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The Queen of Hill Stations:

Himachal Pradesh is the state whose capital is the wonderful Shimla. It is one of the top tourist destinations and is situated at the north-west Himalayas. By British it was also called the ‘Queen of Hill stations’. The Station is situated amidst the natural surroundings and is covered by the forests of pine, rhododendron and the oak. Here one can enjoy all the weathers starting from the pleasant summers to the snow laden winters. As the place is the top attraction for tourists it is earning from the tourism business at large. Tourism Industry has evolved as the biggest industry and has made lives of people simpler and better. Even the colonial era structures remain intact that leave behind a grandeur unmatched....more

Shimla Summer Festival 2012

Shimla is an awesome place to make a visit too. The awesomeness is enhanced at the time of summers. Every year in this period the Shimla administration organizes a summer fest. This fest gets organized for attracting more tourists. In year 2012 it got held from 2nd till 6th of June....more

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Tue, 25 Sep 2018 11:08:45 GMT

Times of India

After heavy rains, weather to remain dry in Himachal from Wednesday: IMD
Times of India
SHIMLA: The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) Tuesday predicted dry weather for Himachal Pradesh from Wednesday onwards, a much-needed respite to the people of the state, who have been battling heavy rains for the last three days. At least eight ...
Heavy Rains Pound North India, Claim 8 Lives in Himachal PradeshThe Quint
After heavy rains, IMD forecasts dry weather in Himachal PradeshBusiness Today
Heavy rains wreak havoc in Himachal; 35 IIT students among 45 missing, say reportsThe Statesman
The Tribune
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Tue, 25 Sep 2018 07:37:12 GMT


45 IIT Students Stranded During Trek Are Safe: Himachal Chief Minister
Forty-five students from Roorkee's Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), who had gone trekking in Himachal Pradesh's mountainous Lahaul and Spiti district, are stranded due to bad weather. The Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister said the trekkers are safe.
45 IIT students stranded in Himachal Pradesh safe: OfficialTimes of India
Heavy Rains Trigger Flash Floods in Himachal Pradesh; See PicturesNews18
Himachal Pardesh rains: Toll rises to eight after two men die in road accident in KinnaurFirstpost
Hindustan Times
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Tue, 25 Sep 2018 02:59:31 GMT

Times of India

Rains batter Himachal Pradesh: Manali cut off, 378 roads closed
Times of India
SHIMLA: Heavy rain triggered flash floods and landslides across Himachal Pradesh, claiming the lives of seven people and leaving three injured, even as hundreds were evacuated and several houses and vehicles washed away in the deluge.
Sukhna gates shut after water recedes in Himachal riversThe Tribune
Incessant rains and flash floods throw life out of gear in Himachal PradeshReliefWeb
Heavy Rain Expected In Mumbai, Himachal Pradesh, Kerala: LIVE UpdatesNDTV

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Tue, 25 Sep 2018 05:29:00 GMT

Economic Times

Himachal Pradesh: 35 IIT Roorkee students go missing in Manali
Economic Times
At least forty-five people, including 35 students from Roorkee's Indian Institute of Technology, who had gone trekking in Himachal Pradesh's mountainous Lahaul and Spiti district are missing after the region experienced heavy snowfall on Monday. For ...

Tue, 25 Sep 2018 00:35:05 GMT

Times of India

Bus rides to get dearer in Himachal Pradesh as cabinet approves 25% hike
Times of India
SHIMLA: Travelling in Himachal Pradesh Roadways buses would be costlier as the government decided Monday to hike fare by around 25%, officials said. The Himachal Road Transport Corporation (HRTC) has increased the fare by 24.44% in plain areas ...

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Tue, 25 Sep 2018 07:09:08 GMT

The Statesman

Himachal rains: 45 missing IIT students safe, stranded due to bad weather
The Statesman
Heavy rains and snowfall in Himachal Pradesh on Monday claimed eight lives and hundreds, including school students, remained stranded across the state after incessant rainfall for the third consecutive day, triggering landslides and snapping over 200 ...
IIT students who went missing during trek are safe: Himachal CMIndia Today
Trekkers reported missing in Himachal Pradesh's Lahaul-Spiti district, including IIT-Rourkee students, are safeFirstpost
All missing trekkers, including 35 IIT Roorkee students, 'safe': Himachal CMDeccan Chronicle
The Indian Express -India TV
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Tue, 25 Sep 2018 10:33:00 GMT

The New Indian Express

Himachal Pradesh rains: Plan to release water from Pong dam deferred till Wednesday morning
The New Indian Express
SHIMLA: The plan to release excess water from the Pong dam on the Beas river in Himachal Pradesh's Kangra district has been deferred till Wednesday morning, providing relief to the residents of low-lying areas of the state and neighbouring Punjab.
49000 cusecs water from Pong dam in Himachal to be released on Tuesday, people told to remain cautiousHindustan Times
Pong Dam Level Rises: Bhakra Officials to Release 49000 Cusecs Today; Punjab Schools Shut, Over 3000 Stranded ...News18
Himachal Pradesh: 49000 Cusecs Water to Be Released from Pong Dam in Kangra District TodayLatestLY

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Tue, 25 Sep 2018 01:28:52 GMT

Times of India

Couple feared missing in HP; tour operator blames weather
Times of India
BENGALURU: Susmita Chatterjee, 29, and her husband Pratim Rakshit, 29, both engineers employed as consultants with an MNC, are feared to have gone missing in Himachal Pradesh, where they had gone on a trip. They were supposed to return to ...

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Mon, 24 Sep 2018 11:12:01 GMT

Times of India

Moderate earthquake hits Himachal Pradesh
Times of India
SHIMLA: A moderate intensity earthquake was felt in Himachal Pradesh's Sirmaur district on Monday afternoon, officials said. No loss of life or property was reported. "An earthquake measuring 3.7 was recorded at 2.22 pm on Monday," said director at ...
Amid Heavy Rains, 3.7 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Himachal PradeshNews18
3.7 magnitude earthquake hits Himachal PradeshZee News
Earthquake in Himachal Pradesh: Amid heavy rains, quake jolts HPTimes Now

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Mon, 24 Sep 2018 10:25:25 GMT

Economic Times

Himachal Pradesh: IAF rescues two people from flooded area in Mandi
Economic Times
Indian Air Force (IAF) rescued two people who were stranded near NHPC Colony, Nagwain in Mandi district, following heavy rainfall. For the latest videos, follow us on twitterFollow @EconomicTimes. 474views ...