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ICC monitoring body meeting second time to sort out CAN row

Kathmandu, Nov 30 (RSS): A meeting of the monitoring committee constituted by the International Cricket Council to find a solution to dispute seen in the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) is taking place on coming December 8. The monitoring committee formed by the ICC Advisory Committee is meeting second time to look into the issue.
According to suspended CAN chair Chatur Bahadur Chand, ICC representatives, and representatives from the National Sports Council (NSC) and CAN will be participating in the meeting which will also see formal discussions about the CAN's district elections. The first meeting held in mid-July in Kathmandu agreed to study documents regarding the district election and give authenticity to the elections completing the due processes.
The same meeting urged the bodies concerned to take back the case registered in the court and dissolve the CAN ad-hoc committees. But the stand of the suspended CAN is that the case could not be pulled back from the court until a road map was created for the resolution of problems. However, CAN Board has already endorsed an agreement in principle to withdraw the case.
It may be noted that the October 27 meeting of the executive committee of suspended CAN had agreed in principle to take back the writ registered some two years ago, naming the NSC as defendant.
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A meeting of the monitoring committee constituted by the International Cricket Council to find a solution to dispute seen in the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) is taking place on coming December 8. The monitoring committee formed by the ICC Advisory Committee is meeting second time to look into the issue.
According to suspended CAN chair Chatur Bahadur Chand, ICC representatives, and representatives from the National Sports Council (NSC) and CAN will be participating in the meeting which will also see formal discussions about the CAN's district elections. The first meeting held in mid-July in Kathmandu agreed to study documents regarding the district election and give authenticity to the elections completing the due processes.
The same meeting urged the bodies concerned to take back the case registered in the court and dissolve the CAN ad-hoc committees. But the stand of the suspended CAN is that the case could not be pulled back from the court until a road map was created for the resolution of problems. However, CAN Board has already endorsed an agreement in principle to withdraw the case.
It may be noted that the October 27 meeting of the executive committee of suspended CAN had agreed in principle to take back the writ registered some two years ago, naming the NSC as defendant. A meeting of the monitoring committee constituted by the International Cricket Council to find a solution to dispute seen in the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN) is taking place on coming December 8. The monitoring committee formed by the ICC Advisory Committee is meeting second time to look into the issue.
According to suspended CAN chair Chatur Bahadur Chand, ICC representatives, and representatives from the National Sports Council (NSC) and CAN will be participating in the meeting which will also see formal discussions about the CAN's district elections. The first meeting held in mid-July in Kathmandu agreed to study documents regarding the district election and give authenticity to the elections completing the due processes.
The same meeting urged the bodies concerned to take back the case registered in the court and dissolve the CAN ad-hoc committees. But the stand of the suspended CAN is that the case could not be pulled back from the court until a road map was created for the resolution of problems. However, CAN Board has already endorsed an agreement in principle to withdraw the case.
It may be noted that the October 27 meeting of the executive committee of suspended CAN had agreed in principle to take back the writ registered some two years ago, naming the NSC as defendant.


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