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Ballard (British) and Danile Nardi (Italian), has reached the Chilas town of Gilgit-Baltistan and from there it will leave for the expedition on Tuesday,' Ali Mohammad Saltoro, owner of Alpine Adventures Guides, the only company in Pakistan that has organized winter expeditions to Nanaga Parbat during the past five years, told reporter on Sunday.
Mr Nardi faces 48 charges of criminal deception by claiming he was entitled to benefit from cheques issued by ABTA and procuring ABTA employees to accept cheques by falsely representing that various companies, including Chiltern Consultants and Inflight Travel and Tourism, were members of the association, which owed money to companies named as Blakes and Sunbeam Europe Holidays.
Despite their finicky nature, recirculating tanks can offer big advantages over conventional aquaculture, Nardi says.
Daniele Nardi, 42, and Tom Ballard, 30, went missing 10 days ago from the Mummery Spur, 6,300 metres high on Nanga Parbat.
Apart from branded leather seats, the roadster gains specially badged scuff plates, chrome air vent bezels, chrome centre panel and two-tone Nardi steering wheel.
Nardi had attempted the Nanga Parbat summit in winter several times in the past.
The Italian climbers, Tom Ballard and Daniele Nardi were reported missing from altitude of 6300 meters on February 24, 2019 during their winter expedition to defeat Nanga Parbat, the mountain infamous in the world for high mortality rate of mountaineers.
ISLAMABAD -- The bodies of Tom Ballard and Daniele Nardi, climbers from Britain and Italy, who went missing during their attempt to scale Nanga Parbat, have been found nearly two weeks after the pair went missing, the Italian ambassador announced on Saturday.
The search for Tom and Italian Daniele Nardi, who were last heard from on February 24, was called off.
Tom Ballard, 31, was climbing Nanga Parbat - the world's ninth-highest mountain - in Pakistan with Daniele Nardi when they lost contact on February 24.
Tom, 30, and Italian Daniele Nardi, 42, lost contact while climbing 8,000m Nanga Parbat in Pakistan.
Briton Tom Ballard, whose mother died on K2, was climbing Nanga Parbat in Pakistan with Italian Daniele Nardi when they lost contact on February 24.