Xiaomi has been included in the Fortune Global 500 list for the third consecutive year, rising to 338th in 2021, representing a significant advance of 84 places compared to its ranking of 422nd in 2020. Its 2021 ranking makes it the fastest growing company in
In a virtual launch event, Daayitwa officially proclaimed the 15 Nepal Public Administration Fellows 2021. The talented and energetic youth have been placed at 11 different municipalities across five provinces to support public officials and elected representatives in formulating and implementing local policies and programmes.
NYEF KTM Startup Awards is a premier competition and bootcamp for enthusiastic and driven entrepreneurs who aim to nurture their startup into a scalable business. The event is targeted towards startups who have been in the market for less than five years. The objective of
Expanding choices and delivering what consumers want and value, Ford Nepal has introduced two brand new variants to the most relished Figo lineup: Ford Figo Titanium A/T and Ford Figo Titanium+ A/T priced at Rs 3,499,000 and Rs 3,699,000, respectively.The new variant is the upgraded
Samsung has recently announced the launch of Galaxy F22. This #FullOnFun smartphone comes packed with an array of segment-leading features that serve the needs of tech savvy Gen Z and millennial customers. It comes with 6.4” sAMOLED display with 90Hz refresh rate, massive 6000mAh battery,
TVS Motor Company, a reputed two-wheeler and three-wheeler manufacturer globally, announced that the TVS NTORQ 125, its sporty, Bluetooth connected scooter, has crossed the sales milestone of 50,000 units in Nepal. The scooter achieved this sales mark within three years of its launch.
In 2018, TVS
The world-famous automobile brand Chery is coming to Nepal and has appointed SPG Automobiles, a company under Sharda Group, as its authorised distributor for Nepal. According to company sources, they are expected to commence operations soon.
The company informed that their official distributor, SPG Automobiles, has
Finance Minister Janardhan Sharma has mentioned that the country will not be able to develop unless Karnali Province, which has the highest poverty rate in the country, also develops and has urged banks and financial institutions to increase their investments in the province. He stated
The Society of Economic Journalists Nepal (SEJON) and Kathmandu University (KU) signed an agreement on August 19 to collaborate on various aspects related to the country’s economy. The pact was signed by Dean of KU School of Arts Sagar Raj Sharma and President of SEJON
Nabil Bank has launched online application of SME loans. Now customers willing to apply for Nabil SME loans can simply visit the bank’s website and apply for the loan digitally. This initiative is in line with the bank’s aim to transform into a fully digital