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A cyclonic storm 'Mora', which lay centred over the Bay of Bengal about 610 km near the south east of Paradip today, is li
Rescuers in Sri Lanka today pulled out more bodies buried in the mudslides triggered by the country's worst torrential rai
At least 23 people were killed in separate incidents of lightning strike and wall collapse triggered by squall in Bihar to
An Indian Navy ship with relief materials reached Colombo today as the death toll from the worst floods since 2003 in Sri
Delhiites today woke up to a pleasant morning with the mercury dipping considerably after rain lashed the national capital
As many as 167 people have died reportedly due to sunstroke in Telangana since April 1 as the state continues to reel unde
Last month was the second warmest April in 137 years of modern record-keeping of average global temperatures, according to
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Sunday said the Southwest monsoon has advanced into parts of southeast Bay of
A case was today registered against the owner of a marriage hall in Rajasthan's Bharatpur district where a wall collapsed
The monsoon this year could be 'normal' and bring 100 per cent rainfall instead of 96 per cent as predicted earlier, the I
A carpet of snow blanketing the Forbidden City and the ancient halls and courtyards of the Lama Temple has transformed China’s capital into a fairyland. Hundreds have played truant from offices to sneak a peak of the first snowfall of the winter.
But nature has been given a helping hand. The heavy snowfalls over Beijing have principally been induced by meteorological offices to try to mitigate the most severe drought to grip northern China in nearly half a century.
City officials have been blasting chemicals into clouds over northern China to create the first precipitation in more than 100 days. The first flurries fell on the capital on Tuesday. By yesterday, more than 500 cigarette-sized sticks of silver iodide had been seeded into clouds above Beijing from 28 rocket-launch bases around the city, said the Beijing Weather Modification Command Centre.
But this was still nowhere near enough to alleviate the drought that is threatening wheat harvests in several northern provinces.