KATHMANDU, May 29: Nepal national cricket team’s vice-captain Gyanendra Malla has been appointed as brand ambassador of eSewa, an online payment service provider. The one-year agreement was signed by president of F1 Soft International (promoter of eSewa) Bishwas Dhakal and cricketer Malla in Kathmandu on Monday.
KATHMANDU, May 26: National cricket team captain Paras Khadka, who also heads the Armed Police Force team, is likely to miss the second edition of revamped Inter-provincial Prime Minister Cup (PM Cup) scheduled to start on Sunday in Kirtipur. Similarly, his deputy for both the teams, Gyanendra Malla will also be unavailable for the 50-over-tournament due to injury.
Bhairahawa Gladiators won the toss and elected to bowl first in the sixth match of the Everest Premier League 2017. Dipesh Shrestha, who picked up three wickets in last match, continued his fine form by removing half-centurion of Lalitpur’s last match Pawan Sarraf and Jaykishan Kolsawala in his opening spell.
Making his debut as a cricketer in 2006, Gyanendra Malla marked a new beginning in Nepali cricket. Even though he aspired to become an army officer while growing up, the invigorating passion for cricket led his way to enter the national cricket team. He was appointed the vice-captain of Nepal National Cricket Team in 2011 and is currently the Chairperson of Kathmandu Cricket Training Center established in 2008. Under his captaincy, Gyanendra has proudly represented Nepal in numerous national and international matches and bagged prestigious awards for the country.
KATHMANDU, Nov 4: Manifestos and commitments that political parties have come up with for upcoming elections of House of Representatives and Province are misleading the public. Like in the past, political parties once again have put forward similar plans and dreams of massive development, employment and economic growth to lure voters.
KATHMANDU, July 21: Former President of Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ), Japan Chapter Tilak Malla is found involved in defrauding Japanese job aspirants of millions of rupees by promising them with Japanese visas.
KATHMANDU, Aug 8: Newly-appointed Supreme Court Justice Sapana Pradhan Malla has been consulting the government and UN agencies concerned over the process of resigning from the United Nations Committee against Torture (CAT), to which she was elected as an independent expert member in 2014.