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Himachal turns white, tourists enjoy hurling snowballs

SHIMLA:  The Himachal Pradesh capital along with Manali and Dalhousie on Tuesday witnessed the season's heaviest snowfall that snapped road links. However, tourists made merry, hurling snowballs at each another.

White hills in Himachal, tourists make merry

SHIMLA:  The Himachal Pradesh capital and picturesque Manali and Dalhousie on Tuesday witnessed more snow that snapped road links, however, tourists made merry by hurling snowballs at one another.

Adulterated Desi Ghee set to be Smuggled in a Milk Tanker, Caught - Pannu

CHANDIGARH: Timely action by Food Safety Team Mansa, prevented a desi ghee adulterator from supplying the spurious content hidden carefully in a milk tanker, informed KS Pannu, Commissioner Food Safety Punjab.

Adulterated Desi Ghee set to be Smuggled in a Milk Tanker, Caught - Pannu

CHANDIGARH: Timely action by Food Safety Team Mansa, prevented a desi ghee adulterator from supplying the spurious content hidden carefully in a milk tanker, informed KS Pannu, Commissioner Food Safety Punjab.

Here is another opportunity to see snow in Himachal

SHIMLA:  If you missed the snowfall in the hills of Himachal Pradesh last week, here is another opportunity.

Thousands of revellers gather in Himachal to bid goodbye to 2018

SHIMLA / MAMALI: Tens of thousands of holidaymakers on Monday gathered across resorts in Himachal Pradesh to bid goodbye to 2018.

‘Want the war to stop’: 8-year-old’s tragic story makes her symbol of Yemen unrest

SANA: Buthaina Mansur al-Rimi’s life has changed drastically since last year -- orphaned in Sanaa, the little girl controversially ended up in Saudi Arabia for medical care and has just returned to Yemen’s capital.

Manali, Kalpa in Himachal get snowfall

SHIMLA: Some parts of Himachal Pradesh on Thursday received snowfall but it continued to elude the capital, Met said.

Indonesian rescuers use drones as tsunami death toll crosses 400

REUTERS: Indonesian rescuers on Tuesday used drones and sniffer dogs to search for survivors along the devastated west coast of Java hit by a tsunami that killed at least 429 people.

DJB approves Rs. 376 crores for rejuvenation of 159 lakes all over Delhi

NEW DELHI: In a major decision, which would help recharge groundwater, create additional reserves of water among other benefits, the Delhi Jal Board on Monday December 24 approved the proposal for Rejuvenation of 159 water-bodies all over Delhi along with the creation of 2 mega lakes at Nilothi STP and Rohini STP. Rs. 376 crores were approved for rejuvenation of 159 lakes while more than Rs. 77 crores were approved for creation of two mega lakes.

Shimla gets season's first snowfall

SHIMLA: Himachal Pradesh's picturesque resorts of Shimla and Manali woke up on Wednesday to a white blanket of snow which was the season's first snowfall in the state capital, the weather bureau said.

Fire in Mumbai’s Aarey Colony, spread over 3-4km, doused after 4 hours; cause not yet known

MUMBAI:  A massive fire broke out behind Infinity IT Park in Goregaon (East), on near Aarey colony on Monday evening. Spreading rapidly over three to four kilometres, it blazed for over four hours. By 10.30pm, the fire been brought under control and cooling operations were underway. The Mumbai Fire Brigade has classified it as a Level 3 (major) fire and the cause of the fire is as yet unknown. No casualties were reported.

Ayodhya turns into fortress ahead of Uddhav Thackeray’s visit, VHP’s Dharam Sabha

LUCKNOW: Ayodhya turned into a virtual fortress on Friday ahead of VHP’s Dharam Sabha with the state police beefing up security of the temple town, particularly at the disputed site, but allowed the devotees to have ‘darshan’ at the makeshift temple in small batches.

Protests, shutdown in Kerala as Sabarimala opens for 2-month pilgrimage

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Devotees complained of difficulties due to the heavy restrictions at the Sabarimala temple which opened for darshan at 5 am today amid a shutdown call by rightwing outfits over the detention of protesters and a Hindu woman leader.

20 dead, over 80,000 evacuated as Cyclone Gaja hits Tamil Nadu

CHENNAI: Cyclone Gaja which crossed Tamil Nadu’s coast early Friday, has claimed 20 lives, says a press release issued by the Tamil Nadu government on Friday. The severe cyclonic storm slammed into the Tamil Nadu coast between Nagapattinam and nearby Vedaranniyam bringing with it heavy rain, and causing severe damage to communication and power infrastructure, mainly in Nagapattinam district.

Cyclone Gaja claims 2 lives in Tamil Nadu’s Cuddalore

CHENNAI: At least two people were killed and one was injured in Cuddalore district on Friday as Cyclone Gaja slammed into the Tamil Nadu coast between Nagapattinam and nearby Vedaranniyam uprooting trees and destroying houses in its path and leaving thousands without electricity.

Manali, Narkanda get season's 1st snowfall

SHIMLA: There was overnight moderate snowfall in Manali and Narkanda, the season's first, a Met official said on Thursday as snow continued to elude the Himachal Pradesh capital here.

Carjacking ignites Pathankot-like attack fear in Punjab

CHANDIGARH: A massive search operation is on here in the frontier areas in Punjab on Wednesday after four suspected terrorists hijacked a taxi at gunpoint causing fears of a Pathankot airbase-like attack that took place in 2016.

Modi celebrates Diwali with Army, ITBP in Uttarakhand

DEHRADUN: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday celebrated Diwali with the personnel of Army and Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP), mandated to guard 3,488 km Sino-India border, in Uttarakhand and said that India was taking great strides forward in the defence sector.

Punjab Police arrest two Kashmiri students for police station blast

CHANDIGARH: Punjab Police on Monday arrested two engineering students from J&K for their role in grenade blasts at a police station in Jalandhar on September 14, claiming to unearth a major terror network linking a Kashmiri group to Pakistan-based Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM).

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