Anonymous sources in newspapers of November 20
South Asia Check / November 23, 2015
Kantipur report headlined “Schools in the morning, medicine import in the afternoon” by Basanta Basnet, Bhusan Yadav, Aman Koirala, Shyamsundar Shashi and Shiva Puri datelined Kathmandu, Birgunj, Sarlahi, Janakpur and Rautahat has quoted two unnamed sources: Teachers and an office bearer of the Birgunj Chamber of Commerce and Industries.
Kantipur report headlined “Reconstruction work to be assigned to National Planning Commission” by Krishna Acharya datelined Kathmandu has quoted one unnamed source: Administrators.
Nagarik report headlined “Two thirds domestic flights cancelled as NOC fails to supply fuel” by Sushil Bhattarai datelined Kathmandu has quoted one unnamed source: A private airline entrepreneur.
Annapurna Post report headlined “What does Nepal actually want: Rae” by Deepa Dahal datelined Kathmandu has quoted one unnamed source: Source.
Annapurna Post report headlined “Black market profession” datelined Kathmandu has quoted six unnamed sources: An entrepreneur, another entrepreneur, a member of the Hotel Association Nepal, a hardware shop owner, a food entrepreneur, and a microbus driver. This news does not carry a byline.
Republica report headlined “3,000 tons drugs stranded at Raxual” by Ritesh Tripathi datelined Kathmandu has quoted one unnamed source: A drug retailer.
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