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Funny story: Olympics: Nepal registers Yeti for 100 metres

Olympics: Nepal registers Yeti for 100 metres

The Nepalese Olympic Committee was ridiculed last night after announcing its intention to field The Yeti in the 100 metres sprint at London 2012. During a press conference in Kathmandu, Committee Chairman Prem Hayu insisted that the time was righ...
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Funny story: China and Nepal slowly crush India

China and Nepal slowly crush India

Nepal are to re-measure Mount Everest after a dispute with China about its true height. After watching a geology show on BBC HD with Richard Hammond last night, our intrepid reporter Taribo West knows how mountains are formed. "Basically, its two...
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Funny story: International dispute over the height of Everest

International dispute over the height of Everest

Everest is the highest mountain on planet Earth, every school child knows this, but how high is it? In 1858, Chinese and Nepalese geographers calculated the height and came up with two different figures. China maintains that Everest is 8844 metres...
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Funny story: Army Honours 1878 Gurkha Agreement

Army Honours 1878 Gurkha Agreement

The British Army has today agreed to honour an agreement made in 1860 by the then Head of British High Command in India, Flight Lieutenant Osprey Dogegg-Jackson.
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