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Press evaluation:
Background:

Op-ed labors: It is a pity that some of the prominent namesin our industry get away with their jargons and diatribes, by Dharma Adhikari (rep 30/07/2014)

Dil Shova debacle: ‘Nagarik violated code’ (kp 25/07/2014)

TRN Innings Nears 50th Year, by P. Kharel (rn 16/12/2013)

Amid worries, editors say future of print media lies in its content (kp 29/10/2013)

The Kathmandu Post gets new look (kp 24/10/2013), Movers & Shakers hits stands today (kp 25/10/2013)

Kantipur, Post copies torched (kp 21/07/2013)

Utsarga threatens Rajdhani closure (kp 21/05/2013)

Death hoax: Digital versus print, by Arun Rai (rep 11/05/2013)

Govt forms committee to recommend online media regulations (nn 11/05/2013), Govt to regulate online journalism (ht 12/05/2013)

Bhojpur newspaper office ransacked (kp 25/04/2013)

Women launch new newspaper in Banke (ht 09/03/2013)

Education news coverage: Central region leading all others, says study (ht 04/03/2013)

Kantipur to do all it can to uphold democratic norms (kp 19/02/2013)

Himal Southasian gets new format (kp 09/02/2013)

Local media in Surkhet protest power cuts (nn 08/01/2013)

Falling together: A more powerful press would be good for democracy, but for that the industry needs greater transparency, by Gyanu Adhikari (kp 18/12/2012)

Saving print, by Kamal Dev Bhattarai (kp 24/11/2012)

Vandals attack Nigarani Daily (ht 02/07/2012)

Concerns as press freedom day is marked (kp 04/05/2012)

Nagarik regional editions from New Year (rep 04/04/2012)

Dixit, Pyakurel, Gautam demand PM's view on Lalrakshyak threat (rep 07/02/2012)

Kantipur hit by plagiarism scandal after staff writer is found to have copied articles from NYT (nn 06/02/2012)

More the merrier (rep 10/01/2012)

Paper craft, by Prem Khanal (rep 19/12/2011)

Distorted Draft Of History, by P. Kharel (rn 07/11/2011)

Meta-Media Inc, by Dharma Adhikari (rep 26/10/2011)

Wake-up Call For Grand Old Media, by By P. Kharel (rn 24/10/2011)

A deafening silence: Despite the talk about inclusion, Dalit issues rarely make the news, by Rudra Charmakar (kp 08/07/2011)

MJF-N activists torch Kantipur copies (kp 11/05/2011), FNJ blows whistle on torching of Kantipur copies (kp 12/05/2011)

Reforms In Gorkhapatra: Market-based Instruments Can Be Used, by Mukti Rijal (rn 10/05/2011)

Shukrabar hits newsstands (rep 15/04/2011)

Right to information & Nepali press, by Yek Raj Pathak (rep 11/04/2011)

Pressing Issues Of The Press, by P. Kharel (rn 04/04/2011)

PM asks authorities to set editor's qualifications (rep 19/03/2011)

Maoists halt Janadisha publication (rep 16/03/2011)

Language basics: Simplifying the English language made it a global medium; Nepal should do the same to strengthen national unity, by Murari Sharma (kp 15/03/2011)

Party journalism: Kantipur FNJ files plaint against UML mouthpiece (kp 01/03/2011)

Madhuparka: Going on 500, by Bibek Bhandari (rep 25/02/2011)

Kantipur Publications comes of age, literally (kp 20/02/2011)

THT numero uno, Annapurna Post second: Ads placed in THT are more likely to be read than in any other English daily, by Makarand Chaurey (ht 08/02/2011), Media survey finds Nepal’s youth lead the readership pack, by Makarand Chaurey (ht 11/02/2011)

Future of news-on-papers, by Ujjwal Acharya (rep 29/12/2010)

’Himalayas Nepal’ to be available in London stores (nn 10/12/2010)

Nepali press most vulnerable: WAPC (ht 26/10/2010)

Post campaign gets tidy response (kp 27/09/2010)

Daily Diet Of News - And Views, by P. Kharel (rn 23/08/2010)

Following the paper trail: In India vs Kantipur in June, the truth was never  adequately explained to readers, by C.K. Lal (nt 06/08/2010)

Maoist cadres ‘attack’ Dhangadhi daily office, by Mohan Budair (kp 06/07/2010)

Youth Force tries to muzzle Jhapa daily (kp 06/07/2010)

The year of print: The print media may be under the hammer in the developed world, but here in Nepal it's live and kicking, by CK Lal (nt 02/04/2010)

Kantipur celebrates 17th Anniversary (kp 18/02/2010)

News that stays news: The print media can capitalise on the falling ratings for television in power-hungry Nepal, by CK Lal (nt 19/02/2010)

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