Cold weather kills 13 more people in north India

By ASSOCIATED PRESS
January 10, 2011 09:55

LUCKNOW, India — Near-freezing temperatures and icy Himalayan winds killed 13 people overnight in northern India, bringing the death toll to nearly 100 from a cold snap that began three weeks ago, police said Monday.

The worst-hit is the state of Uttar Pradesh, where at least 81 people — mostly poor and homeless — have died because of the intense cold.


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