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Saarc 2014
  • MMC drub Ugyen 5-1 in King’s Cup
    Nepal lose one off T20I

    Nepal lost their one off Twenty20 International against Hong Kong by two wickets in a closely-contested battle in Colombo on...

  • MMC drub Ugyen 5-1 in King’s Cup
    MMC drub Ugyen 5-1 in King’s Cup

    Manang Marshyangdi Club (MMC) inched closer to the semi-finals of the Kings’ Cup Football with their 5-1 drubbing of local team Ugyen Academy here on...

  • SAsian Women’s Volleyball in Dec

    Nepal Volleyball Association (NVA), in an attempt to provide much-needed exposure, is organising the South Asian Women’s Volleyball Tournament here at the Dashrath...

  • Rana-led NOC seeks support
    Rana-led NOC seeks support

    The Nepal Olympic Committee (NOC) led by Rukma Shumsher Rana on Monday asked for support from Ministry of Youth and Sports (MoYS) and the National Sports Council...


  • Pradhan-led NOC illegitimate: PAC

    The Public Accounts committee (PAC) of the Parliament on Wednesday directed the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MoYS) to suspend the Dhruba Bahadur Pradhan-led Nepal Olympic Committee...


  • BKSP swimmers dominate Day-1

    Bangladesh Krira Shikkha Protisthan (BKSP) dominated the opening day of the 15th LA Inter-school SAARC Invitational Swimming Championships with 13 gold...


  • Lama record 3-stroke victory

    Tribhuvan Army Officers Golf Club pro Sanjay Lama clinched the Surya Nepal Eastern Open at par-70 Nirvana Country Club here on...


  • Silverware eludes Nepal

    Nepal’s wait for first silverware in football continued as they suffered a humiliating 6-0 drubbing by India in the final of the third Saff Women’s...


  • Hoopsters get walkover

    Adding more salt to the wound caused by disappointing performances in the 17th Asian Games, two Nepali wushu players went missing here on Thursday in...




  • Tamang siblings win, again

    Tamang siblings Ratnajit and Sara Devi defended the singles titles of the fourth Puspha Lal Memorial Ranking Badminton Championships here at the National Sports Council...