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Subina Shrestha
Filmmaker, journalist, wife, mother. Harvard Nieman fellow 2017. All tweets are personal. RTs are not endorsements.
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Adam Bienkov Nov 13
When you're an award-winning investigative journalist who has broken some of the biggest political stories of the past year, but also happen to be a woman.
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Subina Shrestha Nov 8
Replying to @Robert_Socha
In extraordinary times, there needs to be extraordinary measures and if it means not following click baits or ratings, media houses will have to do it. Let the man be without what he loves most.
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Robert Socha Nov 7
Replying to @ShresthaSubina
Good point, Subina. But what would the media do without ratings he brings? Key question is whether we are in the ad/clicks business or whether we are actually journalists.
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Subina Shrestha Nov 7
America falling apart.
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Subina Shrestha Nov 7
Perhaps the best thing is for the press to not cover the White House at all for a while. What would the president do without the attention?
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Andrew RC Marshall Nov 7
An iconic, almost painterly photo by : A White House staff member reaches for the microphone held by CNN’s Jim Acosta as a snarling President Donald Trump accuses him of ‘fake news’.
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Subina Shrestha Nov 7
Shraddha Ghale's book 'The Wayward Daughter' comes highly recommended. I finished it in two sleepless jetlagged nights. Here's 's review
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Subina Shrestha Nov 7
Let there be light! Happy Tihar and Diwali. Nhudaya bhintuna.
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Subina Shrestha Nov 6
Rock a sari!
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Manjushree Thapa Nov 4
Unlike so many of Nepal’s current political leaders, who fought bravely to bring democracy but then baulked when it came to expanding democratic rights, Padma Ratna Tuladhar believed in cultural rights, civil rights, and human rights. I’m sorry to hear of his passing.
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Subina Shrestha Nov 4
Deepest condolences to Padma Ratna Tuladhar’s family. A big loss to Nepal.
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Subina Shrestha Nov 2
Such a painful read. I’m so sorry . Much power to you.
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Subina Shrestha Nov 2
Replying to @sajana1988
Artificial intelligence
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Subina Shrestha Nov 2
Girls/ Ladies, want to learn more about AI? Looks like an excellent opportunity.
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Subina Shrestha Oct 26
What on earth just happened in Sri Lanka?
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Subina Shrestha Oct 26
Sharing with you my facebook post at the time when the results were out.
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Al Jazeera English Oct 25
A photo of a shirtless protester in Gaza has drawn comparisons with an iconic French Revolution painting of Liberty Leading the People, by Eugene Delacroix.
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Subina Shrestha Oct 25
A 'rape of men's rights?' After two women accuse Minster of state 3, Keshav Staphit of harassment, this is his response? What 'rights' is he referring to? The right to harass? And 'rape'? Ah, the entitled world of powerful men in a .
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