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NetTV Nepal is the first MobileOTT IPTV application in Nepal started by Kamal Adhikari of New IT Venture, Japan and WorldLink Communications and Vianet Communications. NET TV is a subsidiary of NITV Streamz Pvt Ltd which is located in Kathmandu.
Ilam (Nepali: इलाम Listen ) is one of four urban municipalities of Ilam District, which is in the hilly region of Province No. 1. Ilam also acts as the headquarters of Ilam District. Geographically it lies in the hill region which is mostly known as Mahabharata range. It is also one of the important towns in Province No. 1 and one of the major places in Nepal for tea-production. It is famous for natural scenery and landscapes, tea production, and diverse agricultural economy. It is one of the major horticultural crop production districts of Nepal.
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