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Day temperatures rise marginally in parts of Himachal Pradesh

Sundernagar registered a maximum temperature of 35.6 degrees Celsius, followed by Bhuntar 34 degrees Celsius, Nahan 33.9 degrees Celsius, Solan 33.6 degrees Celsius and Dharamsala 32.6 degrees Celsius. DNA, 1 month ago

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The mid and lower hills experienced widespread rains and

Banjar and Gohar had 28 mm and 24 mm of rains, followed by, Sundernagar 21 mm, Jhandutta 20 mm, Mandi and Seobagh 19 mm.
 DNA2 months ago

Temps drop marginally in HP after thunderstorms, rains

Minimum temperatures dropped marginally in Himachal Pradesh today as several parts of the state were lashed by thunderstorms and rains, the MeT office said. However, there was no significant change in the maximum day temperatures, which were two to three ...
 Business Standard3 hours ago Lower hills of Himachal Pradesh experience scorching heat  Business Standard1 month ago Max temperatures rise marginally across Himachal Pradesh  Business Standard1 month ago Marginal drop in minimum temperatures in HP  Business Standard1 month ago
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Rains bring respite to north India, Odisha reels under heat

Rains occurred at many northern states bringing respite from the scorching heat even as Odisha continued to sizzle and Nalgonda in Telangana recorded a maximum of 46.2 degrees Celsius. Rains accompanied by dust storm and thunderstorm lashed the national ...
 Business Standard23 hours ago Jaisalmer sizzles at 45.6 degrees as north India faces summer heat  Rediff.com1 month ago

Mercury drops in Himachal Pradesh after rains, hailstorm

Parts of Himachal Pradesh, including its capital Shimla, witnessed severe thunder squall followed by heavy rains and hailstorm causing a dip in maximum temperatures in the state. Rains and hailstorm disrupted power supply and reduced visibility, forcing ...
 Business Standard23 hours ago Snowfall, rain in tribal areas of Himachal  Business Standard2 weeks ago Rain, thunderstorm in many parts of Himachal Pradesh  Business Standard3 weeks ago Snowfall in Himachal, 4 killed in rain-related incidents  Business Standard1 month ago

Mercury rises across Himachal, Una hottest at 42.2 deg C

The mercury rose across Himachal Pradesh today with Una in the Shivalik foothills recording a high of 42.2 degrees Celsius, 5.6 degrees above normal. The local MeT office predicted rain or snow at isolated places in higher hills for the next six days and rain ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Mercury rises in Himachal Pradesh, Una sizzles at 40.5 deg C  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Management student's body found from under construction bldng

Body of a Management student, who was doing internship in a private bank here was today recovered from an under-construction building in busy Bistupur market place, police said. From the identify card and aadhar card, the body was identified as that ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Himachal: Four go missing after car plunges into BBMB canal

On 15 April,One person survived and four went missing at midnight, after a car they were riding in rolled into the Bhakra Beas Management Board (BBMB) canal located in the Sundernagar area of Mandi district. The rescue and search operation is underway.
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Dry, hot day in parts of HP; light rainfall in Shimla

Parts of Himachal Pradesh experienced dry and hot day with overcast conditions in the evening, while the state capital Shimla and its surrounding areas received light rainfall. Mercury reached a high of 38.8 degrees Celsius at Una, eight notches above normal, ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

No new private college will get grant-in-aid: Virbhadra

Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh today said no new private college would be given grant-in-aid and these colleges must generate their own resources. Presiding over the annual function of MLSM College in Sundernagar, he said the government would ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
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