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) - Defence Minister Pokhrel’s communication comes at a time when Kathmandu has been rejecting any role and engagement in the US-led comprehensive policy.

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - Workers demand has come from industrial, services, agriculture, plantation and construction sectors. 

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - The money will be spent on the Electricity Transmission and Transportation Project.

KATHAMNDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - Mustang apples are a brand of its own. But producing them on a commercial scale mandates an autonomous local government.

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - When workers come home in coffins, the least the country can do is show some respect.

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) – Prime Minister Oli wants to send senior leader Madhav Nepal to Delhi as his emissary, but no formal decision has been made yet.

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) – Young girls and women losing their precious lives to a deadly superstition is distressing.

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - The planned 400 kV transmission lines will boost the capacity of Nepal's power grid.

KATHAMNDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - Anupama Magar brushed aside Asiad bronze medalist Nargis of Pakistan 6-3 to clinch her first international gold.

KATHAMNDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - Several bodies of Nepali workers who died in foreign countries in the past have been carried in open vans, which families say adds pain to their grief.