•      Wed Dec 6 2023
Ncell case: Government adamant to investigate and disclose facts soon

Kathmandu, Dec 5: The government of Nepal has released an official opinion regarding the purchase and sale of Ncell's, a private telecom company, share ownership. Issuing a press release Tuesday evening, government Spokesperson and Communications Minister Rekha Sharma has said that if any irregularity is found through the study and

TikTok ban: NTA seeks replies from internet service providers

The Nepal Telecommunications Authority (NTA) has directed internet service providers to respond whether they have implemented the government decision to

Telecom development is backbone of digital Nepal: DPM Khadka

Deputy Prime Minister and Defence Minister Purna Bahadur Khadka has said the development of telecommunication sector is the backbone for

FTTH service brought into operation in Banglachuli

Minister for Communications and Information Technology Rekha Sharma on Thursday marked the beginning of the Fiber to the Home (FTTH)

Nepal police logo
‘VPN use may cause theft of sensitive data’

Nepal Police have urged the users not to employ VPN and DNS platforms for the operation of government-banned social site,

QR code introduced for tech-savvy police service

The Karnali Province Police Office, Surkhet has made public a quick response (QR) code for tech-savvy police services.

Tiktok: We removed 2.98 million videos for violating community guidelines

The TikTok has commented that the Nepal government's decision to undue blocking of a platform widely used for creative expression,

DRS Gaming battling for Rs. 40 crore prize pool PMWC…

Nepal's one of the best team of PUBG gaming DRS Gaming will be participating in the PUBG Mobile Global Championship

Computer Association urges govt to rethink TikTok ban

The Federation of Computer Association of Nepal has said there would be support in country's economy if an arrangement for

TikTok ban: People angry over government’s move, request to restore…

A large section of Nepali society, including political party leaders have raised voice against the total ban of popular video