Himachal Vacation Travel News http://himachalvacation.com/ MANALI: Manali: Persecuted by landslides at Rahni Nullah below Rohtang pass, residents of Lahaul-Spiti and Kullu, stormed into the shelter of deities and organized a worship here on Sunday. Thousands of people including followers of prominent deities of valley, panchayat representatives, farmers, Manali taxi union and luxury coach union members,

http://himachalvacation.com/ Himachal Vacation Travel News MANALI: Rohtang pass has now become a mountain of troubles. Once a tourist comes here, apart from some wonderful memories, he also takes with him the scary experience of trapping without food and water. The monsoon rains have eliminated the endurance limit of fragile mountains of Rohtang which is resulting

http://himachalvacation.com/ Himachal Vacation Travel News MANALI: Kullu DC BM Nanta has refuted the news headlines captioned as “Thousands of tourists stranded at Rohtang following a landslide” which appeared in Thursday edition of most of the newspapers as breaking news. After holding an emergency meeting, DC told Himachal Vacation that no such tragic event happened on

http://himachalvacation.com/ Himachal Vacation Travel News MANALI: Manali-Leh highway was restored for vehicular movement on Thursday morning (10 AM) but the frequent landslides are still posing threats to the travellers.  Landslides on highway between Manali and Rohtang  The road stretch between Marhi and Rahni Nullah has been sinking for past 10 months. All efforts

http://himachalvacation.com/ Himachal Vacation Travel News MANALI: Rohtang highway has been closed for the vehicular movement on Wednesday. As the tourists were crossing 300 meter sinking zone near Rahni Nullah to reach Rohtang pass without knowing the dangers associated with landslides, the highway was inviting a big tragedy. Tuesday is the ‘no traffic day’ on the

MANDI: The Chandigarh-Manali national highway was blocked following a landslide near Hanogi temple in Mandi on Sunday. More than five hundred vehicles remained stuck at both sides of the landslide for about seven hours. According to a PWD official, the landslide was triggered by heavy rainfall on Saturday night and highway was opened for traffic

Huge rocks and debris are continuously falling on the highway between Manali and Rohtang but lured by the picturesque Rohtang pass, tourists are driving fearlessly putting their lives on stake. A car stuck in debris at sinking zone near Rohtang pass Around 300 meters stretch of highway between Marhi and Rohtang is sinking rapidly and

BRO struggles to keep the Manali-Rohtang highway open Around 300 meter stretch of highway between Rahni Nullah and Marhi has been sinking with regular flow of melting snow. This area has been marked as ‘Red Zone’ by border roads organization which has been annoying them since August last year. The non-stop round the year seeping water