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Chauhan, Mukhiya architect Army’s imposing title victory
Hari Bahadur Chauhan starred with the bat and Jitendra Mukhiya shone with the ball as Tribhuvan Army Club hammered New Horizon Club of Butwal by 59 runs to win the Karnali Premier League title here on Saturday.
Army, New Horizon set title clash
Tribhuvan Army Club set up the Karnali Premier League Twenty20 cricket tournament title clash with New Horizon after a thrilling one-wicket win over Nepal Armed Police Force Club in Surkhet on Friday.
APF, New Horizon seal last four berths in Karnali Premier League
Nepal Armed Police Force beat Mahendranagar Cricket Academy by 18 runs to enter the semi-finals of the Karnali Premier League Twenty20 cricket tournament at the Kalinchowk Cricket Grounds in Surkhet on Wednesday.
Karnali shock Armymen to enter last four
Karnali XI stunned Tribhuvan Army Club by 11 runs to enter the semi-finals of the Karnali Premier League Twenty20 cricket tournament at the Kalinchowk Cricket Grounds in Surkhet on Monday.
Sah smashes maiden Twenty20 century
Nepal Armed Police Force Club opener Anil Sah smashed his first century in domestic Twenty20 cricket leading his team to a crushing 84-run victory Himalayan Cricket Academy in the Karnali Premier League on Saturday.
Army opens track for Bheri corridor
The Nepal Army has recently completed opening the track for the 118km Jajarkot-Dolpa road, a part of the Bheri corridor that will connect the country with China via Dolpa.
Yarsa smuggling up due to lax border controls
Smuggling of yarsagumba into Tibet, China has risen due to lax control at the customs offices in Dolpa and Mugu. As a result of the illegal trade, the government is losing millions of rupees in revenue, officials said.
Chhaupadi continues in Surkhet
The country may have criminalised Chhaupadi, the practice of banishing teenage girls and women to secluded huts during their menstrual periods, but there are still many places in Surkhet where the tradition prevails.
Bheri Babai project brings economic boom to locals
The Bheri Babai Diversion Multipurpose Project being developed at Bheri-Ganga Municipality, Surkhet in western Nepal has increased the economic activities in the district, generating direct and indirect employment to hundreds of people.
Contractor’s recklessness delays canal construction
The delay in construction of one of the crucial subsidiary canals of the Sikta Irrigation Project, a national pride project which aims to irrigate 80 percent of arable land in Banke district, has disappointed farmers who are currently depending on skies to water thousands of hectares of fields.
Banke: Procurement delay causes chronic shortage of medicines
All the public health institutions in Banke district are reeling under shortage of essential medicines because of the delay in the tender process by the locals units.
Kutu ma Kutu hits 40 million mark
When the song Kutu ma Kutu crossed the 40 million view mark on YouTube on Tuesday, singer Rajanraj Siwakoti was in Nepalgunj, performing to a full-house audience.
Nepalgunj Marathon: Jumla’s Budha upstages APF, TAC runners
Durga Bahadur Budha of Jumla upstaged departmental teams’ runners to claim the third Nepalgunj Marathon here on Tuesday.
13 years on, nat’l pride project still incomplete
Newly appointed Irrigation Minister Sanjaya Kumar Gautam visited the construction site of Sikta Irrigation Project, a national pride project which aims to irrigate 80 percent of the arable lands in Banke district, within a week of taking office and directed concerned authorities to expedite construction works.
’14 flood victims of Banke, Bardiya still awaiting relief
Hundreds of people displaced by floods in Banke and Bardiya are still forced to live in temporary shelters even almost four years after the disaster,