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During 2011-12,as monsoon remained active in the state with maximum temperatures dropping by a few notches.Sarkaghat in Mandi district and Bhoranj in Hamirpur district received 75 mm and 74 mm rains respectively while Naina Devi recorded 50 mm of rain followed by Hamirpur 46mm Sujanpur Tira 46 mm Una 28 mm Bangana and Baijnath 25 mm each Sundernagar received 21 mm of rainfall; Palampur 17 mm Dharamshala16 mm; Jogindernagar 15 mm; Shimla and Nadaun 12 mm each; Nahan and Gaggal 13 mm each; Jhandutta 10 mm Mandi and Amb 9 mm each and Mehre 8 mm The maximum temperatures dropped to 297 degrees Celsius in Una against 345 degrees Celsius yesterday following heavy rains while Dharamsala and Nahan recorded a high of 284 degrees Celsius and 269 degrees Celsius respectively Shimla witnessed the maximum temperatures of 210 degrees Celsius while in Manali it stood at 200 degrees Celsius The minimum temperatures also dropped marginally in tribal and hilly areas Keylong in Lahaul and Spiti district was the coldest in the region with a low of 112 degrees Celsius The MeT has predicted rains or thundershowers at isolated places in lower mid and higher hills over next six days The current monsoon rain deficit remained stationary at 18 per cent as the region received an average rainfall of5077 mm rains against normal rainfall of 606 mm from June 1 to August 20 For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Top NewsWritten by Liz Mathew | New Delhi | Updated: April 12 2017 8:22 am Prime Minister Narendra Modi Related News Citing the example of Hanuman Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday asked his party MPs to work selflessly and to take initiatives on their own Modi was addressing BJP MPs at the parliamentary party meeting on Tuesday which happened to be ‘Hanuman Jayanti’ According to three party leaders who attended the meeting Modi pointed out that in all the pictures Hanuman is always seen sitting at the feet of Ram Referring to the Ramayana he said Hanuman also never questioned Ram “Modiji was stressing on the need for MPs to be disciplined and he meant that we should follow the party line” said an MP who was present at the meeting Citing the example of Hanuman volunteering to fetch the Sanjeevani booti for Lakshman in the Ramayana Modi asked BJP MPs to volunteer for new tasks and to spread the message on the achievements of BJP-led governments The Prime Minister also said the MPs should take credit for his government’s work at the Centre He said the biggest achievement of his government in the past three years was that it could transform people’s “expectations” into “trust” “The Prime Minister said people had only ummeed in us in 2014 but we could transform that into vishwas by 2017 He said the poor only heard promises about eliminating poverty but they are now seeing a government which is working to eradicate poverty” said a party source “He said the MPs need to take credit for this because we are the ones who work on the ground He asked why he should be hailed for everything why can’t MPs also be hailed” said the source In his nearly 15-minute speech Modi said there is a positive mood in favour of the Centre and described the Budget Session that ends on Wednesday as a “winner” for the treasury benches because the government could pass a number of key Bills “This is a golden opportunity for us to lift the lives of the poor the deprived…This is the time for doing more development and reforms” he was quoted as saying The MPs were informed about a month-long programme to celebrate the government’s third anniversary from May 26 in which “ministers chief ministers deputy chief ministers parliamentarians and office-bearers of the party will visit every nook and corner of the country” to spread the message on the performance of the Modi government Briefing mediapersons after the meeting Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar said Modi called the Budget Session very constructive as the Lok Sabha passed 21 Bills and the Rajya Sabha 14 These include the GST Bill and the OBC Bill Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu also addressed the party meeting and outlined the third anniversary programme Kumar said Referring to Modi’s call to party workers to “perform reform and transform” Naidu said they should also “inform” Stating that important NDA allies like SAD’s Parkash Singh Badal and TDP’s N Chandrababu Naidu had spoken about the Prime Minister’s “transformative” leadership at the meeting on Monday he said “Modi has emerged as the poor’s messiah” For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News Sanjay Dutt and Raveena Tandon in a still from Zamaane Se Kya Darna. Speaking about JD(U)’s plans towards forming an anti-BJP front.


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