SAFF 2013 pictures

Here are some pictures during Nepals game in SAFF championship 2013.

Samsung Galaxy S4- the most innovative phone

With all those features, I am sure this is gonna be an iPhone Killer and speculate new innovations and censor controls in new smartphones to come.

Top Ten unbelievable incidents in Narayan Gopal's Life.

Swor Samrat Narayan Gopal's name needs no introduction to all the Nepali out there. A legend in the Modern Music's first generation (Adhunik Geet yug) was borned today, (Oct 4) in the year 1939. Marking his birth anniversary, I am here to post top ten unknown incidents in his life (taken from film maker/writer Prakash Sayami).

Top Ten Movies of all time

I always want to read top tens in everything until now that I have started writing top ten stuffs in my blog.In this post, I am putting my own best Movies of all time. These movies are not only in the top of my favorite lists, but also are the greatest movies of all time in the history of Cinema.

CG to enter into telecom sector

Chaudhary Group, one of the biggest business house of Nepal (popular for electronic products and food/beverages) is all set to enter the telecom market with the brand name CG tel.

Mar 24, 2016

Sajha Yatayat to add 30 new buses

March 24, 2016: Sajha Yatayat, the co-operative for public transport is known to add 30 new buses in Kathmandu. Currently Sajha is running 16 buses in Kathmandu city with four routes, which is known to extend to more destinations inside the city with the new buses. Sajha and Ashok Leyland have signed an agreement to procure those buses, with the support of Kathmandu Municipality. It is known that the buses will start plying in Ktm roads within 4 months from today itself. I believe that the current problem of urban public transport (especially in office time) will be solved with the addition of such buses. Recently Mahanagar Yatayat, a private transport investment gained popularity among Kathmandutians with 39 buses around ring-road and the route or bus expansion to follow next.
It was in Baishak 2070 (around 2 years ago) that Sajha buses were relaunched in Kathmandu with 16 buses, after massive political interference led closure in 2058 B.S. As the buses were operated even in the strike / crisis period and can carry around 100 people at a time, this service aided in reducing the urban transport problem for such huge population in Kathmandu. The four operational routes are from Airport to Tripureshwor to Kalanki and Lagankhel to Ratnapark to Narayan Gopal Chowk to New Bus park and the return path for both route. As people were demanding the bus service in different parts of Kathmandu, Kathmandu Municipality had decided one year ago to add some more buses in Sajha Yatatyat.

The new buses are known to be same size whereas it will be incorporating more no of passengers as the standing space will be more due to lesser no of seats (2 seats on either side). As told earlier by Sajha head Mr. Kanak Mani Dixit, the new buses will be disable friendly which will be a great step for the development of public transport service in the capital city.

Mar 21, 2016

First underground cells deployed by Ericsson

March 21, 2016: Ericsson has deployed world's first underground site for Small cells in Switzerland, for Swisscom. The site uses Ericsson's vault Remote radio unit and in-ground microcell antenna system, put inside the underground vault/ Man holes where optical fiber is already available. Due to reuse of existing assets and underground space, the total cost of ownership (TCO) will be reduced by 50 percent. This innovation will help the network to handle thousands of Gigabits of data in LTE, offloading the existing macro cells. It is known to be extended to 250 new sites, enabling more seamless data connections on the go. As Ericsson tells, this sort of solution will also be useful while rolling out 5G. 

While Nepal is facing huge setback in the improvement/ up-gradation of Mobile networks in cities due to unwillingness of house-owner to rent their buildings be it for Earthquake torn sites or new Roll-out sites, can we use some technology near to this solution?. The question arises whenever there is discussion among the operators, regulator and the building owners. As the vault sites provides coverage and capacity that of small cells, it is only limited to the roads and the vicinity. The vaults that will be used is also not available throughout the city areas, hinders the usability of this solution for the unplanned habitants whereas combination of pole sites with this underground vaults may be feasible for providing mobile networks to the people. Lets wait for another innovation to reach us or bring the innovation that is ideal for our environment, for now I keep figuring what could it be.