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New Zealand bowling great Hadlee has cancer surgery

WELLINGTON: New Zealand’s leading test wicket taker Richard Hadlee has had surgery for bowel cancer and will have follow-up chemotherapy treatment, his family said on Wednesday.

Six arrested for illegal betting

Kathmandu, May 29 Police have arrested six persons, including former footballer Anjan KC, for illegally running an online betting racket.

Sipradi Trading nets cricketer Lamichhane

Sandeep Lamichhane poses with the Tata Tigor car in Kathmandu on Wednesday.

South Africa’s AB De Villiers quits international cricket

South Africa’s captain AB de Villiers watches his shot during their fifth and final one-day international cricket match against India in Mumbai, India, October 25, 2015.

Sandeep Lamichanne to bowl against Chennai Super Kings

Nepal’s Sandeep Lamichhane prepares to bowl during a team training session at the Affies Park on Wednesday, ahead of their ICC World Cricket League Division-II match against Namibia.

PM Cup Cricket

KATHMANDU: National Sports Council is organising the Prime Minister Cup Inter-province One Day Cricket Tournament in Kathmandu from May 27 to June 11 in Kathmandu.

Sah to play in S’pore

KATHMANDU: Nepal national cricket team member Anil Kumar Sah is set to play in the second Elite Player Series slated for May 1-5 at the Singapore Indian Association Ground in Singapore.

Province 1, 3 thru to semis

Province 3 and Province 1 advanced to the semi-finals of the Manamohan Memorial Inter-Province U-16 National Cricket Tournament here at the TU Stadium today.

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Waugh dubs India’s refusal to play day-night Test as `selfish`

[Australia], May 16 (ANI): Former Test batsman Mark Waugh has dubbed India's decision to not play day-night match against Australia as `selfish` while adding that their move is holding back the future of the game.

Carey looms as skipper

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