Anonymous sources in newspapers of September 20
South Asia Check / September 21, 2016
Annapurna Post report headlined “Prime minister meets absconding suspect in India” by Yam Birahi datelined New Delhi has quoted an unnamed source from the Nepali delegation in India.
Annapurna Post report headlined “Prime minister criticized in his party” by Rewati Sapkota datelined Kathmandu has quoted an unnamed leader from the CPN (Maoist Centre).
Nagarik report headlined “Deans appointed for just three months due to dispute” by Ruby Rauniyar datelined Kathmandu has quotes an unnamed dean at the Tribhuvan University.
Nagarik report headlined “CAAN tightening rules for pilots” by Sushil Bhattarai datelined Kathmandu has quoted an unnamed source and an official of the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN).
The Kathmandu Post report headlined “CIAA move at UML’s behest: Dahal” by Tika R Pradhan datelined Kathmandu has quoted an unnamed leader.
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