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Why Indians are mad for momos

Al Jazeera 21 Jul 2024
Almost all the communities that live across the middle and higher Himalayas and the Tibetan plateau have all made dumplings that we call momos today.” The tradition of dumplings stretches from Europe to China, he adds.
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Sylvain Saudan, ‘skier of the impossible’, dies aged 87

Swissinfo 17 Jul 2024
When his helicopter crashed in the Himalayas in 2007 and Sylvain Saudan disappeared, the tributes came pouring in. “For today’s riders, Saudan is a glorious ancestor,” wrote the Swiss newspaper Le Temps ... the “skier of the impossible” ... .
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Mohammed bin Rashid visits global research centre of Himalaya Wellness in Dubai Science Park

The Gulf Time 16 Jul 2024
His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, today visited the state-of-the-art global research centre of Himalaya Wellness in Dubai Science Park, a member of the TECOM Group.
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Seismometers are popping up all over North Jersey. What are they for?

Daily Record Parsippany 10 Jul 2024
Pangea was formed about 400 million years ago as plates crashed together, creating massive mountains that scientists believe were as high as the Himalayas are today.
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These ‘living mountains’ are sick, and if they die, they could take millions with them

Russia Today 04 Jul 2024
Climate change warms the Himalayas, melting glaciers and heating rocks ... “If we consider the Himalayas as a ‘Living Entity’, then it has already lost its legs ... Read more This great Russian artist found peace in the Himalayas.
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Bone analysis sheds new light on mysterious species of ancient human

CNN 03 Jul 2024
Some of the animals, such as the blue sheep, are still common in the Himalayas today ... to today, although Zhang noted most of the animals living there in present day are domesticated yaks and goats.
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Delhi: Experts discuss rich, historic India-Nepal ties at book launch event

Beijing News 15 May 2024
... Nepal, the former Minister of Human Resource Development said the Central Himalayas were divided into two parts; Kedarkhand, which is the modern-day Garhwal, and, Manaskhand, which is today's Kumaon.
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“The Thousand-Year Glance: Landscapes of Belt and Road Countries in Thangka Paintings” exhibition successfully held ...

GetNews 29 Apr 2024
... stories of Guru Padmasambhava, a principal founder of Tibetan Buddhism, in various locations at the foothills of the Himalayas, from China to Nepal, to ancient India, including today’s Thailand.
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India reported over 75,000 forest fires in April; Odisha worst hit

Hindustan Times 27 Apr 2024
(ANI). With temperatures rising and negligible rainfall in lower Himalayas and eastern plains, the number of forest fires reported in April, including today, was 75,494 as compared to 58,910 in March 2024 and less than 5,000 this February ... Also Read .
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Column: They are rescuing trees at The Huntington after drought and rains took their toll

San Gabriel Valley Tribune 27 Apr 2024
“When I saw that tree, I was like, this is amazing, I had never seen it before, it was in full bloom, it smelled wonderful, it was from the Himalayas, so this year, I was in love with it for quite a while,” she said.
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NJ earthquake shook local geologists into action, sending them to precarious places

Burlington County Times 19 Apr 2024
Kolawole, a structural geologist, focused instead on the wet rocks in front of him ... S ... Pangea was formed about 400 million years ago as plates crashed together, creating massive mountains that scientists believe were as high as the Himalayas are today.
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What did the Big Bang sound like? Or Chicxulub? Tour the astonishing sonic landscapes of ...

Hindustan Times 12 Apr 2024
... our world today ... It drove itself so far into the Earth, that in moments, the rim of the 100-km-wide crater was made up of peaks higher than the Himalayas are today; they soon collapsed amid the chaos.
photo: Creative Commons / Melmark
Viewed From Whistlers Mountain near Jasper, Alberta; nearly 100km. away
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Are There Mountains Still Being Formed Today?

IFL Science 11 Mar 2024
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Woman, 30, had just returned from a

The Daily Mail 08 Feb 2024
After her death, Ms McFarland's family paid tribute to a 'beautiful, caring and confident person' who had a new job she loved and had just returned from a dream adventure to the Himalayas and Everest Base Camp'.
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The best mini-golf course in every U.S. state, revealed! Our exclusive ranking

Golf 18 Jan 2024
Andrews, better known today as The Himalayas, which was built by Old Tom Morris, in 1867, a quick skip from the first tee of the Old Course ... There are far fewer today, but fine examples remain, including this one.

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