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Heavy rains in northern India, snowfall likely in Jammu and Kashmir

Zee News Thursday, 14 February 2019
It also warned of isolated heavy rains over Punjab, Haryana and Chandigarh on Thursday.
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News video: Snow leopard caught by locals after straying near village in north India

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A snow leopard was caught by locals at a village in north India after it was driven towards the populated area by heavy snowfall last Friday (February 8). After snow had buried the upper reaches of the Kalaroos area, in Kupwara, northern Kashmir state, a snow leopard entered the residential area...

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