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YouTube Launches Paid Subscription Service

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Yahoo China To End Email Service This Year: Report

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LG’s Curved OLED TVs Coming In Second Half Of 2013

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Data Hub Completes Its First Year

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Facebook Unveils 'Home' For Android Phones

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Karbonn’s Smart Tab 3 Launched

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Xfactor Quad In The Market

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Super Fast Quad Core

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Pivot Nepal Mobile Apps Competition

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Colors Unveils CDMA Phone C-300

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Smart A-111 Launched

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Ncell’s Buy One Get One Offer

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Samsung Launches New Premium ‘Smart’ TVs

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Mozilla Reveals Firefox Smartphone OS

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Who Says Nepal is not Progressing?
People say that most politicians, bureaucrats and cops take bribes in Nepal, and the rich sip imported beer while the poor don't have even enough bread to eat. When you ask them why this is you’re told that it is because the Nepalis lag behind in everything. . . . read more »