Anonymous sources in newspapers of October 10
South Asia Check / October 17, 2017
Annapurna Post report headlined “‘China anxiety’ in Nepali Congress” by Navin Jha datelined Kathmandu has quoted unnamed sources in three instances: A leader in three instances.
Kantipur report headlined “RPP extends support to government” by Kulchandra Neupane datelined Kathmandu has quoted unnamed sources in two instances: A source at the prime minister’s official residence in Baluwatar, and a Nepali Congress central committee member close to Deuba.
Nagarik report headlined “Chairman of the Federation of Contractors Associations of Nepal murdered” by KP Dhungana datelined Kathmandu has quoted unnamed sources in one instance: An official involved in the investigation.
The Kathmandu Post report headlined “RPP decides to extend support to Deuba govt” datelined Kathmandu has quoted unnamed sources in two instances. This report does not carry a byline. RPP is short for the Rastriya Prajatantra Party.
Republica report headlined “PM secures RPP support as he mulls cabinet reshuffle” datelined Kathmandu has quoted unnamed sources in five instances: A senior leaders in the ruling alliance, a Nepali Congress (NC) leader, sources, NC sources, and a senior leader of the NC. This report does not carry a byline.
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