Nepali Reporters Take Democracy Fight to Cyberspace

By Terry Friel (Reuters, 24 March 2005) New Delhi- Journalists in Nepal, one of the world’s poorest and most backward nations, are going hi-tech to sidestep tight censorship imposed after last month’s royal coup. Outspoken Web logs, or blogs, are springing up and being widely quoted and linked to in the ‘blogosphere’ – the mushroomingContinue reading “Nepali Reporters Take Democracy Fight to Cyberspace”

Journalist Sudheer Sharma: Exclusives Never End

Sudheer Sharma, one of the most authoritative figures in Nepalese journalism has come up with a cover story in Nepal Magazine that has made people believe that Dr Baburam Bhattarai has in fact been expelled from the Maoist Party. In this pic taken by Wagle, Sudheer is in his office chamber with the latest issueContinue reading “Journalist Sudheer Sharma: Exclusives Never End”

Cancelled & Tainted: Everest Expedition & Modi Visa

By Dinesh Wagle on March 19th, 2005 in Wagle Street Journal Going through today’s Hindustan Times was a kind of shocking experience for me. The front page was dominated with the big news of the day that shocked entire India: Gujrat riot cost US visa for Narendra Modi. Well, that wasnâ t new news forContinue reading “Cancelled & Tainted: Everest Expedition & Modi Visa”

New Royalist Party Formed While Nepal Is Under Emergency

By Tilak on March 13th, 2005 in Reader’s Vision While the country is in a difficult political situation, and political parties unable to hold programs freely, a new party has arrived. Former Prime Minister Surya Bahadur Thapa has come up with yet another party called Rastriya Jana Shakti Party. He founded Rastriya Prajantra Party inContinue reading “New Royalist Party Formed While Nepal Is Under Emergency”

Interview Of Nepalese Blogger In ‘Media Action’

Media Action, an electronic news and information magazine of WACC or World Association for Christian Communication, interviews Dinesh Wagle, co-founder of United We Blog!. Dinesh Wagle, editor of ‘United We Blog! For a Free and Democratic Nepal’ who boldly and openly challenges the restrictions under his own name, and the RFN Blogger, anonymous editor ofContinue reading “Interview Of Nepalese Blogger In ‘Media Action’”