Nepal | December 06, 2019

Shrestha wins National Investigative Journalism Fellowship Award

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Nagariknews reporter Sabita Shrestha receives National Investigative Journalism Fellowship award from the US Ambassador to Nepal Randy Berry in Kathmandu, on Tuesday, October 01, 2019. Courtesy: Sudhir Mahat

KATHMANDU: Sabita Shrestha, Chitwan district reporter of Nagarik News, has bagged the National Investigative Journalism Fellowship Award, on Tuesday.

Issuing a press statement today, Sharecast Initiative Nepal said, Shrestha has been rewarded for her investigative reporting on local level government’s struggle in formulating laws.

US Ambassador to Nepal Randy Berry awarded Shrestha with Rs 200,000 and a certificate amid a special programme at the Himalaya Hotel in Lalitpur today.

Sharecast Initiative Nepal in collaboration with the US Embassy has been awarding the National Investigative Journalism Fellowship Award to investigative journalists since last year.

Journalists pose for a portrait with US Ambassador to Nepal Randy Berry (centre) after receiving various awards in Kathmandu, on Tuesday, October 01, 2019. Courtesy: Sudhir Mahat


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