Stories By 'The Kathmandu Post Editors'
We categorically deny any and all allegations of corruption that Kobold has levelled at the Post and, unlike him, we stand by each and every single reporting till date.
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The Post stands by its reporting. Here is our response to the Medium post by Traveller Assist’s managing director.
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Following an investigation by the Post on decades of sexual abuse by a Maths teacher at Lalitpur Madhyamik Vidhyalaya, dozens of former students have reached out with stories of molestation by other teachers. The following testimonials are from former students, currently living in Nepal and abroad, collected by an alumni group.
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Tangled in a series of ironies and contradictions, promises this year have simultaneously been broken and kept. For every swing forward on a promise, the government’s pendulum of change has swung back, revealing glaring chasms between progress and derailment.
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The Kathmandu Post is seeking to bring together voices of Nepalis from around the world.
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The Kathmandu Post would like to respond to Mr. Michael Kobold’s recent posts on Facebook and Instagram that call attention to the Post’s reporting and accuse its editors of being corrupt.
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