Lalit gets ISO 9001:2000

KATHMANDU: Lalit Mandap Travels and Tours Pvt Ltd received international quality certification ISO 9001:2000. An American company QSI INK awarded the certification for its excellence of travel, tour and ticketing. Since 1995, Lalit Mandap is in the business of travel, tour and ticketing, states a press release. With a variety of interesting holiday packages, the agency offers packages for all class of people in an affordable price throughout the exotic places in the world like Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, China along with America and Europe. — HNS

Harati brings modems

KATHMANDU: Harati Computer Services Pvt Ltd has launched a range of IT products from renowned companies like LINKSYs (CISCO), CNETs, TPLink, and 3Com. Harati is the authorised distributors and sellers of ADSL modems, switches, routers and many products manufactured by these companies. Currently, available products are ADSL 2+ modem, multi port ADSL internet switch and high speed ADSL wireless router.— HNS



KATHMANDU: Development Credit Bank Ltd (DCBL) — a B class bank — has got green signal from the Nepal Rastra Bank, the regulatory authority, to upgrade to ‘A’ class commercial bank. It has the paid up capital of Rs 1.1 billion at present but it will increase its paid up capital to Rs 2 billion by the end of fiscal year 2067, states a press release. It will be called Development Credit Bank Ltd after the upgradation. — HNS

Prime gets


KATHMANDU: Prime Life Insurance Company Ltd got the operating licence from Insurance Board (Beema Samiti), the regulatory authority of insurance sector, to conduct life insurance business in Nepal. Being promoted by Nepal’s leading and prominent business groups, the company will start operating from the first week of June, states a press release. — HNS

Dr Pant Research centre

KATHMANDU: To give continuity to the contributions and economic aspirations of senior economist Dr Yadav Prasad Pant, a research and development academy has been established. Dr Yadav Prasad Pant Research and Development Academy, Nepal has an objective to expedite economic activities in rural areas by providing opportunities to marginalised group and indigenous community, states a press release. It also aims to publish various economic activities and books reflecting Dr Pant’s vision of new prosperous and developed Nepal. Established under the patronage of Rama Devi Pant, renowned senior economists, management experts and people working in the social sector are associated with the institute. — HNS