Nepal | May 29, 2020

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Karate tournament
KATHMANDU: Nepal Shotokan Karate Association (NSKA) is organizing the fourth NSKA International Karate Championships here on may 6-8. The Technical and Referee Seminar is also slated for May 4-5, said the ogranisers here on Thursday. The organisers are expecting around 700 karatekas to compete in various age and weight categories. The tournament will see players of Shito-ryu, Shotokan, Goju-ryu and Wado-ryu compete for the championships.
Women’s volleyball
KATHMANDU: Kathmandu Nursing Campus beat Yuwamura Campus 25-22, 19-25, 25-18 and Sraddha Campus saw off NIST 25-15, 21-25, 25-18 in the CTEVT Cup Women’s Volleyball Tournament here on Thursday. In men’s football, Advance College edged past Kantipur College 1-0 and Asian Engineering College defeated Stupa College 2-0.
NTA form committee
KATHMANDU: Nepal Taekwondo Association on Thursday formed a 15-member Agitating Committee after their plea for justice went unheard by sports authorities. The NTA has been seeking action against the guilty who deprived Nepal from participating in the March 3-9 Youth Olympic Games qualifers in Mexico. The Olympics has been scheduled to begin from August 14 next year in Singapore. The committee includes coordinator Sanjeev Regmi and joint-coordinators Rabi Raj Singh and Dil Bahadur Oli. Among the other members are Narayan Dev Ran, Sangha Ratna Maharjan, Deepak Shrestha, Min Bahadur Thapa, Kabiraj Khadki, Sagar Bhakta Maharjan, Min Neupane, Norbu Lama, Nabin Kumar Shrestha, Tonil Karmacharya, Badri Prasad Ghimire and Arjun Bhakta Rai.

A version of this article appears in print on March 25, 2010 of The Himalayan Times.

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