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'Gold, Silver Products Worth Rs 100 Million Sold On Tuesday'
KATHMANDU, Oct 21: Gold and silver products worth around Rs 100 million were sold on Tuesday -- the day of Dhanteras, according to bullion traders.

Dhanteras is celebrated on the thirteenth day of the dark fortnight in the month of Kartik, according to lunar calendar. The day holds special significance for businesspeople who purchase precious metals to appease Laxmi -- the goddess of wealth.
Allied Trade Link Opens Multi-brand Outlet
KATHMANDU, Oct 21: Allied Trade Link International, the authorized distributor of Karbonn mobile phones for Nepal, on Tuesday opened its first multi-brand showroom -- Allied Mobile Hub -- at Kamaladi, Kathmandu. Rajesh Kaji Shrestha, president of Nepal Chamber of Commerce (NCC), inaugurated the showroom, a company statement said.

 Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, Shrestha said that the new multi-brand showroom would establish itself as the hub for mobile phones and would offer products as per the demand of customers.
Qatar Airways Announces Winners
KATHMANDU, Oct 21 : Nil Bahadur Dhakal of Megabyte Travels has won a Bajaj Pulsar bike in ´Sell & Win´ scheme launched by Qatar Airways from July 1 till September 31.

Similarly, Sarishma Prajapati of Everest Miracle and Anik Lama of Megabyte Travels have won Samsung Galaxy Grand Neo handsets each, according to a statement issued on Tuesday. Sanjeeb Panthi of Sumegh Tavel, Tek Raj Poudel of Regency Travels and Govinda Ojha of Everest Miracle have won Being Human gift vouchers worth Rs 5,000 each.
Lava Iris X5 Now In Stores
KATHMANDU, Oct 21: CG Impex, the authorized distributor of Lava mobile phones, has launched Lava Iris X5 in the Nepali market.

According to the company, the newly launched model is the successor of Iris X1. Priced at Rs 17,999, phone is a perfect combination of superlative camera performance and a graceful design, the company said in a statement issued on Tuesday.
NAC, Druk Air Signs Codesharing Pact
KATHMANDU, Oct 21: Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) and Druk Airlines Corporation of Bhutan on Tuesday signed a codeshare agreement. "In this kind of agreement, two airlines work on each others mutual benefit by signing a commercial agreement," a statement issued on Tuesday said.

 From now onwards, Druk Air will serve as operating carrier and NAC as marketing carrier for Kathamandu-Mumbai-Kathmandu flights. NAC´s Commercial Director Ram Hari Sharma and Druk Air´s Commercial General Manager Namgay Wangchuk signed the agreement, according to the statement.
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