I was surprised when Kantipur published an article about a, so called Nepali, sex film actress. I am not sure if she is Nepali or not but in a video that I came across, she says that she is an Indian. See for yourself:
Girls like Maya Bazin (or Deepsikha, or whatever) don’t even tell their real names. Everybody knows, these girls can say anything that makes them special. They don’t have to show any proof of their sayings so they use their imagination to take advantage of the situation.
This girl Maya might have heard about Nepal, and she wanted to make herself special by telling she is a Nepali girl. She might also have been to Nepal for a vacation, where she learned few Nepali words (anybody in a hotel in Kathmandu can teach them). And, in another occasion, she forgot how to spell Nepal and took refuge to the easier word ‘India’ for her origination. One should be a fool to believe her and consider her an Indian or a Nepali without a much better proof!
Now, what proof does Kantipur has, to tell she is a Nepali? They have made it to the frontpage news (based on a sole interview of a pro) in the weekly publication without even cross checking the information.
Many websites are run by a single person, so they can’t do much research. But, media houses like Kantipur have a huge amount of people around to do extensive research before something is published. They need to cross-check every news and articles for the authenticity of the information to be published.
In my opinion, people at Kantipur know sex sells, but they have yet to realized the importance of research and the weight of information.
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