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    Indian Climber Anurag Maloo Revived by Doctors in Nepal After 3 Hours; Brother States Condition Continues to be Critical

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    Medical students advised to consult NMC before taking two daily direct flights from Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan to India

    The APNRT has informed that the situation in Kyrgyzstan is currently normal and two direct flights will be flown daily from the trouble-torn Bishkek to New Delhi from May 23.

    An Indian climber named Anurag Maloo fell into a crevasse on Mount Annapurna in Nepal. He was rescued after three hours of effort by doctors at a hospital in Kathmandu, but his condition is still critical. Anurag is currently undergoing treatment at the ICU of Medicity Hospital. Doctors say that his health is slowly improving, and they are hopeful for his full recovery.

    Anurag fell from around 6,000 meters while descending from Camp III. Mount Annapurna is known for its treacherous terrain. Anurag caught the wrong rope which led to his fall into the deep crevasse. He was the only person from the expedition who could not make it to the summit on that day. A total of 12 people, including international climbers and sherpas, reached Mt. Annapurna on that day.

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    Seven sherpas were mobilised to lift Anurag from the deep crevasse located at an altitude of 5,700 meters. The crevasse was more than 70 meters deep, and it was very risky to go inside even for the rescue team. On the first day of the accident, two attempts were carried out to rescue Anurag, but they could not succeed because of the lack of necessary equipment and enough manpower. The next day a helicopter was mobilised to locate the site, and on the third day, seven sherpas were mobilised for conducting the rescue work.

    Anurag is on a mission to climb all 14 peaks above 8,000 meters and the seven highest points in all seven continents to create awareness and drive action towards achieving the UN Global Goals. He has been awarded REX Karam — Veer Chakra and became the 2041 Antarctic Youth Ambassador from India.

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