GANGNEUNG, Feb 19: Russian athletes and sports officials voiced disbelief on Monday that one of their Winter Games medallists was being investigated for suspected doping, a scandal that could imperil Russia’s efforts to regain full Olympic status.
LONDON, Dec 21: Bristol City, from English football’s second-tier, pulled off a sensation in the League Cup quarter-finals as they knocked out the holders Manchester United 2-1 amid late and wholly improbable drama at their Ashton Gate home on Wednesday.
PARBAT, July 22: A 22-year-old man died due to electric shock at Modi-3 Rural Municipality, Deupur in the district. Khagraj KC, a resident of Kushma-1, Pang, was electricuted to death while he was replacing a wooden electric pole with a metal one as the mishap claimed his life.
JHAPA, Jan 30: Nepal Police Club has faced shock 2-1 defeat to the newly-promoted A Division side NRT in the ongoing Jhapa Gold Cup on Sunday. After failing to preserve the lead in the match, Police crashed out from the early stage of the tournament being held at the Domalal Stadium, Birtamode.
The ruling AIADMK on Saturday released a list of 203 deceased persons, saying they died of "shock" over the demise of party supremo and former Tamil Nadu chief minister J Jayalalithaa on December 5, taking the number of toll in this regard to 280.
KATHMANDU, Nov 7: Host Tribhuvan Army Club faced a 3-1 upset defeat on penalties to the Central Region in the semifinal clash of the ongoing Chief of Army Staff Fourth International Women's Football Championship on Tuesday. The first semifinal match held at Lagankhel was pushed toward the penalty shootout after it finished in a 2-2 draw in the regular time.
KATHMANDU: A shock wave ran across the globe as Britain voted last week to exit from the European Union, the regional association to which the country was tied for four decades. Any country with small or large economy, or a tiny nation to the super power, the British severance from the EU did throw issues of various interests on them.