KATHMANDU, March 22: Comedian Sitaram Kattel, who is popularly known as 'Dhurmus', co-founder of the Dhurmus Suntali Foundation, has revealed that he has been undergoing mental torture for two years due to the controversy surrounding the construction of the Gautam Buddha International Cricket Stadium in Rampur, Chitwan.

The film crew of ‘Kabadi Kabadi Kabadi’ donated Rs 300,000 to Dhurmus-Suntali Foundation on Sunday. They donated the amount for the construction of Gautam Buddha International Cricket Stadium in Chitwan.

CHITWAN, July 25: Chitwan Chamber of Commerce and Industry has provided Rs 5,555,555 to Gautam Budhha International Cricket Stadium, going to be constructed here by Dhurmus Suntali Foundation.

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CHITWAN, May 30: Ruling Nepal Communist Party, Chitwan, has suspended two NCP leaders for their alleged involvement in destroying the compound walls of the under-construction Gautam Buddha International Cricket Stadium.

CHITWAN, May 30: Police have arrested Prakash Kadel of Chitwan for his involvement in demolishing the fence of Gautam Buddha International Cricket Stadium which is under-construction in Bharatpur.

KATHMANDU, May 30: The Dhurmus-Suntali Foundation has suspended its work to construct a multi-purpose international cricket stadium in Bharatpur Metropolitan City in Chitwan.

KATHMANDU, Jan 30: The Dhurmus Suntali Foundation, a social organization founded by comedian duo Sitaram Kattel 'Dhurmus' and Kunjana Ghimire 'Suntali', on Wednesday, announced that it would construct an international cricket stadium in Bharatpur Metropolitan City in Chitwan District.

KATHMANDU, Sept 14: The Dhurmus Suntali Foundation’s proposed construction of an international cricket stadium has gathered pace after Bharatpur Municipality approved the Rampur situated location on Thursday.

KATHMANDU, Sept 6: At a time when Dhurmus Suntali Foundation has developed at least three integrated settlements in earthquake-hit districts and smoothly handed it over to needy people, the government’s plan of building apartments for landless families and quake-hit families living in extreme poverty is not taking off in the absence of a policy to identify beneficiaries.