Archives September 26, 2019

Maneka Gandhi congrates Anshu Jamsenpa

Mrs Maneka Gandhi, Union Minister of Women & Child Development congratulated Dr Anshu Jamsenpa and wished her many more laurels when the later called on the Union Minister at her office chamber in Shashtri Bhawan New Delhi today. The Minister also advised her to start an enterprise in the North East to train ‘Women Only’ in the field of adventure and allied sports. She mentioned the name of Ms Thinlas Chorol, founder of Ladakhi Women’s Travel Company who is successfully transforming lives of several women in Ladakh region.

Dr Anshu adds new jewel on her cap

Eastern Himalayan Global Environmental AmbassadorFrom Our CorrespondentGUWAHATI, Nov 03: Globally famous and world record holder mountaineer Dr. Anshu Jamsenpa was honoured with ‘Eastern Himalayan Global Environmental Ambassador’, instituted by Balipara Foundation, at a function here Saturday evening.

Anshu Jamsenpa among top 50 most influential Indian women

‘Positive yields positive’

By A O News Service

When asked to comment on this unparalleled position to which she has risen, the woman who always reflects ‘never say die’ spirit, told this daily that there no short cut to success, which demands hard work and perseverance. But present younger generations have been lacking these qualities, she regretted.

Arunachal Pradesh: Anshu Jamsenpa’s daughter receives letter from PM!

Itanagar June 9: Anshu Jamsenpa who set a world record by becoming the first woman in the world to climb Mount Everest twice in just five days went to meet PM Narendra Modi in New Delhi on Tuesday along with her husband Tsering Wange.

5 facts about World record holder Anshu Jamsenpa from Northeast India

What an exhilarating experience to be standing literally at the top of the world, it would be a sightfor sore eyes having a pristine view many can imagine. Being at the top of the world’s tallest mountain with a height of 29,035 feet (8850 meters) above sea level;