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Cold Wave Grips North India: Dal Lake Freezes In J&K And Sub-Zero Nights In Rajasthan

Cold Wave Grips North India: Dal Lake Freezes In J&K And Sub-Zero Nights In Rajasthan

12 January 2022

The minimum temperature in Delhi on Monday was recorded at 3.2 degrees Celcius, five notches below normal and the lowest this season so far. The cold wave is likely to continue till Wednesday, as per IMD.

Sri Lanka: 26 People Dead As Torrential Rainfall Batters The Island Country

Sri Lanka: 26 People Dead As Torrential Rainfall Batters The Island Country

18 January 2022

The weather bureau said a low pressure area in the south-east Bay of Bengal that was indirectly responsible for the heavy rainfalls in the country is now...


Sri Lanka: 26 People Dead As Torrential Rainfall Batters The Island Country

The weather bureau said a low pressure area in the south-east Bay of Bengal that was indirectly responsible for the heavy rainfalls in the country is now...

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Cold Wave Grips North India: Dal Lake Freezes In J&K And Sub-Zero Nights In Rajasthan

Cold Wave Grips North India: Dal Lake Freezes In J&K And Sub-Zero Nights In Rajasthan

The minimum temperature in Delhi on Monday was recorded at 3.2 degrees Celcius, five notches below normal and the lowest this season so far. The cold wave is likely to continue till Wednesday, as per IMD.

12 January 2022
Sri Lanka: 26 People Dead As Torrential Rainfall Batters The Island Country

Sri Lanka: 26 People Dead As Torrential Rainfall Batters The Island Country

The weather bureau said a low pressure area in the south-east Bay of Bengal that was indirectly responsible for the heavy rainfalls in the country is now moving towards southern India.

18 January 2022
Sri Lanka: 26 People Dead As Torrential Rainfall Batters The Island Country

Sri Lanka: 26 People Dead As Torrential Rainfall Batters The Island Country

The weather bureau said a low pressure area in the south-east Bay of Bengal that was indirectly responsible for the heavy rainfalls in the country is now moving towards southern India.

18 January 2022
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