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Santosh Wins Title
KATHMANDU, Nov 27: Santosh Chaudhary of OCID Nepal won First National Inter-Child Home Running Shield Chess Championship title after defeating Rosim Khadka of Sahara Nepal in the last round on Thursday.

Rosim was ahead with six points until Wednesday while Santosh tied on 5.5 points in the second position with other two competitors.
MMC Meets Sheikh Jamal In Semifinals
KATHMANDU, Nov 27: Defending champion Manang Marshyangdi Club (MMC) will meet Sheikh Jamal of Bangladesh in the semifinals of the King´s Cup football tournament in Bhutan on Saturday.

Group B runner-up MMC´s semifinal opponent was decided on Thursday after Sheikh Jamal finished top of Group A defeating Mohun Bagan FC of India 5-3 in the last group match at the Changlimithang Stadium in Thimphu, Bhutan.
Karatekas Off To Shanghai
KATHMANDU, Nov 27: Gyan Bahadur Tamang and Nirmala Bajracharya on Thursday left for Shanghai, China, to participate in the 16th All Asian Full Contact Karate Championship in men´s and women´s open categories respectively. The tournament has been scheduled for November 28-December 2 in Shanghai. Gyan and Nirmala were selected for the championship through a qualifiers held in Kathmandu earlier this month. Gyan, silver medalist of the second edition of the championship held in Nepal, has also participated in the 13th edition, while Nirmala is marking debut in international event. Rabindra Maharjan is the coach of Nepali team and Rabindra Sundar Shaiju, vice-president of Nepal Kyokushin Karate Do Association, is official.
Ranab And Aja Win Titles
KATHMANDU, Nov 27: Ranab Singh and Aja Regmi were crowned U-8 boys´ and girls´ singles champions respectively in the Second Junior Open Lawn Tennis Championship at Satdobato Complex on Thursday.

Ranab completed a 10-6 and 12-10 win over Arab Hada while Aja did not even have to swing her racket for the title after receiving walkover from her opponent.
Meanwhile, Utshabi Joshi and Alsha Regmi fixed their meeting for the U-12 girls´ singles title after winning their respective semifinals fixtures.
Pak Vs NZ Test Postponed For A Day
SHARJAH, United Arab Emirates, Nov 27: The second day´s play in the third and final test between Pakistan and New Zealand has been abandoned on news of the tragic death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes on Thursday.

The decision was taken by the officials of both Pakistan Cricket Board and New Zealand Cricket after the news that 25-year-old Hughes died on Thursday, two days after being struck in the head by a cricket ball during a domestic first-class match.
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