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Ganesh Thapa Steps Aside From Post Of ANFA Prez
Shrestha appointed acting prez

  President of All Nepal Football Association (ANFA)  has relieved its president Ganesh Thapa from the post of President for two months for the time being as per the directive of Public Account Committee (PAC) of the Legislature Parliament, on Monday.

A meeting of the ANFA executive committee held today decided to relieve from the responsibility to president Thapa and Treasurer Birat Jung Shahi for two months.
Liverpool Wins Thriller In Premier League
Associated Press
LONDON, Oct 20: An incident-filled weekend in England was capped Sunday by one of the most dramatic finishes to a Premier League game, with Liverpool beating Queens Park Rangers 3-2 thanks to an own goal in the fifth minute of injury time.

Another home win for Atletico Madrid kept the defending Spanish champions in touch with Barcelona in La Liga and Marseille continues to set a fierce pace in France.
FIFA Say 2018 WCup Final Arena 'ahead Of Schedule'
MOSCOW, Oct 20: Work at the Luzhniki Stadium which will host the final of the 2018 World Cup is proceeding ahead of schedule, FIFA´s chief inspector says.

The announcement is a stark contrast to the delays which plagued building work for the venues at Brazil´s World Cup.
Without Guide, Nepal's Bikram Rana Denied Participation
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
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.
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