Editor of Nepal’s largest selling and widely circulated Nepali-language newspaper, Kantipur. He is also an author whose latest work ‘Palpasa Café’ has become one of the best selling novels of Nepal.
His hobbies include script-writing, and reviewing movies.
|Kanak Mani Dixit
Editor of Himal magazine, which is Nepal based, one of the most respected South Asian news magazine. Magazine is available in Nepali and English. He is also one of the fighters for Nepal’s future.
|Durga Nath Sharma
Durga started his media courier as a news reader. His news program `Gatana ra Bichar’, acclaimed news programming in Nepal Television, brought him some good fame. He is the General Manager of Nepal Television, and a well known figure in Nepal’s news and media arena. Durga has conducted many interviews with prominent figures like Nepali King and Nepali celebrities.
|Bhaskar Raj Rajkarnikar
A businessmen who heads one of the busiest advertising companies in Nepal, Avenues Nepal, also the President of Nepalese Association of Advertising Agencies and a popular MC (Presenter) of Radio, TV and Shows.
A senior journalist of Nepal, who once worked with BBC as a news reporter. Currently he is the editor and publisher of English language news magazines Nepali Times and Himal. Kunda is the head of a none profit news organization known by the name PANOS South Asia, which works toward supporting media and promoting conditions for greater freedom of expression.
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Lok Deep Thapa – the editor of Rising Nepal, English daily newspaper, Uddhab Upadhaya – editor of Gorkhapatra, Nepali daily newspaper, Kishor K.C – a news reporter. Run by the Government of Nepal, these folks do what they can to present Nepali news to the public without being beaten by the Nepali Government. Most journalists in Nepal agree that working in a Government-run news media provides for lesser freedom of speech / reporting than private-run media.
A Nepali journalist and a story writer, who is the editor of peacejournalism.com, also contributes to peacewomen.org, newsblaze.com, nepalnews.com and other news and media publications. Her stories are often of disarmament, conflict resolution, nonviolence sanctions, conflicts and crises. She writes on Anti war, Women, Terrorism, Democracy, and Development issues.
Editor of the leading weekly news magazine Samaya. Yubaraj had worked as an Associate Editor for the Indian daily newspaper, The Indian Express, and as a producer for BBC’s Nepali Radio Program.
CNN’s correspondent for Nepal, India, and South Asian Countries
Satinder lands in this TINY country only when a BIG news breaks here.
Otherwise, you can find him in other BIG countries.
Big commercial news media often seem to be looking out for Big countries or Big news to cash in, and Nepal is their rare opportunity.
BBC’s reporter from Nepal
Satinder and Daniel have something in common… they love Nepali Food (DalBhat and Tarkari, well, we think so!)
They Fly in a lavish plane comfortably resting and eating, while a heart-breaking news breaks in Nepal. When they arrive, news has already become a story. So, both of them have been asked by Nepalese to stay in Nepal and cover news from beginning to the end, but not just the bits and pieces of a story.
Gopal writes for Reuters, a news organization that offers its products to other media.
You can find Reuters materials in yahoo.com, boston.com, washingtonpost.com, abcnews.com, and other various sites.
|Binaj Gurub Acharya
Binaj, who is also associated with the Kathmandu Post (a daily newspaper), writes for the Associated Press (AP), another news organization.
Both of these guys love to use the words.. Said He, Said She and make story a summary! and Here again…
both of them have been asked by our users to dwell deep into the news and forget about what AP or Reuters want!!