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Health Condition of Paras improves; plans to return Nepal after some weeks


BANGKOK: The health condition of former Crown Prince Paras Shah, who underwent major heart-attack in Bangkok, has improved significantly. Source close of Paras informed that the former Crown Prince is planning to return Nepal after few weeks as he is under the supervision of doctors.

Paras, who underwent medical treatment in Bangkok based Samitvej hospital for almost one month, went to rehab center in Chyanchai. Paras has been staying in a temporary apartment in Bangkok after returning from the rehab center.

According to reports doctors have been regularly attending Paras and they found significant improvement in the health condition of Paras. It is said that wife of Paras Himani is likely to fly Bangkok to bring his husband back to Nepal. Paras had been staying in Singapore and Bangkok following dispute with family members.

Former Royal family members including his father Gyanendra Shah, mother Komal and his wife Himani among others attended ailing former Crown Prince and returned back to Nepal after he was discharged from hospital and admitted at the rehab center.

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