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High achievers: Students score rare feat in getting to Everest base camp

high achievers: students score rare feat in getting to everest base camp
In a rare feat, 23 secondary school students battled their way through altitude related illness and fatigue to reach Mount Everest Base Camp.After trekking for 12 days in Nepal's Khumbu Valley, all..
New Zealand Herald

Indian scientists play a pivotal role in gravity waves detection

Forty Indian scientists from 13 institutions, including two in Bengaluru, played a crucial role in the discovery of the strongest ever gravity wave signal reported by an international team of..
Deccan Herald

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News video: Climbing for hope

Climbing for hope

A local doctor prepares to climb Mount Everest for a good cause.
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News video: Doctor Climbs Mt. Everest

Doctor Climbs Mt. Everest

A local doctor is preparing for the biggest personal challenge of his life, but that challenge isn't just about him.
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News video: This young man conquered Mount Everest in just 26 hours

This young man conquered Mount Everest in just 26 hours 01:51

He did it without the help of oxygen tanks or fixed ropes.
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News video: Woman Climbs Everest Twice In 5 Days

Woman Climbs Everest Twice In 5 Days 00:37

38 year old Anshu Jamsenpa has climbed Mt. Everest five times. all have been from the South Col route on the Nepalese side of Mount Everest. This is an incredible accomplishment for any mountaineer...
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News video: Travel Site Votes This Country 'Most Beautiful In The World'

Travel Site Votes This Country 'Most Beautiful In The World' 01:03

Travelers voted for what they thought the most beautiful countries in the world are. Their responses may surprise you!
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Five things to do in Nepal – other than trekking through the mountains

Home to the world’s highest peaks, Nepal is globally renowned for its trekking adventures. But if hiking Annapurna or tackling Everest isn’t your idea of a holiday, there are plenty of other sides..
S.China Morning Post

First IFS officer who scaled Mt Everest takes charge as Udupi DCF

S Prabhakaran, who became the first Indian Forest Service (IFS) officer to scale Mount Everest in 2016 (May 20), has taken charge as the Deputy Conservator of Forests (DCF) in Udupi. A BSc..
Deccan Herald

Table Mountain: One of the world's deadliest natural wonders

table mountain: one of the world's deadliest natural wonders
It's one of the world's most majestic natural wonders but it's also one of the most deadly, often claiming more lives each year than Mount Everest.Almost one million tourists flock to Table Mountain,..
New Zealand Herald

Deepa Malik to receive M G Mehta Human Spirit award

Rio Paralympics silver medalist Deepa Malik will be honoured with the M G Mehta Human Spirit award, at a ceremony to be held here next month. The award, which has been previously won by Padma Shri..
Deccan Herald

Explorer who led first Americans to summit of Everest passes away at 99

explorer who led first americans to summit of everest passes away at 99
Norman Dyhrenfurth, the explorer who led the first American expedition to the summit of Mount Everest in 1963, passed away at 99. The post Explorer who led first Americans to summit of Everest..
GrindTV

AAP begins poll campaign in Gujarat with a roadshow in Ahmedabad

Aam Aadmi Party on Monday launched its election campaign for the state of Gujarat with a roadshow in the city, with its senior leader Gopal Rai calling BJP in the state as "arrogant, corrupt and..
Deccan Herald

Mountaineering organisation Giripremi sets record

Young mountaineers Akshay Patke and Ashish Mane from renowned mountaineering organization Giripremi have successfully scaled world's eighth peak Mount Manaslu (8163 Meters). The team of two..
Deccan Herald

India in bucket list of Chinese travellers in APAC: Report

With China becoming the top source market for many countries, a report found that India featured in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) bucket list of popular destinations among Chinese travellers. According to..
Deccan Herald

Everest expedition leader Norman Dyhrenfurth dies at 99

VIENNA -- Norman Dyhrenfurth, a Swiss-American mountaineer and filmmaker who organized the successful American expedition in 1963 to Mount Everest that put six climbers on the summit and inspired..
Newsday

Meet the Breast Cancer Survivor Who Took on Mount Everest

Lisa Thompson was diagnosed with breast cancer at 44, but she didn't let that stop her.
SI.com

Swiss-American mountaineer Norman Dyhrenfurth dead at 99

VIENNA (AP) — Norman Dyhrenfurth, a Swiss-American mountaineer and filmmaker who organized the successful American expedition in 1963 to Mount Everest that put six climbers on the summit and inspired..
SeattlePI.com Also reported by •NewsdayFOXNews.com

Intrepid Herefordshire women off to Mount Everest

A TEAM of 30 women are set to swap the rolling hills of Herefordshire for the mountains of Nepal when they take on the challenge of a lifetime.
Hereford Times

Experts to Measure Mount Everest to Settle Height Controversy


RIA Nov.

Nepal says will measure Mount Everest next year to see if it lost height

Nepal will measure Mount Everest afresh to settle a controversy over height of the world's tallest peak, after some estimates suggested it became a little shorter in the wake of an earthquake two years..
India Today Also reported by •Reuters India

Nepal to check Mt Everest's height

Amid claims Mount Everest became shorter after an earthquake two years ago, Nepal is going to measure the world's highest peak to find out.
SBS

Nepal set to re-measure height of Mount Everest

For the first time, Nepal will re-measure the height of the Mt Everest on its own, amid reports that the height of the world's highest peak has changed after the deadly 2015 earthquake in the Himalayan..
DNA

He’s walked the Antarctic, climbed Mount Everest and chopped off his own frostbitten fingers – but for explorer Ranulph Fiennes, taking photos is the hardest part of the job

Ranulph Fiennes has walked from pole to pole, crossed the Antarctic unsupported, discovered a lost city in the desert, climbed Mount Everest at 65, and chopped off his own frostbitten fingers, but the..
S.China Morning Post


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