Journalism that exploits, distorts, or exaggerates the news to create sensations and attract readers.
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NAYAPATRIKA does exactly the same thing. It started writing articles with some Maoist supporting issues when they were in the government. At present, it writes about the made up stories about murderer’s love story (khayati kanda). Some days back, NAYAPATRIKA was publishing cheap interview of so –called dumb director of Nepali cinema, Gyanendra Deuja, who was insulting every Nepali heroines in the nepali industry. It had been making dons in the prison heros by quoting their innocence regularly.
Few days ago, it is once again writing about Namrata Shrestha’s sex- tape which was already released in the websites. It only did not write how she performed the oral sex with DJ tantric, also published the photos from the tape. It is really humiliating and not respecting her private life as she had neither accepted nor refused about the sex-tape. The journalist was reporting like the porn story in daily newspaper. This really proves how Nayapatrika is doing yellow journalism to sell itself in the market for the cheap popularity.
Even dcnepal.com is giving link to Namrata’s sex-tape. I would not be surprised if this website gives more links to visit porno in the future.
Let’s hope no more yellow journalism in Nepal and also in the US.