Friday, 29th August 2014

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No constitution through process: Dr Bhattarai

Kathmandu, Aug. 29: Chairman of the Constitutional Political Dialogue and Consensus Committee, Dr. Baburam Bhattarai, has spoken of the need...

CPDCC meeting discusses preamble, name of new constitution

CPDCC meeting discusses preamble, name of new constitution

Kathmandu, Aug. 29: The Constitutional Political Dialogue and Consensus Committee under the Constituent Assembly today discussed the preamble and the...

'Media should exert positive pressure for timely constitution'

'Media should exert positive pressure for timely constitution'

Kathmandu, Aug. 29: Minister for Information and Communications Dr Minendra Rijal has urged the journalists to exert pressure to the...

Keep Momentum Of Reforms

Finance Minister Dr. Ram Sharan Mahat has said that there was no alternative to a liberal economic policy for development and prosperity of the country, and added that the government was, therefore, making all efforts to strengthen the process of economic reform and liberalisation. Inaugurating the 15th general assembly of...

Micromax launches Micromax A61, A71

Kathmandu, Jan. 15: Micromax, one of the best selling mobiles, has launched its two new models – Micromax A61 and Micromax A71 – in its arsenal of glorious mobile phones in Nepal.

The all new Micromax A61 rides high on its awesome processing with Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) OS and 1.0GHz Ultra Fast Processor making the phone better and more efficient than any of its precursors in the brand, a press statement issued by the company stated.

With Micromax A61 you can store more songs and pictures with a memory that is expandable till 16 GB. The phone supports dual SIM also powered by a 1500 mAh battery. Its

Similarly, Micromax also releases Micromax A71. Sporting Android 4.1 Jellybean and 5.0" Touch Screen, it is one of the finest products you can get in the market to play any media. Its 1 Ghz Ultra Fast Processor outsmarts most of the phones in its league by quite some distance.

The Canvas A71 is sure to bring you closer to your near and dear ones with its GSM 3G support and Bluetooth.

The phone is also powered by a 2000 mAh Battery and has dual SIM support.

Nation

Forty-nine houses at landslide risk in Arghakhanchi

Arghakhanchi, Aug. 29: As many as 49 houses at a Dalit settlement in Sandhikharka Municipality-9 are at the risk of landslide. The settlement at Bhuhunge of...

Kantipur workers demand basic salary fixed by law

Kathmandu, Aug. 29: All Nepal Revolutionary Communications Print and Publication Workers Main Committee close to CPN-Maoist has demanded the release of its members as they...

Business

RBB selling promoter shares of NIB and Nepal housing finance

Kathmandu, Aug. 29:  Rastriya Banijya Bank (RBB), the largest commercial bank in terms of deposit and loan flow, is to sell the promoter shares of...

Illegal export of aggregates on rise in Udayapur

Gaighat (Udayapur), Aug. 29:  Local tractor entrepreneurs in Gaighat, Udayapur, have been found illegally exporting aggregates that has been banned by the government temporarily for...

Op-Ed

Foreign Visits By Leaders Reciprocity Needed:Nir Bahadur Karki

The visits of top leaders occupy a place of importance for the host country in determining the nature, manner and success of bilateral relationships, which...

National Planning Commission Myth and Reality:Thaneshwar Bhusal

A realistic development planning is the backbone of any nation. However, the ordinary thinking is that development planning is a prerequisite when there is a...

Detour

DEO illegally raises money from newly recruited teachers

Palpa, Aug. 29: The District Education Office (DEO), Palpa, has raised money illegally from the new teachers who were recruited recently after passing the Teachers'...

Woman returning from maternal home found dead

Baglung, Aug. 29: A woman was found dead at Boksekhalda of Baglung Municipality in Baglung district Thursday evening. The deceased has been identified as Rupa Gautam,...

World

Pakistan military to mediate in protest

Islamabad (AFP) Aug 29 :Pakistan's powerful army chief has stepped in to the political deadlock between the PM and two opposition figures leading huge anti-government...

More than 3m have fled war Syria: UN

GENEVA  (BBC) Aug 29 :More than three million Syrians are now registered as refugees and the desperate crisis is only getting worse, the UN's refugee...

Life Style

Preliminary medical investigation shows NiV outbreak in eastern Morang

Biratnagar, Aug. 29: Doctors have suspected 'Nipah virus' (NiV) to be a cause behind the death of seven people in a week in Letang and...

Chauirchan (Chauth Chandra ) Festival being observed today

Janakpurdham, Aug. 29: Mithilanchal is celebrating the Chaurchan (Chauth Chandra) festival, which is devoted to moon worship, with great respect, today. People take fast all day...

Sports

Rooney named England captain

LONDON, Aug 28, 2014 (AFP) - Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney will take over from Steven Gerrard as England captain, manager Roy Hodgson announced during...

US parents sue FIFA

WASHINGTON, Aug 28, 2014 (AFP) - A group of American parents is suing FIFA to force it to limit the number of times young soccer...

Markets

Service trade should be promoted: officials

Kathmandu, Aug. 29:  Emphasis has been laid on promotion of service trade through policy level and technical preparations as its importance has been increasing lately. At...

Landslide obstructs tourist road section

Solukhumbu, Aug. 29: The Jubhing-Lukla tourist road section has been blocked due to a landslide that occurred at Buksa, Jubhing-5 of the district since this...

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