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Jammu Engineer Rahul Jarngal scales Mount Everest

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Rahul Jarngal along with three other members of an ONGC team scaled the world’s highest peak.
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Jammu, May 29, 2017: Rahul Jarngal, an engineer belonging to Jammu and Kashmir’s Kathua district, has scaled the Mount Everest.

Jarngal belongs to the border village of Gurabeldaran in Hira Nagar and is an engineer with the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Ltd (ONGC).

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On May 27, he along with three other members of an ONGC team scaled the world’s highest peak (8,848 ft) under the guidance of Loveraj Singh of the Border Security Force.

Singh represents the Indian Mountaineering Federation.

The expedition was flagged off by Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas Dharmendra Pradhan on March 27.

The team had left Kathmandu for the summit on April 4, sources said.

(IANS)

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Jammu and Kashmir’s Dal Lake Gets a Photobook Depicting Its ‘Mood’

The photographs capture the seasonal changes visible around the lake, coupled with the poems she wrote on its different moods.

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Dal Lake. Flickr

A book compiling photographs and poems on the “various moods” of Jammu and Kashmir’s Dal Lake was launched by Honorary Consul General of Comoros K.L. Ganju at the Prithvi Fine Art and Cultural Centre here.

The photographs in the book “Ekam: The Supreme One” have been clicked by Sangeeta Gupta, when she was posted in Srinagar as the Principal Commissioner of Income Tax, Jammu and Kashmir, a statement said.

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Parade in Jammu and Kashmir. Flickr

The photographs capture the seasonal changes visible around the lake, coupled with the poems she wrote on its different moods.

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Prithvi Fine Art and Cultural Centre is a Delhi-based non-profit organisation promoting art, literature and music of India. (IANS)

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