How blogging cost a Nepali reporter his job

30 July 2007

When Krishna Dhungana, a reporter with the Nepali tabloid Naya Patrika began blogging for mysansar.com, he thought he would get on to the platform of personal publishing that has captivated millions around the world. Till…

Till he wrote a piece called “Constituent Assembly and White Wine.”

Dhungana was fired, and a colleague told him that the editor Krishna Jwala Devkota blamed his newfound interest: “He was very good reporter when he joined here. Later, he focused on blog than news. So, he was not been able to contribute front page articles.”

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One Response to “How blogging cost a Nepali reporter his job”

  1. AJIT MISHRA Says:

    I WANT T0 MAKE A GOOD PRESS REPORTER.


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