•      Thu Nov 30 2023
38 percent journalists work without appointments in Nepal

Thirty-eight percent of working journalists are at work without appointment letter, a study report shows. According to the study of Minimum Wages Fixation Committee, appointment letter is still the issue of many journalists working in Nepali media enterprises. The study incorporated 311 working journalists: 241 male, 69 female and one

FNJ appeals for journalist Bohara

Kathmandu, Oct 15 : The Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ) has appealed for financial assistance for the medical treatment of

FNJ demands reinstatement of three Radio Nepal journalists

Kathmandu, Oct 1 : Federation of Nepali Journalists (FNJ) – an umbrella organization of journalists of Nepal – has demanded

Saudi crown prince denies ordering journalist’s murder

NEW YORK, Sept 30 (AP) — Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman said in a television interview that he takes

Freedom Forum urges to investigate death of journalist Pudasaini

Kathmandu: Freedom Forum has been alarmed over the death of journalist Shalikram Pudashaini in a hotel of Narayangadh city in