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PM Modi set to flag-off world’s longest river cruise MV Ganga Vilas | 10 points

Hindustan Times 13 Jan 2023
... January 6 but weather conditions and poor visibility meant that it reached Ghazipur, 65km from Varanasi, on January 8.The tourists were taken to the tomb of Lord Cornwallis in Ghazipur, the Ganga Aarti at the Dashashwamedh Ghat, and the newly renovated Kashi Vishwanath corridor.

Longest river cruise docks amid fanfare in Varanasi

Hindustan Times 11 Jan 2023
VARANASI/GUWAHATI On the banks of the Ganga, Ramnagar is no stranger to foreigners, or domestic tourists ... For those in Varanasi who collected on the banks of the Ganga, the vessel’s arrival came after a little wait ... Weather conditions and poor visibility meant that it reached Ghazipur, 65km from Varanasi, on January 8.

Luxury cruise MV Ganga Vilas reaches Varanasi, to be flagged off by PM Modi on 13 Jan. Here's all you need to know

Live Mint 11 Jan 2023
Sources told news agency ANI that the cruise which was scheduled to reach Varanasi on Saturday arrived late due to bad weather. The cruise will move from the Ramnagar port to Sant Ravidas Ghat where it will be given a grand welcome. A group of 33 Swiss tourists were ...

Ganga Vilas luxury cruise reaches Varanasi; set to cover 5 states, 50 tourist spots in ...

India TV 11 Jan 2023
The Ganga Vilas luxury cruise reached Ramnagar port in Uttar Pradesh's Varanasi district on Tuesday. According to reports, the cruise had left Kolkata on December 22 and was scheduled to reach Varanasi on January 7, but it reached late due to inclement weather.

Dense fog continues to prevail in North India, cold wave recedes | Updates

Hindustan Times 11 Jan 2023
Around 45 flights including Delhi-Shimla, Delhi-Kathmandu, Delhi-Chennai, Delhi-Jaisalmer, Delhi-Bareilly, Delhi-Mumbai, Delhi-Varanasi, Delhi-Srinagar, Delhi-Jaipur, Delhi-Guwahati were delayed on Wednesday morning due to fog and cold weather in the national capital, reported news agency ANI citing sources.

Ganga Vilas reaches Ramnagar, locals reach port to take selfies with longest river cruiser

Hindustan Times 10 Jan 2023
VARANASI Braving bone-chilling cold waves, hundreds of locals thronged the Ramnagar port where Ganga Vilas, the longest river cruiser, docked on Tuesday morning ... However, due to extreme weather conditions and poor visibility, there was a delay and the cruiser reached Ghazipur, 65 km from Varanasi, on January 8.

Ganga Vilas cruise gets delayed due to bad weather, to reach Varanasi today

Hindustan Times 08 Jan 2023
VARANASI The Ganga Vilas cruise, which is the world’s longest river ship, couldn’t make it to the shores of Varanasi on January 6 -- which was its expected day of arrival -- due to bad weather conditions ... However, all the tourists deboarded the ship at Ghazipur as they didn’t want to wait another day to visit Varanasi.

Colder days ahead, U.P. schools up to Class 8 shut till Jan 14

Hindustan Times 07 Jan 2023
Kanpur and Churk were the coldest at 2 degrees Celsius, Bareilly recorded 2.9 degrees Celsius minimum temperature, Muzaffarnagar 3, Agra and Fatehpur 3.2, Etawah 3.8, Jhansi, Meerut and Shahjahanpur 4, Aligarh 4.2, Varanasi 4.8, Sultanpur, Faizabad, Fursatganj and Basti 5 and Prayagraj 5.5 degrees Celsius.

Delhi airport: Low Visibility Procedures in place, flights delayed due to fog

Live Mint 03 Jan 2023
The India Meteorological Department has predicted dense to very dense fog is predicted over the plains in northwest India during the next five days.Budget carrier IndiGo in a tweet has said due to the bad weather flights from Delhi to Agartala, Chandigarh, Varanasi, Deogarh, ...

UP’s Kashi shivers amid winter chill, schools closed

Hindustan Times 02 Jan 2023
“Schools from class 1 to 12 of all boards will remain closed till January 5 following cold weather conditions,” said S Rajalingam, district magistrate, Varanasi revising a previous order that schools till ...

UP schools closed in THESE districts due to cold wave

Live Mint 02 Jan 2023
Varanasi schools will remain closed from class 1 to 8 till January 4 in view of cold and foggy weather. District Magistrate S Rajalingam on Monday announced that all schools from class 1 to 8 will remain closed till January 4 in view of the severe cold wave in UP's Varanasi, ...

IMD Weather Update: North India witnesses severe cold and fog, temperatures expected to drop further

DNA India 22 Dec 2022
In Kashmir, the chilliest winter season known as Chilla-i-Kalan also froze the water's edge of several bodies of water ... The airport in Delhi continued operating as usual. Bad weather in Chandigarh, Varanasi, and Lucknow on Tuesday night forced the return or diversion of three planes to Delhi ... Also, READ. Bharat Jodo Yatra ... .

Flights being diverted or are returning due to bad weather: DIAL

Beijing News 21 Dec 2022
"Due to bad weather in Chandigarh, Varanasi and Lucknow, flights are returned back/diverted to Delhi (03 flights).

Rail, road traffic disrupted due to fog in city

The Telegraph India 21 Dec 2022
However, he said, three flights were returned or diverted to the Delhi airport due to bad weather in Chandigarh, Varanasi and Lucknow on Tuesday night ... At 5.30 am, visibility levels stood at zero in Bhatinda; 25m in Ganganagar, Amritsar and Bareilly, and 50m in Varanasi, Bahraich and Ambala.

Delhi: Dense fog engulfs city; road and rail traffic affected as visibility drops to 400 metres

India TV 21 Dec 2022
Delhi weather ... Although the operations at the airport largely remained normal, at least three flights were returned or diverted to the Delhi airport due to bad weather in Chandigarh, Varanasi and Lucknow on Tuesday night, December 20.� ... and 50m in Varanasi, Bahraich and Ambala.

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