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Without Guide, Nepal's Bikram Rana Denied Participation
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KATHMANDU, Oct 19: Nepal’s Bikram Bahadur Rana could not participate in the 200-meter sprint at the Asian Para Games in Incheon of South Korea on Sunday as he did not have a guide for the competition.

“I had not brought my guide from Nepal. When I asked for a guide after arriving in South Korea, they said it was not possible,” said Bikram.
“I am sad that I could not represent Nepal at the Asian Para Games. If we had someone with technical knowledge in our association, this would not have happened.”
Sound Image Wins Gautam Buddha International Cricket
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KATHMANDU, Oct 20: Sound Image Lucknow was crowned Wai Wai Gautam Buddha International Cricket Tournament champion after defeating Tribhuvan Army Club by 14 runs in the final at the Shree Buddha Padma Rangashala in Kapilvastu on Sunday.

Lucknow bagged a purse of Rs 160,000 along with the title.
Rautahat Clinches BIAAG Cup Title
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RUATAHAT, Oct 20: Alisha Jimba scored a hat-trick as home team Rautahat claimed the title of the First Because I Am A Girl (BIAAG) Cup U-17 Football Tournament on Sunday with an emphatic 5-0 victory over Kathmandu in the final held in Chandranigahapur.

Along with Alisha, Nirmala KC and skipper Sunita Yonjan were also on target for the home team backed by a huge home crowd.
Nepal Beats Colts Of Sri Lanka
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KATHMANDU, Oct 20: Skipper Paras Khadka and Gyanendra Malla´s superb knocks and Sagar Pun´s brilliant bowling helped Nepal cricket team, which is in Sri Lanka to prepare for the ICC World Cricket League Division 3, beat local Colts Cricket Club by seven wickets in its second practice match on Sunday.

Paras and Gyanendra shared a 104-run stand for the third wicket as Nepal comfortably chased down the 152-run target in 35 overs losing only three wickets.
Fugitive Players Face 10-year Ban
REPUBLICA
KATHMANDU, Oct 19: The Work Execution Committee of the 17th Asian Games on Sunday took five major decisions, including banning Nepali players who fled during the Games concluded on October 4 in Incheon, South Korea.

According to a press statement issued by Chudamani Paudel, secretary of the committee, the meeting decided to ban players who disappear in a foreign country from all the sports activities for 10 years.
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