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    Avalanche Warning Issued

    Divisional Administration Kashmir on Monday issued avalanche warning for next 24 hours for hilly and avalanche-prone areas of Kupwara, Bandipora and Kargil districts.
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    Night temperature falls in Valley

    The night temperature across Kashmir division, including Kargil, slipped further below the freezing point, even as the day temperature has risen and settled above the normal for this time of the year Friday.
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    One-way Traffic To Continue On Kashmir Highway

    Only one-way traffic will continue on the 300-km-long Srinagar-Jammu highway, the road linking the Kashmir valley with the rest of the world.There was light snowfall yesterday on both sides of Jawahar tunnel
  • Pahalgam and a few other places in the higher reaches of the Valley witnessed fresh snowfall.

    Mercury settles below freezing point in Valley

    The night temperature across Kashmir once again fell below the freezing point, even as a few places in the higher reaches received fresh snowfall, a MeT official said today.
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    Now, Weather To Remain Dry

    Overcast conditions have led to an increase in the night temperature in Kashmir as the mercury across the Valley, except in high altitude areas, remained above the freezing point, even as some places in the higher reaches received fresh snowfall
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    Mercury settles at freezing point in Valley

    Overcast conditions have led to an increase in the night temperature in Kashmir as the mercury across the Valley, except in high altitude areas, remained above the freezing point, even as some places in the higher reaches received fresh snowfall
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    Sgr-Jmu Highway Opens For Traffic

    Traffic was restored partially on the Jammu-Srinagar highway on Tuesday after weather conditions improved across Jammu and Kashmir, a traffic department official said here.
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    Several Areas Reel Under Darkness; Residents Take To Streets Against PDD

    The protests against the Power Development Department (PDD) seem to have no end in the Valley as most of the areas continued to take to streets claiming that their respective areas reel under darkness from past few days.
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    City Submerges In Rainwater; Commuters Aghast

    Despite tall claims of the Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) about immediate draining of the rain water from city, for the third consecutive day today City is flooded in rain water.A day before Srinagar Municipal Corporation (SMC) officials sa
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    On Closed Sgr-Jmu Highway, Stranded Passengers ‘Travel By Foot’

    Thousands of passengers from the Kashmir valley who remained stranded on Srinagar-Jammu highway due to landslides at different locations for the fifth consecutive day marched by foot from Ramban to Banihal on Monday.
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    Traffic remains suspended on Sgr-Jammu highway for fourth day

    No traffic was allowed on the strategic Jammu-Srinagar highway on Monday for the fourth consecutive day as Kashmir valley remained cut off from the rest of the country.For the fourth day consecutive day the 300-km-long national highway remained 
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    Snow melts, inundates city

    Inundation of the city roads caused by the melting of snow has resulted in severe hardships to the Srinagarities saying, that the administration has ignored them at fronts.
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    Avalanche warning issued across Kashmir

    The divisional administration of Kashmir issued avalanche warning, for higher areas of Kashmir valley, district headquarters have asked to take all precautionary measures for the safety of people.
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    Sgr-Jammu highway again closed due to heavy rain, landslides

    The 300-km-long national highway, the only road linking the Kashmir valley with the rest of the country was closed again Sunday due to fresh heavy snowfall and landslides.
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    Valley receives fresh snowfall, max temp dips considerably  

    Kashmir valley, including summer capital, Srinagar, received fresh light to moderate snow and rain since last night, resulting in considerable dip in the maximum temperature.