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Nepal’s victory against Chinese Taipei

4 Jun 2021 Foreign Affairs News Desk

Nepal has defeated Chinese Taipei 2-0 in the qualifying matches of World Cup 2022 and Asia Cup 2023. Nepal has entered the third round of the Asian Cup by finishing fourth in its group. In the World Cup qualifiers, Nepal Read More
Blind, fastest & oldest climber to atop Mt. Everest

3 Jun 2021 Foreign Affairs News Desk

Zhang Hong of China became the first blind man in Asia and the third in the world to climb Mount Everest --8,848.86-meter-high Himalayan feat. Born in Chongqing city of south China, 46-year old Zhang has scaled the tallest peak in Read More
World No. 2 Tennis star Naomi Osaka stunned by quitting from French Open

1 Jun 2021 Foreign Affairs News Desk

As the 23-year-old Japanese Tennis star was awarded a penalty of US $15,000 on Sunday and threatened with disqualification after she refused to carry out a mandatory news conference following her first round win Naomi Osaka, the No. 2-ranked women’s Read More
Danielle Wolfson 1st Israeli woman to atop Mt. Everest

31 May 2021 Foreign Affairs News Desk

A 43-year-old Ms. Danielle Wolfson became the first Israeli woman to summit the world’s highest snow-capped Mount Everest. Wolfson atop the 8,848.86-meter-high snow-covered peak on May 25, as per the report source. Born in Russia and moved to Israel when Read More
Over 150 people scaled Mt. Everest in a day

24 May 2021 Foreign Affairs News Desk

An expedition to the Mt. Everest, the world’s highest snow-covered peak was postponed due to bad weather and coronavirus infection, has started again. According to Tashi Lakpa Sherpa, a climber guide at the base camp, on the very first day Read More
FIFA to consider holding World Cup every two years

23 May 2021 Foreign Affairs News Desk

In a move that could have a profound impact on the global football structure, FIFA is considering conducting its flagship tournament every two years instead of four for both the men's and women's tournaments, the governing body has acknowledged. The organization will launch a feasibility study into Read More
Two mountaineers died on Mt. Everest

14 May 2021 Foreign Affairs News Desk

As hundreds of climbers were cheering their success to atop the world’s highest Mountain (8,848.86 meters) but on the other dark side two climbers have died on Mount Everest. 41-year-old Abdul Waraich from Switzerland and Puwei Liu, 55, of the Read More
70 climbers reached on top of world–Mt Everest on Wednesday

13 May 2021 Foreign Affairs News Desk

70 climbers from various countries reached atop the 8,846.86 meters- a mountain on Wednesday alone. in a single day. According to the Department of Tourism, the 12-member rope-fixing team (also known as the Icefall Doctors) led by renowned Everest climber Read More
Mt. Everest ascended by 80 climbers on Tuesday

12 May 2021 Foreign Affairs News Desk

Some 80 climbers, including Bahrain's Prince, reached the top of Mount Everest (Sagarmatha) Tuesday morning. According to Nepal Tourism Board (NTB)’s director Meera Acharya, an expedition team led by Bahrain’s Prince Sheikh Mohammed Al Khalifa, including others, made the successful Read More
Sports for inclusive, sustainable future: UN chief

6 Apr 2021 SDG

The United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres urged everyone involved in the sport sector to help advance climate action, combat discrimination and prejudice, and ensure that global sporting events leave a positive legacy.  In a message delivered Tuesday commemorating International Day of Sport Read More