Anonymous sources in newspapers of July 11
South Asia Check / July 12, 2016
Nagarik report headlined “Unable to import Chinese petrol, government turns toward coal” by Dilip Paudel datelined Kathmandu has quoted four unnamed sources: Nepal Oil Corporation’s former managing director, a Nepal Oil Corporation source, an official from the Ministry of Supplies, and another source from the same ministry.
Kantipur report headlined “Maoist party demands government leadership” by Durga Khanal datelined Kathmandu has quoted an unnamed source.
Annapurna Post report headlined “Oli, Dahal have heated exchange” by Balkumar Nepal datelined Kathmandu has quoted an unnamed source.
Republica report headlined “MPs influencing parliamentary decisions in clear conflict of interest” by Ashok Dahal datelined Kathmandu has quoted an unnamed committee member.
The Himalayan Times report headlined “PM gradually implementing deal struck with CPN-MC?” datelined Kathmandu has quoted an unnamed minister. It has no byline.
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