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WRC students designs a machine that clears the water hycianth in water

WRC students designs a machine that clears the water hycianth in water Rajan Pariyar Pokhara, 8 Jan WRC Students designs a machine that clears the water hycianth in water. Nearly 50 projects were presented at the 3rd Engineering Expo held on Jan 6-7. The expo was organised with the aim of modernizing and the scientific development of industry, tourism and …

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Online application service for driving license begins

Online application service for driving license begins Lalitpur, December 25 With the government launching an online service to register the application for driving license of a two-wheeler and a scooter, the service seekers are now to be free from the compulsion of visiting the respective transport management office and waiting in a queue to submit the applications. Minister for Physical …

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Two Turkish held for drawing money from ATM Card

Two Turkish held for drawing money from ATM Card Kathmandu, November 11 The Central Investigation Bureau of Nepal Police arrested two Turkish nationals for illegally drawing money using fake ATM cards on Thursday. They secretly extracted data and PIN code from the ATM cards with the help of a card skimming device. They were held from Yellow Pagoda Hotel of …

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Get back your lost phone in very easy steps

Get back your lost phone in very easy steps Do you know many of the cellphones are hard to find them back? None of you might have got your phones back for you or your family if lost. But for android users, its easy to get back your phone if stolen by others.  There are some easier steps you will have …

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Nepal should learn from Bangladesh in IT: Minister Karki

Nepal should learn from Bangladesh in IT: Minister Karki 22 Oct, Kathmandu: Minister for Information and Communications Surendra Kumar Karki has said Nepal can learn much from Bangladesh in the ICT sector as it is ahead of Nepal in this sector. He said this while talking to journalists at the airport upon arrival home from Bangladesh today after taking part …

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3G service spreads to all 75 districts

3G service spreads to all 75 districts Kathmandu, Oct 7: Nepal Telecom’s GSM 3G mobile service has now percolated through to all the 75 districts of the country. With the launch of the service at Dunai locality of Dolpa and Simikot in Jumla, the high-end 3G service is now accessible in all parts of the country, according to Telecom’s Spokesperson, …

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Leader Mahat stresses on uses of science and technology

Leader Mahat stresses on uses of science and technology Kathmandu, Oct 5: Former Minister and Nepali Congress central leader Ram Sharan Mahat has said the uses of science and technology would help attain rapid economic growth in the country. Addressing a science conference organised by the Harikhetan Multiple Campus here today, leader Mahan spoke of the need of modernizing agricultural …

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Bajaj Cash-Wish with Good-Wish offer

Dashain is the greatest festival of Nepalese and has been celebrated by every Nepalese around the world. This festival has been interestingly celebrated by every single Nepalese blood either they are Hindus or Buddhists or any other. This is the festival when every single wish for peace, prosperity, healthy and long life to their relatives, community members and even the …

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WRC Pokhara students make solar car

WRC Pokhara students make solar car Cityof7lakes.com October 2, Pokhara: A Solar hybrid car has been made by the students from Western Regional Campus (WRC), Lamachaur which was displayed in Pokhara City Hall on Friday. Solar fueling car was assembled by the fourth year students of mechanical department of WRC. Student Sagar Adhikari said that his team made that environment friendly …

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​Metropolitan police intensifies CCTV installation drive

Metropolitan police intensifies CCTV installation drive 24 Sept, Kathmandu: The Metropolitan Police have intensified the installation of closed-circuit television (CCTV) cameras in multiple locations of the Kathmandu Valley. Busy and the most sensitive areas in the Valley are to be brought under the surveillance of CCTV cameras. The Metropolitan Police Commissioner’s Office has said CCTV cameras have already been set …

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