Tue, April 24, 2018

Cold revives in Himachal with snow, rain

Shimla: Temperatures across Himachal Pradesh plummeted sharply on Friday with the high-altitude areas getting mild spells of snow while there was rainfall in many...

Rain, snow lash Jammu and Kashmir

Srinagar : A fresh spell of rainfall lashed the plains of Jammu and Kashmir while the higher reaches received moderate snowfall on Friday. "Widespread rain...

Heavy snowfall on Uttarakhand hills

Image Courtesy : India Today Dehradun : Heavy snowfall was reported on Thursday from the hilly tracts of Uttarakhand, including Hemkund Saheb, Badrinath a...

Night temperatures improve in J&K

Jammu/Srinagar : Minimum temperatures throughout Jammu and Kashmir improved on Thursday as weather office forecast light rain till Tuesday. "The minimum te...

More snow in Shimla, Manali; traffic hampered

Shimla: Popular tourist destinations Shimla and Manali continued to experience more snowfall on the second day on Tuesday, while lower hills across Himachal Prades...

Heavy snowfall in Kashmir Valley as rain lashes Jammu

Jammu/Srinagar: Moderate to heavy snowfall started in the valley as rain lashed the plains on Monday breaking the nearly two-month long dry spell in Jammu and Kash...

Ozone layer still depleting: Study

Image Courtesy : Eco Globe London : Contrary to expectations, the ozone layer which protects life on Earth from high-energy radiation is actually thinning out...

Temperatures dip further in J&K

A view of snow clad Pahalgam of Jammu and Kashmir  Srinagar: Minimum temperatures continued their free fall in the Kashmir Valley and the Ladakh region on Satu...

Minimum temperatures in J&K dive again

Srinagar: "The weather is likely to remain dry in Jammu and Kashmir in the next 24-hours with minimum temperatures expected to fall further," a Met offic...

Misty Wednesday morning in Delhi, 22 trains cancelled

Img:Foggy Morning (file photo) New Delhi: It was a misty Wednesday morning here with the minimum temperature recorded at 9.9 degrees Celsius, one notch above the se...
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