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Nepali Sherpa summits Mount Everest for record 22nd time

Nepali Sherpa summits Mount Everest for record 22nd time

Creating a new record for the most summits of Mount Everest, a 48-year-old Nepali mountaineer climbed Mount Everest for a 22nd time on Wednesday. Kami Rita Sherpa reached the 8,850-meter (29,035-foot) summit via the Southeast Ridge route. He was accompanied by 13 other climbers including his clients. Kami is expected to reach base camp by the weekend.
Couple sue their own son for not moving out of their house

Couple sue their own son for not moving out of their house

A couple named Christina and Mark Rotondo have sued a 30 year old man for not moving out of their house despite 5 eviction letters. The man is Michael Rotondo, their own son. The couple had filed a case at the Onondaga County Supreme Court at Syracuse, New York, contending that Michael doesn't pay rent, nor does he help out with daily household chores.
Statement released after deaths of multiple anti-Sterlite protestors

Statement released after deaths of multiple anti-Sterlite protestors

Sterlite Copper has released a statement on today's events. "It's with great sorrow and regret that we witnessed today's incidents around the protest today at Tuticorin. The company has appealed to government and authorities to ensure safety of our employees, facilities and surrounding communities. Sterlite Copper plant is non-operational," the statement said.
Pakistani personnel using "thermal suits" to avoid detection

Pakistani personnel using "thermal suits" to avoid detection

To avoid detection by Indian forces near the border, Pakistani soldiers are wearing "thermal suits" according to security agencies. That was how BSF's Sitaram Yadav was killed recently by a Pakistani personnel or a terrorist, who managed to get within very close range with the help of such camouflage techniques. This is a new cause of concern for the Indian forces.