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Buddha Air to add three Airbuses to its existing fleet!

Oct 12, 2017

KATHMANDU, Oct 11: Buddha Air has completed 20 years of non-stop dedicated service. It had begun its first service here in Nepal with a one-hour-long mountain flight by Witchcraft 1900 D manufactured in the United States of America. Buddha Air that operates flights mainly in urban areas of Nepal holds around 63 percent of the market. It has n...

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Smartphones not linked to plane crashes, petrol bowser explosions or brain cancer

Aug 28, 2017

Do smartphones cause brain cancer? Do they really mess with a plane's navigation gear? And petrol pumps? Really?? When it comes to the risks of mobile phone use, one thing is certain: the warnings about cancer, plane crashes and petrol pumps have been with us from the start. But what about the evidence? It turns out those risks have as m...

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'Woman, man, gay' - 15-year-old toilet sign causes controversy

Aug 28, 2017

Gender markings on lavatories are a huge talking point, so it is no surprise an apparently old 'gay' sign for the toilets at an Italian B&B has caused controversy. Le Camporelle di Cavallino, a farmhouse in Lecce, southern Italy, has been criticised for signage which separates users into male, female and gay. Although the photo has only r...

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Xiaomi overtakes Apple to lead wearable band market

Aug 13, 2017

Xiaomi overtook Apple in the global wearable band market in Q2, according to an industry analyst. The market grew 8 percent year on year in the second quarter, Canalys said in a research report. Xiaomi topped the market with shipments of 3.5 million units, closely followed by US firm Fitbit, which shipped 3.3 million units, a 34-percent y...

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Game of Thrones hackers demand ransom

Aug 9, 2017

Hackers who have leaked Game of Thrones scripts and other data from entertainment company HBO have released a note demanding a ransom payment. In a new dump, they also published a script for the as yet unbroadcast fifth episode of the current series. Company documents and video episodes of other HBO shows were also shared. The hackers cl...

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Android vs iOS: Which is more secure?

Aug 8, 2017

Android and iOS represent the lion's share of the mobile operating system market, and while there's inherent risk with the use of any mobile device in the enterprise, Android presents a much bigger target for malware attacks and, in turn, corporate security issues. With the massive growth of Android-powered devices in businesses over the past coup...

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Thousands of missing children kidnapped from India's railway network annually

Aug 5, 2017

The abduction of children from India's extensive railway network has been a chronic sensitive issue, showing little sign of receding in recent years, the Guardian reported on Sunday. The number of children abducted from the Kolkata's Sealdah railway station in eastern India, one of the busiest railway stations in India, was the highest nationw...

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Justin Bieber banned from China over 'bad behaviour'

Jul 23, 2017

Justin Bieber won't be taking to the stage in Beijing any time soon. The Canadian pop star has been banned from performing in China because of his past "bad behaviour," according to the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Culture — although it did concede he has talent. "Justin Bieber is a young foreign singer who is talented at singing but...

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MoU inked for SKYRAIL feasibility study

Jul 20, 2017

A memorandum of understanding was signed today between Kathmandu Metropolitan City and Cimex Inc to conduct feasibility study for skyrail in Kathmandu. According to a press release issued by Cimex, its Chairman Prasidha B Panday presented the pre-feasibility study report to KMC Mayor Bidya Sundar Shakya in a ceremony held here today. The rele...

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One Belt, One Road Fuels Nepal’s Dreams

Jul 19, 2017

“Good morning, sir,” the Nepal Armed Police Force officer stamped his boot on the ground while keeping his right hand at his forehead. The Chinese police officer sitting inside a large building on the Bank of Kerung Khola in Rasuwagadhi – the only active gateway from Tibet to Nepal had no response. “I want to take my friend...

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