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  'MoYS Meddling With NSC's Affairs'
    KATHMANDU, July 24: National Sports Council (NSC) Member Secretary Yubaraj Lama on Thursday accused the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MoYS) of interfering with NSC´s legal provision.

NSC and MoYS are at odds after the appointment of Purushottam Paudel as the Minister of Youth and Sports. Purushottam Paudel belongs to CPN-UML and assumed the responsibility in the current collation government under Prime Minister Sushil Koirala. Lama was nominated the member secretary by Jhalanath Khanal led multi party collation government in July 2011.

  Frank Lampard Joins New York City FC Of MLS
       Associated Press  
    NEW YORK, July 24: Frank Lampard is joining New York City FC.

The 36-year-old midfielder and former England star is the MLS expansion club´s second high-profile international signing leading to its first season in 2015.

  Corporate Indoor Cricket From July 30
    KATHMANDU, July 24:  Red Cherry Sports Management is organizing the Qatar Airways Corporate Indoor 8´s cricket tournament at the Royal Indoor Cricket, Golfutar from July 30 to August 2.

 The event to be played in league-cum-knockout basis will see participation of 12 corporate teams.

  Suarez Could Make Barcelona Debut Against Madrid
    MADRID, July 24: Luis Suarez could make his Barcelona debut against Real Madrid at the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium on Oct. 26.

The Spanish league announced its schedule for the 2014-15 season on Thursday, and the first "clasico" will take place shortly after the end of Suarez´s four-month ban for biting an opponent at the World Cup.

  India Angered By Basketball's No Turban Rule
    NEW DELHI, July 24: India´s sports minister has criticized the ´no-headgear´ rule of basketball´s world body FIBA after two Sikh players on the national team were told to remove their turbans during the recent Asia Cup in China.

Sarbananda Sonowal said in a statement Thursday he was "shocked and outraged" and was seeking a report from the Basketball Federation of India as well as urging the International Olympic Committee to instruct sporting federations to alter rules so such an incident is not repeated.

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