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Avalanches hit Jammu and Kashmir, four soldiers killed in Machil sector

Zee News Tuesday, 14 January 2020 ()
At least four soldiers were killed as multiple avalanches hit Jammu and Kashmir in the last 48 hours. Due to heavy snowfall, avalanches hit Bandipora district's Gurez, Rampura and Kupwara district's Machil in North Kashmir areas.
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Bright weather was seen in the north Indian state of Jammu and Kashmir on January 14, after combined rains and snowfall had caused lethal avalanches over the previous two days.

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