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A short glance at cyber law and data security in Nepal                             

A short glance at cyber law and data security in Nepal                             
23 July, KATHMANDU: Cyber law is a relatively new legal area in Nepal that covers a broad range of topics emphasising cyber security and data privacy. The law is extended to the devices used to access the internet, including computers, cell phones, email, websites, data storage devices, software, and hardware. It regulates the communications, privacy, freedom of expression, and intellectual... Read More

BYD rolled off its 7 Millionth New Energy Vehicle

BYD rolled off its 7 Millionth New Energy Vehicle
21 May, KATHMANDU: On March 25th, BYD, renowned as the world’s foremost manufacturer of new energy vehicles and power batteries, celebrated a historic achievement by rolling off its 7 millionth new energy vehicle, the DENZA N7, at its Jinan factory in China. This milestone marks BYD as the world’s first automaker to reach such a remarkable production feat, signaling yet... Read More

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi dies in helicopter crash

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi dies in helicopter crash
20 May, Kathmandu : Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi and Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian died in a helicopter crash. Their condition following the crash on Sunday was initially unknown. According to Reuters, quoting an Iranian official, the helicopter was completely burnt in the accident. Rescue workers reached the scene on Monday morning. The weather at the accident site was very poor,... Read More

Technology can shape up agriculture in emerging economies for food security: World Economic Forum

Technology can shape up agriculture in emerging economies for food security: World Economic Forum
01 May, KATHMANDU: A report released by World Economic Forum highlights the emerging technological solutions and strategies that will shape the global agriculture system and contribute to food security. The report “Agritech: Shaping Agriculture in Emerging Economies, Today and Tomorrow” provides insights into the integration of Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies in the agriculture sector. The report also calls for governments... Read More

Japan Assists in Improving Learning Environment in Gorkha

Japan Assists in Improving Learning Environment in Gorkha
28 March, Kathmandu: The inauguration and handover ceremony of the new classroom building of Shree Rameshwary Secondary School took place in the Gorkha district on March 28. KIKUTA Yutaka, Ambassador of Japan to Nepal, attended the ceremony. The new classroom building has been constructed as part of a project supported by the Government of Japan under the Grant Assistance for... Read More

Apple’s new Vision Pro has big ambitions – know them all

Apple’s new Vision Pro has big ambitions – know them all
Critics have doubted the appeal of the face-worn computer, which “seamlessly blends digital content with the physical world”, but Apple has pre-sold as many as 180,000 of the US$3,500 gizmos. Luke Heemsbergen, Deakin University It’s unclear yet when Vision Pro will be available in Nepal. But concerns over the device’s capability to spying on our bodies have already started growing. 09... Read More

2 hostages killed in Israeli strikes on Gaza: Hamas

2 hostages killed in Israeli strikes on Gaza: Hamas
13 February, Kathmandu: Israeli strikes on the Gaza Strip during the past 96 hours have killed two Israeli hostages and seriously injured eight others, said the Qassam Brigades, Hamas’ military wing, in a statement on Sunday. The conditions of the injured “are becoming more dangerous in light of the inability to provide them with appropriate treatment, and the enemy (Israel)... Read More

PM interacts with Nepalis in Uganda

PM interacts with Nepalis in Uganda
19 January, Kathmandu: Prime Minister Pushpa Kamal Dahal ‘Prachanda’, who landed in Kampala of Uganda on Thursday evening leading a Nepali delegation to attend the 19th Summit of the Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), has held a meeting with Nepali diaspora community in Uganda. After meeting the Nepali diaspora community, PM Prachanda said he was delighted to meet and interact with the... Read More

Pakistan says children killed in Iranian strike

Pakistan says children killed in Iranian strike
17 January, Kathmandu: Pakistan says two children were killed and three others injured in strikes by neighbouring Iran on Tuesday. Iran said it targeted two bases linked to the militant group Jaish al-Adl, according to a news agency affiliated with the country’s military. But Pakistan rejected this, calling it an “illegal act” that could lead to “serious consequences”. Pakistan is... Read More