150 climbers scale Everest including Prachanda`s s
Last Updated: Saturday, May 26, 2012, 21:45
  
Kathmandu: The big rush to the Everest continued for the second day on Saturday with a total of 150 climbers making it to the top of the world, including the son of Nepalese Maoist chief Prachanda and four Indians.

Prakash Dahal, 27, reached atop the 8848 metre high Mount Everest, the world's highest peak, under the banner of Lumbini-Sagarmatha Peace Expedition, at 8 am, local time, today from the Southern side, according to officials.

Kathmandu: The big rush to the Everest continued for the second day on Saturday with a total of 150 climbers making it to the top of the world, including the son of Nepalese Maoist chief Prachanda and four Indians.

Prakash Dahal, 27, reached atop the 8848 metre high Mount Everest, the world's highest peak, under the banner of Lumbini-Sagarmatha Peace Expedition, at 8 am, local time, today from the Southern side, according to officials.

Altogether 64 climbers have reached atop the Everest today from the Nepal side, according to officials.

PTI


First Published: Saturday, May 26, 2012, 21:45


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