Bajaj Pulsar VS400

Bajaj Pulsar VS400 now was CS400 earlier confirms. The upcoming Bajaj power cruiser concept was unveiled as the Pulsar CS400 at the 2014 Auto Expo. It is much awaited 400cc flagship model. In Pulsar VS400 VS stands for ‘Vantage Sportz’. Expected price is INR 1,60,000 and above for Delhi showrooms.


Pulsar VS400 expects to compete with its counterparts in terms of price. Expected price for VS400 is between INR 1.5 – 2 lakhs. This makes Pulsar VS400 affordable cruiser motorbikes in India. Much like Bajaj Pulsar RS200 the new VS400 will also have front and rear disc brake with the option of ABS. The new Bajaj Pulsar VS400 is expected to be powered by a fuel injected 375cc single cylinder, liquid-cooled, 4-valve, triple spark engine teamed with a six-speed gearbox.

Sturdy looks and muscular body looks pretty interesting and attractive to young generations. Listed below are the specifications:

As per the latest details available, Bajaj is all-set to launch the VS400 in a few days and it is expected to be priced around 1.60-1.80 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

Expected Price Rs 1.60-1.80 lakh
Type Naked
Status Upcoming
Shades Cocktail Wine Red, Ebony Black, Sapphire Blue, Pearl Metallic White (Expected)
Name Stands For Vantage Sports
Displacement 373.2 cc
Maximum Power 34.51 Bhp @ 8000 rpm
Maximum Torque Not Revealed Yet
Engine Description 373.2, Single Cylinder, 4-stroke, Triple Spark, Liquid-cooled, Engine
Cooling Liquid Cooling
No. of Cylinders 1
No. of Gears 6
Front Brake 300mm Disc (Expected)
Rear Brake 230mm Disc (Expected)
Front Suspension Telescopic Forks
Rear Suspension Monoshock
Front Wheel 17-inch
Rear Wheel 17-inch
Tubeless Tyres Yes
Alloy Wheels Yes
Battery Type MF
Speedometer Digital
Tachometer Digital
Trip Meter Digital
Odometer Digital
Clock Digital
RPM/Gear Display Yes
Fuel Gauge Digital
Service Reminder Yes
Low Oil Indicator Yes
Low Battery Indicator Yes
Rev-limiter Indicator Yes
Electric Start Yes
Pillion Footrest Yes
Pillion Grabrail Yes
Pass Light Yes
Engine Kill Switch Yes
Step-up Seat/Split Seat Yes
Head Light LED
Tail Light LED

Ncell scheme and new logo

Ncell Logo after Axiata acquires share.

Ncell scheme launched from Ncell Axiata . Ncell after selling its 80 percent share to Malaysia based Axiata has unveiled a new logo. The new logo of Ncell is no more purple but a combination of colors including purple for the text “Ncell” and beautiful origami ribbon.



Ncell website now redirects from to and now is called “Ncell – an Axiata company“. Ncell slogan “Here for Nepal” is not found on the website. But with new website, Ncell has launched online chat too.

Ncell Scheme

Ncell Old logo
Ncell old logo

Along with the unveiling of the new brand logo, Ncell on August 16 also launched the new festive campaign, offering on net 50 minutes talk time and 500 SMS to all Ncell customers.

All Ncell customers can take part in the campaign through free activation. To activate the service dial *17121#. 50 minutes talk time and 500 SMS on net resources is received under the campaign. Talk time and SMS are valid for seven days from the date of activation, which customers can use it to call and send SMS to any other Ncell number.

The campaign will remain in place for 15 days, that is, till August 30. Resources will be provided only once during the campaign period.

Redmi Note 3

Redmi Note 3 pro after much anticipation is launched in Nepali market. Vatsal Impex Pvt. Ltd. has listed the Maximum Retail Price at NRs 23,499.00.

The mobile Redmi Note 3  pro has the following specs:

redmi-note3CPU, memory and battery

  • 3GB + 32GB
  • Snapdragon 650, 64-bit hexa-core 1.8GHz
  • Adreno 510
  • 3GB dual-channel LPDDR3 RAM
  • 32GB eMMC 5.0 Flash
  • 4000mAh / 4050(typ)
  • 0.3s fingerprint unlocking
  •  dual SIM(GSM + CDMA) , up to 32GB microSD support


  • 16MP camera back camera
  • 5-element lens, f/2.0, 78° wide-angle
  • Two-tone flash, auto detects room color temperature
  • Panorama, Straighten, Manual mode, Scene mode, Timer, HDR
  • 5MP front camera
  • f/2.0 aperture
  • Beautify with 36 smart beauty profiles
  • Face recognition


  • 5.5″ full HD display
  • 1920 x 1080 resolution, 401 PPI
  • Sunlight Display
  • Night Display, produces minimal 1cd/m2 brightness
  • Reading mode
  • Color temperature adjustment

pic credit : Mi Nepal Facebook

Xiaomi Mi5 – Coming This April

Xiaomi Mi5 is most awaited Mi Series phone in Nepali market. Having sold over 100,000 units of Mi 5 and Redmi Note 3 in the first two flash sales in India, has already grabbed attention of Nepalese youth.

mi-nepal-facebookXiaomi Official Facebook page for Nepal replies to curiosity of customers stating that the phone will be available within a month. Mi5 is priced INR 24,999. Team Market and Trend believes the price of Mi5 would be around NRs 50,000- 55,000. The price range is not official but only speculation of M&T.  we will update the price as soon as get the price updated.




Track lost or Stolen Phone ? Here is how you can track it in Nepal

Lost your phone? Here is how you can track lost or stolen Android phones in Nepal with help of some useful apps.

We Nepalese have been not so much lucky in getting smart phones at reasonable prices. We own one of them after working hard for months, at least. But what if you lost that smartphone which you craved for such a long time. After all pick pockets also prey on the glossy looking Samsung, Sony, LG or any other android smart phones.

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This is not an assumption. There are dozens of pic-pockets preying on smartphones in busy bus and microbus routes of Kathmandu. Every evening you will find people shouting out loud “mero mobile choriyo” (I have lost my mobile). It’s not hard to find such people but it’s hard to see them break down. It’s heart breaking.

Have you lost your phone? Or have you been robbed of your smart phone? If yes, I am glad you survived the shock, because if you would not have, you would not be reading this article. And if you are on this page just to prevent anyone robbing you of your smart phone or to track to your smart phone in such cases, I am glad to tell you that are you are on the right page.

So for both cases, here are some of the smart ways and apps that can reunite you and your lost phone in Nepal too. Some of the best apps that can track your lost android smart phones, along with much more other features are listed below.

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Here are 5 of the most popular Android apps to track down a lost or stolen Android device.

Where’s My Droid

[Free] Where’s My Droid is a pure Find my Phone app to help you locate your phone. When your smartphone goes missing, sending a code via text will make the phone ring (even when set in silent mode) while another text code sends you the GPS coordinates of the phone.

Alternatively, you can remotely control your phone by connecting it to the Commander option, a web-based interface. Where’s My Droid also offers a Pro version which lets you take pictures with the camera (you might be able to take a snapshot of the perpetrator), remote lock the phone rendering it impenetrable or remote wipe the app to save your data from misuse.

Plan B

[Free] If you had not install any tracking app before your Android device was stolen or misplaced, Plan B will be a lifesaver. Plan B is an Android app from Lookout Labs which locates your smartphone using cell towers and GPS, then sends the location of your smartphone to your Gmail Inbox.

In some smartphones, Plan B can enable the GPS on the phone then update you with its location every 10 minutes. For phones with no such support, you can text ‘location’ from another phone, and details of the missing phone’s location will be sent to your email. In the absence of a data connection, the software will send its location via SMS instead.

Android Lost Free

[Free] This app is not only perfect for finding your lost phone, it will also torment the thief (something which we’re sure they fully deserve). You can activate (via SMS or the Web) the alarm to ring with a flashing screen, enable and disable the GPS, data and Wi-Fi connection, remote wipe the SD card, and get their latest call list.

Although it’s a free app, the app lets you take pictures from the smartphone camera (front and rear) and make your phone speak using text-to-speech. Once the SIM card is changed, you will be informed via email. This app can be used even after you have lost your smartphone due to its remote install feature and is hidden from the launcher to prevent uninstallation.

SeekDroid Lite

[Free to download] This has all the regulars, remote lock and wipe, SMS activation, ring alert even in silent mode, hide from view mode, and GPS-enabling feature. You can also retrieve the most recent call logs – and it works even without a SIM card plugged in.

The Pro account (monthly subscription) lets you track the movements of the stolen smartphone with a history map so you know where your device is heading. You can also get protection for multiple devices, and receive notification for when it leaves a pre-selected fenced-in area (good for keeping watch on your little ones).


[Free] Here’s a simple anti-theft device which lets you locate your phone via GPS, track changes made to the SIM card and view the pictures that have been taken by the smartphone all through the Web. Here’s some news coverage on how the app actually helped a user get his stolen phone (and the car it was in) back.

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