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Monsoon to hit Kerala on Saturday: Met Dept

Thiruvananthapuram: With the monsoon set to hit Kerala coast on Saturday, the Meteorological Department has warned of heavy rains in the northern part of the state. As the summer showers are yet to subside, there could be heavy rainfall in state ... Manorama Online, 52 minutes ago
Monsoon on course to hit Kerala coast on Sunday Business Standard India, 1 day ago

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Met dept to send alerts to farmers across the country

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) plans to reach out to farmers across the country by providing them one-on-one advisories on weather.
 Times of India5 hours ago
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No respite from searing heat wave

Expect no relief atleast for the next 48 hours, says the MET department.
 Money Control1 day ago Rainfall likely from today:MeT  HT Syndication9 hours ago Heat wave death toll mounts to 1826 in the country  India Today1 hour ago Heat wave likely to prevail for next 5 days in UP, says Met dept  NewsR.in5 days ago
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Calcutta Telegraph

Delhi experiences pleasant day, light rain in evening

evening. According to the MeT department, areas under Safdarjung and Lodhi Road observatories received traces of rainfall, while Palam recorded 2.1 mm and Ayanagar recorded 1.2 mm rains. Areas under the Ridge, however, remained dry. The maximum temperature ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Succour for parched city likely by Sunday  Calcutta Telegraph7 hours ago Dust storm, squall likely in Delhi today  Times of India4 weeks ago Rainy Sunday in Delhi  Prokerala1 month ago
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As Delhi sizzles, toxic ozone levels rise

city, the MET department today said. The level of toxic ozone in the national capital was highest this year during the last two weeks when the maximum temperatures hovered above 40 degrees Celsius. Surface ozone increases due to high temperature coupled with ...
 Business Standard15 hours ago As Delhi Sizzles, Meteorological Department Warns of Rise in Toxic Ozone Levels  NDTV10 hours ago Nepal quake: Delhi rocked for nearly a minute  Jagran Post1 month ago Rise in temperature doubles the toxic ozone levels in Delhi over permissible limits  IBNLive India News4 minutes ago
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OrissaDiary

Rage against the heat: Ways to stay fit this summer

With the Met department recording temperatures that go beyond 45 degree celsius, many of us have already hit the panic button. But, warding off a heatstroke by being locked indoors is hardly the solution. What we need are quick solutions and fixes ...
 Hindustan Times13 hours ago Hot Sunday for Delhiites as mercury touches 40 degrees Celsius  Jagran Post1 week ago Mercury below 40 degrees in Delhi  Business Standard2 weeks ago Western disturbance strikes Rajasthan, mercury dips  Business Standard2 weeks ago
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One India

Met forecasts below normal rainfall this monsoon season

India will get 93 per cent of normal rainfall this monsoon season, according to Met department.Briefing media in New Delhi today, Minister of Science and Technology and Earth Sciences, Harsh Vardhan said there is 33 per cent probability that monsoon will be ...
 News on Air1 month ago Weaker monsoon forecast  DAWN Group2 hours ago Monsoon will be below normal in 2015: Met Department  One India1 month ago After unseasonal rains hit agriculture, Met to give its first forecast for monsoon today  IBN Live1 month ago
Times of India

Quake aftershocks are likely to continue, Met department cautions

aftershocks are likely to continue, Met department cautions Sun, 26 Apr 2015 - 13:43:47 | Source: ANI | Posted by: Staff Correspondent | NEW DELHI: L S Rathore, director general of the India Meteorology Department (IMD) on Sunday said the aftershocks are ...
 Sahil Online1 month ago Quake aftershocks likely to continue: Met dept  Times of India1 month ago Heatwave to continue for five more days: Met Dept  Business Today India1 day ago
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Ultraviolet radiation levels on the rise in Delhi, says MET department

Rising temperature has put Delhi at high risk of UV rays with the national capital receiving alarming levels of radiation this season, the MET department said. NEW DELHI: The rising temperature has put Delhi at high risk of ultraviolet (UV) rays with the ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Delhi receiving alarming level of UV rays due to rising temperature: Met  Livemint.com1 day ago UV radiation levels on the rise in Delhi, says MET department  Economic Times1 day ago UV radiation levels on rise in Delhi, says MeT  DNA India1 day ago
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Business Standard

Skymet holds its own against Met office

The official India Meteorological Department (IMD) and the private Skymet Weather Services have made widely divergent monsoon forecasts.The IMD has said rainfall could be below normal at 93 per cent of the 50-year average and Skymet expects it to be ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Another sunny day in Delhi  Jagran Post4 weeks ago Warm and sunny Sunday in Delhi  Jagran Post1 month ago Hot Thursday ahead in Delhi  Daijiworldcom22 hours ago
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