Anonymous sources in newspapers of March 27
South Asia Check / March 28, 2017
Annapurna Post report headlined “Corruption in army, secret commissions in food procurement” by Shambhu Kattel datelined Kathmandu has quoted an unnamed source in four instances: A senior official at western division of Nepal Army, an official at the Ministry of Defense, and ‘a source’ in two instances.
Annapurna Post report headlined “Indian demonetization; Nepal insists on exchange facility for IRs 25,000 per person per day exchange facility” by Menuka Karki datelined Kathmandu has quoted an unnamed source in one instance: A source at Nepal Rastra Bank.
The Himalayan Times report headlined “First batch of spring climbers head to Mount Everest today” by Rajan Pokhrel datelined Kathmandu has quoted an unnamed source in one instance: A senior Department of Tourism officer.
Republica report headlined “Additional security sought in tarai districts for upcoming polls” by Roshan Sedhai datelined Kathmandu has quoted unnamed sources in four instances: Officials, home ministry officials in two instances and a home ministry official.
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