COLD

  • Hope there isn't another Cold War: Hillary Clinton on Crimean tension March 19, 2014

    Russia annexed Crimea on Tuesday despite warnings from the United States and western allies. Hillary Clinton weighed in on the conflict between Russia and the West saying that it all boils down to a 'clash of values'. ...
  • Another winter storm hits US, over 4,000 flights affected January 23, 2014

    Residents of the northeastern United States on Wednesday dug out from a deadly winter storm that dumped more than 15 inches of snow in some places, with frigid temperatures forcing school closings and extensive flight delays and cancellations. ...
  • North India shivers as cold wave continues January 19, 2014

    Cold conditions continue to prevail in North India. Snowfall in Uttrakhand has dropped the temperature further down. In Delhi too, rains have intensified the cold wave. Fifteen people have lost their lives so far in Uttar Pradesh and ten others have died due to the cold wave in the capital....
  • Winter woes in the US, people and animals battle cold January 8, 2014

    The freeze across the US has broken records, and is proving to be harsh even for polar bears and penguins, forced to take shelter indoors. Schools have shut because of the cold in the USA. ...
  • Delhi: Fog to continue till January 9 January 6, 2014

    The national capital woke up to a foggy morning on Monday with the minimum temperature settling down at 6.4 degree Celsius, one degree below normal. The Met Department has predicted fog for the next 23 days. ...
  • After heavy snowfall, US Met dept issues flood alert January 4, 2014

    Although the storm has eased up in northeastern region of US, officials say that the bitter cold and winds will remain in the area.The US weather department has now also issued a flood alert. According to experts, temperatures could drop drastically, falling 20 to 30 degrees below normal. Boston, which was...
  • Watch: Gulmarg hills covered with 3 to 5 feet of snow December 24, 2013

    In the Gulmarg range of forests, 3 to 5 feet of snow has accumulated in the mountains. In the plains of Gulmarg, 1 foot of snow has become quite an attraction for the tourists. ...
  • Cold wave in North India leaves tourists stranded December 23, 2013

    Northern India was fully in the grip of cold weather conditions with widespread snowfall in the hilly areas even as the winter claimed its first casualties in Jammu and Kashmir where two teenage girls lost their lives after being trapped beneath an avalanche. The traffic movement on 300km long Jammu...
  • Fresh snowfall in Himachal; temperature drops in northern India February 16, 2013

    Tourist spot of Solang Nala in Manali has taken cover of 9 inch of snow so far. ...
  • Heavy western disturbance behind snow, rainfall across N India: Met Dept February 5, 2013

    Delhi saw massive traffic jams and waterlogged streets as it received the highest rainfall in February since 1942. ...
  • Temperature in North India may dip further from Feb 7: MeT department February 5, 2013

    The chill continued in North India. The national capital has been witnessing heavy rains for two consecutive days now. The MeT department says more rain, thunderstorms and hail are likely during the day in the region. ...
  • Watch: As cold grips North India, monkey enjoys bonfire in UP January 7, 2013

    As the cold wave grip North India, even a monkey couldn't resist a warm bonfire in Barabanki in Uttar Pradesh. ...
  • Watch: No respite from cold for people in night shelters January 4, 2013

    Even as North India shivers due to extreme cold conditions, there is no respite for the poor who are taking night shelters to protect themselves against the harsh weather. Most of them allege that basic amenities like blankets and firewood exist only on papers and never reach them. ...
  • Srinagar records season's coldest day at 3.9 degree Celsius January 3, 2013

    Srinagar recorded season's coldest day on Thursday at 3.9 degree Celsius. With the dipping temperature in the city, water has frozen and fog has descended on streets. ...
  • J&K battles cold wave, power cuts make life more difficult December 28, 2012

    Srinagar is freezing at 1 degree Celsius, and temperatures are likely to dip further. ...
  • J&K avalanche: Search for 2 jawans still on February 25, 2012

    Another jawan has died in the avalanche that took place in Gurez on Thursday. ...
  • Cold wave hits North India, Mumbai February 9, 2012

    The mercury plunged to 4 degrees in Delhi making it the coldest day in February in 30 years. ...
  • Europe continues to reel under cold wave, 250 dead February 8, 2012

    At least 250 people have died due to cold in Europe even as more record low temperatures and snow are in the forecast. ...
  • IAF rescues 1100 people stranded in Kashmir January 22, 2012

    Nearly 3000 vehicles have been stranded on J&K National Highway following heavy snowfall for the last 2 days. ...
  • South India under spell of cold wave, 15 die in AP January 18, 2012

    The minimum in Mysore fell to an alltime record of 7.7 degrees Celsius on January 16, the lowest in the last 120 years. ...
  • North India shivers, mercury dips in Kashmir January 18, 2012

    The water suppy and electricity has got affected due to the extreme cold climate in North India. ...
  • Kashmir: Cold troubles migratory birds January 13, 2012

    The cold wave conditions in Kashmir over the last few days have not only affected the local population but migratory birds too are hit. They're now struggling to find food because the wetlands have frozen completely. ...
  • FTN: Are night shelters in winter not a priority for the govt? January 12, 2012

    How much money has been spent in providing night shelters for the homeless as north India endures a chilly winter? ...
  • Electricity restored in parts of Kashmir January 10, 2012

    Even as electricity was restored, Jammu & Kashmir continued to shiver with Srinagar recording a low of minus 4.2 degrees. ...
  • Punjab snowfall: It's a first in decades January 8, 2012

    It's the first snowfall in Punjab in the recent past. Heavy snowfall was reported from Dhar block in Pathankot on Saturday. This is the first time in recent memory that Punjab has reported snowfall. Ecstatic children took to the snow, making snow balls and enjoying the freeze. ...
  • Dal lake frozen as N India reels under cold wave January 2, 2012

    New Delhi: North India is reeling under the cold wave. In Srinagar, the Dal Lake remains partially frozen. The temperature in Leh has dipped to minus 19, while Kargil shivers at minus 14. ...
  • Who will provide night shelters to the homeless? December 21, 2011

    Seventyfive people have been killed by cold this year and thousands are at risk. ...
  • J&K: Cold wave disrupts road, air traffic December 2, 2011

    Intense fog also resulted in cancellation of over 10 flights to and from Srinagar. The SrinagarLeh highway has also been closed. ...
  • CJ Bipin demands for more shelters for homeless November 26, 2011

    Out in the cold, CJ Bipin shows how Delhi's homeless shelters are inadequate. ...
  • Army men in Jammu fighting fog and snow January 14, 2011

    JammuSrinagar highway was closed due to heavy snowfall and jawans at International border are facing problems. ...