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Rains lash most parts of Himachal Pradesh

 Shimla, July 3:-- Most parts of Himachal Pradesh, including capital Shimla, received rainfall on Friday.
 
The Meteorological Department issued a warning of thunderstorms and lightning in the state for three days. Yellow alert has been issued in 10 districts. Manmohan Singh, director of the Meteorological Centre, Shimla, said that as the southwest monsoon made its foray into the state, the temperature dropped. There is a possibility of heavy rains, thunderstorm, gusty winds and lighting in different areas of the state from July 5 to 9.
 
 
 
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West Bengal to receive extremely heavy rains

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