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  • Scaling Mount Everest is only a dream for many and a once-in-a-lifetime achievement for most professional mountaineers. Well, not for this Nepali Sherpa, who has now repeated the feat for a record 26th time. Kami Rita, 52, again led a group of other Sherpa climbers along the traditional southeast ridge route to the world’s tallest peak. In the process, he beat his own previous record set last year. Rita first scaled Everest in 1994 and has been making the trip nearly every year since then.


  • Chinese scientists are establishing a meteorological monitoring station at an altitude of 8,800 meters on Mount Qomolangma, the world’s highest peak, on the China-Nepal border. The 13 members of the research team started the trek towards an 8,300-meter base camp on Mount Qomolangma from a 7,028-meter camp on Tuesday morning. They reached the camp in the afternoon and went on the last section of the arduous journey up on Wednesday morning. It replaces the one at an altitude of 8,430 meters set up by the British and US scientists in the mountains in 2019.


  • While some drivers are obsessed with speed, some others have a passion for the look of their cars. In Tehran, car tuning lovers from across Iran have assembled for the biggest show of modified vehicles.

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