- POST REPORT, Kathmandu

May 22, 2015-

Ashok Leyland appoints distributor

KATHMANDU: LT Enterprises, a trading subsidiary of IME Group, has been appointed exclusive distributor of Ashok Leyland vehicles. Ashok Leyland India is a fully-owned subsidiary of The Hinduja Group. The products under Ashok Leyland brand entering the Nepal market will include buses, trucks, tippers, defense vehicles, light commercial vehicles. (PR)

Ncell’s 96pc BTS operational

KATHMANDU: Ncell has brought 96 percent of its BTS into operation across its network. The company said in a statement it will continue to up more towers in 15 highly-affected districts to enable customers stay connected with their dear ones and rescue and relief efforts. Ncell network in 15 badly affected districts too is gradually being rebuilt by deploying mobile generators and immediate solutions, said the statement. In Kathmandu Valley, Ncell has up 93 percent towers into operations in Kathmandu, 90 percent in Bhaktapur and 99 percent in Lalitpur. Ncell has used mobile generators to power up the BTS in areas where power problem persists. It has also deployed 8 locally improvised mobile BTS on pick-ups as immediate solutions to resume services. (PR)

DV Group provides relief materials

KATHMANDU: DV Group of Companies has provided relief materials worth Rs1 million to the earthquake victims. The relief materials were provided to the affected areas of Bhaktapur, Ramechhap and Dolakha districts. (PR)

Published: 23-05-2015 09:08

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