KATHMANDU, Dec 5: Nepal is taking on Singapore on Friday in the vital fixture of the Sagarmatha Cement Journey To World Cup cricket tournament being held in Kathmandu.
As all four participating teams have achieved a win and a defeat each, the tournament equation is wide open. The equation got evenly poised after Delhi Wanderers succumbed to one-wicket defeat against Singapore.
KATHMANDU, Dec 6: Nepal Police Club and Boys Union Club, that made a comeback in top tier football for the current season, have secured quarterfinal places, winning their respective matches Thursday in the Ncell Cup football tournament being held at Dasharath Stadium, Kathmandu.
Skipper Jumanu Rai scored the first hat-trick of the tournament for Nepal Police towards its 3-0 victory over departmental rival Armed Police Force (APF), sending the latter crashing out of the tournament.
Kathmandu, Dec 6: Captain of Nepal cricket team Paras Khadka got busy signing autographs after a program at the Ministry of Health and Population on Thursday, where he was named the national champion for 1000 Golden Days and Handwashing with Soap.
People seeking autographs came from different walks of life -- from teenage boys to already established development workers. "You gave us reason to smile," almost everybody had the same thing to say.
KATHMANDU: Nepali shuttlers Ratnajit Tamang and Bikash Shrestha advanced into the pre-quarterfinals of the Bangladesh International Badminton Championship on Thursday winning their respective men´s singles matches.
Tamang defeated Sri Lankan Thilan Perera 21-12, 24-22 to book a place in the pre-quarterfinals while Shrestha joined his counterpart after fighting back from the second set down to defeat Tushar Krishna Roy of Bangladesh 21-14, 16-21, 21-6. In the men´s doubles, the pair of Tamang and Shrestha crashed out with a 17-21, 21-17, 23-25 defeat to Sri Lanka.