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This weekend try reading these three books on travel, adventure and more and make the most of lazy Monsoon days.
Till last evening, a total of 2,78,072 pilgrims had paid their obeisance at the cave shrine.
Search for the term ‘Incredible India’ on the internet and one will get a number of results showing well-known tourist destinations in the country. I
Big rise in number of such lakes due to fast melting glaciers has caused concerns of glacial lake outburst flood .
Teenagers Anfy Maria Baby and Anagha T M will take a bullet ride to the Himalayas, to spread the message of women empowerment.
The fitness level of participants is often overlooked by trek organisers before setting out in trying environments.
In 1986, Norphel took inspiration from his childhood observations and made a breakthrough by devising the first artificial glacier in picturesque Leh.
Life is tough in Sindhukot village, which lies just 80 kilometres from Kathmandu but like many rural communities in impoverished Nepal feels totally cut off from the rest of the world.
Biomining of the Chitlapakkam dumpyard is expected to begin in a few weeks, with a `20-lakh tender being awarded on February 21 to a private company.
The study by scientists from Chandigarh-based SASE found that that amount of snowfall has decreased whereas rainfall has increased in the last 25 years in the Himalayan region.
A government report has found that nearly 60 per cent of Himalayan low water springs have dried up, have reached critical levels or have become seasonal.
The Pakistani military choppers started an operation to rescue two stranded Europea climbers, Elisabeth Revol of France and Tomasz Mackiewicz of Poland, trying to reach the Nanga Parbat mountain.
Earthquakes hitting densely populated mountainous regions, such as the Himalaya, are bigger in magnitude because of a fast tectonic-plate collision.
The Union Home Ministry is finalising a proposal for construction of 100 ITBP Priority Roads in the next 10 year to connect over a 100 passes along the Himalayas.
Climate change has "enormous" geopolitical implications in the Himalayas, particularly in the region between India and Pakistan, says Senator Sheldon Whitehouse.