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India's oldest woman to have scaled Mt Everest meets Indian Ambassador to Nepal

ANI | @indiablooms | 28 May 2018, 07:03 pm

Kathmandu (Nepal), May 29 (ANI): 53 year old Sangeeta Bahl, who is the oldest Indian woman to have scaled Mt Everest, along with her husband Ankur Bahl, met Indian Ambassador to Nepal Manjeev Singh Puri in Kathmandu on Sunday.  Her husband Ankur Bahl has also scaled the highest peak in the world in 2016. Sangeeta Bahl, a resident of Jammu, started her expedition on March 28 and she scaled the peak on May 19. Sangeeta Bahl has already conquered highest mountain in Africa, Mt Kilimanjaro. 

India's oldest woman to have scaled Mt Everest meets Indian Ambassador to Nepal

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