The price of motorhead motorcycles available in the Nepali market has gone up. SLR Techno & Trade, the official distributor of Motorhead for Nepal, has made public the new price list with effect from today.
According to the new price list, Scrambler 250 is priced at 455,000, MH150 is priced at 310,000, MH200 is priced at 375,000, Sports 250 (offroad) is priced at 372,000, Sports 250 (Road) is priced at 3. The Tekken 250 is priced at Rs 395,000, the Tekken R250 at Rs 415,000 and the X-Turk 250 at Rs 390,000.
According to the new price list, the price of the best-selling motorcycle MH150R has recently increased by Rs 5,000 and that of Tekken 250R by Rs 10,000. Motorhead motorcycles are becoming popular in the Nepali market lately. Currently, the company is also providing offers on the occasion of the New Year.
Under the New Year’s offer, a discount of Rs 7,000 to Rs 1 lakh has been introduced for all customers who purchase motorhead bikes. Out of the customers who purchase during the offer period, 1 lucky winner will be given 2 lakh 7 thousand 900.
Examination conducted by Karnali Pradesh Public Service Commission
Karnali State Public Service Commission Surkhet has conducted the examination of the commission for the first time after the implementation of federal structure in the country. The commission on Saturday conducted the examination for the post of open and inclusive assistant level fifth level women development inspector under various services.
According to the advertisement of 515-516 / 078/079 for the post of Women Development Inspector opened by the Commission formed as per Section 3 of the Provincial Public Service Commission Act, 2075 BS, it had demanded eight employees in the open and one for women.
According to the advertisement, 2,197 candidates appeared for the examination on Saturday, said Bhupendra Thapa, secretary of the commission. “The examination has been conducted in a dignified environment,” he said. Of them, 11 central chairpersons, 87 assistant center chairpersons and 119 inspectors have been mobilized, he said.
Chairman of the Commission Ram Prasad Upadhyaya said that the opportunity to conduct the examination for the first time in the history of federalism has made the Commission proud. He said that the examination conducted by the Provincial Public Service Commission formed under his own government had made the candidates feel federalism.
Examiner Shiva Shahi informed that he was very happy to participate in the examination of Women Development Inspector conducted by the Commission.