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Lowered rates
Ncell has slashed its rates to Rs 1.99 per minute for calls made to any network. Existing subscribers need to type 'sajilo' and sms 302 to register for this plan, and new subscribers will automatically be included.

Innovative sharing
HP has introduced the HP MultiSeat 100 for schools, which allows a single host computer to be shared by upto 10 students. Students can use their personal monitors and keyboards connected via MultiSeat to the host computer, which consumes only 2.5 watts of power, reducing energy costs by up to 80 per cent.

Size matters
Syakar Company has launched its eighth generation Honda Accord, which extends 80 mm further than older models and is 25 mm wider. It has a 2.4 litre i-VTEC engine that delivers power of 180 ps. The model's fuel efficiency has been improved by 8 per cent.

New queen
The Hidden Treasure has selected 24 contestants for Dabur Special Miss Nepal 2010. They were selected from more than 100 applicants. The contestants will undergo a 5-week training course on grooming and confidence-building exercises for the final day.

Jazzy screens
LG has launched its Jazz series of LCD TVs, model no. 26LU11UR. The model is equipped with 300 W PMPO sound output, USB 2.0 connectivity, DivX compatibility and PC connectivity.

Juicy products
Alternate Herbal Products has repacked its Marmalos Bel Juice and also introduced aloe vera juice in its line of products. The bel juice is priced at Rs 125 and the new aloe vera juice costs Rs 435.

Birthday bash
Mobile Tron's Nokia store at the Tamrakar Complex has successfully completed a year of operations. To celebrate, Mobile Tron is giving away attractive gift hampers to its customers with every Nokia phone purchase.

Easy transfer
IME has signed an agreement with Kyodai Japan, a Japanese money transfer company, to facilitate money transfers for Nepalis working in Japan. The remittances sent can be collected from any of the 800 counters of IME in Nepal.

Religious accounts
Bank of Kathmandu has launched its 'BOK Pokhara Bachat Khata', a regional savings account for customers in Gandaki and Dhaulagiri zones, with a 7.5 per cent interest rate. The bank will donate Rs 100 per account opened to Bindhyabasini Dharmik Kshetra Bikash Samiti for the development of Bindhyabasini temple and its surrounds in Pokhara.

Cheers
Arctic International has launched Beck's Beer in Nepal, now available in all major restaurants and stores. Beck's is brewed by Beck's Brewery, located in the north German city of Bremen.



LATEST ISSUE
638
(11 JAN 2013 - 17 JAN 2013)


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