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Gyanendra – doing the queen.

KATHMANDU: Nepal’s ousted King Gyanendra and his relatives must pay huge unpaid electricity bills within 15 days or lose the power supply to their homes, the Himalayan nation’s state utility said on Thursday.  full article here and even in Germany: Majestät … Continue reading

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It’s Dasain and Gyanendra shows up with pussy teaser.

Gyanendra used the Dashain festival to assure his subjects about his well-being, the progress he has made with his memoirs and also a quite successful Botox treatment to date. As a matter of fact he underwent, strictly according to Hindu … Continue reading

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PM Dahal’s promise to Nepalis: “You shall stay in the backwaters.”

Of course he wrung his speech through the verbal sanitizer before and actually put it in these words: “History begins anew in Nepal.” That sounds like a threat to continue biz as usual and you bet he will. David Sassoon … Continue reading

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Nepal romp: decadent royal loving, sort of.

Ah, how sensual it was back then. Take yourselves on a trip back in time to the most sensual and decadent of all civilisations and partake in the extraordinary physical pleasures of ancient Rome. The sex splurging Shahs (and Ranas … Continue reading

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The World’s Richest Royals – Shucks, Gyanni doesn’t cut it.

The capitalist tool Forbes magazine lists the richest royal bimbos in an article. Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej tops the list with a, well, Warren Buffet might be yawning, still cool 35 billion peanuts. Gyanni baby is mentioned, unfortunately, with no figure … Continue reading

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Taking a leak

The congratulation ceremony for Prez Yadav took a little longer. Foreign diplomats queuing up to take a leak at Sital Niwas. There were animalistic screams heard in his forest retreat when former king Gyanendra saw these pictures on TV. It … Continue reading

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Guerrilla politics

Jul 24th 2008 | KATHMANDU From The Economist print edition The Maoists learn that not all power grows from the barrel of a gun IT HELD elections in April. But Nepal is still without a government. On July 23rd, however, it did … Continue reading

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