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- Media How justified is the use of anonymous sources?
MediaQuarterly report (Jan-Mar) on anonymous sources in newspapers (January-March 2018) During the three months between January 1st and March 31st of 2018, among the s... Read More
- How justified is the use of anonymous sources?
- Anonymous sources in newspapers of October 30
- Anonymous sources in newspapers of October 29
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In Public InterestPesticides tests of fruits and vegetables, problems galore Plants Protection Directorate officer Ramkrishna Subedi points to the need for setting up pesticides... Read More
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Gautam gives wrong figures about Hindi as mother tongue CPN-UML leader Bamdev Gautam recently claimed that no one in Nepal has Hindi as mother tongue. He also claimed that even in India, not even 1-2 percent people have Hindi as mother tongue. Read More
Anonymous sources in newspapers of March 5 Nagarik report headlined “Three panels scramble for votes” by Balkrishna Adhikari datelined Kathmandu has quoted three unnamed sources: A leader close to Sher Bahadur Deuba, a leader close... Read More