2 Indian Mountaineers Dead In Nepal, 1 Still Missing

Kathmandu: Two Indian mountaineers have died and another has gone missing in Nepal after one of them successfully scaled the world’s highest peak, Mount Everest, the expedition organiser informed.

Ravi Thakar, 28, was found dead inside his tent at Camp IV on Mount Everest early Friday while Narayan Singh died at Camp IV on Thursday night when he was climbing down from the 8,485-meter Mount Makalu summit, world’s fifth highest mountain.

Dipankar Ghos, 52, from Kolkata went missing from above Camp IV while returning from the Mount Makalu summit, said Mingma Sherpa, Chairman at Seven Summit Treks.

A search team, which reached the area from where the climber is suspected to have gone missing, however, failed to trace him, Sherpa said.

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