CARACAS – US President Donald Trump has labeled news outlets the “enemy of the people.” Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has called journalists “putrid” and “immoral,” and accused them of mounting “sensationalist attacks” against him. Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (known as AMLO) has labeled them “nobodies, conservatives, know-it-alls, hypocrites,” as well as “fifí” (bourgeois, pretentious) and “chayoteros” (a term implying that they take bribes).
Many of us have tons of unused newspapers and papers lying in our storerooms—considered useless trash. Nonetheless, artists are turning waste papers and newspapers into attractive artwork. Artist Sandhya Silwal is no exception. She has cut out Lokta paper and newspapers into intricate details on her latest solo exhibition.
The 8th of March is a celebrated and important day for all the women. It is the International Women’s Day. You probably know about Women’s Day and might have learnt about it watching TV, reading newspapers or by observing a rally in your way to work. Conversely, did you know ‘International Men’s Day’ was observed this week?
Wrapping food items in the newspaper is bad for your health as its ink has multiple bioactive materials with known negative health effects, the Food, Safety and Standard Authority of India (FSSAI) said on Friday.
Jun Young Cha, chairman of The Segye Times, a South Korean national daily, is in Nepal on a visit. Jun, who has a master's degree in digital media communications, talked to Republica about the changing media landscape in South Korea. Excerpt of the interview: