HIMALAYAN NEWS SERVICE
KATHMANDU: Amrit Jung Thakuri from Dhulikhel with mobile number 9841926088 was declared the sixth week winner, who won an imported mountain bike under Dabur’s popular consumer engagement campaign ‘Real Fruit Power Contest’. The contest laun-ched on April 2 is a 13-week long SMS based contest where there is Rs 0.5 million scholarship programme as super bumper prize, Rs 0.1 million scholarship monthly bumper prizes and 13 participants will win imported mountain bike every week.
IME help for victims
KATHMANDU: IME Financial Institution under its corporate social responsibility (CSR) handed relief package worth Rs 50,000 to the Seti flashflood victim families on Monday. The company sponsored daily essentials to the families during a programme organised in Pokhara. The officials of IME Kishor Poudel and Suraj Poudel handed over the relief packages to Red Cross representative based in Pokhara Dharmaraj Adhikari.
Bajaj’s new outlet
KATHMANDU: HH Bajaj — the sole authorised distributor of Bajaj motorcyles in the country — opened a new service station ‘S & S Entreprises’ in Suryabinayak, Bhaktapur on Monday. The service station was inaugurated by the company’s managing director Shekhar Golcha amid a function. The number one motorcycles dealer in the country in terms of volume has opened well equipped service stations throughout the country with experienced human resource, it said, adding that the new service station is fully automated and has lavish waiting room to provide enhanced services to the customers.
CNI condemns strike
KATHMANDU: The Confederation of Nepalese Industries (CNI) issuing a press note on Monday expressed concern on ongoing strikes called by various political and ethinic groups demanding and rejecting identity based representation of their community in the new Constitution. The strikes affected industries reducing their productivity, it said adding that private sector is already suffering from unstable political climate, difficult labour relations, and prolonged hours of load shedding. “It will close down industries that are already operating at half their capacity.” It has also urged the agitating groups to find solutions through talks. CNI has urged to work towards making Nepal Investment Year 2012-13 a success.