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Work from Home Honeygain in Nepal

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Work from Home Honeygain in Nepal Use wifi and earn money from Nepal  Honeygain is the first-ever app that allows its users to make money online by sharing their Internet connection. Honeygain is a legitimate company and will pay you for sharing your data. The app is an international app that works on all Windows devices, Mac IOS, and Android devices. You will need to install the app and register with the company. How Much Can I Earn with Honeygain? You get paid based on how much internet they use – not how much internet you use. The current rate for Default Network Sharing is 1 credit for 10 MB of traffic that goes through your network and 10 GB = USD 1. This means that each credit is worth a penny. Honeygain has an online calculator to estimate your earnings. They estimate your approximate earnings based on the hours you have Honeygain up and running and the longer you have it on, the more you earn. They state that if you run Honeygain for 24 hours a day, which is 720 hours a month

An app that can easily send money from India to Nepal

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An app that can easily send money from India to Nepal  Now it is possible to send money from India to Nepal through the mobile app. Nepal Investment Bank Limited has launched the 'Remittance' app as a remittance facility in collaboration with the Bank of India. Through this app, Nepalis living in India will be able to send money to Nepal from their mobile phones within 24 hours. Money transactions can be done quickly, securely, and reliably using the app, the bank said. It is said that it will be possible to send money to Nepal through this app even on holidays. The 'send money' app also supports digital mobile payment platforms such as UPI, Google Pay, Phone Pay, Paytm, WhatsApp. According to a statement issued by the bank, the send money app will also help Nepalis in India to save money. Up to 50,000 Indian rupees can be sent at a time through this app. The bank has also mentioned that money can be sent to Nepal 12 times a year. https://play.google.com/store/apps/deta

'Fraud Call' from Nepal, India and Pakistan

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 'Fraud Call' from Nepal, India, and Pakistan Lately, there has been a growing trend of making fraudulent calls. The problem of fraud in the name of depositing the amount equal to the tax in the bank account has started to increase due to the temptation of a lottery. As the problem escalates, Everest Bank has issued an urgent notice. The bank has expressed serious interest in depositing money in Everest Bank's account by showing various temptations from mobile numbers of Nepal, India, Pakistan, and other countries for some time now. "All customers are requested not to believe such misleading and baseless information," the bank said in a statement.

Open-source culture is growing in Nepal

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Open-source culture is growing in Nepal In the digital age, all organizations are being digitized. Whether it is a government body or a private institution. Be it a tech company or a non-tech company. All of these companies are using some kind of software and technical tools for performance and service delivery. Millions of dollars are invested every year in software purchases and subscriptions. Some software is also available for free. Some people have to pay and subscribe. What is the security guarantee of the free or paid software you are using? When Windows was the only paid operating system in the 1990's, software engineer Linux Torvalds and a university student created the Linux operating system. The culture of open source software developed after the software was distributed worldwide for free. Now open source is developing at such a fast pace. It is also expanding its influence. Numeric Minds, which works in the field of data analysis and services, uses most of the open sou

Know the history of telecommunication services in Nepal

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Know the history of telecommunication services in Nepal Beginning of telecommunication service in Nepal b. Magneto technology telephone service was started in 1970. In 2013, Nepal had 350 local telephone services, 28 radio stations, seven trunk telephone services, and international telecommunication services with India. Private telephone facilities were not available to the public during that period. The Department of Telecommunications was established in the 2016 BS to develop and expand telecommunication services. Thereafter, telephone service was extended to 58 districts during the Second Five Year Plan Period (2018-2023). Besides, domestic and international telecommunication services were also developed during the same period. The National Telecommunication Policy issued in 2049 BS after the People's Movement of 2046 BS adopted the policy of involving the private sector in telecommunication services. Accordingly, the private sector has entered the telecommunication sector of Ne

This has been the case in Nepal for the last 5 years

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This has been the case in Nepal for the last 5 years Today our daily is connected to the internet. Everything is becoming dependent on the internet. Businesses are becoming more internet-based. Shopping has started online. A Castleless business is gaining priority. In such a situation, it has become impossible to think of a diary without the internet. Moreover, in the current situation created by Kovid-19, the need for it is increasing. In the current situation of maintaining social distance, there is an obligation to do office work from home. After Kovid, some offices rely on the Internet. In such a situation, it is natural for the use of the internet to increase. As a result, the use of the Internet in the global environment is increasing daily. If we look at the statistics of the last five years, the number of internet users in Nepal has also increased significantly. According to the recent annual report of the Telecommunication Authority of Nepal for the Fiscal Year (FY) 2076/07, t

Nepal's mobile data speed has declined, while fixed broadband has improved by 2 places.

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Nepal's mobile data speed has declined, while fixed broadband has improved by 2 places. Nepal's mobile internet speed has dropped by 6 places. In the Oklahoma Speed ​​Test Global Index, Nepal has slipped six places from 111th to 117th in September. According to the index, the average download speed of mobile data in Nepal is 17.12 Mbps, upload speed is 10.61 and latency is 34 milliseconds. The average download speed of the world's mobile internet is 35.96 Mbps, upload speed is 11.22 Mbps and latency is 40 milliseconds. In this regard, Nepal is in a satisfactory position in terms of upload speed and latency compared to download speed. Last August, Nepal was ranked 111th in terms of mobile data speed. Neighboring countries Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and India are ranked 102nd, 116th, and 131st respectively in Okla's list. China ranks second in the world in mobile data speeds. China's average download speed is 113.35 Mbps, upload speed is 26.08 Mbps and latency is 32 millise

Facebook's Express WiFi service in Nepal in collaboration with WorldLink

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Facebook's Express WiFi service in Nepal in collaboration with WorldLink Facebook has launched Express WiFi service in Nepal. The service was launched in collaboration with WorldLink and Facebook.  Express WiFi facility will be provided in 7,500 places in Nepal. At a virtual press conference held on Thursday, WorldLink announced that it has collaborated with Facebook. Facebook's Express WiFi project has already entered Nepal. The main objective of which is to provide cheap and high-speed internet facility to the general public. In this project, which started in 2015, Facebook has now entered into a collaboration with an internet service provider in Nepal. Facebook has launched the Express Wi-Fi service intending to help economic development by increasing internet access in developing and low-income countries. These include seven countries in Africa, India, and Nepal in Asia, two in Southeast Asia, and two in South America. Under this service, cheap, reliable, and high-speed pub

Internet in Nepal

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Internet in Nepal Do you know where the internet used in Nepal comes from? If not here's a new product just for you! All home-based internet service providers are connected to Kathmandu. There are various border connections in the border area of ​​Nepal, from where international bandwidth enters Nepal. A service provider that brings in bandwidth in this way is called a network service provider. For which a separate license has to be obtained from the regulatory Nepal Telecommunication Authority. So far, 16 companies have obtained such licenses. Most of the major service providers in Nepal bring their own internet bandwidth as network service providers. Larger companies as network service providers themselves and smaller service providers purchase such bandwidth from the same large service providers and pass it on to users. Bandwidth enters Nepal through a mobile network, FTTH, cable, and ADSL, wireless technology. Network service providers are also bringing bandwidth to Nepal throu

What is Bandwidth on the Internet?

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What is Bandwidth on the Internet? If you use the internet, you may have heard the word bandwidth many times. But many may not know what it means. Today we will explain to you in detail about bandwidth. Bandwidth is actually the ability of a wired or wireless network communication to transmit maximum data from one point to another computer network or internet connection in a matter of seconds. The capacity of the data transfer rate is bandwidth. Bandwidth is often misunderstood as network speed, but this is a misconception. The more bandwidth a data connection has, the more data transactions it has. It can be compared to a water pipe. The bigger the pipe, the more water can pass through it in a short time. Bandwidth works on a general principle. The greater the capacity of the communication link, the more data can flow per second. In the end, consumers have to pay for their network connection capacity. The higher the link capacity, the more expensive it is. Bandwidth versus speed Bandw

How to learn web designing?

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How to learn web designing? Whether you are an engineer, a doctor, or an artist, a musician, or an ordinary person, everyone has some talent and everyone wants to bring it out somehow. The good websites you live in and run every day are certainly not just the products of a computer engineer, they are the product of the thinking of creative people of different genres. Nowadays, the number of people who want to create a website has started to increase due to the use of the internet, which is the main source of ideas for creative people. And some want to learn web design nowadays because of how many people are the source of income for the website, how many people are interested, and how many people are thinking of making a website commercially. Today I am discussing how to learn to create the same website. web_design You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people. If you are thinking of writing an internet diary for personal use only, you can do so th

Chinese and North Korean hacker's 'transit' Nepal! Indian concern right or wrong?

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Chinese and North Korean hacker's 'transit' Nepal! Indian concern right or wrong? Indian media has published the news that hackers from China and North Korea have made a strong presence in Nepal and are spying on India. According to a recent report by Zee News India, Nepal's KP Oli government is becoming a hub for China's State Security Bureau, Beijing's Intelligence Army, and North Korean cyber and money laundering stage operations. In the news, it has been mentioned that the clear source of Nepal Hub has not been revealed by the 'official source'. Citing sources, North Korean hackers have been working with Chinese intelligence agencies to target the Indian system, disrupting the banking system, and stealing sensitive technology. According to the news, the hackers are trying to hack into the Indian system by injecting special computer programs like Icebug, Hidden Linux, and APT 12. It has also been mentioned that Chinese and North Korean hackers have be

Easy to bring money for software export to Nepal

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Easy to bring money for software export to Nepal Nepal Rastra Bank has made it easier for companies and institutions in Nepal to bring home foreign currency due to their efficiency and expertise. The central bank has made arrangements for the remittance of foreign currency to Nepal from abroad by making it easy to repatriate online and e-commerce transactions. With this arrangement, it will be easier for those who bring money from abroad to stay in Nepal and make software. Earlier, when there was no such arrangement, companies working on software in Nepal used to bring money by showing various purposes and resources. Since most of the companies in Nepal have foreign partner organizations, they used to bring only the required amount here knowing that the work done here would be paid by the company abroad. Despite the recent increase in activities in the field of information technology in Nepal, businessmen have been saying that they have been hit hard by treating goods like exports to b