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The glaciers of Mount Everest may disappear by 2100: New Study

Glaciers in the Everest region of the Himalayas could shrink at least 70% or even disappear entirely by the end of the century if greenhouse-gas emissions continue to rise, scientists warned on..
DNA 13 hours ago

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Giant chocolate bar: Derbyshire adventurer Squash Falconer sells...

giant chocolate bar: derbyshire adventurer squash falconer sells...A DERBYSHIRE adventurer who once climbed Mount Everest has raised more than £1,000 for the people of Nepal by auctioning off a giant chocolate bar.Squash Falconer sold chunks of a giant Toblerone..
Derby Telegraph 15 hours ago

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The Symbol of Success Announces “Mount Everest Millennium Time Capsule” Crowdfunding Opportunity

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--You won't live in Year 3000 but your Messages will be there! For only $10 you can have your message in this epic 1000 years time capsule, hidden on top of Mount Everest.
Source: Business Wire - on March 26, 2015

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Amritsar, March 21 (ANI): Women cadre of India's paramilitary Border Security Force (BSF), who had set out on a month-long camel safari to spread the message of women empowerment, reached the..
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ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Britain's Prince Harry attended Walking With the Wounded's "Walk of Britain" launch event in London on Wednesday (March 18). There he met and spoke to veterans and
Source: Reuters - on March 18, 2015

News video: Take a Virtual Swim With the Dolphins on Protected Brazilian Islands

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Days after it added stunning imagery of Mount Everest, Google Street View has been updated with beautiful photos from the other side of the world — the Brazilian islands of Fernando de Noronha and..
Source: wochit - on March 17, 2015

 
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Most glaciers in Mount Everest area will disappear with climate change: study

About 5,500 glaciers could disappear or drastically retreat by the end of the century with severe impacts on farming and hydropower, say scientists Most of the glaciers in the Mount Everest region will..
Raw Story 15 hours agoAlso reported by •guardian.co.uk
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Climate change could shrink glaciers in the Mount Everest region by 70 percent, study finds

The iconic Mount Everest could see a major loss of its glaciers over the course of this century, according to a new scientific study that its chief author calls the “the first detailed modelling..
Washington Post 16 hours ago

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Over two-thirds of Mount Everest's glaciers could be gone by 2100

over two-thirds of mount everest's glaciers could be gone by 2100If greenhouse-gas emissions continue to rise, glaciers in the Everest region of the Himalayas could experience dramatic changes in the decades to come.
Digital Journal 19 hours ago
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Football transfer rumours: Dani Alves on his way to Manchester United?

Today’s fluff is going back to school in September How many hours do you spend reading the Rumour Mill before you get something out it? Dozens? Gosh, probably hundreds, right? Is that a good use..
guardian.co.uk 20 hours ago

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Over 70 percent of Everest glacier's volume may be lost by 2100: Study

Over 70 percent of the glacier volume in the Mount Everest region in the Himalayas could be lost in 85 years if greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise, a new paper suggests.
Zee News 21 hours ago

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Tarik Batal, TICDA Co Founder, Pledges 25% of Online Sales to the Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund

TICDA recently ran a 2 phase PR stunt on April Fools 2015, announcing some funny news regarding the name change of Mount Everest to Mount TICDA and a fake arrest of co founder Tarik Batal in order to..
PRWeb 21 hours ago

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Huntingdon Gymnastics Club members climb Everest to help Nepal...

huntingdon gymnastics club members climb everest to help nepal...Young athletes at Huntingdon Gymnastics Club are climbing Mount Everest by rope in a bid to raise money for the Nepal Earthquake Disaster Appeal.But members of the elite boys' section will not have to..
Cambridge News 21 hours agoAlso reported by •Newmarket NewsRoyston NewsSaffron Walden NewsHaverhill News
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First Indian Everesters keen to aid Nepal's recovery

Kolkata, May 27: Members of the first Indian team that scaled Mount Everest 50 years ago are planning to help out in the rehabilitation work in quake-hit Nepal, a member said here on Wednesday.Captain..
Oneindia 22 hours ago

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Climber goes from an earthquake in Nepal to scaling a wall 700...

climber goes from an earthquake in nepal to scaling a wall 700...A HEROIC climber from Cleethorpes who was caught up in the Nepal earthquake will help scale a wall more than 700 times to raise money for the casualties of the disaster.John Pomfret, 52, of Davenport..
Grimsby Telegraph 2 days ago

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Young woman longs for son 12,000 km away in Kathmandu

*Wellington*: Dreams of a better life might have forced Mamta Khanal to stay put in New Zealand along with her husband, but her heart seems to be 12,000 km away: Longing to be with her three-year-old..
Mid-Day 2 days ago

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Pollutants waft over the Himalayas

*Pollutants on the icy Tibetan Plateau, which absorb solar radiation and are accelerating the melting of snow and ice, are known to come from as far afield as Africa and Europe. But work by Chinese..
Deccan Herald 3 days ago

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Celebrities row from Tower to Tower in epic cross-Channel...

celebrities row from tower to tower in epic cross-channel...FORMER Stoke boss Tony Pulis and TV presenter Nick Hancock will be among the rowers attempting a gruelling crossing of the English Channel. A team of 24 are tackling the tough 450 nautical miles open..
The Sentinel Stoke 4 days ago

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President, PM meet surviving members of India's first successful expedition to Everest

New Delhi, May 21 (ANI): President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Minister Narendra Modi met the nine surviving members of country's first successful expedition to Mount Everest to mark the golden jubilee..
ANI News 1 week ago

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Indian Army expedition team to Mt. Everest returns

 Their bid to scale Mount Everest to mark golden jubilee of the first Indian conquest of the peak might have been hit by the Nepal quake but members of an Indian Army expedition team are happy that..
Zee News 1 week ago

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Farhan Akhtar to make film on amputee athlete Arunima Sinha’s life

Director-actor Farhan Akhtar has offered to give the struggle of Arunima Sinha, the first female amputee to climb Mount Everest, a big screen treatment.Farhan Akhtar "Farhan had come to meet me at..
Filmy Friday 1 week ago


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