Anonymous sources in newspapers of August 10
South Asia Check / August 15, 2017
Kantipur report headlined “Dr KC’s demands being ignored” by Makar Shrestha datelined Kathmandu has quoted unnamed source in one instance: A member from the taskforce formed to settle the amendment of Health Education Bill.
Nagarik report on the school sector reform program headlined “Achievement nil” by Bhim Chapagain, Ramesh Paudel, Kiran Man Bajracharya and Devendra Basnet datelined IIam, Chitwan, Kapilvastu and Dang has quoted unnamed source in one instance: A person having knowledge of the education sector.
The Kathmandu Post report headlined “A deal that disregards Dr KC’s demand” by Manish Gautam datelined Kathmandu has quoted unnamed source in one instance: A lawmaker.
The Kathmandu Post headlined “Experts say Doklam standoff opens avenue for Nepal to settle its boundary issues” by Anil Giri datelined Kathmandu in two instances: A senior Chinese official and government officials.
Republica report headlined “SSDP failed to meet goals” datelined Kathmandu has quoted unnamed source in one instance: A teacher. This report doesn’t carry a byline.
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