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Quetta attack: more than 40 killed in attack targeting Pakistani police cadets

More than 100 others injured, say experts, as attacks using firearms and suicide rockets gale hostel, with army functioning launched in response A team of up to six gunmen killed more than 40 parties applying pistols and suicide missiles at a hostel housing hundreds of police cadets in the Pakistani city of Quetta. Reports mentioning … Read More

Mavericks with a lawsuit: the female biker sororities regaining Delhi’s public room

In Indias male-dominated uppercase where women are often in danger, a group of female bikers are taking to the road to regain womens claims to public space Stalled in a snarl of Delhi congestion, an auto-rickshaw operator cranes his cervix to gawp. Clad in tie-dye leggings, potty leaf earrings and a cherry-red motorcycle helmet, Leena … Read More

Climbers hope to reach Everest summit for first time in over two years

Nearly 300 climbers and their templates “re ready for” condition window the coming week after two climbing seasons marred by tragedy Climbers are hoping to reach the summit of Everest this week for the first time in almost three years, following two seasons observed by misfortunes on “the worlds” highest mountain. Summit assaults are expected … Read More

Nepalis call for Everest age limit after death of 85 -year-old climber

Alpine association answers tighter limiteds required after Min Bahadur Sherchan croaked as he prepared to ascend mountain Nepals biggest alpine association will push the countrys government to implement an age restraint on who are in a position ascent the worlds tallest mountain after the deaths among an 85 -year-old at Everest base camp at the … Read More

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