The Kathmandu Post (Nepal)
Established in Feb 1993, the Kathmandu Post is Nepal’s first privately owned English broadsheet daily and it’s leading English language newspaper. The daily circulation of 82,000 copies makes the Post Nepal’s second-most widely circulated newspaper.
The Kathmandu Post is considered one of the most reliable publications for news, opinion and original content. It is a 16-page broadsheet that covers a wide variety of news, views and analyses and includes the Money section, a daily four-page pullout dedicated exclusively to business news. The newspaper’s Op-Ed section, which is widely followed, features columns by some of Nepal’s leading intellectuals, writers and experts from various sectors.
KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - The meeting concluded with agreements on implementation and financing modality of the 135 kilometre-long, 400 kV transmission line and formalisation of an energy banking mechanism between the two South Asian neighbours.
KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - The Himalayan nation can learn a few lessons and develop its own narrative of development.
KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - Although the trail is not technically dangerous, the increase in the number of trekkers prompted police to take precautionary measures.
KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - In a decade as captain, Khadka led the national team from minor cricket leagues to the One-Day International status.
KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - In English, the ‘you’ applies to all and has no connotation with respect, but in Nepali, there are at least five words that can be used as the second person pronoun.
KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - After suffering under the Cultural Revolution, the 1970 visit to Nepal was the first foreign test for Chinese table tennis players.
KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - China understands that its ambition to be the global superpower will not be easily achieved without taking its immediate neighbours into confidence.
KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - Parents’ group says the government should not foist the language course on children.
KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN)- Analysts believe that a strategic partnership has security and military components but caution against a hasty interpretation.