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  Dassanayake Receives Warm Welcome At TU Cricket Ground
    KATHMANDU, Sept 2: Nepali cricket coach Pubudu Dassanayake received warm welcome from officials of Nepal Sports Council (NSC), Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) and national cricket players as he attended national team’s closed camp training on Tuesday.

Dassanayake began his second term as Nepal cricket coach after signing a new 10-month deal with the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MoYS) on Monday.

  India Wins Toss, Bowls 1st Vs England In 4th ODI
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    BIRMINGHAM, England, Sept 2: India has won the toss and will bowl first in the fourth one-day international against England at Edgbaston on Tuesday.

The Indians, who lead 2-0 in the five-match series, have selected Dhawal Kulkarni for his ODI debut in place of fellow bowler Mohit Sharma

  Dassanayake Begins New Term As Nepal Cricket Coach
    KATHMANDU, Sept 1: Pubudu Dassanayake began his second term as Nepal cricket coach after signing a new 10-month deal with the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MoYS) on Monday. He will join the national team’s closed camp training for the 17th Asian Games from Tuesday.

Choodamani Paudel, joint secretary at MoYS, and Dassanayake inked the term-renewal deal during a function held at the ministry on Monday. As per the new contract, Dassanayake will be the head coach of Nepal cricket team from September 1 (Monday) to June 15 of next year and will receive a monthly salary of US$ 10,000 from MoYS.

  Sirish Shatters 25-year-old Record
    KATHMANUD, Sept 1: Young swimming sensation and national champion Sirish Gurung added another feather in his illustrious career by breaking the 25-year-old national record in men’s 100 m freestyle on Monday.

Sirish, representing Nepal Police Club, set a new record of 58.55 seconds in the event during the Fourth NSA Cup Swimming Championship at the Satdobato Swimming Complex in Lalitpur, surpassing the previous mark of 58.84 seconds set by Anand Lepcha during the Fourth SAAF in Islamabad, Pakistan in 1989.

  Manang Society Donates For Flood Victims
    KATHMANDU, Sept 1: Manang Society donated Rs 421,000 to the Prime Minister’s Natural Disaster Relief Fund on Monday to provide support to the flood victims across the country.

Senior Vice-president of Manang Society Dawa Gurung, who is also the president of Nepal Karate Federation, handed over the amount to Prime Minister Sushil Koirala at the latter’s residence in Baluwatar.

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