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White Lotus Day celebrates the 'founding mother of occult in America,' Helena Petrovna Blavatsky

San Francisco Chronicle 05 May 2023
Aiming to create a universal brotherhood of humanity, theosophy claimed that its tenets came from spiritual masters in the Himalayas. Today, the movement has over 25,000 official members, with more than 1,000 lodges and centers around the world ... .

IMD predicts cloudy sky in Delhi-NCR today, rainfall over Western Himalaya region from April 26 ...

India Today 25 Apr 2023
IMD predicts cloudy sky in DelhiNCR today rainfall over Western Himalaya region from April Details here ... .

Polish climber ‘extraordinarily’ rescues Anurag Maloo on Nepal's Mount Annapurna

Live Mint 21 Apr 2023
RESPECT,' a tweet by Everest Today, a handle covering mountaineering over the Himalayas and Karakoram with special focus on 8,000m peaks, said.See the video hereAnurag, 34, a resident of Kishangarh in Rajasthan, went missing on Monday after he fell from around 6,000 metres while descending from Camp III ... .

Sultan AlNeyadi: Meeting deadlines in space is about not going beyond the red line

Khaleejtimes 13 Apr 2023
“We have a schedule, and we have a red line that we must maintain ...Time flies in space ... “Just today (Wednesday), I was flying over the Himalayas, and I saw the boundary between air pollution, the clouds and the other side of the Himalayas. And I thought this is really incredible’ seeing a barrier of smoke trying to jump over the Himalayas ... .

Watch: Sultan of Space Al Neyadi interacts with media from space

Gulf News 13 Apr 2023
On the 62nd International Day of Human Space Flight, UAE astronaut Sultan Al Neyadi called for protecting planet Earth after witnessing the pollution in the Himalayas region ... “Just today, I was flying over the Himalayas, and I saw that boundary between air pollution and the clouds and the other side of the Himalayas.

Search operation underway on Mount Everest for three Nepali climbers who fell into a crevasse ...

The Daily Mail 12 Apr 2023
'A block of snow fell and hit them.' ... In 2014, an immense tumbling wall of snow, ice and rock killed 16 Nepali guides on the Khumbu Icefall in one of the deadliest accidents in the Himalayas. Today's missing climbers had been carrying supplies to the first camp on the mountain, a waystation to the 8,849-metre (29,032 foot) peak, Mr Khatiwada said ... .

Tue. 9:38 a.m.: Avalanche sweeps away tourists in northeast India; 7 killed

The Vindicator 05 Apr 2023
An avalanche swept away a group of tourists today in the Himalayas in northeastern India, killing at least six ... NEW DELHI (AP) — An avalanche swept away a group of tourists in the Himalayas in northeastern India today, killing at least seven and injuring 11, officials said.

New study finds Himalayan glaciers lost more mass than previously thought

La Prensa Latina 04 Apr 2023
... in the greater Himalayas have lost more mass that previously known ... A team of international researchers concluded that a previous assessment underestimated the total mass loss from lake-terminating glaciers in the Himalayas by 6.5%, the government-run Global Times reported today.

Stories in stone

The Telegraph India 03 Apr 2023
This begs the question of whether the rocks stood centuries ago as we see them today ... Yet today, this very narrative is being reversed to untune the harmony worked by time, nature and humanity ... Up in the Himalayas, a physically violated landscape is wreaking a terrible revenge by destroying a town (and more) and displacing thousands of inhabitants.

Gilgit-Baltistan contractors go on strike over pending dues

Beijing News 30 Mar 2023
The construction contractors in Gilgit-Baltistan, which is illegally occupied by Pakistan, have stopped work over pending dues from the Government as reported by vernacular media Himalaya Today ... Thousands of workers connected with this sector have become jobless and high inflation and unemployment are forcing them to starve, Himalaya Today reported.

Pakistani politicians ignore Gilgit-Baltistan's problems, treat people like orphans

Beijing News 24 Mar 2023
Pakistan's Gilgit-Baltistan has been fooled for the past 75 years as the political parties just play with the sentiments of people and fighting their federation's war, instead of giving attention to their actual problems, Pakistani vernacular media, Himalaya Today Edit reported.

World's highest mountain: In race for tallest, this mountain is Mountain Everest's closest rival

DNA India 18 Mar 2023
Mount Everest is the stuff of legends today and continues to grow at 4 mm or around 0.16 inches per year ... The Himalayas gradually rose from the ocean floor to an elevation of 5,000 metres by 15-17 million years from today ... Its closest rival is Nanga Parbat, located in the Himalayas of Pakistan.

US Arrests Chinese Billionaire in Alleged Massive Fraud Scheme

Beijing News 16 Mar 2023
The indictment accused Kwok of lying to his online followers and promising outsized profits in return for investing in four ventures known as GTV Media Group, Himalaya Farm Alliance, G.CLUBS and the Himalaya Exchange. "The indictment today alleges the defendants were behind an ...

Is India-China infrastructure race damaging Himalayas?

Yahoo Daily News 13 Mar 2023
But scientists say there is a bigger disturbing picture unfolding in the Himalayas ... Experts say the risk of natural disasters is equally high on the Chinese side of the Himalayas ... "But what we see today in the Himalayas is rising risks of hazards, growing exposure to such hazards, and as a result increasing vulnerability in the region.

Colorado author Scott Graham visits The Bookworm Tuesday

Vail Daily 12 Mar 2023
“I ventured farther afield with my wife when I grew older, backpacking and mountaineering in the Andes, Himalayas and Canadian Rockies. My love of the outdoors continues today, with whitewater rafting and backcountry skiing among my current favored pursuits.” ... Desert today.”.

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