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Be positive, says mountaineer Anshu

Mountaineer Anshu Jamsenpa, who climbed to Mount Everest twice in five days recently, opined that positive thinking always helps an individual in achieving expected goals. Attending the ‘Meet the Press’ program of Guwahati Press Club on Saturday morning, the young mountaineer from Arunachal Pradesh also added that a strong determination and dedication to one’s work cam make an individual successful.

Anshu, who is yet to be 40, created the world record being the first woman to scale Everest twice in five days. The mother of two children also made the national record of conquering the top of the world for fifth time. Her husband Tsering Wange, who is based in Bomdila and a former president of All Arunachal Pradesh Mountaineering and Adventure Sports Association, remains helpful for the climber in all aspects.

Prior to the interactive session, Anshu was felicitated by the members of the press club with a traditional Gamocha and Japi. She expressed her gratitude to the media fraternity all along her career. Earlier Assam Governor Banwarilal Purohit and State chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal felicitated her in separate occasions.

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