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ISRO to launch satellite for Bhutan next year and train four Bhutanese space engineers

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ISRO to launch satellite for Bhutan next year and train four Bhutanese space engineersNew Delhi (IANS) Nov 22, 2020

Launching the second phase of RuPay card, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday announced that India will soon be sending Bhutanese satellite to space. "India opened its space sector for private enterprises. It will boost innovation, capacity and skills. ISRO will be sending Bhutan's satellite next year and work on that is progressing fast," He said. "Like other Indians I have great
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News video: Work in process to send Bhutan's satellite to space by dint of ISRO: PM Modi

Work in process to send Bhutan's satellite to space by dint of ISRO: PM Modi 01:47

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 20 said that he is glad that the work is under process to send Bhutan's satellite to space by dint of ISRO. "I am delighted that work is going on rapidly to send Bhutan's satellite to space with the help of ISRO, next year. For this purpose, Bhutan's four...

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