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Indian Couple Faked Mount Everest Ascent, Banned for Mountaineering in Nepal for Ten Years

Indian Couple Faked Mount Everest Ascent, Banned for Mountaineering in Nepal for Ten Years

Remember a few months back, in May a police officer couple, Dinesh and Tarakeshwari Rathod, suddenly attained fame after they announced to the world about their ascent to 8,850-metre peak, Mount Everest. The news went viral, the pictures they posted showing the couple on the highest level of the peak was all over the news. They were bombarded with the wishes and praise to be the first Indian couple to climb the highest mountain of the world.

They were again on the news recently as Satyarup Siddhatnta, a climber from West Bengal, and many other climbers claimed that the pictures that prove their ascent to Everest was actually faked. Well, after the investigation done by Sudarsha Prasad Dhakal, tourism department chief, it came out that the allegations were rather true.

Now, it’s tough to decide on the point that why the couple needed this fame badly, but they have for sure got their best punishment ever. The proceeding to this forgery story says that Nepal has now banned the couple from mountaineering in Nepal for 10 years.

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Abhilahsa is editor @dramaticindia, a Post Graduate from Indian Institute of Mass Communication, is passionate about entertainment, lifestyle and yes.. Gossip! She is a self-proclaimed foodie, loves to be around sugar and spice and everything nice. In her spare time, Abhilasha can be found watching videos online, be it related to food, travel or documentaries. Loves reading, partying and sleeping.

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