Nepal - Alerts
In an audio recording of a conversation, a police inspector can be heard ordering an attack on journalist Abadhes Kumar Jha.
Ram Prasad Dahal believes that he was sacked in 2005 because of his political beliefs and opposition to the absolute power held by the Nepali monarchy at the time.
Raj Kumar Gole said he received a death threat after publishing a story about exorbitant fees that private schools are imposing on parents in Kavre district.
Mithilesh Yadav was threatened by a police constable over a news report about ongoing criminal activities such as beatings, abductions and explosions in Lahan.
Santosh Gupta was found dead after travelling to Bihar, India to talk to someone about advertising at the Bindas FM
Broadcasters will have to pay two percent of their income or 10 percent of their net profit in royalties.
daily has been closed since supporters of the Unified Communist Party of Nepal (Maoist) vandalised its printing press, disabling the operating and vacuum system.
An unknown caller warned Arjun Bhattarai that he would be killed if he continued to carry out his journalistic work.
FNJ recorded more attacks on the press during the second and third days of the three-day nationwide shutdown.
FNJ condemns the government and the police administration who failed to prevent attacks on journalists and the vandalisation of press vehicles.
The Nepal Federation of Indigenous Nationalities recently threatened to boycott media outlets that negatively report on federalism.
With the 27 May 2012 deadline for the constitution promulgation fast approaching in the country, individuals in various regions have mounted pressure programs in a bid to have their demands addressed in the new constitution.
Rajendra Adhikari and Bandu Raj Parajuli were threatened by a member of a workers' union after reporting on a transportation syndicate.
Yadav Poudel died after succumbing to multiple injuries resulting from sharp weapons.
Umesh Mehta was threatened after reporting on a local citizen's attempt to influence voters by inviting them to a feast.
Sashi Bichitra believes the threats may be linked to his reports on organised smuggling in Sarlahi district.
Five journalists were beaten and verbally assaulted when they tried to cover a public event involving a religious figure.
Kanak Mani Dixit is one of three leading figures to be facing implicit death threats after being declared "People's Enemies" by the ruling Maoist party.
The smugglers detained the journalists for two hours and threatened to kill them if they reported on the smuggling and deforestation.
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Assailants broke into the office of the "Dristhi" paper and stole a hard disk containing all of the weekly's documents.