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The Himalayan Times
Front page of The Himalayan Times on 2 February 2017
|Publisher||International Media Network Ltd.|
|Founded||23 November 2001|
|Circulation||45,000 (as of 2017)|
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The Himalayan Times is an English-language broadsheet newspaper published by International Media Network Nepal Ltd and distributed daily in Nepal. The Times has been described as the newspaper of record for Nepal.
The paper was founded on November 23, 2001 and has been the highest circulation English-language daily since its launch with an estimated daily circulation of 45,000 in 2017. The website is ranked as one of the most-visited websites in the country.
The broadsheet format was adopted from its inception, using a combination of staff-authored articles and syndicated news reports from wire agencies including the Associated Press. The editorial staff is led by editor Prakash Rimal.
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