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  • Biting cold in Rajasthan, Mount Abu records zero degree C 
    Jaipur, Jan. 6. 2007. (PTI): Severe cold wave affected normal life in Rajasthan today with Mount Abu, where the mercury dipped to the freezing point for the first time in the season, being the coldest in the state. 

    Inactiveness of the western disturbances led to the mercury taking the downward swing with the effect of north-westerly and north-easterly winds, Met office said. 

    Sriganganagar recorded a minimum of 0.3 degree Celsius, Churu 4.3 degrees C, Barmer 5.8 degrees C, Udaipur 6.5 degrees C, Jaisalmer 6.8 degrees C, Dholpur 7.5 degrees C, Dabok 7.8 degrees C, Jaipur 8.5 degrees C, Bikaner 9.4 degrees C, Ajmer 9.0 degrees C, Sawaimadhopur 10 degrees C, Bundi 11 degrees C, Jodhpur 10.3 degrees C, Kota 12 degrees C, Jhalawar 12.6 degrees C and Ravatbhata 13 degrees Celsius. 

    Icy winds have been lashing the western parts of Rajasthan, the Met said. 

    The weather would be dry and the cold conditions might improve with rise in temperature in the entire state tomorrow, the weathermen have forecast. 

    Train, air and bus services were partially affected due to early morning fog in Delhi and Haryana, official sources said.

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    (JODHPUR): Demoiselle cranes are on their annual winter sojourn in Rajasthan. The quaint cranes, referred to as Kurjas locally and in the love songs of the Thar desert, have flocked in large numbers to Keechan, a small town 153 km from Jodhpur in Phalodi tehsil where they have been arriving without fail for many years. 

    This time the wait had been rather long for the 5,000-odd residents of the town, who take pride in the arrival of huge numbers of the birds to their area, and provide them with daily offering of "chugga" (grains scattered to birds). 

    Phalodi is one of the coldest places in the plains in the country and the sudden fall in the temperature has seemingly done the trick. 

    The slate-coloured birds, with their characteristic female-like gait and a protruding feather almost looking like a necktie, are all over the sandy terrains of the town. The birds, which normally start arriving in western Rajasthan by August-September from Central Asia and East Asia, prefer to feed themselves in the fields initially. A local resident, Chetan Ram, informed that on an average 8 quintals of grains are scattered daily to Kurjas. Businessmen from Keechan who have made it big in Chennai, Mumbai, Tiruchi and Raipur finance the bird feed with great fervour.

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