RBB starts Mobile Pay

KATHMANDU: Rastriya Banijya Bank (RBB) has started 'Mobile Pay' scheme on the auspicious occasion of Deepawali. A user of Nepal Telecom prepaid and CDMA can use this service free of cost, said the bank that already has been providing internet banking and ATM services to its customers. The bank has already started 20 ATMs and aims to install 50 more ATMs soon. — HNS

Extra Mile new outlet

KATHMANDU: Extra Mile Pvt Ltd has opened its new service centre at Chabahil near Om hospital, with the aim of providing spot service to its customers. It has been providing 24-hour bike and scooter maintenance services at ring roads and two-km away from ringroad. It is giving 50 per cent off in engine maintenance and 20 per cent off for students and women, it claims. Castrol lubricants, advanced technometer, hydrolic lift, 24-hour rescue service, free bike pick-up, drop off service, sand blast washing are its specialities. — HNS

Farmers hit hard

KHOTANG: Farmers of Khotang are hit hard after the pears produced in their farms lack market. They have complained that they were badly affected due to lack of market. Commercial pear farming is being done in about 100 hector of land. — RSS