"His £1.5 million annual allowance, and those of 16 other former royals, has been abolished. He has lost the services of 600 domestic staff.
His temporary new home will be a former royal hunting lodge on a forested hill outside the capital. It is on loan from the government, which nationalised it in August, until he finds a new place of his own. ....
Gyanendra is believed to be a rich man. He is estimated to have £100 million worth of investments in Nepali businesses ranging from hotels to cigarette factories, as well as significant assets abroad."
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