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www.suyogkandel.com.np reserves the right to make any modifications or corrections to the information you find on the website at any time without notice. 

Change to the Terms and Conditions of Use 

We reserve the right to make changes and to revise the above mentioned Terms and Conditions of use. 

Last Revised: 07-21-2019

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