गृहपृष्ठ ∕ Sports ∕ Nepali migrant workers in South Korea provide support for Gautam Buddha Cricket Stadium Sports Nepali migrant workers in South Korea provide support for Gautam Buddha Cricket Stadium KathmanduPati May 06, 2021 KATHMANDU – Nepali migrant workers in Republic of Korea have provided Rs 452,630 in financial assistance for the development of Gautam Buddha International Cricket Stadium. The cricket stadium is being built from the locals’ level with an initiative of artist Sitaram Kattel and Kunjana Ghimire. A total of 107 Nepali migrant workers in South Korea had collected the amount by initiating a campaign ‘One Hour’s Income for Gautam Buddha International Cricket Stadium’ to support the Dhurmus Suntali Foundation. The Foundation has also confirmed that the amount was credited in its bank account. The campaigners in South Korea stated that they would continue their move to fundraise for this cause in coming days while appealing to Nepalis brothers and sisters in South Korea to extend their support. Write your comments RELATED NEWS Nepal to play opening match under Women T-20 Championship with… Nepal qualifies for ICC T20 World Cup, 2024 ICC T20 World Cup Asia Qualifier: Nepal loses to Oman… ICC T20 World Cup Asia Qualifier: Nepal beats Singapore by… Nepal smashes Saudi Arabia by whopping 348 runs in ACC… Triangular T20 cricket series: Nepal and UAE in race today Top Headlines NC work execution committee meeting tomorrow1 Nepal now and Nepal then2 Bird strike on flydubai aircraft not confirmed yet: Minister Kirati3 PM Dahal holds discussions with Finance Minister and NRB Governor4 PM inaugurates Pokhara Regional International Airport5 RSP convening Central Committee meeting tomorrow6 Supreme Court annuls Home Minister Lamichhane’s lawmaker post7 PM Dahal holds talks with EC officials8 TRENDING Once on the Margins, Women Diplomats Are Now Making Their Mark in Nepal’s Foreign Service Sector Pathao, Tootle resume ride sharing services after authorities relax lockdown What Makes Prithivi Narayan Shah a Philosopher and a Truly Democratic King? UPAYA CITY CARGO LAUNCHES Version 3.0 Nepal Army initiates investigation into case of financial irregularities by Lieutenant Colonel Janmat Karki Hungry people out on streets, but the government nowhere to be seen Police make a woman public in connection to Gongabu murder case This time’s Teej, social distancing please!