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    Australia beats NZ to win its 5th Cricket World Cup title

    MELBOURNE, Australia, March 29: Michael Clarke signed off with a half century and another World Cup title, leading Australia to a seven-wicket victory over first-time finalist New Zealand on Sunday in front of a crowd of 93,013 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.Clarke (74) and Steve Smith (56 not out), the current and the likely future captain, spearheaded Australia to the winning target of 184 in the 34th over to capture its fifth World Cup title.Clarke, who played in the winning team in 2007, was bowled by Matt Henry nine runs short of the target in his 245th and last one-day…
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Protest rally

UCPN (Maoist) stage a protest rally with bamboo staves in Manthali, Ramechap on Sunday. (Manju Uprety/Republica) ...

Cow farming

Gautamshree Organic and Cow Farm, Kavre was inaugurated by Chief Secretary Leelamani Paudyal on Saturday. Around 350 cows reared in this farm. (Bijay Rai/Republ ...

60+ Earth Hour

Girls light butter lamps during 60+ Earth Hour at Basantapur Kathmandu on Saturday evening. (Dinesh Gole/ Republica) ...

Red all over

National flower Rhododendron blooms all over Thamethor danda of Diktel. (Daman Rai/Republica) ...



Done dirt cheap

Immigration outsourcing In George Orwell's dystopian 1949 novel Nineteen Eighty-Four, the citizens of Airstrip One live under constant surveillance. Each room in every house is fitted with hidden microphones and cameras so that nothing of what his citizens do escapes the notice of the all-powerful 'Big Brother'. In Nepal the bogey of Big Brother is raised whenever India tries to meddle. At least part of this suspicion is warranted: starting with the first term of Manmohan Singh in 2004, India sought to actively shape events in...


Dahal blames NC, UML for prolonged deadlock

Dahal blames NC, UML for prolonged deadlock

KATHMANDU, March 29: UCPN (Maoist) has stated that the Nepali Congress and CPN-UML should become responsible for the consensus on the disputed issues of the new constitution. Following the meeting with Prime Minister Sushil Koirala at his official residence at...



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Record-setting MCG crowd on hand for World Cup final

Record-setting MCG crowd on hand for World Cup final

MELBOURNE, Australia, March 29: The Cricket World Cup came to an end an amid a carnival atmosphere as supporters for co-hosts Australia and New Zealand made up a raucous, record crowd for the final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on...

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