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CBI questions Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology ex-chief

PUNE: The CBI on Monday questioned B N Goswami, former director of Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), Pashan, in connection with the recruitment-related irregularities that allegedly involves his former personal secretary Chabi ... Times of India, 2 months ago
Ex-IITM director's secy surrenders Times of India, 2 months ago
Odisha Samaya

IMD forecast on Hudhud accurate: many international bodies proved wrong

Bhubaneswar: Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) credibility has gone up as India's top meteorological institution's forecast of Hudhud has come true and many so called top ranking weather body's forecast has proved to be wrong and exaggerated. ...
 Odisha Samaya1 week ago

In for extreme temperature, sudden rain and droughts

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu B. N. Goswami (left), former director of the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), Pune. It is mainly because of the wind pressure that heavy rains lash particular areas, despite being ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Ozone Pollution Damages Crops Worth $1.29 Billion in India

Washington, D.C. Over six million metric tons of wheat, rice, soybean and cotton crops worth $1.29 billion were destroyed in India due to surface ozone pollution, a U.S.-based organization of geophysicists said on Sept. 5. The study said that ...
 India-West1 week ago Ozone eating away Indian crop yields  SciDev.net2 weeks ago India Green News: Centre to study climate change related extreme weather events; India's Power Trade Corporation to fund renewables in India  NRDC Worldview1 month ago Decoding the monsoon mystery  Yahoo! India1 month ago
HPC Wire

India to Launch $730M National Supercomputing Mission

India's plans to be a world-class computing power are taking shape as the nation's government lays out its strategyto build a vast supercomputing grid, comprised of more than 70 high-performance computing facilities. The project is expected to take ...
 HPC Wire1 week ago National Mission to Improve the Accuracy of Monsoon Forecasts  PIB2 months ago

India set to build supercomputer grid

Determined to raise India's ranking in the world of high-performance computers, the government is set to clear a Rs. 4,500-crore ($730 million) mission this month to build supercomputers nearly 40 times quicker than our fastest one. A finance ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago India to take a big tech leap supercomputer grid on cards  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago India to take a big tech leap, supercomputer grid on cards  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
Slate Magazine

India Is About to Face a Monster of a Storm

Floodwaters left by Cyclone Phailin in October 2013 Photo by MANAN VATSYAYANA/AFP/ It's now not if, but exactly where and at what strength Cyclone Hudhud will strike the Indian mainland. One of the two state governments likely to be most ...
 Slate Magazine1 week ago

IIHS leads $3 million research programme on Climate adaptation for semi-arid areas of India

BANGALORE: Climate change is one of the defining developmental challenges of our time. Indian cities and villages are amongst the most vulnerable in the world, with hundreds of millions of people at increased risk of exposure to climate change ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
Sri Lanka Island

Indian Ocean has been heating up for over a century, may weaken monsoon across Asia: Indo-French study

, 9:37 pm BY S VENKAT NARAYAN Our Special Correspondent NEW DELHI, October 5: The Indian Ocean has been heating up consistently for over a century and at a faster rate than any other region of tropical oceans. This may weaken the monsoon ...
 Sri Lanka Island2 weeks ago Warming of Indian Ocean may weaken monsoon: Study  Times of India2 weeks ago 'Anomaly in Indian Ocean warming could affect future monsoon pattern'  Hindu Business Line4 weeks ago

Scientists see gaps in forecast system

New Delhi, Sept. 10: The floods that have ravaged Jammu and Kashmir have exposed gaps in India's flood-forecasting network and signal an increasing vulnerability to extreme weather events because of unplanned development, hydrologists and other ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Centre finally wakes up and decides to study extreme weather events after Kashmir floods  DNA India1 month ago J&K floods a grim reminder of increasing climate change impact in India: Centre for Science and Environment  Times of India1 month ago Jammu & Kashmir floods a grim reminder of increasing climate change impact in India: Centre for Science and Environment  Economic Times1 month ago
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