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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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Govt panel tables palace property report – item missing

We delight in quoting Kantipur: KATHMANDU, June 20 – “The panel which was assigned the job of auditing the former Narayanhiti palace’s properties and assets Friday tabled its report to the government.The panel’s coordinator Govinda Kusum said the 550 page … Continue reading

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Direndra Shah not dead?

Sure we admit we had a couple of shots of vodka/fig, some margharitas and some nice Pussy-Fussy Chateau de Clamme over the weekend and these usually don’t do any damage to our cranial wirings, but some news left us a … Continue reading

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King in final stages of leaving Narayanhiti main station

It’s all drawing to a close, it’s final. The last pieces of royal property are being transferred out. Gyanendra’s words seeing this were: ‘Josephine’. No, wait, that was Napoleon Bonaparte.

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Movers busy in Narayanhiti Palace

Movers here seen entering the private royal chambers of former King Gyanendra in Narayanhiti Palace. Sign board above royal portal says ‘Thou arst a mortal’ – in Nepali of course.

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Posh, posh, posh

The Royal Office at Narayanhiti Palace. Opulent plywood splendor. Now on Ebay.

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Govt panel takes stock of properties inside Narayanhiti palace

News as it happenzz. Apologies for the somewhat hoarse voice of the announcer. He is a chain smoker. No, things have not been carried out of the palace, just listen and also enjoy the typical subdued questions of the journalists. … Continue reading

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