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Arunima Sinha, who lost her left leg two years ago after being thrown off a moving train, says cricketer Yuvraj Singh has inspired her to make an attempt to scale the highest peak in the world -- the Mount Everest.
Binita Soran, who became the first Indian tribal woman to climb Mt Everest this year says her aim remains unfulfilled and that she wants to do more. Binita belonging to a small village called Kesorsora in district Saraikela-Kharsawanr of Jharkhand is
Three climbers from Jharkhand, mentored by the legendary Bachendri Pal, have become the latest to scale the Mt...The trio of Binita Soren, Meghlal Mahato and Rajendra Singh Pal Pal set off for the expedition to date on March 25, from Jiri, Nepal.
Tata Steel Adventure Foundation, headed by Pal, had trained the three youth -- Meghlal Mahato, Binita Soren and Rajendra Singh Pal, brother of Bachendri Pal. Tata Steel had sponsored Rs 75 lakh for their expedition to Mt Everest. Rajendra reached the
Bachendri Pal is now imparting lessons in mountaineering to corporate executives and students Preparing corporate leaders through trekking expeditions is what legendary mountaineer Bachendri Pal is busy doing these days. The first Indian women who
Meghlal Mahato, Binita Soren and Rajendra Singh Pal -- will now proceed to the base camp of Mount Everest, the take off point for starting the climb, from Island Peak, situated at 20,070 ft near the Everest region. The project has been sponsored by
Pop icon Remo Fernandez, mountaineer Bachendri Pal and environmentalist Sundar Lal Bahuguna were among the brand ambassadors who were on Tuesday honoured by the Election Commission for their contribution to voters' participation in the recent
55 AM Sunset : 6:14 PM Today Sultry and uncomfortable weather. Bokaro/Jamshedpur, June 2: Tears had welled up in her eyes when she had romanced a mellowed sun from her Everest throne on May 20. Almost a fortnight later, mountain queen Premlata
Such is the power of this wonderful Yves Larock track, that for a moment, it compels you to rue human being's inability to fly. The freedom to fly and drift around in open skies like myriad birds is not under our control but the thrill and rush can
On Monday, 25-year-old Tine Mena, also from Arunachal, had become the first Indian to hoist the tricolour on the summit this season as well as the first woman climber from the North-East to bag the record. Jamsenpa summited the peak with her Nepali