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New year



The Armed Police Force organised a cultural program and dinner party for Crown Prince Paras on the occasion of his 34th birthday. Instead, he spent the whole night at a disco. On new year's day, the prince returned to Nirmal Nibas at around six in the morning. After attending an event held by the APF, he went to Soaltee with his whole family. At the hotel, a new year concert had been organised by Indian citizens. The entrance fee was Rs 4,999. When the prince was barred from entering, a bloody fight ensued. Many Indians were hurt and crying. Following this, the prince headed for the Yak and Yeti where a bystander witnessed him yelling 'Happy New Year'. He ran over the feet of the daughter of the former army chief, Prajwal Shamsher Rana, and headed for Baber Mahal and then to Galaxy at Everest. All news of the incidents reached the palace only after the prince had returned to Nirmal Nibas at 6.30 AM. In June, following an incident at the Everest, the prince was sent off to Pokhara and Jomsom. This time, he was sent to a tea garden in Damak on 2 January. Princess Himani and the children were flown there in another army helicopter later that afternoon.



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