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Jan 28, 2019
8:58AM

Uttarakhand receives fresh spell of snowfall

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In Uttarakhand, severe cold is being experienced in hilly regions following the new spell of snowfall in higher reaches. Hoteliers are doing brisk business in many places of the state due to rush of tourists. 

As per reports a large number of tourists have reached   Nainital, Mussoorie and other tourists Hill stations of the state to enjoy the snowfalls in the weekend. Meanwhile many villages are still cutoff from the District Headquarter due to heavy snowfall. 

District administration have engaged the personal to clear the snow, heavy snowfall in higher riches hit the transportation electricity and drinking water supply as well as essential commodities in remote villages  in Hilly areas have also been effected following the snowfall.
 

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