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NepaliPatra is one of the most popular and successful Nepali Newspapers in Europe and Australia. It is an independent, without any alignment to any political party. Special attention is always paid to keep this newspaper independent and neutral. The newspaper covers a wide range of issues including politics, UK, Australia and Europe’s community news, Nepal’s issues, interviews, literatures, children education, sports and entertainments. The UK edition was established in April 2006 and the Australian edition of the newspaper was started in 2009.

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It is the first weekly colour newspaper in a Nepali language published from the UK and distributed throughout Europe. There are over 30,000 readers from the UK, rest of the Europe, Afghanistan, and Iraq. This paper is also very popular within the Gurkha community. The newspaper covers a wide range of issues including politics, UK and Europe’s community news, Nepal’s issues, interviews, literatures, children education, sports and entertainments. Unlike a majority of weekly newspapers in Nepal, this actually covers materials for readers of all different type of tastes. On average one copy of NepaliPatra is read by four. In mid 2007, a group of successful businessmen have further invested in the company. Since then the newspaper has expanded rapidly. It now has a dedicated branch and editorial team in Nepal. It has then increased its subscribers substantially in the UK.

The recent estimated Nepalese population in the UK is 150,000 and this is increasing rapidly since the UK government decided to give citizenship to all ex-Gurkhas. There are about 3600 Nepalese personnel in the British Gurkha army at present and about 250 new recruits every year. Many Nepalese have also migrated to the UK on the highly skilled migration programme and there is a high Nepalese student population in the UK. The Nepalese are now present in all the different professions in the UK including medical, law, accountancy, business, education and hospitality. The estimated Nepalese in Europe except UK is around 15,000.

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