Salters, road plows and sidewalk machines will be out overnight. Police also urged motorists to slow down and leave plenty of time to get around. Meteorologists say blowing snow could reduce visibility in many parts of the region. The mercury is expected to plummet well below the seasonal average of -1 C, to a frigid low of -16 C late Monday - a situation made worse by wind gusts up to 70 kilometres per hour.
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The Indian media also complained why there was a glass shield between the terrorist commander and his family. The wife and mother greeted media persons with a namaste after arriving at the ministry but did not respond to their questions. "This meeting was not consular access as we had told India that its diplomat would see the meeting but was not allowed to speak or participate in it", Faisal said.
Union minister Prakash Javadekar on Saturday rapped the Congress for its "double-speak" on Mahadayi river water dispute with Goa, and blamed Sonia Gandhi for the stalemate. "Santa Claus distributes gifts to bring smiles on the faces of children but our Parrikar, who is a "bad Santa Claus", has instead snatched the future of our children by agreeing to divert the water of Mahadayi", the letter states.
However, immediately after the firing stopped, security forces recovered dead body of a top JeM commander. "The operation is in progress", said the spokesman. Consequently, he remained in Tral at South Kashmir and became a major overground worker of the JeM in the region, the police said. The killing of Noor Mohammad Tantray is seen as a major success for the security forces in their fight against separatist militants.
Reuters, which confirmed five deaths with the Afghan interior ministry, reports that all of the known victims were civilians. No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack, but recent attacks in the capital have been claimed both by Taliban insurgents and Islamic States group fighters who have stepped up their attacks against Afghan security forces.