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Thursday, August 1, 2013

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NATIONAL CRICKET TEAM LEAVES FOR SRI LANKA FOR PRACTICE

Kathmandu, 1 Aug: The Nepali National Cricket Team left here for Sri Lanka on Thursday to play some practice matches in preparation for the ACC Emerging Teams Cup Cricket Tournament to be held in Singapore from coming
August 17 to 25, RSS reports..

The team led by captain Paras Khadka will be in Sri Lanka until August 16 before flying to Singapore.

Other members of the team are Gyanendra Malla (vice capt.), Sharad Bheswakar, Abinash Karna, Prithu Banskota, Shakti Gauchan, Rahul Biswakarma, Basant Regmi, Ramnaresh Giri, Pradip Giri, Sagar Pun, Binod Bhandari, Chandra Saud and Anil Mandal.

Likewise, the reserves comprise Amrit Bhattarai, Sanjam Regmi, Naresh Budhayera and Mahesh Chettri. NepalĀ“s Sri Lankan coach Pubudu Dasanayake is accompanying the team along with members of the team management.

In the tournament to be held in Singapore, Nepal has been grouped with India, Pakistan and Afghanistan in Group A. Group B comprises Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, the UAE and host Singapore.
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NWC SAYS BELBARI  INCIDENT PREPLANNED

Kathmandu, 1 Aug.: The National Women Commission has said that the Belbari incident was preplanned and that efforts were made to downplay the incident acting upon political connections, RSS reports..

Releasing a report on the incident here Thursday, Spokesperson of the Commission Mohana Ansari said the police were found to have initially denied registering a complaint regarding the incident and later recording statement of the victims without the presence of a policewoman.

The act of the local police and politicians to mediate the incident even after the complaint was filed and the failure of two local journalists to report the incident even after having prior information about it led to the inhuman incident from taking place, reads the report.

In the report, the Commission has called for action against the perpetrators and compensation to the survivors of the incident that took place on July 25.



Published on 2013-08-01 18:0

KATHMANDU, Aug 1: The National Women Commission has said that the Belbari incident was preplanned and that efforts were made to downplay the incident acting upon political connections.

Releasing a report on the incident here Thursday, Spokesperson of the Commission Mohana Ansari said the police were found to have initially denied registering a complaint regarding the incident and later recording statement of the victims without the presence of a policewoman.

The act of the local police and politicians to mediate the incident even after the complaint was filed and the failure of two local journalists to report the incident even after having prior information about it led to the inhuman incident from taking place, reads the report.

In the report, the Commission has called for action against the perpetrators and compensation to the survivors of the incident that took place on July 25.

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