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North India in frigid grip of cold; schools closed, rail, air traffic hit

IndiaTimes Sunday, 29 December 2019
North India continued to reel under intense cold on Sunday with authorities in Haryana deciding to close schools, and reduced visibility due to dense fog hampering the movement of flights and trains.
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News video: Schools in Ghaziabad to remain shut for 2 days due to severe cold

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All government and private schools up to class 12 have been closed for the next two days in Ghaziabad due to the severe cold wave in the region.

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