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High-altitude Illness Affects Pilgrims of Mansarovar

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While the trips to Mount Kailash and Mansarovar Lake organised by the government of India have a fitness requirement, unscrupulous tour operators, out to make a fast buck, tend to ignore medical precautions and cram in as many people as possible.

According to estimates made by the Indian embassy here, about six to seven deaths are reported from the Mansarovar route every year. This year, there are rumours of another Indian pilgrim having died on the same route but they could not be officially confirmed immediately.

(Source: IANS)
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