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Chess players leaving for Olympiad ...

KATHMANDU: A 16-member Nepali chess team is on Wednesday leaving for Norway to participate in the 41st Chess Olympiad slated for August 1-14 in Tromso. The team includes 10 ...Full story

Minister vows good pitch for cricket KATHMANDU: Youth and Sports Minister Purushottam Paudel said he was not in mood to make any change just for the sake of change in the Cricket Association of Nep ...Full story

TIME OUT Rai claims gold KATHMANDU: Amita Rai of Nepal claimed a gold and a silver medal in the 10th International Open Friendship Taekwondo Championship in Lond ...Full story

TIME OUT Pakhrin triumphs KATHMANDU: Sangam Pakhrin claimed the double gold medals in the Valleywide Inter-school Special Athletics Tournament here on Saturday. P ...Full story

TAC dominate tri-marathon DHADING: Tribhuvan Army Club (TAC) dominated the first CoAS National Tri-marathon Competition, organised by the departmental team, here today. The ‘A’ and &l ...Full story


Cook‚ Root leave India facing ...

SOUTHAMPTON: England captain Alastair Cook set India a record target of 445 to win the third Test after England declared their second innings on 205-4 on the fourth day at Southampton on Wednesday. ...Full story

'Last three months worst of my life' NEW JERSEY: Steven Gerrard says the slip that ended Liverpool’s title hopes and England being knocked out the World Cup in the group stages have contributed to what has be ...Full story

Tevez father abducted; ransom paid‚ released BUENOS AIRES: The father of Juventus striker Carlos Tevez was kidnapped in Buenos Aires on Tuesday before being released following the payment of a ransom, according to local me ...Full story

Man Utd maintain unbeaten run WASHINGTON: Manchester United remained unbeaten under new Dutch manager Louis Van Gaal on Tuesday, defeating Inter Milan 5-3 on penalty kicks after playing to a goal-less draw.< ...Full story

TIME OUT Safarova loses opener WASHINGTON: Top-seeded Lucie Safarova of the Czech Republic and two-time defending champion Magadalena Rybarikova of Slovakia were ...Full story