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    The man who won the hearts of Nepali cricket fans leaving today

    Dassanayake is the one who guided Nepal from ICC World Cricket League Division 4 to Division 1KATHMANDU, Nov 28: After four years of his stay in Nepal during which he won the hearts and minds of the local cricket fans, Nepal's head coach Pubudu Dassanayake is set to leave the country on Saturday. Sri Lanka-born Canadian national Dassanayake, who was appointed as Nepal's coach in 2011, is leaving Nepal with many success stories, along with controversies.
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Discussions at MoFA

Foreign Minister Kamal Thapa discusses with former foreign ministers, former foreign secretaries and ambassadors on current crisis. (Dinesh Gole) ...


A view of Sauraha, Chitwan after sunset. (Dipesh Shrestha) ...

Let us live and study

Hundreds of students have hit the streets against Indian blockade demanding right to study along the Ring Road in capital on Friday. (Dinesh Gole/Republica) ...

End SSB atrocity

CPN-UML-affiliated Youth Federation take out a protest rally in Kathmandu against India’s blockade and SSB firing. (Keshab Thoker) ...


Thakur prods Koirala to help end deadlock

KATHMANDU, Nov 27: Tarai Madhes Democratic Party (TMDP), one of the agitating parties under the United Democratic Madhesi Front (UDMF), has urged Nepali Congress President Sushil Koirala to take initiatives to end the present political deadlock. At a meeting held...


Four killed in Palpa bus mishap, 14 injured in separate accident in Baglung

Four killed in Palpa bus mishap, 14 injured in separate accident in Baglung

BUTWAL, Nov 27: The ongoing fuel crisis created by the undeclared Indian blockade has led to many road accidents across the country of late. Fewer vehicles have been plying on the roads which has led to overcrowding of the public...


Virtuous circle

Students against blockadeKathmandu witnessed a rare sight on Friday. Up to 500,000 students from various schools and colleges linked their hands to form a human chain along the 27-km Ring Road. There were out on the street to protest the unjust economic blockade imposed by India and let the world know that their right to education was being violated. Although we don’t approve of the use of children in any kind of protest, peaceful or otherwise, it is hard to see what else the schools...


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