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25 New Delhi: Renowned Indian mountaineer Bachendri Pal will lead a 10-member all women team to an expedition to Annapurna range in Nepal beginning October 14. First Indian women to summit the top peaks of seven continents, Premlata Agrawal and
On 21 May, she stood on top of the world, defying all conceivable odds, and achieved what was unthinkable to many. "I turned my artificial leg into my strength and stubbornly chose the most difficult sport for myself," says Ms Sinha, a former
Two years ago in April 2011, she lost her leg after she was pushed out of a moving train near Bareilly. Photos of her writhing in pain had evoked nationwide sympathy...On her return to Lucknow after becoming the first woman amputee in the world to
Arunima Sinha, who achieved a world record feat of becoming the first woman amputee to scale Mt. Everest, wants to set up a multi-facility sports academy for physically challenged athletes and has requested the state government to help realise her
Two months ago, when Arunima Sinha announced in the presence of a handful of people that she was going to scale Mount Everest, there were not too many takers for her resolve. An amputee who took four months to get used to her prosthetic leg, she was
Arunima, a resident of Ambedkar Nagar in Uttar Pradesh, was pushed out of a moving train after she resisted a chain-snatching attempt by some criminals, as she was travelling from Lucknow to Delhi two years ago. One of her legs had to be amputated
Arunima Sinha, a former national level volleyball player who had lost her right leg after being thrown off a moving train by some hoodlums, created history today by becoming the first Indian amputee to conquer Mount Everest. Sinha reached the summit
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.