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ISPs Launch Attractive Offers At CAN Info-Tech
KATHMANDU, Jan 31: Internet service providers (ISPs) have launched attractive schemes at the ongoing CAN Info-Tech 2015 to increase their subscribers base.

Leading ISPs like Subisu, Vianet, WorldLink, Classic Tech, WebSurfer and Nepal Telecom (NT), among others, have come up with special offers to attract customers. Subisu, the title sponsor of the event, is providing 10 GB data bonus with every package. It is also offering free Wi-Fi routers, 6 months validity of analogue TV subscription, fiber modem and TV receiver, waiving off installation charge depending on the package. Subisu is providing Clear TV set top box free of cost with some package. Its packages start from Rs 12,999 and go as high as Rs 19,999 depending on the services and Internet speed.
Similarly, Vianet is doubling its data volume, and providing data for two months and wireless routers free of cost in all its packages. The package starts from Rs 5,999. The company gives unlimited Internet at 384 Kpbs. The monthly renewal charge starts from Rs 1,000 plus VAT depending on Internet speed.
Bishal Bazaar Traders Start Lobbying To Avoid Punishment
Say they became victims of ‘minimum reference price’ at customs points
Traders of Bishal Bazaar, who were found charging customers 10-12 times higher than the cost price in September, have started lobbying with government officials, saying that they became victim of the structural problem of minimum ‘reference prices’ at the customs.

Six traders have intensified visits to government officials and lawmakers after the Department of Commerce and Supply Management (DoCSM) forwarded investigation files to Metropolitan Police Range Hanumandhoka recently to file cases against them at District Administration Office, Kathmandu under black-marketing act.
Nepse Up By 17.61 Points
KATHMANDU, Jan 31: Nepal Stock Exchange (Nepse) index jumped by 17.61 points this week to close at 986.66 points on Thursday-the last trading day of the week.

This is the third straight week that the benchmark index has logged gains. Nepse index has gone up by a total of 36.35 points in the last three weeks.
Cooperatives Flourishing In Baglung
BAGLUNG, Jan 30: Cooperatives movement is expanding in the district after the government embraced three-pillar economic model -- government, private sector and cooperatives.

People are forming cooperatives not just in district headquarters, but also in far-flung village development committees (VDCs).
Rupee Weakens, Gold Price Falls
KATHMANDU, Jan 31: Nepali rupee weakened against US dollar by 70 paisa this week as the Indian currency, with which rupee is pegged, lost value against the greenback. On the other hand, gold lost its shine by Rs 500 per tola (11.664 grams) over the week as the price of yellow metal came down in the international market.

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