Monsoon: News | Page 3

30 Jun 2018


Delhi to be showered with more rains, thundershowers today

The national capital is expected to receive more rains today, while the maximum temperature may touch the 35 degrees Celsius mark, the meteorological department said.

29 Jun 2018

Air Quality Index

Delhi is currently breathing cleanest air in a year

Delhiites breathed the cleanest air this week, with monsoon winds washing away the dust and bringing the air quality in the satisfactory level for the first time in nearly an year, authorities said.

27 Jun 2018


Delhi: Pre-monsoon showers bring mercury down, waterlogging in some areas

Pulling down the temperature by nearly 6 degrees-Celsius, heavy pre-monsoon showers hit Delhi-NCR today morning, as per IMD's predictions.

26 Jun 2018


Mumbai: Monstrous rains to continue today too

Even though Mumbai has surpassed the average rainfall for June, more downpour is predicted for today.

25 Jun 2018


Torrential rainfall shatters Mumbai: Three deaths, traffic slowdown, train delays

Mumbai continues to reel under torrential rainfall, affecting local train services and causing heavy traffic gridlocks.

24 Jun 2018


Monsoon to hit Delhi on June 29 after week's delay

The southwest monsoon is likely to reach Delhi on June 29 after a week's delay, experts predicted.

21 Jun 2018


Bengaluru: Unpaid, BBMP-contractors to strike, leaving potholes open, drains clogged

Monsoon is set to get rough for Bengalureans, courtesy BBMP's reluctance to pay its contractors.

18 Jun 2018


Monsoon smashes Mumbai: Delayed trains, falling trees, traffic gridlocks

Mumbai was battered by heavy rains and strong winds yesterday, which damaged vehicles, uprooted 21 trees, caused massive traffic gridlocks and injured two people.

12 Jun 2018


Monsoon splash: Run-days of Vistadome coach on Mumbai-Goa route reduced

Due to monsoons, Indian Railways have decided to run the popular Vistadome coach on the Mumbai-Goa route only on six days instead of seven.

11 Jun 2018


Rains claim 16 lives in Kerala; cause damage to crops

Torrential rains accompanied by gusty winds that lashed parts of Kerala after monsoon started on May 29 has claimed 16 lives and caused damage to crops worth over Rs. 6cr, the state's Revenue Minister E Chandrasekharan said.

11 Jun 2018


Three tourists from Maharashtra drown at Calangute beach in Goa

Three tourists have drowned in the Arabian Sea at Calangute beach in North Goa this morning, police said.

08 Jun 2018


North Maharashtra to witness extremely heavy rains from tomorrow

The IMD today predicted extremely heavy rains in isolated places from June 9-12 along the north coastal belt of Maharashtra.

08 Jun 2018


'Extremely heavy rains' likely in Mumbai through the weekend

Relief isn't likely for rain-lashed Mumbai in the near future. The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has warned that the city will get 'extremely heavy rain' through the weekend, expected to last till Monday.

04 Jun 2018


Mumbai: Days before monsoon, 30%-roads still in need of repairs

This monsoon doesn't bode well for Mumbai. On one hand, experts have predicted that it will hit three days early, but BMC is yet to finish repairs on 30% of roads.

02 Jun 2018

Narendra Modi

Monsoon to hit Bengaluru by next week, predicts MeT department

The MeT department has predicted that monsoon will hit Bengaluru not before next week.

19 May 2018


Delhi: Enjoy cool weather today, dry days from tomorrow

Delhi has been receiving thunderstorms and pre-monsoon activities since the past few days.

14 May 2018


Summer of '18: Bengaluru received double than normal rain

Bengaluru is known as the 'air-conditioned' city of India, not without any reason.

16 Apr 2018


IMD predicts 'normal' monsoon: Why it is important for Modi

The IMD has predicted that India will witness a 'normal' monsoon this year during the June-September period.

04 Apr 2018


India to get 'normal' monsoon rains this year: Skymet

The monsoon in India this time is expected to be "normal," Skymet predicted today, with 20% chance of "above normal" rains, 20% of "below normal," and zero chance of drought.

17 Mar 2018


Delhi: Rains to hit next week, would bring relief

Though many cities received rains in the past few days, Delhi was less fortunate and will remain so for sometime.

13 Nov 2017


Heavy rains lash Chennai once again, schools shut down

Heavy rains lashed Chennai once again yesterday, leading to waterlogged roads and inundation.

12 Nov 2017


Northeast monsoon is active again, Chennai braces for more rains

Chennai is set to get rains again for at least three days as the northeast monsoon turns active once more.

23 Sep 2017


Delhi: Heavy rains finally cool down city; waterlogging reported

Monsoon activity over Madhya Pradesh and northern winds finally brought some relief to Delhiites from the hot and sultry weather as the city and its neighboring areas witnessed heavy rainfall and thunderstorms yesterday.

22 Sep 2017


Delhi: Heavy rains, thunderstorms forecast for two days

Delhiites are finally going to get some relief from the prevalent heat and humidity as the national capital would witness heavy rains and thunderstorms for two days.

16 Aug 2017


Recent incessant rains in Bengaluru break 127-year-old record

The MET department said Bengaluru received 128.7mm rainfall on Monday, which is the highest rainfall received in a single day since 1890. This makes up 88% of the rain expected during the entire month.

02 Jul 2017


Early onset of monsoons: Kharif crop sowing receives a boost

Latest data from the agricultural ministry reveal that sowing of Kharif crops have picked up pace with the early onset and steady advancement of south-west monsoons.

01 Jul 2017


First month of monsoon leaves much optimism after surplus rainfall

The first month of monsoon has been heartening with India recording a 4% surplus in rainfall combined with a well-distributed pattern, except in the eastern regions.

30 Jun 2017


Personal accident insurance: A bonus during monsoon?

Come monsoon, many across India will look for ways to battle the rising casualties on the road.

28 Jun 2017


Karnataka:Study finds examples of gender stereotyping in NCERT books

A study conducted by Action Aid India, a child rights NGO, found glaring examples of gender bias and gender stereotypes in primary school NCERT textbooks.

28 Jun 2017


Delhi agencies lack action plan to tackle monsoon mess

Delhiites are dreading monsoons due to the traffic jams and water logging that are caused by rain.

28 Jun 2017


Heavy rains lash Mumbai for the fourth consecutive day

Mumbai had another round of downpour for the fourth consecutive day that caused huge traffic snarls and train delays for commuters.

25 Jun 2017


Mumbai monsoon: City lashed by heavy rains

According to IMD, the adjoining areas of the city as well as the suburbs have recorded much more significant rains as compared to Mumbai today.

22 Jun 2017


Mumbai: Gold-bars worth Rs. 34lakh recovered from Jet Airways' toilet

The Airport Intelligence Unit of Mumbai airport recovered five gold bars from the toilet of Jet Airways flight, which arrived from Dubai.

16 Jun 2017


Central India might get delayed monsoon, or none at all

The IMD has termed this year's monsoon "peculiar". As the northeastern regions grapple with excessive rainfall and floods, the central regions might have below normal activity this time, or even miss it completely.

30 May 2017


Southwest monsoon hits Kerala, northeast two days ahead of schedule

The Southwest monsoon hit the Kerala coast on May 30, two days ahead of its normal schedule.

28 May 2017


Meteorological Department says monsoons may be upon us

Authorities from the Indian Meteorological Department have stated that the southwest monsoon is likely to hit southern Kerala by 30-31 May.

16 May 2017


China made hi-tech drones seized in Bengaluru

Last week, 10 drones capable of flying at 6,000 metres with a half-kg payload and equipped with a high-end satellite navigation system were seized from a passenger at the Kempegowda International Airport (KIA).

11 May 2017


India's foodgrain output forecast to hit a record in 2016-17

With robust production of wheat, rice, and pulses, India's foodgrain output would increase by 8.7% to a record-high 273.38 million ton in the 2016-17 crop year, according to the government's third advanced estimate.

10 May 2017


India likely to receive higher than average rainfall this monsoon

India is likely to receive above-average monsoon rainfall this time after El Nino conditions eased in the last few weeks, said the India Meteorological Department.

24 Apr 2017


Bengaluru: Now, an app to help you evade potholes

A group of four classmates from Nitte Meenakshi Institute of Technology, Bengaluru, have invented an app which warns users about the potholes on the road.

1 2 3