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Dec 23rd, 2013 , Submitted by jayant

Khabar Sanchar

“The sea change that has come is the information age. We don't have to just read The New York Times anymore. We can pull up something on the Internet and get any news that we like.”  - Pete du Pont

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Sep 25th, 2013 , Submitted by prawesh

Do you want to learn how to develop apps for Android OS? If you want, come and join 7 days long training program.

The training program has been especially designed for the beginners to learn android apps development. Check out the syllabus below:

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Sep 15th, 2013 , Submitted by prawesh

Do you want to learn how to develop apps for Android OS? If you want, come and join 7 days long training program.

The training program has been especially designed for the beginners to learn android apps development. Check out the syllabus below:

News
Aug 5th, 2013 , Submitted by prawesh

KATHMANDU: Nepali apps developers seem to be on a roll — coming up with some of the most innovative applications the country has witnessed so far. Two new apps that are creating a buzz in a market that is slowly getting overcrowded are ‘Birthday Forest’ and ‘Storesmunk’.

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Feb 26th, 2013 , Submitted by prawesh

We are happy to announce that MobileNepal and Nepalese Young Entrepreneurs' Forum are organizing Pivot Nepal, first of its kind, in Nepal from February 25, 2013.

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Feb 25th, 2013 , Submitted by bimal.maharjan

The Mobile Social Networking Nepal(also known as MobileNepal) and Nepalelse Young Entrepreneurs' Forum(NYEF) jointly organized the Pivot Nepal Press Meet Up. The Pivot Nepal is an initiative to bring out entrepreneurial spirit within mobile applications developer community in Nepal. It is a platform for mobile app developers and other mobile enthusiasts to bring forward their creative and innovative mobile app ideas, products and prototypes that has the potential to stand out as a sustainable business. The objective of the press meet up was to announce the beginning of the competition, release concepts notes and other important information to the press, and call for participation from the interested people.

Blog
Jan 15th, 2013 , Submitted by prawesh

KATHMANDU, Jan 15: Five minutes before the usual electricity cuts, Pranita Nepal’s iPhone blinks with notification from ‘BattiGayo’ and she’s mentally prepared for the load shedding. A 20-year-old student, Nepal shares that the app has made it easier for her to access information about load shedding hours. Plus, she can customize the notifications as early as an hour before the load shedding starts; check the schedules for other places other than one’s own and plan accordingly. “The only thing,” says Nepal, “is that it isn’t always up-to-date.”

Resource
Dec 17th, 2012 , Submitted by prawesh

December 06, 2012. Sukrabar (शुक्रबार), a weekly magazine, covers some of the mobile apps by Nepali developers such as Nepal Loadshedding Schedule, Marriage Center Collection, FM, Baghchal etc.

Featured Story
Aug 22nd, 2012 , Submitted by prawesh

In order to bring mobile microwork ideas into life and to support aspiring mobile entrepreneurs on their track to establish sustainable businesses, we’ll be organizing, with the support of infoDev, a global m2Work Hackathon along with four other countries on September 15-16, 2012. At the event, talented ideators will have the chance to connect with fellow developers and build working prototypes with market appeal.

Featured Story
Aug 16th, 2012 , Submitted by prawesh

The United Nations Alliance of Civilizations, the MIT Education Arcade, and Learning Games Network launched Create UNAOC 2012, an international competition for app and game developers to produce apps and mobile games that enable new avenues for intercultural dialogue.

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