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Crowd Throngs Mobile Phones Stalls
KATHMANDU, Jan 29: Stalls of mobile phone companies were the major crowd-pullers at the CAN Info-Tech on Wednesday.

Dealers of leading brands like Samsung, Colors, Karbonn, Panasonic and Micromax have announced attractive discounts and sales offers. TeleTalk, the authorized distributor of Colors phones, has launched ´Steal the Deal´ scheme under which it is giving away 8 GB pen drive and 8 GB SD card on purchase of XFactor Quad II and XFactor X113 Quad.
Parliamentary Panel Asks Govt Not To Enforce Bio-metric Medical Test
KATHMANDU, Jan 29: Amid controversies regarding introduction of bio-metric medical test for Nepali workers by the Malaysian government, a parliamentary panel has directed the government not to implement such test for the time being.

The meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on International Relations and Labor held on Wednesday directed the government to not enforce the bio-metric test without studying its impact in Nepal and to the aspirant workers.
Export Of 23 Tons Of Apples To India Sans CoO Raises Officials' Brows
KATHMANDU, Jan 29 : Statistics of Trade and Export Promotion Center (TEPC) shows Nepal exported 22.7 tons tons of apples to India in the fiscal year 2013/14.

But officials of Federation of Nepalese Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FNCCI) say they have not issued Certificate of Origin (CoO) to any firm for export of Nepali apples to India.
REBAN To Improve Food Hygiene Standards
KATHMANDU, Jan 29 : Restaurant and Bar Association of Nepal (REBAN) has said it is implementing a project that will enhance the standards of food in restaurants with the technical support of International Finance Corporation (IFC).

A statement issued on Wednesday said IFC will deliver REBAN a ´Food Safety Assessment Toolkit´ which includes hygiene inspection criteria and a scoring mechanism that allows restaurants to undertake a self-assessment ahead of inspections and set targets for improvement.
CAN Info-Tech 2015 Kicks Off
Draws 47,500 visitors on Day I

KATHMANDU, Jan 28: The 21st edition of CAN Info-Tech 2015 kicked off in the capital on Wednesday.

The mega Information Communications Technology (ICT) event is being organized by Computer Association of Nepal (CAN) Federation with an objective to promote domestic ICT sector and provide a common platform for all IT enthusiasts.
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