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Mount Everest moved 3 cm due to shock of Nepal quake

  Mount Everest moved three centimetres during the recent devastating earthquakes in Nepal but contrary to earlier reports the height of world's tallest mountain has not been affected,......

'The Nepalese are a courageous people'

Despite the devastation that has struck this tiny mountain nation, Dr Vani Kori -- who volunteered her service in Nepal for 10 days -- believes it will soon rebuild itself. On April 25, 2015, a......

Post-quake renovations begin in Nepal; toll nears 7,700

Nepal on Tuesday mounted post-quake renovation works as it declared the Rastrapati Bhawan and thousands of buildings and homes unsafe for use after the devastating temblor that killed at least......

China, Nepal resolve Mt Everest height row

Ending a long-standing dispute about the height of world's tallest mountain, Nepal and China have agreed to recognise the snow and rock height of Mount Everest, official sources said on Thursday, a......

'Our culture does not take life, but promotes it'

'The tiger is the epitome of evolution.''Every tiger has a stripe pattern that is unique. Each tiger is unique.''Tigers are very elusive. It is said a tiger sees you nine times when you see it......

Samina becomes first Pakistani woman to scale Mt Everest

Mountaineer Samina Baig has become the first Pakistani woman to scale Mount Everest, the world's highest mountain peak at 8,848 metres. According to details, Baig completed the climb to the summit......
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Go trekking, the new credo for Uttarakhand

Go trekking is the new credo for Uttarakhand Tourism, as it aims to garner more footfalls to the hill state. Faced with falling numbers and... ...

http://www.thestatesman.com/news/features/go-trekking-the-new-credo-for-uttarakhand/139461.html
Arunachal CM calls for road link between Tawang and Bhutan

Itanagar, April 29 Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Kalikho Pul on Friday called for developing road connectivity between Lumla in the state's... ...

http://www.prokerala.com/news/articles/a643836.html
Avalanche fears over unauthorised Everest helicopter flights

Helicopter firms are carrying out unauthorised sightseeing flights over the upper reaches of Mount Everest, Nepalese officials say. Sherpas have... ...

http://www.netindia123.com/netindia/showdetails.asp?id=2848069&n_date=20160429&cat=Asia
Plunging costs fuel safety fears on Everest

(AFP) - After 17 years of helping climbers reach the roof of the world, Argentinian Damian Benegas won't be returning to Everest this year, frozen... ...

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/international-business/Plunging-costs-fuel-safety-fears-on-Everest/articleshow/52035406.cms
How a Bunch of Tech Geeks Helped Save Nepal's Earthquake Victims

It was a few minutes before noon when it hit. The massive earthquake in Nepal touched off multiple avalanches in the snow-capped Himalayas, forcing... ...

http://gadgets.ndtv.com/telecom/features/how-a-bunch-of-tech-geeks-helped-save-nepals-earthquake-victims-830168

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