Anonymous sources in newspapers of November 17
South Asia Check / November 18, 2015
Nagarik report headlined “Nepal Oil Corporation promoting black market” by Kuvera Chalise and Sujan Oli datelined Kathmandu has quoted an unnamed source, and two traders.
Nagarik report headlined “Where did all the fuel go” by Ajit Tiwari datelined Kathmandu has quoted an unnamed source, a security official and a petroleum trader.
Nagarik report headlined “Oli’s letter reaches Beijing” by Purna Basnet datelined Guangzhou (China) has quoted an unnamed source and another unnamed official from the Beijing-based Nepali embassy.
Annapurna Post report headlined “National interest won’t be compromised while resolving Madhes problem” by Chiranjivi Dhungana datelined Kathmandu has quoted an unnamed source.
Republica report headlined “Govt promoting black market in fuel: Industrialists” by Kuvera Chalise and Sujan Oli datelined Kathmandu has quoted two unnamed industrialists.
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