An award-winning Journalist from Nepal. His works have been appeared in Republica English daily . He has reported in the wide range of socio-political issues that range from Human Rights to Post Earthquake reconstruction to bureaucracy. Based in Kathmandu, he is a professional bilingual in Nepali and English.
He started his journalism career with the Nagarik daily in January 2011 as a staff writer and associated with its sister publication—Republica— since early 2016 to July 2017. Together in both the outlets, he has over 100 front-page bylines, most of which includes the extensive coverage on the historical-cultural aspects of Kathmandu, bagging the special recognition award from Kathmandu Metropolitan in January 2016—received from the Deputy Premier Kamal Thapa.
Other important coverage includes the discoveries from thousands years old Mustang’s man-made caves, ill-functioning of the INGOs supposed to work on Earthquake reliefs, post-war Truth and Reconciliation (TRC)/disappearance issues, among others. He was also a part of the teams that covered SAARC summit-2014, visits of Indian Premier Narendra Modi, President Pranab Mukherjee.
A digital journalism enthusiast, he is trained in Investigative News, Breaking News and Feature Writing.
Native of Syangja, Nepal, he grew up in Kathmandu. He loves trekking on which Renjo-La (5360m) is his major credit, so far. He is also a photographer and cook by passion.
He earned his under-graduation in Journalism and Mass communication from Tribhuvan University (TU) and he is currently doing his Masters in International Relations at Pondicherry University, India. Book him for a coffee, he makes really good.