HIMALAYAN NEWS SERVICE
KATHAMDNU: Clinic Plus successfully completed its two-day central region audition of Clinic Plus Healthy Hair contest-4 in Kathmandu. The contest explores and showcases the affection between mothers and daughters. A total of 977 mother and daughter duos had registered for the event in which mother-daughter Isha and Ishani Tandukar from Kupondol, Lalitpur walked away with the first prize. Likewise, Sunita and Taniya Thapa from Satdobato, Lalitpur, and Shila and Shreya Maharjan from Tripureshwor, Kathmandu were announced second and third respectively. The winning mother-daughter duo will now participate in the national level competition, and, if they triumph, they will win scholarships worth Rs 0.5 million and an opportunity to be the face of Clinic Plus.
Classic Tech anniv
KATHMANDU: Classic Tech celebrated its third anniversary on Sunday. It has been working towards providing the best and most innovative internet services to its customers. On the occasion, Classic Tech has launched an unbelievable offer under which one can get 1MB broadband for only Rs 1,000. The company provides all the other regular services like broadband, wi-fi and optical fibre. Classic Tech has always been known for its reliability and with this scheme the company ensures that it maintains and enhances its reputation as the most reliable internet service provider.
Janata adds ATM
KATHMANDU: Janata Bank Nepal, to provide modern banking facilities to the rural populace of the country, has installed an ATM unit in Mangalsen, Achham. It was inaugurated by the president of Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Achham chapter Chandra Dhungana amid a function. The ATM unit supports SCT Network, VISA, MasterCard and JCB credit/debit cards, the bank said in a press note. Janata is also planning to introduce an ATM service in Liwang of Rolpa district in the near future.
Yamaha R15 V2.0
KATHMANDU: MAW Enterprises –– the sole authorised distributor of Yamaha motorcycles in the country –– has launched new limited editions of the Yamaha R15 V2 in white-red colour. The Yamaha R15 V2.0 limited edition was booked on a first-come, first-serve basis in Kathmandu valley, the company said, adding that it has ordered a limited number of bikes and only a single unit was provided to a few limited dealers outside the valley since the model is a limited edition. The limited edition models have WGP 50th anniversary edition logo and is priced at Rs 327,900. However, the regular models are available for booking for a price of Rs 321,900 in three colour options namely, racing blue, sunset red and midnight black.
NEHCO holds AGM
KATHMANDU: Nepal Health Care Cooperative (NEHCO) hosted its sixth annual general meeting (AGM) on Saturday. The AGM was held under the leadership of NEHCO chairman Rajendra Prasad Pandey at its newly constructed Manmohan Memorial Medical College Teaching Hospital with 900 beds at Swayambhu. Chief guest of the AGM was chairman of National Cooperative Federation of Nepal Keshav Badal and had participation of NEHCO's patron and former finance minister Bharat Mohan Adhikari, joint secretary of Ministry of Cooperatives and Poverty Alleviation Sudarshan Dhakal, registrar of Cooperative Department Kedar Neupane, chairman of Nepal Federation of Savings and Credit Cooperative Unions Minraj Kandel and other representatives from cooperatives. NEHCO chairman Pandey presented the financial report of fiscal 2010-11 at the AGM. The AGM felicitated children of NEHCO members who had scored high marks in the SLC examination and also announced a relief programme of Rs 0.1 million for shareholders who have lost their family members.
Sanima's new scheme
KATHAMDU: Sanima Bank has launched a new savings scheme targeting people who want to have savings for the future but can't afford to do it. The bank's new product is designed for people with incomes of any size, it said in a press note, adding that any segment of people –– with any level of income –– can enjoy the scheme, saving some portion from their regular income. Under the scheme, people can transfer the desired amount for savings from their regular income to meet their specific purpose for a specific time. The product educates and encourages people to save, and offers a commitment saving feature, the bank said.
Photo Concern's new machine
KATHMANDU: Photo Concern and Galchi Traders imported Album Machine from Apna Studios, India and showcased the machine at a programme organised jointly by the managing director of Photo Concern Srijana Thapa and Apna Studio's representative Munjal Solanki. The Album Machine uses UV Lamination technology to laminate photos to make a high quality photo album of 5" x 7" to 12" x 18" sizes.
The Realtors in Maharajgunj
KATHMANDU: The Realtors –– country's first professionally managed real estate company –– will expand its services through a new branch at Maharajgunj from Monday. The company offers a one-stop solution for every real estate business queries. The real estate company facilitates both buyers and sellers with a transparent deal, it said in a press note.
Citizens' health camp
KATHMANDU: Citizens Bank International's branch situated at Simkot, Humla on the occasion of its first anniversary organised a free health camp for the people of Humla. The bank under its corporate social responsibility organised the health camp in partnership with Lomus Pharmaceuticals and Chit Medical, Simkot. The health camp had a participation of 600 people and 17 health workers. Similarly, the bank also handed two computer sets to Madarsh school, Gulariya, Bardiya and Sanchetana Primary School, Dhobighat, Lalitpur.