Saturday, September 25, 2021

Silver Heritage delisted from Australian Securities Exchange

Silver Heritage Group has been removed from the official list of the Australian Securities Exchange, effective from close of trading on Friday.
Euro-2020

Nepal police highlight difficulty in monitoring illegal betting ops 

Authorities in Nepal have been struggling to keep up with illegal gambling syndicates taking bets on Euro 2020, which ended this Sunday. 

Silver Heritage appoints John Dougall as Chairman/Independent Director

Silver Heritage has announced that it has appointed John Dougall, director of Tinybeans Group and SportsHero, as the company's independent director and chairman.

Nepal extends lockdown in capital district to end May

Nepal authorities have extended the lockdown in Kathmandu and surrounding areas for a further 15 days amid surging Covid cases.
Which casinos are open?

Which casinos are open?

With so many lockdowns and restrictions happening across Asia's gaming jurisdictions, it is easy to lose track of which casinos are currently open, closed,...

Tiger Palace Resort accused of misusing loan

Santosh Tamu, an employee of Tiger Palace Resort in Nepal, has filed a complaint against the resort at Nepal Rastra Bank (NRB). According to Tamu, the resort has diverted the loan taken from Prime Commercial Bank to a casino.
Biratnagar hotel site

Nepal attracts hotel investors, new casino

Nepal has not lost its allure for international hotel groups, who recognize its potential as a playground for India, with at least two new...

India’s Lemon Tree to open hotel/casino in Nepal

India's Lemon Tree hotel has signed an accord to open a hotel with an adjacent casino in Nepal's industrial capital Biratnagar.

Tiger Palace Resort in Nepal reopens after nearly a year

Tiger Palace Resort, Bhairahawa in Nepal has reopened its facilities for the first time in over a year, welcoming the Nepal Tourism Board CEO as its "first guest" after Covid.

Nepal hotel association reaches accord on pay cuts

The Hotel Association Nepal has reached an accord with workers' unions under which the pay of staff will be cut by about half. Employees will also work turns and if they are not on duty they will not be paid.

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