Cold conditions abated in Punjab and Haryana with the minimum temperature Wednesday rising by a few notches above normal at several places in the two neighbouring states.
Overnight rains lashed many areas of Kashmir including summer capital Srinagar, even as the cold wave tightened its grip with the minimum temperatures dipping in most parts of the Valley.
Cold conditions prevailed in many places of Punjab and Haryana Monday with night temperature hovering below normal.
Cold conditions prevailed in Punjab and Haryana with minimum temperature dipping by few notches below normal at various places.
Cold conditions Thursday abated at many places in Punjab and Haryana as minimum temperatures rose by a couple of notches above normal.
Many places in Punjab and Haryana Tuesday experienced a cold night with Hisar being the coldest place at a minimum of five degrees Celsius in the region.
The tribal areas and other higher hills of Himachal reeled under bone chilling cold conditions as mercury stayed several notches below the freezing point while day temperatures rose by few degrees across the state.
People across India face the wrath of dipping mercury, as the cold wave further intensified in several parts of the country.
Cold conditions prevailed in large parts of Punjab and Haryana, with Amritsar the coldest place in the region at 4 degrees Celsius.
Cold conditions continued to persist in
Punjab and Haryana with minimum temperatures
hovering below normal.
Higher reaches of Himalayas today
received fresh snowfall in Uttarakhand while most of the lower areas experienced rainfall bringing cold conditions in the hill state.
Rains lashed many parts of Punjab and Haryana where cold conditions continued to prevail
at some places.
Cold conditions continued
unabated in Kashmir division as Kargil town was the coldest
place in the region at a low of minus 21 degrees Celsius.
Biting cold has affected normal life in parts of Rajasthan where Churu recorded a minimum temperature of 1.5 degree Celsius, 3 degrees below normal.
Cold conditions continue to
sweep various parts of Punjab and Haryana with Amritsar city,
at 3.3 degree Celsius, registering the lowest temperature in
The cold conditions on Friday started
phasing out as mercury shot up by two to five degrees Celsius
With the mercury dipping further
in Uttar Pradesh, at least 23 persons were killed in cold and
fog related incidents in the state since last evening taking
the death toll to 379 this winter.
Biting cold sweeping North India
claimed 288 lives with 30 more deaths reported from Uttar
Pradesh on Monday, even as flight and train operations were normal
in the absence of fog.
Day in Pics: 29th August
August 29, 2014
Famous Ganesh Pandals in Mumbai