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Good news! Monsoon hits Andaman, on way to Kerala

The much-awaited south-west monsoon on Monday brought first showers to the Andaman and Nicobar islands, setting the stage for its early progression towards Kerala."The south-west monsoon has set in......

Monsoon likely to arrive in Kerala by May 30

Southwest monsoon, critical for the farm-based economy of the country, is expected to reach Kerala on May 30, two days before its normal onset date in the coastal state."The south-west monsoon is......

If Myanmar had taken note of India's warning...

An analysis by researchers has revealed that Myanmar authorities could have had as much as 72 hours notice of the devastating Cyclone Nargis, which is now estimated to have claimed about 100,000......

Rains may break 2-year El Nino jinx

  After a hotter than usual summer, a better monsoon would boost agriculture, rural demand Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan’s hopes of a normal monsoon this year -- after......

Skymet forecasts wet July but IMD sticks to 'dry'

The India Meteorological Department and private weather forecaster Skymet are diverging on July rainfall, after having differed over this year’s monsoon prediction. Both agree there will be a......

El Nino possibility: Experts say no pressing panic button yet

With IMD forecasting below normal monsoon this year because of a possible El Nino factor, agriculture experts on Thursday advised the government not to press the panic button yet. "We need to be on......

'Monsoon likely to be normal this year'

This year, the southwest monsoon in India is expected to be normal, at about 100 per cent of the long period average (LPA), according to a senior government official.He added on an average, India......

Heatwave causes havoc at Australian Open

A once in a century heatwave created havoc at the Australian Open in Melbourne on Wednesday, forcing tournament organisers to cancel matches and invoke the extreme heat policy to protect the health......

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