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Arunima Sinha becomes world's first woman amputee to scale Mount Vinson, PM Modi congratulates her

PM Modi tweeted: "Congratulations to Arunima Sinha for scaling new heights of success. She is the pride of India, who has distinguished herself through her hard work and perseverance."

Mountaineer denied entry into Mahakal temple for not following dress code: Shrine official

Sinha, a former national-level volleyball player, had on Monday said she felt "greater pain" while visiting the temple than climbing Mount Everest, the world's highest peak at 8,844 metres.

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Arunima Sinha not happy with royalty over her life-story

The fate of a proposed film on Arunima Sinha, the first female amputee to climb Mount verest, seems uncertain as she claims there is a disagreement between her and producer Farhan Akhtar over royalty.

Taming Everest

Sixty years after the first ascent of Mount Everest,the challenge of the treacherous climb has been blunted,its risks conquered by commerce and a well-oiled machinery. Explaining the traffic jam at the world’s highest point .

Woman athlete from UP first Indian amputee to conquer Mount Everest

The 26-year-old hails from Ambedkar Nagar district in Uttar Pradesh.

UP woman first Indian amputee to conquer Everest

Arunima Sinha,who lost her left leg when she was thrown off a moving train by hoodlums in 2011,became the first Indian amputee to conquer Mount Everest on Tuesday.

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Arunima Sinha becomes first Indian amputee to scale Mt Everest

Sinha was pushed out of the general compartment of Padmawati Express.

Volleyball career over,Arunima plans Everest ascent

Arunima Sinha,who lost her left leg two years ago after being thrown off a moving train,says cricketer Yuvraj Singh has inspired her to make an attempt to scale the highest peak in the world —the Mount Everest.

Three months later,Arunima goes home

Volleyball player Arunima Sinha who lost a leg after she was allegedly thrown out of a moving train by unidentified goons in April,was discharged from the AIIMS trauma centre on Tuesday. Limping slightly on a prosthetic limb,Arunima who stood on her feet after 96 days,said she now dreams of participating in the paralympic games.

After minister’s visit,upgradation of SAI sub-centre on cards

Union Sports and Youth Affairs Minister Ajay Maken has given ample indications that the state will be given a lot of importance by his ministry in the near future.

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Arunima Sinha: World's First Female Amputee to Climb Mount Everest

Arunima Sinha, 30-year-old national level volleyball player lost her leg in 2011 after she was pushed out of a moving train while resisting thieves who tried to snatch her gold chain. Two years later, she climbed the world's highest peak, Mt Everest.

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