Rajkumar Chaudhary

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Rajkumar is a Senior Editor at E-Nepsters and has been a part of the website since ever since the early day. Being an IT student, he shows love towards gadgets and technology and power buttons in general.

Redmi Band officially launched, is priced at $15

Redmi launches a new wearable, the Redmi Band vouching for its recent announcement to introducing a fitness band. It sports a 1.08-inch color display with 72 face options. Some of its features include sleep tracking, heart-rate monitoring, sedentary reminders, direct…

Nepal Telecom Stay Connected offer: Get cheap voice and data packs

Nepal Telecom brings the “Stay Connected” package bearing the ongoing “Stay Home, Stay Safe” agitation due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Nepal. The package includes voice (bonus included) and data packs. Nepal Telecom also reminds balance recharge from home using…

Khalti and OTTISH partners up for competitive exam course payment

Nepal is undergoing a lockdown owing to the COVID-19 pandemic and its end seems uncertain for now thus affecting our daily lives. Many of you must have been involved in or thinking of preparing for competitive examinations including that of…

Honor 30S unveiled with Kirin 820 chipset and quad-camera setup

Honor wind up its newcomer Honor 30S soon after its parent company Huawei revealed the P40 series. Powered on an octa-core Kirin 820 5G SoC, the Honor 30S brings a premium glass and aluminum design along with the dual-mode 5G…

Vivo extends its smartphones warranty in Nepal amid Coronavirus lockdown

The Government of Nepal decided to extend the country lockdown up to Chaitra 25, 2076 due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. And, it seems a necessity with the number of new cases arising, although very less. However, this has affected…

Medical supplies from Jack Ma and Alibaba Foundation arrives in Nepal to combat COVID-19

Nepal is going through a lockdown due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. While positive cases keep popping up here and there as days pass by, testing is not being prioritized to an extent as it must be. We believe both…

Nepali Army develops COVID-19 Response App

The Nepali Army has developed a mobile application, COVID-19 Response App – Nepal (CRAN) that looks forward to providing the right information on the COVID-19 pandemic. On the flip side, it also aims to gain information from the general public…

The 16-inch MacBook Pro is now available for purchase in Nepal

The 16-inch Apple MacBook Pro from late 2019 finally makes its way to the Nepalese market. So, all you MacBook admirers and aspirants, read the article till the end as we will discuss its specifications, price, and availability in Nepal.…

Huawei P40 and P40 Pro announced: 50MP camera and Kirin 990

Huawei divulges the new P40 lineup, the Huawei P40 Pro, and P40 to its flagship segment smartphones, remodeling the cameras, the hardware, and the wireless charging speed. Huawei along with its companion Leica affirms a fresh offshoot in smartphone photography.…

Ncell and NTC provides 100% bonus recharge and cheap data package amid Coronavirus lockdown

The Coronavirus aka COVID-19 outbreak is at its peak in the world and the impact has led to a complete nation lockdown, only started two days ago. So, we hope all of you are responsibly home quarantined. Well, with cases…

Redmi K30 Pro and K30 Pro Zoom goes official with Snapdragon 865 chipset

Redmi launches its K30 Pro and K30 Pro Zoom, and unlike the regular versions, they come with a pop-up selfie snapper, a rear quad-camera setup, and a profoundly disparate design forms. Both of these get the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chipset…

Nepal Telecom to extend users’ internet service even if it expires amidst Coronavirus lockdown

Nepal Telecom (NTC) has carried out a press release stating that the company is ready to extend its users’ ADSL and Fiber To The Home (FTTH) service even if the billing period expires within Chitra 11-18. The notice comes after…

YouTube to cut video streaming default to 480p due to coronavirus outbreak

YouTube will make all of its video streams across the globe to ‘Standard Definition’, the selfsame move as in Europe with the global internet traffic spearing up on the grounds of social distancing being practiced to fray SARS-CoV-2 spread, reports…