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La Niña to return in September, may continue till winter

Hindustan Times 26 Jul 2021
While above average rains are likely in August and September when La Niña conditions set in once again, IMD scientists said it was too early to give specific forecasts. PUBLISHED ON JUL 26, 2021 04.20 PM IST ... The western end is likely to shift northward during next 24 hours bringing widespread rains to the western Himalayas ... ....
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Bihar receives heavy rain, red alert for north districts till July 2

Hindustan Times 30 Jun 2021
Southwest monsoon remained active over north Bihar, which triggered very heavy rain at a few places while light to moderate rain occurred at remaining parts of the state in the past 24 hours, said officials of Patna Meteorological Centre on Wednesday ... Besides, moist easterly winds are likely to pick up strength within 24 hours.
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112-year-old Jeeto of Punjab becomes "India's oldest woman" to beat COVID [Details]

International Business Times 08 Jun 2021
A native of Phagwara Punjab, the elderly woman, according to doctors, recovered from the deadly virus due to her strong immune system, willpower, and positive attitude ... The priest was admitted into the hospital as he had mild symptoms on April 24 ... The priest is said to have lived in an ashram situated in Keesara that is in the Himalayas. Also Read ... .
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How Covid-19 scaled Mt Everest

Hindustan Times 23 May 2021
PUBLISHED ON MAY 24, 2021 01.38 AM IST. There’s a storm brewing in the Himalayas, and it’s not the usual kind ... (The two mountains are in close proximity; Dhaulagiri is the seventh-highest mountain in the world; incidentally, the Himalayas are home to 9 of the world’s 14 highest peaks).
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Central Tibetan Administration thanks Japanese lawmakers

Beijing News 02 May 2021
Dharamshala (Himachal Pradesh) , May 2 (ANI) ... The initial membership included 58 MPs from the House of Representatives and 24 MPs from the House of Councillors of the Japanese parliament. Tibet was an independent state in the Himalayas until Chinese troops annexed the region in 1950 ... (ANI) ....
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Central Tibetan Administration thanks Japanese lawmakers for supporting its struggle against Chinese annexation

Yahoo Daily News 01 May 2021
Read full article. ANI1 May 2021, 8.14 pm·2-min read ... Dharamshala (Himachal Pradesh) [India], May 2 (ANI) ... The initial membership included 58 MPs from the House of Representatives and 24 MPs from the House of Councillors of the Japanese parliament. Tibet was an independent state in the Himalayas until Chinese troops annexed the region in 1950 ... PTI.
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Dry weather likely over NW India from tomorrow: IMD

Hindustan Times 24 Mar 2021
Moisture incursion from north Arabian Sea over northwest India is likely to reduce from today ... PUBLISHED ON MAR 24, 2021 08.17 AM IST. After widespread rain and thunderstorms over the western Himalayas and parts of the northwestern plains this week, dry weather is likely over the region from Thursday, according to India Meteorological Department ... ....
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Snow cheers high hills, skips mid Himachal

The Times of India 27 Feb 2021
There was a weather warning from February 23 to 26 and then from February 24 to March 1. The Western disturbances, which bring clouds to the Western Himalayas in the winter, has weakened ... Una in the foothills of the Himalayas recorded maximum temperature of 33.2 degrees Celsius, highest in the state.
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Rampant construction, Char Dham project may amplify ecological risk

Hindustan Times 19 Feb 2021
Geologists say this can’t be good for the high Himalayas ... The noise of stone crushers and earthmoving equipment mars the silence of the high Himalayas on the road from Rudraprayag to Joshimath at a height of over 1,000 metres, and then again, up from Joshimath, around 2,000 metres high ... Geologists say this can’t be good for the high Himalayas.
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Mindless ‘development’ could bring more calamities like Chamoli and Kedarnath floods

Indian Express 12 Feb 2021
The flash floods due to the burst of an artificial lake created by a huge landslide (rock, frozen mud and ice) in Rishi Ganga, inside Nanda Devi Sanctuary, is the newest warning given by the Himalayas to the blind supporters of “development” in the fragile mountains ... In 2013, 24 big and small hydro projects were destroyed.
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Uttarakhand glacier burst: 24 dead, 197 still missing; ITBP, army, SDRF, NDRF teams continue rescue ops at Tapovan tunnel

Yahoo Daily News 08 Feb 2021
A total of 24 bodies have been recovered from various places, Uttarakhand Police said on Monday, a day after a glacier burst in Chamoli district, triggering an avalanche and a deluge that rippled through the Alaknanda river system in the upper reaches of the Himalayas.
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Cold wave over several parts of NW India likely from today

Hindustan Times 25 Jan 2021
The Western Disturbance which caused widespread snowfall in the Western Himalayas moved northeastwards from Jammu and Kashmir. UPDATED ON JAN 25, 2021 09.24 AM IST ... The Western Disturbance which caused widespread snowfall in the Western Himalayas moved northeastwards from Jammu and Kashmir.
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Cold to make a return after some relief in Delhi from Sunday

DNA India 22 Jan 2021
Temperature is expected to go down again in Delhi from Sunday (January 24) onwards due to a fresh western disturbance in the western Himalayas, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD) ... "From January 24 (Sunday), the minimum temperature will start falling and from January 25, the maximum temperature will also see a fall.
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Chill to replace warm, windy days in Delhi from Sunday, air remains ‘poor’

Hindustan Times 21 Jan 2021
After experiencing warm but windy days, Delhi’s temperature is expected to plummet again from January 24, a day after a fresh western disturbance passes over the western Himalayas, India Meteorological Department said ... the western Himalayas, India Meteorological Department said.
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Himalaya Airlines supports Prayas Nepal with yearlong educational supply, Covid-19 essentials

The Himalayan 03 Jan 2021
Himalaya Airlines has again extended its support to the children of Prayas Nepal as a part of its annual Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) ... The contribution included 1,650 notebooks, two infrared thermometers, 24 bottles of hand sanitisers and 1,000 surgical face masks ... We wish for steady progress of Himalaya Airlines in the coming years.”.
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