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Chitwan Rhinos clinches PPL Cricket Championship


KASKI: Chitwan Rhinos has won the second edition of Pokhara Premier League (PPL) T20 cricket tournament.
In the final match played at the Pokhara Stadium today, Chitwan Rhinos defeated Biratnagar Titans by 32 runs. With this, the winner got Rs 2.7 million cash prize. Paras Khadka was the captain of Chitwan Rhinos.
The first runner up Biratnagar Titans got Rs 1 million cash prize. After Biratnagar Titans decided for fielding with toss win, Chitwan Rhinos collected 202 runs at the loss of five wickets, playing all overs.
Chasing the target of 203 runs, Biratnagar Titans was able to secure only 170 runs at the loss of seven wickets.
On the occasion, General Secretary Bishnu Poudel stressed the need for the Press Organization Nepal to commit to party and government’s directions.
Party’s spokesperson Narayan Kaji Shrestha urged the organization to stay away from groupism within the party and follow party’s ideology. He also directed the organization to make publicity of the government and party’s good works and activities.

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Information for Indian tourists travelling by land:- 72 hours (-) C-19 report, CCMC form and Antigen Test at entry point
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