Wednesday, June 23, 2010

RE: About the Article in Kantipur

June 17, 2010

To: Dipak Bastakoti
Subject: RE: About the Article in Kantipur


I am thankful to you for your solidarity.

Complaining can be done in accordance with prevailing Nepal law and the law at the moment is heavily lopsided in favor of those indulging in yellow journalism. Other types of pressure will be more effective.

In his latest email the editor of Kantipur has sought a meeting with me to discuss the matter. When I meet him I will tell him to stop this type of journalism and explain to him that it will erode credibility of his publication. I know him to be a decent guy.

Yes, Dipakjee I am staying on in this country to ensure that no harm is done to our motherland. I will definitely continue to do so.

With best regards,


Ratna Sansar Shrestha, fca
Senior Water Resource Analyst

From: Dipak Bastakoti []
Sent: Tuesday, June 15, 2010 14:44
To: Ratna Sansar Shrestha
Subject: RE: About the Article in Kantipur

Ratna Sansar sir,
I am very much pleased with your reply. There is nothing of curse to be an expert // the corrupt society, human ambitions to earn lot of money and be rich ( as westerner teach )  and corrupt press try to prove it only.. I always inspired by those who are living in Nepal and serving with their best that is why i just thought to write as " I heard some TV interview with you and read some articles related." make me inspired and request to go against Kantipur on the assasination of your career !!
I am still thinking that you must complain this to government offices at least ( CDO ) to raise the voice against these "yellow" people and will have written documents against the wrong article... Editor may have to go to CDO office to clarify, it should give them more pressure to do good for other people ( what you think ? )

I also read the reply of Kantipur and they are feeling something from the article and they may rethink for the next time to other figures,,, and your stand with Editor is good so they are accepting it !

I will keep in touch ! Do your best for Nepal ! I wish you all the best,

Dipak Bastakoti

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