Anonymous sources in newspapers of April 27
South Asia Check / April 28, 2016
Kantipur report headlined “Parliament session summoned” datelined Kathmandu has quoted two unnamed sources: An expert on parliamentary affairs, and a source. This news does not carry a byline.
Nagarik report on the problems in the medical education headlined “Agreement reached on draft of regulation by putting differences aside” datelined Kathmandu has quoted three unnamed sources: Three different sources.
Nagarik report headlined “Parties in dispute show flexibility to end cricket crisis” by Ajaya Phuyal datelined Kathmandu has quoted one unnamed source: An experienced cricketing official of Nepal.
Republica report headlined “Lack of parliamentary hearings has chain effect across govt” datelined Kathmandu has quoted one unnamed source: A legal expert. This news does not carry a byline.
Annapurna Post report headlined “Former King of Mustang Jigme falls ill” by Gopal Chhantyal datelined Beni has quoted one unnamed source: The former king’s family source.
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