Nepal makes it to ODI ranking

eAdarsha.com Reporter
January 30, 2019

Nepal for the first time in its history has been incorporated in the International Cricket Council’s one-day international rankings. The achievement followed Nepal’s victory in the second ODI series. Nepal beat the hosts United Arab Emirates by 2-1 in three matches of the series.

Nepal on Monday won the third and final one-day by defeating the UAE by four wickets.

Nepal is now in the 15th position of the rankings with 152 points while UAE secures the 14th position with 263 points. England is on the topmost position and it is followed by India and New Zealand respectively. South Africa holds the fourth, Pakistan fifth, Australia sixth, Bangladesh seventh, Sri Lanka eighth, West Indies ninth, Afghanistan 10th, Zimbabwe 11th, Ireland 12th and Scotland is the 13th position. Nepal had played its debut in the ODI with 1-1 draw with the Netherlands. It achieved the ODI status in last March for the next four years.

Tourism entrepreneurs in Siliguri to promote Pokhara

eAdarsha.com Reporter
February 05, 2019
The local tourism entrepreneurs have gone to Siliguri, India for publicizing Pokhara in the north-eastern region of India. The tourism entrepreneurs have reached Siliguri in the context of facilitating trade among the entrepreneurs between Nepal and India, and with the growing number of Indian visitors from the north-east parts visiting Pokhara every year. The Pokhara Tourism Council has been organizing such promotional tours of tourism entrepreneurs every year with the aim of further promoting tourism relations with the north-eastern region of India. The local tourism entrepreneurs will also participate in the Bengal Travel Mart (BTM) to be organised in Siliguri…

Motor rally to create awareness against cancer

eAdarsha.com Reporter
January 30, 2019
A Kathmandu-Pokhara motor rally will be organised on coming Friday to create awareness against cancer. To be organised jointly by the Nepal Cancer Relief Society and Kathmandu Guest House Foundation, the rally will start from Kathmandu and conclude at Sarangkot of Pokhara, covering around 200 kilometers distance, said the Foundation's President Diwakar Karnikar at an event today. The winners will be awarded. The rally also aims to promote international tourism, said the Organisation's President Lokendra Kumar Shrestha.