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PM Cup From Sunday
REPUBLICA
NEPALGUNJ, March 6: Organizers of the Prime Minister Cup invitational Women´s Volleyball Championship on Thursday said that along with a visiting Indian team, top clubs of the country will participate in the tournament.

The tournament that begins from Sunday in Nepalgunj will be inaugurated by Prime Minister Sushil Koirala.
BCCI Reprimands Kohli For Fracas With Indian Journalist
Associated Press
NEW DELHI, March 5: The Board of Control for Cricket in India has reprimanded Virat Kohli after the star batsman was accused of abusing an Indian journalist at a practice session in Perth during the World Cup.

BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur says Kohli "has been told to maintain the dignity of the Indian team at all times and avoid any such behavior in the future."
Chelsea Maintains 5-point Lead As Top 5 All Win In EPL
ASSOCIATED PRESS
LONDON, March 5: Chelsea eked out a 1-0 victory at West Ham to stay five points clear in the Premier League on Wednesday, with the top five winning on a night English football held its breath after another player collapsed at White Hart Lane.

Eden Hazard headed in a first-half goal for Chelsea at Upton Park before the leaders rode their luck to stay on course for a second trophy this season to go alongside the League Cup they captured on Sunday.
Bangladesh Beats Scotland By 6 Wickets In World Cup, Pool A
ASSOCIATED PRESS
NELSON, New Zealand, March 5:Tamim Iqbal scored 95 to steer Bangladesh´s largest successful run chase in one-day international cricket as it beat Scotland by six wickets to keep alive its quarterfinal chances at the World Cup.

Scotland set Bangladesh 319 to win Thursday after posting 318-8, an innings built around a record-breaking 156 of opener Kyle Coetzer. Iqbal´s innings of 95 from 100 balls, which was the highest by a Bangladesh batsman in a World Cup match, and his partnership of 139 with Mohammad Mahmudullah (62) established the strong pace that was necessary for Bangladesh to achieve its target with 11 balls to spair.
Janakpur Eves Win U-16 Girl’s Title
SANTOSH SINGH
SARLAHI, March 5:Host Region No 7 (Janakpur) on Wednesday clinched the title of the Wai Wai U-16 Inter-school Girl´s National Cricket Tournament defeating Region No 9 (Dhangadhi) by 10 runs in the final.

Winning the toss and opting to bat first, Janakpur scored 115 runs for the loss of six wickets in allotted 20 overs at the Hariwan Ground in Sarlahi.
Mamta Chaudhary scored 44-run facing 39-ball to helped Janakpur to put a modest total. She smashed four boundaries. Anu Chaudhary added 15 runs off 26 balls.
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