MANALI: High and mid hills of Himachal will get more snow for five days from Saturday as western disturbances lying over north Pakistan and Jammu and Kashmir are extending the western Himalayas, warns local met office. Snowfall in Shimla (Pic courtesy: Santosh Rawat) The entire Himachal is reeling under severe cold waves and both minimum

MANALI: Three skiers and a luge athlete from India have qualified for 2014 Winter Olympics scheduled to be held in Sochi in Russia between February 7 and 23, while fifth skier, a girl, is still struggling in Turkey to get herself qualified for the Olympics. Himanshu, Hira Lal and Anchal in Turkey Four times Olympian

SHIMLA: Both minimum and maximum temperatures across the state dipped by 1 to 2 degrees as high hills of Kullu and Lahaul-Spiti received light snowfall. More snow is forecast from Saturday by local meteorological department. Vehicles pass through snow on Rohtang pass, 51km north of Manali  Keylong in Lahaul-Spiti district was the coldest in the

MANALI: A seminar on “role of media in tourism development” was organized by Himachal Pradesh Journalist Union (HPJU) here today which was sponsored by Manali Hoteliers’ Association. Detailed discussion was held on various ways of promotion of tourism in Himachal Pradesh. It was decided that a vision document for development of tourism will be prepared

MANALI: Dry weather conditions in Kullu valley has brought cheer to the tourists as they are able to see Rohtang pass even in the second week of December, which otherwise used to close for vehicular traffic at this time of season. Rohtang pass received heavy snowfall in November this year but the road was thrown