Anonymous sources in newspapers of September 25
South Asia Check / October 17, 2017
Annapurna Post report headlined “Sanjaya irritates court staffers” by Sridhar Khanal datelined Kathmandu has quoted unnamed source in one instance: Court staffers.
Annapurna Post report headlined “Parliamentarians aim to win benefits ‘through deception'” by Narendra Saud datelined Kathmandu has quoted unnamed sources in three instances: A source in two instances a source at the Ministry of Finance.
Nagarik report headlined “Dispute between tourism minister and joint secretary” by Susheel Bhattarai datelined Kathmandu has quoted unnamed sources in three instances: A highly placed source at the ministry of tourism and a source in two instances.
The Kathmandu Post report headlined “Govt asks irrelevant questions to fire Gautam” by Rupak D Sharma datelined Kathmandu has quoted unnamed sources in eight instances: Sources in three instances, a source, aviation experts, reliable sources, multiple sources and at least two sources.
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