journalists

“I may not be alive by the time I am evacuated”

Steven Butler describes it as “mass panic.” As the Taliban seized control of Afghanistan, CPJ’s Asia program coordinator has been fielding “hundreds...

From the frontlines of Nepal’s war

Twenty-five years after the Maoist insurgency started on 13 February 1996, journalists who covered that war remember their own experiences reporting on the...

Nepal braces for new wave with vaccine drive

Even as Nepal completes the first phase of its Covid vaccine drive to inoculate frontline health workers and other high-risk groups, new hyper-spreading variants...

Sonia Awale

Journalists reflect on a year of crisis coverage

The first person infected with SARS-CoV-2 was in Wuhan as far back as December 2019, but it was not until late January...

Pratibha Tuladhar

Journalists reflect on a year of crisis coverage

The first person infected with SARS-CoV-2 was in Wuhan as far back as December 2019, but it was not until late January...

Pratibha Tuladhar

Staying positive to become negative

As part of my job as a journalist, I have interviewed many in the past months who were seriously sick with Covid-19. On all...

Staying positive to become negative

As part of my job as a journalist, I have interviewed many in the past months who were seriously sick with Covid-19. On all...

Pandemic stress grips Nepal’s journalists

Binaj Gurubacharya was in full protective gear, and stood apart from the crowd to observe riot police clash with protesters at the...

Nepal’s journalists are also on the frontlines

In the past week, two photojournalists and several reporters at a digital news portal have tested positive for SARS-CoV-2. The group Photo...

No freedom after expression

Prime Minister K P Oli spent 14 years in jail for opposing the Panchayat absolute monarchy. He was one of the main...

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