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Emerging Teams Cup: Nepal win by 7 wickets

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KATHMANDU — Nepal has wrapped up the journey of ACC Emerging Teams Cup defeating Hong Kong by seven wickets in their last match held at the Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium Academy Ground No 2 in Cox Bazaar, Bangladesh on Thursday.

Hong Kong had set a target of 215 runs for Nepal which Nepal successfully made beating Hong Kong by seven wickets.

Gyanendra Malla and Asif Sheikh had opened for Nepal. Malla made 70 our of 82 balls including 11 4s. Malla made three different partnership. He made 37 out of 62 balls with Sheikh, 44 our of 57 with Dilip Nath and 34 out of 44 balls with Dipendra Singh Airee.

Nepal have made a century by the end of the 24th over.

Similarly, with the partnership of 105 runs of Dipendra Singh Airee and Sharad Veswakar, Nepal crossed the target and ended the match at 220 runs with 34 balls remaining.

Airee and Veswakar  were not out with 60 runs  with five fours and one six and 55 runs  with three fours and three sixes respectively.

Earlier, invited to bat first after losing the toss, Hong Kong made 214 runs losing all the wickets in the alloted 50 overs.
Hong Kong’s skipper Anshy Rath topscored with 51 runs including seven fours off 64 balls before being caught by Gyanendra Malla.

Cameron McAuslan made 43 runs includig five fours in 69 balls while Waqas Khan contributed 30 runs including three fours off 65 balls before being bowled out by Sushan Bhari.

Nepal now stands third with 2 points in the scoreboard.

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Dahal says discussion about party unification process positive





KATHMANDU — CPN Maoist Center Chairman Pushpa Kamal Dahal Prachand has said the bilateral discussions regarding the unification between the party and CPN-UML are heading positively.

Chair Dahal apprised the extended meeting held today at his Khumaltar-based private residence of the progress in the unification process.

Talking to media persons following the meeting, party Spokesperson Pampha Bhusal said that time would be taken for uniting the parties.

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“The date for the unification cannot be declared right now,” she said while stressing the need to make no haste on the matter of making a new party by merging two political parties.

According to Spokesperson Bhusal, party chair Dahal briefed the meeting about his discussions with the UML chair regarding party unification committee’s reports.

Stating that bilateral talks and discussions on the political and organisational issues were heading positively, leader Dahal assured the meeting that merging process was going ahead to ensure the unification as per the interests of both parties and the nation, according to Spokesperson Bhusal.

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