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Congratulations Susmita Maskey
http://nepalesevoice.com.au/susmita-maskey-set-out-to-conquer-the-world/
KHUMJUNG, Nepal—They came from six continents, each angling for a chance to reach the roof of the world. As harsh winter turned to spring, hundreds of climbers settled into what has become business as usual at the base camp below Mount Everest.
http://www.himalayan-foundation.org/blog/116552
http://www.nrnnigeria.com/news/nrna-tanzania-felicitation-program-for-susmita-maskey/
http://www.mihoaida.com/2008/05/01/susmita-maskey/
http://www.npr.org/blogs/parallels/2014/04/24/306390312/injured-sherpa-explains-why-hell-never-climb-mount-everest-again
In 2008, the first time in Nepal’s history, ten women from different castes, or social classes, came together and formed the ‘First Inclusive Nepalese Womens Everest Expedition
For eight years of her life, Sabina (name changed) has experienced a turbulent phase: She was sexually abused by her father.
Climbers aspiring to scale the 8848-meter high Mount Everest will now have yet another challenge to contend with: the rocky surface.
Mount Everest at 8,848 metres, the highest mountain in the world, can be a bewildering sight.
Kathmandu, 13th April 2008? The biggest all-female expedition to climb Sagarmatha (Mt. Everest) begins on 17 April 2008.
The Nepalese Government has announced it will close its side of Mount Everest during China's Olympic Torch relay to the summit in early May.
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