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Bara Farmers Find No Buyers For Their Canes
Likely to face loss of Rs 428 million
BIRGUNJ, March 2:
Most of the farmers of Bara are yet to harvest their sugarcane crop this year as they are not sure whether Manarhwa-based Reliance Sugar and Chemical Industries will buy their products.

Harvesting season is already midway, but around 75 percent of sugarcane ready for harvest is still standing in fields.
Tourists From 120 Countries Trekked Annapurna Circuit In 2014
POKHARA, March 2: Tourists from 120 countries enjoyed the Annapurna Circuit Trek in 2014.

Junu Pun, tourism assistant at Dharapani check post of Annapurna Conservation Area project (ACAP), said the popular trekking trail received visitors from 120 countries from across the world in 2014. Last year, the trail had received visitors from 86 countries. “The popularity of Annapurna Region is growing with each passing year. We are getting visitors from across the world,” she added.
Samsung Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge In Nepal Within March: IMS
KATHMANDU, March 2: Integrated Mobility Sol-utions (IMS), the authorized distributor of Samsung for Nepal is launching, Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge by the end of March.

The South Korean electronics giant is launching its latest flagship phone Galaxy S6 and S6 edge in the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, on Sunday evening.
Samsung Launches Galaxy S6 And S6 Edge
Associated Press
NEW YORK, March 2: Samsung, locked in a tight race with Apple to be the world´s biggest smartphone maker, has unveiled an important new phone that ditches its signature plastic design for more stylish metal and glass.

The South Korean phone manufacturer also unveiled a premium model with a display that curves around the left and right edges so that information can be glanced at on the side. The Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will both include technology for mobile payments, though Samsung isn´t unveiling a service to rival the iPhone´s Apple Pay until this summer.
NOC Management Accused Of Ignoring Boardīs Decisions
KATHMANDU, March 2: The management of Nepal Oil Corporation, which is drawing flak from all quarters for its inability to punish people involved in oil theft and to ease supply of liquefied petroleum (LP) gas, has been found dilly-dallying on implementing number of key decisions taken by its board of directors (BoD).

Officials of Ministry of Commerce and Supplies (MoCS) as well as members of BoD told Republica that the management´s failure to implement key decisions has not only deteriorated NOC´s image but also affecting its financials.
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