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Arunachal woman scales Mt Everest for third time

Mountaineer from Arunachal Pradesh Anshu Jamshenpa, who holds the record of being the only mother in the world to scale the peak twice in 10 days, has conquer the Mount Everest on May 18, 2013 for the third time.

She was among the 11 mountaineers as part of the 1st North East India Mt. Everest Expedition to make it to the summit.

The team has broken numerous records for the first time.  Including a 16-year-old Nameirakpam Chingkheinganba from Manipur who has became the youngest Indian to scale the Mt. Everest.  Tarun Saikia of Assam, David Zohmangaiha of Mizoram and Ms. Wangsuk Myrthong of Meghalaya, who became the first mountaineers from their States to have successfully scaled the Mount Everest.

The expedition was earlier flagged off by President of India on 20th March 2013.

With yesterday’s summit, the 1st North East India Mt. Everest Expedition has come to an end. The team will be departing for Lukla by helicopter and then head to Kathmandu. They will be arriving at Delhi on 30th May 2013 led by the expedition team leader Dr. L. Surjit.

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