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Japanese Falken Tyres launched in Nepal by Raj International Trading


Raj International Trading has launched the famous Japanese brand Falken Tyre in the Nepalese market. Raj international, owned by Lucky Group has announced its availability in the market from Sunday, 15th June onwards. More explained that their company has launched tyres made in Japan, Indonesia and Thailand till date. He added, ‘we have launched economical and high end tyres for our varied range of customers. We will launch tyres which will be viable for all terrains and territories of the Nepalese market.’ The company has now launched tyres ranging from three thousand nine hundred to

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Gionee phones launched in Nepali market

Gionee phones launched in Nepali market


September 13, 2014, Kathmandu: Teletalk, the authorized dealer and distributor of Gionee smartphones, has launched five different models of smartphones and two other feature phones of Gionee. Gionee Pioneer P3, CTRL V4, M2, G5 and Gionee Elife S5.5 are the models that were launched in the smartphone category. Likewise, Teletalk has also introduced L206 and L808 models of feature phones of Gionee in the Nepali market. Elife S5.5 is said to be the slimmest smartphone in the world. The smartphones were launched amid a grand ceremony held in the capital on Friday. With the launch

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Colors World opens at UWTC


September 7, 2014: Colors Mobile and Solutions opened its first state-of-the-art showroom — Colors World at United World Trade Center, Tripureshwor on September 7. The exclusive showroom displays the entire product portfolio of the brand — Colors, which was launched in Nepal in 2011. The sophisticated showroom of Colors was inaugurated by Minister for Information and Communications Dr Minendra Rijal. Replete with a world-class look and futuristic ambience, Colors World claims to become a popular hub for consumers seeking the latest, technologically advanced range of mobile phones — from the latest premium android sets to

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Colors World opens at UWTC