Kantipur is a Nepali language daily newspaper, published from Kathmandu, Biratnagar, Nepalgunj, and Bharatpur of Nepal simultaneously. Kantipur's publishers report that the circulation of this newspaper is just above 250,000 copies per day. It is regarded as one of the most widely read newspaper in Nepal, as well as a good source of information of homeland for Nepali diaspora. The newspaper which began publishing on 7th Falgun, 2047 B.S.

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  • Kantipur is a Nepali language daily newspaper, published from Kathmandu, Biratnagar, Nepalgunj, and Bharatpur of Nepal simultaneously. Kantipur's publishers report that the circulation of this newspaper is just above 250,000 copies per day. It is regarded as one of the most widely read newspaper in Nepal, as well as a good source of information of homeland for Nepali diaspora. The newspaper which began publishing on 7th Falgun, 2047 B.S. along with its sister publication "The Kathmandu Post" is often credited for taking lead in institutionalizing free press and professional journalism in the country. Kantipur has been praised for its stance towards multi-party democracy and press freedom in Nepal but also has faced government scrutiny and repression. After publishing then rebel leader Babu Ram Bhattarai's article on Royal Massacre, government arrested then editor Yuvraj Ghimire and other management team members. In June 2010, Kantipur accused the Indian Embassy of interfering with its coverage by punitively withdrawing advertisements from the company and delaying shipments of newsprint from India intentionally. Sudhir Sharma is the current editor of the newspaper. Kantipur also publishes three supplements, on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays called Shukrabar, Kosheli and Kopila, Shukrabar is targeted mainly towards youth with articles on gadgets, fashion and trends, Kosheli is a variety, while Kopila's targeted towards kids with puzzles, arts, stories, etc. It is owned by Kantipur Publications Pvt. Ltd.. The same company owns the following media outfits as well: Kantipur Television Network (KTV) Kantipur FM 96.1, A FM radio, transmitted over the mid and eastern Nepal eKantipur. com, A Webportal Various Newspapers and magazines in Nepali: Nari (नारी), Nepal Weekly (नेपाल), Saptahik (साप्ताहिक).
  • Kantipur – en népalais : कान्तिपुर –, est un journal quotidien en langue népalaise, publié à Katmandou par le groupe de presse et de médias Kantipur Publications Pvt. Ltd. , auquel il a donné son nom. Ce quotidien, le plus lu au Népal, a un tirage estimé à exemplaires. Il a été lancé en février 1993, en même temps que The Kathmandu Post, moins de trois ans après l'instauration d'un régime parlementaire multipartiste au Népal.
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  • Logo of The Daily Kantipur
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  • In 1993 by Shyam Goenka
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  • Kantipur Publications
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  • Kailash Sirohiya
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  • Kantipur is a Nepali language daily newspaper, published from Kathmandu, Biratnagar, Nepalgunj, and Bharatpur of Nepal simultaneously. Kantipur's publishers report that the circulation of this newspaper is just above 250,000 copies per day. It is regarded as one of the most widely read newspaper in Nepal, as well as a good source of information of homeland for Nepali diaspora. The newspaper which began publishing on 7th Falgun, 2047 B.S.
  • Kantipur – en népalais : कान्तिपुर –, est un journal quotidien en langue népalaise, publié à Katmandou par le groupe de presse et de médias Kantipur Publications Pvt. Ltd. , auquel il a donné son nom. Ce quotidien, le plus lu au Népal, a un tirage estimé à exemplaires. Il a été lancé en février 1993, en même temps que The Kathmandu Post, moins de trois ans après l'instauration d'un régime parlementaire multipartiste au Népal.
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  • Kantipur
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