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From the Kathmandu Press: Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Almost all broadsheet dailies published in Kathmandu on Wednesday have published on their front pages reports on the latest political developments in the country. Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba is reportedly in the mood to tender his resignation today, and the UML and the Maoist Centre, allies of the Left Alliance, are expected to make […]

From the Kathmandu Press (Wednesday, May 25)

Most broadsheet newspapers (both in Nepali and English) published in Kathmandu on Wednesday, May 25, 2016 have given prominence to the dispute within the ruling party, CPN-UML, over Chairman and Prime Minister KP Oli’s handling of the party organisation. Important Madhav Nepal, JN Khanal team up against Oli Naya Patrika, Annapurna Post and Nagarik  have […]

From the Kathmandu Press (Monday, May 23)

Most broadsheet dailies (both in Nepali and English) published in Kathmandu on Monday, May 23, 2016 have given prominence to reports on the government’s preparations to present its budget for the new fiscal, which is to begin in a month. According to constitutional provisions, the government now has just five days to table the budget […]

From the Kathmandu Press (Sunday, May 22)

Most broadsheet newspapers (both in Nepali and English) published in Kathmandu on Sunday, May 22, 2016 have given priority to the government’s preparations to table the new Fiscal Year’s budget. Important Budget likely to exceed Rs 1 trillion The Himalayan Times  in its lead story for the day says the government is preparing to present a budget […]

From the Kathmandu Press (Friday, May 13)

Almost all broadsheet dailies (in Nepali and English) have given prominence to reports on the launch of China’s first combined transport service to Nepal. They have also given considerable space to the government’s new five-year post-disaster needs framework. IMPORTANT China launches multi-modal transport to Nepal Naya Patrika, Rajdhani, Nagarik and Karobar have given prominent space to […]

From the Kathmandu Press (Thursday, May 12)

Most broadsheet dailies (in English and Nepali) published in Kathmandu on Thursday, May 12 have given prominent space to reports on Prime Minister KP Oli’s briefing the diplomatic corps in Kathmandu on recent developments in Nepal’s politics. Important  Oli briefs diplomatic corps in Kathmandu Republica, Naya Patrika, Annapurna Post, Rajdhani, Nepal Samacharpatra  and Gorkhapatra have reports on […]