Anonymous sources in newspapers of March 26
South Asia Check / March 27, 2016
Nagarik report on the visiting British Prince Harry headlined “Crushing stones with hammer” by Narahari Sapkota datelined Lapu (Gorkha) has quoted one unnamed source: A laborer.
Kantipur report on the visiting British Prince Harry headlined “Harry carrying wicker basket” by Sudip Kaini datelined Lapubesi (Gorkha) has quoted four unnamed source: A local, a teacher, another teacher and locals.
Republica report headlined “125 VDCs in quake-hit districts have no sec’ys as grants are issued” by Sangeet Sangraula datelined Kathmandu has quoted one unnamed source: A top official.
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