom calls were made from a Bhutanese SIM card from the Indo-Bhutan border near Sarpang.

Gelephu police officials said they found that the SIM card belongs to a monk in Trongsa, who claimed that he lost the SIM card three years ago.

INVITATION TO SUBMIT PROPOSALS FOR INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATIVE RESEARCH AND ICT PILOT PROJECTS FOR RURAL AREAS FOR 2017

DITT on behalf of Asia-Pacific Telecommunity (APT) would like to invite Bhutanese ICT divisions/Agencies/Firms to submit proposals for the joint research projects to facilitate ICT application in the Asia-Pacific funded by the Extra Budgetary Contribution from JAPAN to the following category;

1. International Collaborative Research (Category I)

Executives promoted

Mr.Jigme Thinlye Namgyal, our Director DITT, has been promoted to Director General/EX2A by the Royal Civil Service Commission during it’s 100th Commission Meeting held on June 13, 2017, with effect from July 1, 2017. The family of DITT proudly congratulates for his well deserved promotion. Tashi delek!!

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