Xiaomi Launches Redmi Y3 With 32MP Selfie Camera Now In Nepal

Kathmandu,May 10 : Xiaomi, global technology leader, today announced the 32MP selfie camera-equipped Redmi Y3 in Nepal, which brings the Kryo architecture to the Redmi Y series for the first time ever. Speaking on the occasion, Sourabh Kothari, Country General Manager – Nepal, Xiaomi, said, “We’re excited to offer our all-new Redmi Y3 which redefines the selfie experience for our Mi Fans with its 32MP super selfie camera. Embodying the stunning Aura Prism design, Redmi Y3 is a significant...

Tatopani customs point to resume soon

Kathmandu, May 10 Tatopani customs point in Sindupalchowk will open from May 20, government officials say. The customs point between Nepal and China was out of operation after the area suffered heavy damage during the 2015 Gorkha Earthquake. According to Customs Office chief Krishna Basnet, the Chinese team will hand over the dry port to Nepal on May 20. “All customs related work will be done from here after the handover is complete,” shares Basnet. The international standard dry...

IMPACTS OF DAM Fish Under Threat

Kathmandu,May 5 : Mai Khola of Ilam and Modi Khola of Parbat, Marsyangdi and Daraudi of Lamjung are examples of how the construction of casket hydropower dams are destroying aquatic life and fisheries. With virtually no fish ladders and other such safeguards, fishes are disappearing from many rivers. As Nepal’s demand for energy is growing, the exploitation of water resources for energy generation is natural but, on its flip side, aquatic life is coming under threat. However, there is...

Nepal’s Trade Union Organizations To Celebrate May Day 2019

Kathmandu,May 01 : This year’s International May Day is special and historic all over the world including in Nepal as this is an year of The ILO Centenary. Nepalese Trade Union Organizations are also preparing to celebrate both. International Labour Day 2019 will be celebrated by the workers all over Nepal at Wednesday. International Labor Day theme 2019 is “Sustainable Pension for all: The Role of Social Partners”. Similarly, the government has announced May 1 as a public holiday....

The World Bank To Support Scaling Up Renewable Energy Options In Nepal

Kathmandu,April 22 : The Government of Nepal (GoN) and the World Bank signed an agreement today to scale up renewable energy options in selected regions of Nepal in partnership with private sector. The agreement was signed Shreekrishna Nepal, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Finance on behalf of the Government of Nepal and Bigyan Pradhan, Acting Country Manager on behalf of the World Bank. Total of USD 17.21 million will be spent during four-year period of the Private Sector-Led Mini-Grid Energy...

Minister Pun Calls Czech Businessmen To Invest In Nepal

Kathmandu,April 07 : Czech Ambassador to Nepal Milan Hovorka said that Czech Republic wants to invest in Nepal’s hydropower sector. In a discussion with the minister of Energy, Water Resource and Irrigation Barsha Man Pun at Singhdurbar, ambassador Hovorka said that some Czech companies are interested to invest in solar and hydropower sector given Nepal government creates conducive environment for investment. Ambassador Hovorka also said that there Czech Republic also wants to collaborate with Nepal in irrigation and modern...

6 kg gold nabbed at TIA

Kathmandu,April 05 : Officials at the TIA have captured four women bringing 6 kg gold into Nepal. Officials believe the gold smugglers were using new methods to smuggle gold to Nepal by using women. Babita Garg, Sarita Jain, Japin Jait and Sunita were arrested by the customs officials at TIA on Thursday. Those arrested were coming from Bangkok.

Naya Shakti hands over Rs 500,000 to storm-hit people

Kathmandu, April 4 Naya Shakti Party Nepal has donated Rs 500,000 to people affected by the disastrous storm in Bara and Parsa districts of southern Nepal. The party’s coordinator and former prime minister Baburam Bhattarai handed over the money to Province 2 Minister for Physical Infrastructure Jitendra Sonal. The money will be deposited in the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund, according to the party. Earlier, Bhattarai had announced that he would provide his half month’s salary to the survivors. In...

Deuba donates Rs 2.5 million to storm survivors

Kathmandu, April 2 Nepali Congress Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has announced that he will donate Rs 2.5 million to survivors of a storm in Bara and Parsa districts. Deuba made the announcement as he visited Pheta village of Bara district, one of the worst hit locations by the Sunday storm, on Tuesday afternoon. During the visit, the leader also met survivors. Meanwhile, the former prime minister also expressed his dissatisfaction over the federal government’s weak presence in the...

Multilateralism at the heart of Boao Forum for Asia

Hainan (Boao), April 1: The Boao Forum for Asia 2019 concluded in the Chinese Boao city of Hainan with a strong call for upholding multilateralism, global governance and broader cooperation. The heads of governments, business leaders, think tanks and experts present in the BFA committed themselves to “Shared Future, Concerted Action, Common Development”— the theme of this year’s BFA. This year, the forum witnessed multiple series of panel discussions on tourism, regional cooperation, technological innovation, changed media landscape, artificial...

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