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Biswanath lads to visit Everest Base Camp

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BISWANATH CHARIALI, Sept 25 � Two youths from Biswanath Chariali have been preparing hard these days to undertake an adventurous mission � they are going to visit the Base Camp of Mount Everest situated at a height of around 5,600 metres from the sea level.

Biplav Bhattacharya, son of Labanya Kumar Bhattacharya of Madhupur and Ritun Das, son of Barun Das of Pabhoi are set to start their journey on September 26 to Kathmandu. Afterwards, they will reach Lukla with the help of guides and from there, they are to start an 18-day-long trekking expedition to the Base Camp of the world�s highest mountain peak.

The duo had given birth to an organisation named �North East Adventure Organisation� in 2010 with a view to creating interest among the youths in adventure sports such as paragliding, rock climbing, rafting, trekking, mountaineering, etc.

The two have already visited the highest motorable road in the world, Khardung-La Top (18,380 feet), Siachen border (the highest battlefield in the world), Nubra Valley, Ladakh, Kargil, Drass (the second coldest place in the world), etc., by motorcycle. However, they resent that they have not received any help from the government and others.

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Biswanath lads to visit Everest Base Camp

BISWANATH CHARIALI, Sept 25 � Two youths from Biswanath Chariali have been preparing hard these days to undertake an adventurous mission � they are going to visit the Base Camp of Mount Everest situated at a height of around 5,600 metres from the sea level.

Biplav Bhattacharya, son of Labanya Kumar Bhattacharya of Madhupur and Ritun Das, son of Barun Das of Pabhoi are set to start their journey on September 26 to Kathmandu. Afterwards, they will reach Lukla with the help of guides and from there, they are to start an 18-day-long trekking expedition to the Base Camp of the world�s highest mountain peak.

The duo had given birth to an organisation named �North East Adventure Organisation� in 2010 with a view to creating interest among the youths in adventure sports such as paragliding, rock climbing, rafting, trekking, mountaineering, etc.

The two have already visited the highest motorable road in the world, Khardung-La Top (18,380 feet), Siachen border (the highest battlefield in the world), Nubra Valley, Ladakh, Kargil, Drass (the second coldest place in the world), etc., by motorcycle. However, they resent that they have not received any help from the government and others.