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Asian Zonal Chess Championship begi ...

BHAKTAPUR: The Asian Zonal 3.2 Chess Championship began here at the Ratna Giri Resort in Nagarkot today.Asian Chess Federation General Secretary Hisam Al-Tahir inaugurated the tour ...Full story

Pariyar bags double bagel KATHMANDU: Jitendra Pariyar, Abhisekh Bastola, Dawa Sherpa and Kamal Bhandari advanced to the men’s singles semi-finals of the seventh Sahabir Memorial Op ...Full story

Top guns keep rolling KATHMANDU: Top seeded players continued their dominance in the seventh Sahabir Memorial Open Lawn Tennis Tournament at the APF and ANLTA courts today. To ...Full story

Chess tourney postponed KATHMANDU: The Nepal Chess Association postponed the Asian Zonal 3.2 Chess Championship on Wednesday.The tournament, originally slated for March 26 to April 2 a ...Full story

Top seeds off to a flying start KATHMANDU: Top seeded Jitendra Pariyar and Shakti Sharma started the seventh Sahabir Memorial Open Lawn Tennis Tournament with wins here on Wednesday. In ...Full story

International

Hamilton takes pole position for Ma ...

SEPANG, Malaysia: Lewis Hamilton took pole position for the Malaysian Grand Prix on Saturday, while Mercedes' run of nine straight front-row lockouts in Formula One came to an end ...Full story

What to Watch in the Cricket World Cup final MELBOURNE: The Cricket World Cup final on Sunday will feature the tournament co-hosts and traditional sports rivals Australia and New Zealand. The Australians h ...Full story

Kiwis not worried of MCG MELBOURNE: New Zealand seamer Tim Southee believes the Black Caps have the experience and the firepower to topple Australia in Sunday’s World Cup final in ...Full story

revives 'Underarm' memories MELBOURNE: Whatever happens in Sunday’s final between Australia and New Zealand at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, it will have to go some way to matching t ...Full story

Indian sports fraternity praises Dhoni's team NEW DELHI: India’s sports fraternity had nothing but praise for the efforts of MS Dhoni’s team, which bowed out of the World Cup on Thursday with a ...Full story