In the last four-and-a-half years, Maharashtra has witnessed an erratic pattern in rains wherein, after an initial spell, there are long gaps ranging from 15 to 21 days, which is detrimental for cr
Thee spread of Japanese Encephalitis during the flood has made the condition more challenging as death toll due to JE has also climbed to 82.
India is one of the world's biggest users of ground water and its depleting levels are the main reason for the country's severe shortages
Water-world: Vehicles stuck in the water-logged King’s Circle in Sion in Mumbai on Monday morning.
540 mm of rain in 48 hours leaves city inundated; Met Dept forecasts more rain
Monsoon is expected to advance further up north as Cyclone Vayu loses intensity paving the way for the wind system to move towards the Arabian Sea, the weatherman said Sunday.
The Centre has asked states to brace for deficit rainfall this season, although the weather office has stuck to its forecast of normal monsoon.
Large parts of the country witnessed severe heatwave over the last week with temperatures even reaching 50 degrees Celsius in Rajasthan
New Delhi: A severe heatwave is set to hit Delhi and its neighbouring regions which, according to IMD, is likely to push the maximum temperature to 45 degrees Celsius in the next 48 hours.
“Mumbai has long taken its coastal wind for granted. Soon, the wind will be unable to clean pollutants in the air,” said Yash Mar-wah, founder of Let India Breathe
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