President flags off 1st Northeast Mount Everest Expedition

Posted on by iSikkim | Category: Featured Post Sports | 188 views | 0 Comments

New Delhi, March 21, 2013

The President of India, Pranab Mukherjee flagged off the first Northeast Expedition to Mt. Everest by handing over the expedition flag to the leader of the Expedition Team, Dr. L. Surjit Singh on March 20 here in a function at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

Speaking on the occasion, the President said that this expedition is important not only because it seeks to scale Mt. Everest, the highest in the world, but because it symbolises mankind’s indomitable sprit to fight against all odds.

This North East Expedition to Mt. Everest is organized by Government of Manipur through the Manipur Mountaineering and Trekking Association. It is sponsored by the North Eastern Council, Shillong.

The Expedition team includes Anshu Jamsenpa, the first lady from Arunachal Pradesh, who has already scaled Mt. Everest twice and N. Chinkheinganba, a 16 year old boy who on completion of the expedition will be the youngest to scale the Mt. Everest.

The main objective of the North East Mount Everest Expedition is to share the experiences of adventure- sports among the youth and foster in them endurance, a spirit of risk taking, co-operative team work and the capacity of ready and vital response to challenging situations.


Si Langit

Donggala, Sulawesi Tengah

I'm a men with big obsession.

Likes to share links via:

  • Delicious
  • Digg
  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Google Mail
&source=shareaholic" rel="nofollow" class="external" title="Tweet This!"> 


    Leave a Reply

    • Sikkimese boy selected for Mt Everest Expedition
    • Sikkimese mountaineer to join Mount Everest Expedition 2012
    • Sikkimese Mountaineer successfully summitted Mount Everest
    • PM congratulates Anshu Jansenpa on her Mt. Everest feat
    • Sikkim: Expedition held for Glacier Dynamics study




    Is Delhi Police friendly towards the people of North East states?

    • Can't Say (100%)
    • Yes (0%)
    • No (0%)
    Loading ... Loading ...