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Intense Cold Wave Kills Three Including Two Tourists from Delhi In Himachal Pradesh

Intense Cold Wave Kills Three Including Two Tourists from Delh...

Three persons, including two tourists from Delhi, have died in Himachal Pradesh which is reeling under intense cold wave. Severe cold wave conditions remained in the northern plains, where parts of Haryana experienced near-freezing temperatures. ... Indiatimes, 2 days ago
Cold wave intensifies in HP, thick fog engulfs towns Press Trust of India, 1 month ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier

Heavy snowfall & rains in several parts of Himachal Pradesh

The entire tribal belt of Lahaul and Spiti, Kinnaur, Pangi and Bharmaur and upper areas of Shimla, Kullu and Sirmaur were cut off from rest of the state while mid and higher hills today received second heavy snowfall of the season and the lower hills ...
 Business Standard5 days ago Heavy snowfall and rains in several parts of Himachal Pradesh  ZeeNews.com5 days ago

Fresh snow cuts off high-altitude areas

Normal life was thrown out of gear and upper Shimla and tribal Kinnaur areas were cut off from the rest of the state and power supply was disrupted in and around the town as the region experienced second heavy snowfall of the season. The tribal ...
 Chandigarh Tribune5 days ago Higher reaches of Himachal Pradesh witness snowfall  Oneindia2 weeks ago Mild snowfall in high altitude in HP, temp plummets  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago

HP: Traffic on NH-5 affected due to heavy snowfall

The traffic on National Highway - 5 in Himachal Pradesh moved at snail's pace on Monday after heavy snowfall near Kufri and other higher reaches of the state. Himachal Pradesh: Snowfall in Kufri; traffic on NH 5 affected due slippery roads after ...
 Oneindia2 weeks ago
Times of Oman

Cold wave sweeps North India

Cold weather continued to grip parts of North India on Sunday and a blanket of fog enveloped several areas of the region affecting road and rail traffic. Delhiites experienced a cold yet pleasant New Year as the day began with a sunny morning and ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago Cold wave continues in north India  Press Trust of India2 weeks ago Cold wave continues in north India, fog disrupts rail, road traffic  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

Snowfall in Kufri cheers up tourists

Thousands of tourists who thronged Shimla to ring in New Year were disappointed as snow eluded the Queen of Hills, but mild snowfall in Kufri, Fagu and Narkanda late in the afternoon cheered them up. Ecstatic tourists enjoyed the snowfall which ...
 Chandigarh Tribune2 weeks ago

Thousands stranded as 90 trains delayed due to fog

Thousands of passengers were stranded on Monday, as 90 trains were delayed and 16 cancelled due to dense fog in parts of north India. According to a Northern Railway official, the Lichchvi Express was running 34 hours behind its schedule, the ...
 Nagaland Post1 month ago

Dense fog kills 13 in road mishaps in Uttar Pradesh, Bihar

New Delhi: At least 13 people were killed in road mishaps in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar with dense fog affecting visibility in north India even as cold wave conditions in Himachal Pradesh and Jammu and Kashmir intensified further due to a fresh spell ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago 13 killed in road mishaps due to fog in north India  Press Trust of India1 month ago At least 13 killed in road mishaps due to fog in North India: Reports  Indian Express1 month ago
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