Monday, 25.2.2008: India and Cambodia Plan to Create a Modern Technology and Information Technology Center in Phnom Penh

Posted on 25 February 2008. Filed under: Week 549 |

The Mirror, Vol. 12, No. 549

“Phnom Penh: A senior official of the Indian Embassy in Cambodia pointed to a plan for cooperation between Cambodia and India through the establishment of a center for modern technology and information technology in Cambodia in the near future.

“Mr. Aloke Sen, the Indian Ambassador to Cambodia, said that India would like to increase and enhance the cooperation with Cambodia by creating a center for modern technology and information technology in Phnom Penh. This is a new project, through which India would like to cooperate with Cambodia in order to provide professional training services and to improve the use of information science in Cambodia.

“Mr. Aloke Sen said so during a discussion with Deputy Prime Minister Sok An, Minister in Charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers, at the Council of Ministers in Phnom Penh in the afternoon of 22 February 2008.

“Furthermore, Mr. Aloke Sen talked about the visit of a big delegation of Indian investors to Cambodia in future. The potential investors include an Indian film production company which is interested in coming to conduct studies and assessments on the market in Cambodia.

“Deputy Prime Minister Sok An, the Minister in Charge of the Office of the Council of Ministers, said also on behalf of the Royal Government of Cambodia, that he would like to welcome the delegation of Indian investors who intend to pay a visit to Cambodia in the future, and he hailed the strengthening of cooperation between Cambodia and India through the creation of a center for modern technology and information technology. Meanwhile, Deputy Prime Minister Sok An extended thanks to the Indian government for having assisted in various sectors in Cambodia in the past until the present.” Kampuchea Thmey, Vol.7, #1576, 24-25.2.2008

Newspapers Appearing on the Newsstand:
Monday, 25 February 2008

Apyea Kroet, Vol.6, #66, 25.2.2008

  • Those Who Leave One Party for Another Are Politicians Who Just Want to Boast in Front of the Citizens
  • Journalists Are Enemies of Corrupt Officials and Those Who Do Business Illegally, but Good Friends of Clean Officials and Those Who Do Business Legally

Chuoy Khmer, Vol.2, #50, 25.2.2008

  • [President of Human Rights Party] Kem Sokha Calls Citizens to Vote to Change the Leader on 27 July
  • Keo Remy: Government and Ruling Party Cannot Solve Land Crisis
  • Corruption in Cambodia Can Be Combated if Hun Sen and Cambodian People’s Party Lose Power

Kampuchea Thmey, Vol.7, #1576, 24-25.2.2008

  • India and Cambodia Plan to Create a Modern Technology and Information Technology Center in Phnom Penh
  • Samdech Prime Minister Inaugurated Site for Establishment of Sihanoukville Special Economy Zone Worth $320 Million
  • Sar Kheng Cancels Registration of Two South Korean Companies Seeking Marriage Partners in Cambodia [in an attempt to prevent fake marriages]
  • Duch Will Be Embarrassed at Tuol Sleng Prison and Choeung Ek Killing Fields Memorial on 26-27 February [where he used to work, as he will be sent to visit these places]

Khmer Amatak, Vol.9, #560, 25.2.2008

  • Director of Ratanakiri Education Department [Phan Phirum] Spends Riel 20 Million [approx. US$5,000] to Silence Inspectors [over corruption scandal]

Koh Santepheap, Vol.41, #6280, 25.2.2008

  • Vietnam Is Leading after China in Exports to US Market

Moneaksekar Khmer, Vol.15, #3396, 25.2.2008

  • Duch Acknowledges Torturing People in Tuol Sleng Prison and Taking Them to Be Killed in Choeung Ek Lake
  • Corruption and Bureaucracy Become Serious Diseases in Khmer Society

Samleng Yuvachun Khmer, Vol.15, #3256, 24-25.2.2008

  • Samdech Krom Preah [Norodom Ranariddh] Asks Khmer People to Learn from Pakistani People to Vote Out Ruling Party from Power

Sralanh Khmer, Vol.3, #629, 24-25.2.2008

  • Illegal Yuon [Vietnamese] Immigrants in Cambodia Have Better Luck Than Khmers in Kampuchea Krom [Vietnamese government visits and gives gifts to illegal Vietnamese immigrants in Cambodia]

Have a look at last week’s editorial

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