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Chandigarh coldest at 2.3 C as cold wave engulfs north
Millennium Post

Rains continue to lash Punjab, Haryana

Union Territory of Chandigarh received rainfall of 54.4 mm while its minimum was recorded at 13.4 degrees Celsius, two notches above normal, a MeT department report said. Among other places in Punjab, Amritsar, Ludhiana and Patiala were lashed by 77 mm, 41.5 ... Jagran Post, 5 hours ago
PTI - WEATHER-PB - Rains continue to lash Punjab, Haryana Namibia Press Agency, 7 hours ago
Pleasant morning in Punjab, Haryana Press Trust of India, 1 week ago
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Cold wave conditions persist in Haryana, Punjab

with the day temperatures across the two states registering a significant slump. Residents in Union Territory of Chandigarh braved cold winds throughout the day as temperature plummeted to 10.5 degrees Celsius. Maximum temperature here was recorded ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Little respite from cold in Punjab, Haryana  New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Cold conditions abate in Punjab, Haryana  Press Trust of India3 weeks ago Cold conditions continue in Haryana and Punjab  ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago
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Chandigarh coldest at 3.2 Celsius; fog disrupts life in Punjab and Haryana

RNA Research & Archives Union Territory of Chandigarh recorded season's coldest night at 3.2 degrees Celsius as severe chill swept the city with fog affecting normal life at many places in Punjab and Haryana. A bright sun shine greeted the ...
 DNA India2 months ago Chandigarh coldest at 3.2 C; fog disrupts life  Press Trust of India2 months ago Chandigarh coldest at 3.2 degrees C; fog disrupts life in Punjab and Haryana  ZeeNews.com2 months ago Chandigarh coldest at 3.2 degree C; fog disrupts life in Punjab & Haryana  Economic Times2 months ago

Mercury dips as rain lashes Punjab, Haryana

to moderate rains lashed parts of Haryana and Punjab along with high velocity winds dropping the temperature levels across the region on Sunday. The minimum temperatures hovered between eight degrees Celsius above normal to two notches below normal ...
 New Delhi Pioneer19 hours ago PTI - WEATHER-PB - Rains lashes Pb, Har; Minimum temperature above normal levels  Namibia Press Agency5 days ago Rains lashes Pb, Har; Minimum temperature above normal levels  Business Standard5 days ago

Cold conditions prevail in most parts of Punjab and Haryana

Chandigarh: Cold conditions continued to persist in most parts of Punjab and Haryana with Amritsar remaining the coldest place in the region. The minimum temperatures, though, at most of the places hovered around normal levels. Amritsar in Punjab ...
 ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago Cold wave prevails in Punjab, Haryana; Amritsar coldest at 3 C  ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago

Mild cold conditions prevail in north

oday even as Kashmir Valley reeled under temperatures below the freezing point. In the national capital, it was a pleasant morning with minimum temperature settling at 8.3 degrees Celsius, one notch below yesterday's 9.3 degrees. The maximum in the ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago Cold spell continues in north India as weatherman hints at rain  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Cold spell continues in north as weatherman hints at rain  Financial Express1 month ago
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Cold wave returns in north India; fresh spell of snowfall in Gulmarg

Cold wave was back in vast swathes of north India today bringing down minimum temperatures after two days of relief provided by rain. However, night temperatures went up across the Kashmir Valley, where famous ski-resort Gulmarg witnessed a fresh ...
 Financial Express1 month ago Cold Wave Brings Down Min Temp in the North After Brief Relief  Outlook India1 month ago Cold wave returns in north India: Fresh spell of ...  Firstpost.com1 month ago
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Severe cold wave sweeps Haryana, Punjab; two killed

Chandigarh, Dec 26 (PTI) Severe cold wave swept across most parts of Punjab and Haryana, affecting normal life and leading to the death of two people. Minimum temperatures dipped remarkably across the two states and the Union Territory of ...
 Press Trust of India2 months ago PTI - COLD-PB - Severe cold wave sweeps Haryana, Punjab; two killed  Namibia Press Agency2 months ago Two dead as severe cold wave sweeps Haryana, Punjab  Rediff.com2 months ago
Business Standard India

Bird flu scare takes toll on poultry industry

Peak season prices for poultry products go down by 10-15% across the country Komal Amit Gera | Chandigarh December 25, 2014 Last Updated at 11:04 IST The demand for poultry products has been hit in the peak demand season due to bird flu scare in ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago

Mercury hovers above normal in north; snow, rain in Kashmir

NEW DELHI: Mercury hovered above normal levels in most parts of north Indian plains today while temperatures dipped in Kashmir Valley in the wake of continuous rain and fresh snowfall. It was a sunny day in the national capital as the maximum ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 week ago Mercury settles above normal; rain, snow likely in JK, HP  Daily Excelsior.com6 days ago Fresh spells of snow and rain predicted in Kashmir, Himachal  India Today6 days ago Barring parts of J&K, mercury rises in north India  Business Standard India3 weeks ago
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