Stories Tagged 'Journalism'
Looking forward to a safer year for journalists full story »
Having always lived abroad for most of his life, Akash Nath Pyakuryal returned to Kathmandu in 2015,raring to do something on his own. However, having graduated with a degree in journalism from Australia, starting a business was not on his list of things to do, but he got pulled into his.full story »
Shradha Ghale is a name familiar to non-fiction readers, as her journalism has appeared in many newspapers and periodicals in Nepal and India. full story »
Basanta Basnet’s journalism career began while he was still in school in Panchthar, writing for a weekly paper called Rabi and the Panchthar Sandesh. With ambitionsof becoming a writer, he would publish short stories but also do interviews. Since those early days, Basnet has come a long way, working as a journalist and political analyst for Kantipur and now for Nepal magazine.full story »
In February, the New York Times published an article on how the ‘Trump Gag Rule threatens women’s lives in Nepal’. I came across the article when it was shared by the writer, Subina Shrestha, on her Twitter account. The article was also shared by some other well-known journalists. full story »
A study has suggested that universities that have the journalism curricula should take institutional measures to make existing syllabus dynamic and practical oriented.full story »