Nepal bans Indian police couple for faking Everest climb - The Hindu

Nepal has imposed a 10-year mountaineering ban on an Indian couple who faked photographs purporting to show them at the top of Mount Everest, an official said on Tuesday. Dinesh and Tarakeshwari Rathod, both police constables, said they reached the ...and more »

Nepal says Indian couple faked Everest climb - Times of India

KATHMANDU: Nepal mountaineering authorities have determined that an Indian couple faked a Mount Everest ascent earlier this year by altering photographs to make it appear they were on the summit, officials said on Tuesday. Mountaineering Department ...and more »

Nepal bans Indian police pair for 'fake' Everest climb - The Kathmandu Post

Aug 31, 2016- Nepal has imposed a 10-year mountaineering ban on two climbers who claimed to be the first Indian couple to have climbed Everest, officials say. A government investigation concluded on Monday that photographs purporting to show the pair ...and more »

An Indian Couple Has Been Banned From Everest for 10 Years After They Lied About Climbing It - TIME

Nepal on Tuesday issued a 10-year ban on an Indian couple, after their claim that they successfully scaled Mount Everest — and the photos they shared showing them at the summit — were debunked by an investigation. The Nepal Tourism Board also ...and more »

Nepal bans Pune police couple for 10 years over 'fake' Everest claims - The Indian Express

Dinesh and Tarkeshwari Rathod, both serving constables with Pune police, announced they scaled Everest on May 23, becoming the first Indian couple to do so. 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. Written by MANOJ MORE | Pune ...and more »

Nepal slaps 10-year climbing ban on Pune cop couple - Mid-Day

The Pune-based constable couple, Dinesh and Tarakeshwari Rathod, have been banned from climbing in Nepal for the next decade and their Everest certificates have been cancelled. Satyarup Siddhanta's original photo, which was morphed by ...and more »

Suspicions Confirmed: Couple Faked Photographs in Everest Climb - New York Times

Trekkers near the Mount Everest base camp in Nepal in February. Credit Tashi Sherpa/Associated Press. KATHMANDU, Nepal — Mountaineers were dubious in June, when Dinesh and Tarakeshwari Rathod announced that they had achieved a lifelong goal, ...and more »

Everest hoax: Nepal bans Pune cop couple for 10 years - The Hindu

Nearly two months after it initiated an investigation, the Nepal government has imposed a 10-year ban on Maharashtra police couple, Dinesh and Tarakeshwari Rathod, barring them from entering that country for falsifying claims of their ascent on Mount ...and more »

Indian climbers banned from Nepal over fake Everest photos - Telegraph.co.uk

Tourism Department official Gyanendra Shrestha said a government investigation had confirmed complaints by other climbers that the Indian couple had doctored photographs to show themselves at the top of the world's highest mountain. "We have revoked ...and more »

Nepal imposes 10-year ban on Pune Police couple for faking Mount Everest climb - International Business Times, India Edition

The couple have gone in hiding since the state police launched an inquiry into the matter. Devyani Sultania. August 29, 2016 16:53 IST. Mount EverestReuters. The Nepal government has banned a couple from Pune for 10 years over alleged false claims that ...and more »