The Himalayan Times

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The Himalayan Times
Front page of The Himalayan Times on 02 February 2017
TypeDaily newspaper
Owner(s)International Media Network Nepal Pvt. Ltd.
FoundedNovember 23, 2001; 17 years ago (2001-11-23)[1]
HeadquartersAnamnagar, Kathmandu,
Circulation250000/per day

The Himalayan Times is an English-language newspaper distributed in Nepal, published by International Media Network Nepal Pvt. Ltd. It is a recent entry into the Nepalese newspaper market. The online version of the newspaper is also popular in Nepal and ranked as one of the most-visited websites in the country. Nepal has been improving the news portal through this newspaper.[2]

The Himalayan Times is the highest-selling English broadsheet in Nepal.[citation needed] It has also been credited with putting the murderer Charles Sobhraj behind bars by publishing his picture in a tourist hub of Kathmandu.[citation needed]

The Himalayan Times includes additional external pages like "Travel and Lifestyle", "Perspectives", and "TGIF". It has been extending its portal in some part of India.


  1. ^ "The Himalayan Times turns 16". The Himalayan Times. Retrieved 3 February 2017.
  2. ^ "Top Websites in Nepal".

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