Loss of a critical voice

“You never know what’s in store in the future. I could get killed, or I could live a normal life,” Yameen Rasheed told me as we were walking around the Islamic Center in Male’, the capital of the Maldives. It was a bright sunny day in 2016. We had just had a nice lunch in […]

A Teacher of His Own League

I’m retired but not tired. Prof. P. Kharel Professor of Journalism and Mass Communication P. Kharel retired from the Tribhuvan University recently. A teacher of his own league, I was among those fortunates to get opportunities to learn from him. During our college days, we had to muster enough courage to face him as he was considered […]

Journalism always has a future

Last year, I attended Kiplinger Program in Public Affairs Journalism at the Ohio State University learning and honing my digital journalism skills. Not only the course, the program was fantastic as I got to know a few brilliant people there. One of them is Manuel Moreno, from Spain. We became more brothers than friends and […]

Summer Love, read & enjoy!

Do you love reading Chetan Bhagat? Or love stories? Ever wanted to read something similar in Nepali? If your answers are yes, Summer Love by Subin Bhattarai is definitely a must-read. The newest publication from FinePrint Inc is purely for a joyous reading, something you may want to take with you while you are traveling; […]