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Victorious cricketers receive heroe ...

KATHMANDU: The ICC World Cricket League Division-3 winning Nepal national cricket team members received heroes’ welcome upon their arrival at the Tribhuvan International Airp ...Full story

TIME OUT Father, son in final LALITPUR: Former Nepal No 1 Hira Bahadur Thapa and reigning champion Amrit Thapa advanced to the final of the second Civil Bank Open ...Full story

Eighth Special Olympic Athletics starts in Chitwan CHITWAN: The 8th Special Olympic Athletics National Sports Competition kicked off on Friday at Camp Chaur in Narayangadh of Chitwan district. Inaugurati ...Full story

Nepal hammer Uganda‚ defend Division-3 title KATHMANDU: Nepal defeated Uganda by 62 runs to defend the title of the ICC World Cricket League Division-3 Tournament at the Kinrara Academy Oval in Kuala Lumpu ...Full story

TIME OUT: Thapa advances LALITPUR: Defending champion Amrit Thapa and his father Hira Bahadur advanced to the quarter-finals of the second Civil Bank Open Squash Tournament here on Wedn ...Full story


Federer's number one hopes take a ...

PARIS: Roger Federer's hopes of knocking Novak Djokovic off the top of the ATP world rankings before the end of the year took a hit when he lost to big-serving Canadian Milos Raoni ...Full story

Murray earns tickets to London PARIS: Andy Murray guaranteed his place at the World Tour Finals on Thursday, while Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer stayed neck and neck in their battle for wo ...Full story

Australia face daunting task to save Test‚ s ... ABU DHABI: Australia were left with a daunting task to save the second Test and series after Younis Khan hit an epic double hundred to put Pakistan in command o ...Full story

'Rumble in the Jungle' ring stolen KINSHASA: Officials in Kinshasa have revealed the ring used for ‘The Rumble in the Jungle’ has been stolen as boxing fans on Thursday marked 40 year ...Full story

PCB names women's cricket tournament after Malala KARACHI: Pakistan’s cricket authorities have named their under-21 women’s tournament after Nobel peace laureate Malala Yousafzai in an effort to enc ...Full story