KOLKATA: The city is experiencing its longest cold spell since 2004.
NEW DELHI: The mercury again fell to 4.2 degrees Celsius on Tuesday — three notches below normal. This was the capital's joint coldest day of the season.
NEW DELHI: Cold conditions prevailed in the national capital with the city recording a maximum temperature of 21 degrees & minimum temperature of 7 degrees, while dense fog led to disruption of
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According to the IMD’s forecast for the coming week, the temperatures are expected to rise one degree every day, touching 20 degrees by Friday.
Jaipur: Cold wave conditions revived in the state on Sunday when majority of the places witnessed a dip in the mercury.
Kargil, in the cold desert of the Ladakh region, shivered at -20 degrees Celsius, making it one of the coldest places in northern India, as dense fog in Delhi delayed nearly 200 flights and forced
HYDERABAD: Mercury levels in Adilabad and Khammam are expected to plummet significantly as the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a severe cold wave warning for the next three days in th
LUCKNOW: Cold wave conditions continue unabated in Uttar Pradesh with several parts of the state recording a fall in day temperatures on Thursday.
ALLAHABAD: On the second day in continuation, Allahabad received ample sunshine all day through but the bright sunshine was ineffective against the prevailing 'galan' (cold breeze).
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