Russian base jumper Valery Rozov set a new record for the World's highest base jump. He climbed Mount Everest, the highest mountain on earth to make it happen.
May 29 2013, 8:41am CDT
More than two months after the deadliest accident in Mount Everest's history, relatives of the victims said on Thursday that they have yet to receive compensation and insurance payments promised by th. ...
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4 days ago, 6:24am CDT
During Field Day at Everest Academy, teams have a chance to demonstrate the growth they have experienced this past year in character development, celebrate their perseverance, and partake in joyous competition all of which are key components of an Everest Academy education(PRWeb July 01, 2014)Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb ...
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6 days ago, 9:07am CDT
Mount Everest, Earth's highest mountain, now has 3G coverage. Nepalese carrier Ncell has installed 3G base stations...
Oct 30 2010, 9:45am CDT
Source: Asia One
KATHMANDU - Nepal has recognised a Chinese mountaineer's summit of Mount Everest this season, a tourism ministry official said Tuesday, despite controversy over her use of a helicopter during the ascent.Wang Jing summited the 8,848-metre (29,029-foot) peak on May 23, accompanied by five local guides, but Nepalese officials initially held back from logging the climb because she used a helicopter part ...
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6 days ago, 1:53am CDT
Nepal has recognised a Chinese mountaineer's summit of Mount Everest this season, a tourism ministry official said on Tuesday, despite controversy over her use ...
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6 days ago, 12:32am CDT
Source: Hamptons Magazine
The Hamptons real estate market is on fire, and Saunders’s Alan Schnurman believes it’s only the beginning.
“The market is as hot as I’ve ever seen it, and I see nothing on the horizon to stop it,” says Alan Schnurman of Saunders, who recently brokered unprecedented deals in Nyack ($13 million) and Shelter Island ($9.5 million). “In the Hamptons, when the market moves, it goes up double digits and very fast. Everybody is co ...
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Jun 26 2014, 11:00pm CDT
Source: CBS Chicago
CHICAGO (CBS) – Facing a probe from federal regulators, a for-profit education company that runs six college campuses in the Chicago area is looking to sell most of its schools.
WBBM Newsradio’s Regine Schlesinger reports government regulators have been cracking down on the operations of Corinthian Colleges Inc., which has been accused of altering grades and attendance records; and falsifying job placement data.
Corinthian operates Everest College, which has five c ...
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Jun 26 2014, 8:37am CDT
Huawei announced plans to build a GSM base station on Mount Everest at an elevation of 6,500 meters or 21,325 feet. The...
Oct 4 2007, 9:50am CDT