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  Rs 1.5 Billion Invested In Rupandehi Hotels
       SHER BAHADUR KC  
 
    BUTWAL, April 18 : As many as Rs 1.5 billion have been invested in hotels in Butwal and surrounding areas over the past two years.

Investment of Rs 500 million has already been made in Hotel Denovo. The 40-room hotel, with facilities like swimming pool, fitness club and restaurants, is the biggest hotel in Butwal. According to Pravin Pathak, managing director of the hotel, Denovo has 35 standard, four deluxe and one executive deluxe room.

 
  Govt Declares Casinos Illegal
       REPUBLICA  
 
    KATHMANDU, April 18 The government has declared all casinos operating in the country illegal and asked them to shut operations by Sunday. The decision brings an end to the gaming business that began in the country 47 years ago.

The Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA) took the decision as the operators of casinos did not show interest to clear outstanding dues and royalty despite the government extending deadline by four times. The government had given nine months to casinos to clear their dues.

 
  Rupee Weakens, Gold Price Down
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  Govt Seeks Soft Loan From China
       REPUBLICA  
 
    KATHMANDU, April 18 : The government has requested China to provide soft loan worth US$ 400 million for the construction of transmission lines for West Seti Hydropower Project (750 MW).

The project based in far-western Nepal is being developed by Chinese firm CWE Investment Corporation -- a subsidiary of China Three Gorges Corporation (CTGC).

 
  NCC Delegation Meets PM Koirala
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