Sandeep plays in style leading his team Jamaica Tallawahs to a winBy RSS
The right-arm leg spin bowler, who is playing for Jamaica Tallawahs, took a wicket for four overs conceding only 12 runs. With this, he claimed five wickets in four matches earlier. In the10th over, Lamichhane conceded only three runs. In the 12th over, he dismissed Sherfane Rutherford giving four runs. Rutherford hit only one run.
Sandeep continues his good run in CPLBy RSS
Nepali national cricketer Sandeep Lamichhane has made a very good beginning in the 2020 edition of the Caribbean Premier League, a T20 cricket tournament.
Cricket players to be insured against COVID-19By RSS
The players in the national cricket team are to be insured against COVID-19. The Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) is insuring the players.
Sandeep’s team to play its CPL match tomorrowBy RSS
Caribbean Premier League (CPL), where Nepali cricketer Sandeep Lamichhane is playing, is taking place from today. CPL would begin at 7:45 pm at Trinidad and Tobago.
Nepal in 99th positionBy RSS
Nepal continues to remain in the 99th position in the latest football rankings released by FIFA for women's football. The FIFA rankings remain the same as no international match has taken place due to the impact of the Corona Virus as of late.
COVID-19 insurance to national volleyball playersBy RSS
The Laxminarayan Shrestha Memorial Trust is to ensure coronavirus insurance to all members in the Nepali national women and men volleyball teams.
Karate’s Olympic preparation put offBy RSS
The ongoing training of Karate players as part of preparation for Olympic to be organized in Japan’s capital, Tokyo, has been put off. Owing to unchecked outbreak of coronavirus infection, the training of the Karate players was put on hold since Tuesday.
Players for closed session of FIFA World Cup qualifiers undergo COVID-19 testBy RSS
Players Bishal Rai, Ranjit Dhimal, Mikchen Tamang, Rabi Paswan, Darshan Gurung, Bimal Rana, Deep Karki, Dilen Loptan, Chhiring Gurung, Devendra Tamang and Pujan Uparkoti and physio Aviskar Pudasaini and coach Kiran Shrestha were among those included in the first-phase testing procedures.
Sandeep leaving for Trinidad and Tobago tomorrow to play CPLBy RSS
Nepali cricketer Sandeep Lamichhane will be leaving for the Republic of Trinidad and Tobago on Thursday to play the Caribbean Premier League (CPL). According to his manager Raman Siwakoti, the player is scheduled to fly towards the island country in the Caribbean through a chartered flight of the Korean Air.
Govt reappoints Silwal NSC member secretary28 Jul, 2020
The government on Monday made some important appointments and promotions of the officials in separate bodies of the government. A meeting of the Council of Ministers held at the official residence of Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli in Baluwatar this evening promoted Deputy Inspectors General (DIGs) Niraj Bahadur Shahi and Pradhumna Karki to Additional Inspectors General (AIGs) of Nepal Police.
Cabinet allows conduction of training sessions from August 17 onwardBy RSS
The government has decided to allow training sessions as part of the preparation of the international sports events from 17 August onward. A meeting of the Council of Ministers on Monday took the decision to this effect. Disclosing the cabinet decisions on Tuesday, government spokesperson and Minister for Finance, Communications and Information Technology Dr Yubaraj Khatiwada shared that the sports training sessions are allowed to be conducted from August 17 onward.
Ashok Khadka announced best umpireBy RSS
Nepal, India, Malaysia, Indonesia and Romania had participated in the tournament. Eight Nepali players got medals in the Pumse taekwondo. Nepali player Madhusudan Sapkota got gold medal. In addition to this, Nepal won four silver and three bronze medals in the Challenge Cup.
Stakeholders stress on resuming sports activitiesBy RSS
The sports stakeholders have expressed worry for no sign of resumption of sports activities even after the government-enforced lockdown against COVID-19 has prevailed for around three months.
13th SAFF Championship next yearBy RSS
The 13th edition of South Asian Football Federation (SAFF) Championship scheduled in Bangladesh is to take place next year.
SC acquits Nepal national team footballers of match fixing charges16 Jun, 2020
Bhadrakali Pokharel, spokesperson of the Supreme Court, informed on Tuesday that the SC gave clean chit to Sagar Thapa, former captain of national football team, players Anjan KC, Sandip Rai, Ritesh Thapa, Bikash Singh Chhetri and physiotherapist Dejip Thapa.
Lockdown COVID-19 Online Video Poomsae Championships to take place from June 21By RSS
'Lockdown COVID-19 Online Video Poomsae Championships' are set to take place from June 21. The International Open Friendship Taekwondo Championships (IOFTC) headquartered in Poland will organise the competition in two phases online when the global pandemic has affected world sports, said IOFTC's founder and competition's director Diwakar Maharjan.
10th national games in Karnali or State-2By RSS
Responding to queries of MPs during discussion on the Appropriation Bill concerning his Ministry for the financial year 2020/21 at the parliament today, he however said that the government could not allocate sufficient budget for the sports sector due to the pandemic.
Proposal to hold wc qualifying games after four monthsBy RSS
The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has proposed to the World Football Federation (FIFA) to hold the FIFA World Cup 2022 and AFC Asian Cup 2023 qualifying games after four months. The games that Nepal is scheduled to play have been proposed to be held in coming October and November.
Tokyo Games delayed to 2021, easing athletes' angst24 Mar, 2020
It was the first time in the Olympics’ 124-year history that they had been postponed, though they were canceled outright several times during the two 20th century World Wars.
Olympic flame lands in Japan as doubts grow over Tokyo Games20 Mar, 2020
That signified a small, symbolic victory for the IOC and local organizers, who maintain the Tokyo Olympics will open on July 24 amid a chorus of doubters who believe they should be postponed or canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.