Nepal in the
Nepal history, politics, map, geography, economy,
demography, full information and links.
Nepal in the CIA World
Nepal information about the economy, geography, government,
population, communications, military and transnational
Up to date resume about Nepal leaders,
history, main events,
map, flag, geography, news, politics and media links.
The Nepal e-Government Project.
The Nepal portal, with useful information.
Nepal statistics for agriculture, climate, economy, education,
gender equality, health, human development, population,
technology, and water.
Nepal Telecommunications and
Nepal Telecoms Market
Overview and Statistics Report
Armenia’s telecommunications sector is small but growing.
Nepal is among the poorest and least developed countries in the world.
Amid an unsettled political climate, the country has been moving towards
a more liberalised telecom market. By April 2006, over 170 operators had
been authorised to provide a wide range of telecom services, including
two for basic telephony (Nepal Telecom and United Telecom Ltd) and two
for mobile telephony (Nepal Telecom and Spice Nepal Pvt Ltd). In addition,
the licensing of a relatively large number of ISPs, combined with the
liberalisation of the VSAT data market, has created excellent conditions
for the Internet to thrive in Nepal. This report looks at the overall
state of telecommunications in Nepal and provides a selection of
pertinent market statistics. See summary and table of
Central Asia Broadband and
Internet Market Report
This 133 page report provides a comprehensive overview of the trends and
developments in telecommunications, broadcasting and pay TV markets
in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bhutan, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan,
Mongolia, Nepal, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Subjects
* Key Statistics
* Market and Industry Overviews
* Regulatory Environment
* Major Players (fixed and mobile)
* Mobile Voice and Data Markets
* Internet, VoIP, IPTV
* Broadband (FttH, DSL, cable TV, wireless)
* Convergence and Digital Media
Current publication date: April 2010
See the table of contents
and report summary here.
Broadband, ICT and Consumer E-Commerce
September 2009 Review
In its latest Education Sector Report, ADB (Asia Development Bank) recommends more
emphasis on more responsive investment in ICT, and in science and technology. ADB
is working to foster an environment that encourages its developing member countries
(DMCs) to take up the latest technology in a way that will be financially sustainable,
encourage still further innovation, and expand use of ICT into poorer, more remote
areas. Education systems in the region can be radically improved through intelligent
use of innovative ICT, appropriate training for teachers and sector managers, and
support to centers that nurture new ideas.