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Mountaineer Ali Sadpara’s Dead Body Was Found On K2

Mountaineer Ali Sadpara’s Dead Body Was Found On K2

Bodies of Ali Sadpara, John Snorri, Juan Pablo Mohr were found at K2 ISLAMABAD: Mohammad Ali Sadpara, a missing Pakistani climber, was discovered less than 300 meters from the K2 bottleneck. Gilgit-Baltistan Information Minister Fatehullah Khan said that the bodies of world-renowned mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara 🧗🏻‍♂️  and two other foreign mountaineers were seen at the K2 base...

Swat’s Hidden Gem Chukail Banda

Swat’s Hidden Gem: Chukail Banda

Chukail Banda the valley of Mankial #Swat , is one of the most beautiful & unexplored places in the valley Snuggled in the safe shade of Swat's Mankial Peaks is Chukail Banda, a meadow boasting green pastures 🌲 🍃 and picturesque beauty 🎑 🏞. Chukail Banda (Valley) 🏔 is located in the north of the Serai Valley. Its  85 km from the city of Mingora. The height of the belt is more than...

World’s Largest and Highest Cable Car in Kumrat Valley

World’s Largest and Highest Cable Car in Kumrat Valley

PESHAWAR: Cable car to connect Kumrat Valley to Chitral The government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has decided to install a 14 kilometer long cable car, which will connect the picturesque town of Kumrat  🏔  in the Upper Dir with the Madaklasht area in Chitral, for an estimated cost of 32 billion rupees. The meeting gave the green light to the department to carry out the detailed feasibility study and...

Pakistani mountaineer Ali Sadpara Declared Dead By Family

Pakistani mountaineer Ali Sadpara Declared Dead By Family

It’s with a heavy heart and deep sorrow that this country bids goodbye to one of it's best son, Ali Sadpara, who along with his two comrades was officially declared dead after frantic search operations failed to locate the men on the treacherous slopes of K2, the second-highest peak in the world. “Mountains require passion. “Aap ki dillagi hone chahiyee paharoon kay saath” said a beaming Muhammad...

Ali Sadpara: A missing gem in the snow of K2

Sajid Sadpara, son of missing Pakistani mountaineer Muhammad Ali Sadpara, said the chances of his father alive "are slim to zero".   In a video message from Skardu, where he arrived early Sunday morning, Sajid said: "Rescue operations now only make sense if they are carried out to bring his body back. Otherwise, the chances of someone surviving 8,000 meters for two to three days. are slim to...

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