Cold wave grips Delhi, mercury dips to 3.2 deg C

‘Dense’ fog blanketed parts of the city, lowering visibility to 50 metres and affecting traffic movement

'Dense' fog blanketed parts of the city, lowering visibility to 50 metres and affecting traffic movement

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