Twitter.com is a micro-blogging platform where people can share their 140 character long messages. Politicians, celebrities, and businesses use Twitter to update their followers about the latest happenings. Newspapers usually post the headlines and links to the articles. General users use it as a tool to keep themselves updated on the topics of their interest. In addition to following, they also use it as a chat and discussion forum.
What surprised me most of Kantipur is their "official" Twitter page. What was the need to lock it?
I can understand general peo
ple locking their Twitter account. They want to make a close circle and don’t want their posts to be shared out of their community. But, what is the secret within Kantipur community? I thought newspapers are transparent and they write for the mass. May be, Kantipur’s journalism is different.
Shall I send the "follow request" ?
It is worth noting that, in the last few weeks, Kantipur started to publish random and personal twitter posts in its Friday special section. They even tried to act as "moral police" and called one of the Twitter user’s boss to complain about the twits he was posting.
But on Friday, a question was raised on the validity of the story when Baniya requested Kathmandu Police to find out the number of Poudel. Baniya told that the number was deleted from her mobile.
The photo on the newspaper itself was a fake. Anuja is the one on the left whereas the photo on the right is that of her friend Mamata Adhikari
Kumar Baniya, cousin of Anuja, told that he couldn’t believe the story of Anuja finding money and returning it.The PresidentÂ´s Office had also asked Morang Chief District Officer to cross-check to find out the truth behind the incident.
The Morang’s CDO has transferred the responsibility to Sunsari’s CDO Ram Prasad Thapaliya saying the matter did not fall under his jurisdiction.
Baniya claimed that she indeed found the bag and returned it to its owner. She has appealed Poudel to come in front of public.
Poudel is said to have withdrawn the sum from IME, Itahari, and traveled to Dharan to purchase land for his daughter. However, IME ItahariÂ´s manager Darshan Shrestha, said that nobody had withdrawn that much money from the branch since April 2.
UPDATE: Kantipur has told that the news was incorrect and has apologized for the mistake
The Indian spiritual leader Sathya Sai Baba has passed away.
After complications related to heart and respiration, Sai Baba was hospitalized on March 28. He didn’t recover and passed away on Sunday morning at 6:25 am.
Sathya Sai Central Trust, in a media conference held at 11:00 am, has announced that the body will be kept in display in Sai Kulwant Hall on Monday and Tuesday, before performing the final rituals.
The 85-year-old spiritual leader was considered an incarnation of God by many of his followers. Before the final announcement a minister Geeta Reddy and other senior government officials held a conference. The state government has deployed more than 6,000 police
to the town for security of the general people and VIPs.