The Kathmandu Post (Nepal)

Established in Feb 1993, the Kathmandu Post is Nepal’s first privately owned English broadsheet daily and it’s leading English language newspaper. The daily circulation of 82,000 copies makes the Post Nepal’s second-most widely circulated newspaper.

The Kathmandu Post is considered one of the most reliable publications for news, opinion and original content. It is a 16-page broadsheet that covers a wide variety of news, views and analyses and includes the Money section, a daily four-page pullout dedicated exclusively to business news. The newspaper’s Op-Ed section, which is widely followed, features columns by some of Nepal’s leading intellectuals, writers and experts from various sectors.

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) – The annual festival, which is celebrated by mostly Madhesi communities, concluded on Sunday.

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - Under a draft amendment currently at the National Assembly, the department will be able to spy on all foreign countries, institutions or groups that are deemed detrimental to national security.

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) – Nepal needs to develop national guidelines to tackle pneumonia.

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) – Prosperity, upliftment and our very survival depend on how quickly our society recognises the pace at which climate change is occurring.

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) – Under a draft amendment currently at the National Assembly, the department will be able to spy on all foreign countries, institutions or groups that are deemed detrimental to national security.

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - The two countries have signed a pact on research collaboration in the farm sector.

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - Hope remains that Nepal can somehow manage to host the South Asian Games successfully.

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - The NRNs collectively share a great interest in politics back home with an aim to hobnob with the politicians.

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - Of the total deaths of under-five children, 30 percent died of pneumonia in Nepal, which is two-fold of World Health Organisation’s estimations.

KATHMANDU (The Kathmandu Post/ANN) - With the Indian economy slowing and the Indian rupee falling, Nepal could face increasing pressure on its foreign exchange reserves.