Keeping in mind last week's devastating landslides in Idukki and Kottayam districts, the Kerala government for the first time has begun evacuating people residing in landslide-prone areas in the eastern hills of the state, while district administrations have readied fishermen with boats to evacuate people from low-lying areas.
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Virus stops play: A dozen players test positive, India out of Asian Cup
FOR TWO years, the Indian women's football team had been preparing for its biggest tournament so far: the Asian Cup. However, after playing just one match, they had to withdraw from the continental championship on Sunday following a Covid-19 outbreak in the squad.
Correcting Mistakes Of Past: PM On Bose Statue
'Efforts were made to erase contribution of several leaders'
No crumb of comfort
India run hosts close, but can't prevent 0-3 ODI series debacle to end disappointing tour which had begun on a high note
Penalty, not arrest; power to withdraw cases: Bihar plans reforms in liquor law
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PM: Attempts being made to 'tarnish'India's image
At same programme, Rajasthan CM says atmosphere of violence in country
UK govt accused of blackmail to keep PM Johnson in power
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SC: Quota not at odds with merit, ensures substantive equality
Competitive exams don't reflect advantage of some: Bench
Just another day in office for Iran
Having battled odds to play football , the Melli Baanovaan bring same resilience to hold higher-ranked India
Punjab elections round the corner, Kejriwal says ED set to arrest Health Minister Jain
DELHI CHIEF Minister Arvind Kejriwal claimed Sunday that Enforcement Directorate (ED) officials were set to arrest Health Minister Satyendar Jain ahead of the Assembly polls in Punjab.
Covid test prices slashed again; private labs say not consulted, can't break even
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Balochistan dust storm lowers temp, causes haze over Mumbai
Mumbai: A day after light rain, the city was layered with a sheet of dust all through Sunday because of occasional dust-raising winds. While visibility was thus reduced, Mumbai also saw its lowest January day temperature in a decade. The weather bureau’s Santacruz observatory recorded a maximum temperature of 23.8 degrees Celsius, which was almost seven degrees below normal.
Capital records highest rainfall for January in last 32 yrs; max temp dips to season's lowest
Partly cloudy sky forecast in city on R-Day
Delhi shivers as daytime temp drops to season's low of 14.8°C
NEW DELHI: The maximum temperature in the national capital dipped to its lowest this season as low cloud cover and foggy conditions ensured cold day conditions for the second consecutive day on Saturday.
Dense fog envelops city, likely for next 2 days
Palam sees visibility down to 50 m till 7.30 am,, minimum temperature goes two notches below season’s average
Courtesy rain, Delhi records cleanest air spell since 2015
DELHI AIR QUALITY
Dense fog spell delays early flights
NEW DELHI: Delhi recorded its second "dense fog" spell of the season on Tuesday, with visibility dropping down to about 50 metres at Delhi's Indira Gandhi International (IGI) 5am onwards, delaying over 50 flights until 9am but not resulting in any cancellations.
Snow in hills cools Capital, temperatures set to dip further over next 2-3 days: IMD
Minimum temperatures over northwest India, particularly Punjab, Haryana and Rajasthan, are likely to drop by four to six degrees over the next two-three days, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) predicted on Saturday, following an intense wet spell over several parts in the region.
Rain, strong winds in store for Delhi this weekend: Met
TWO WESTERN DISTURBANCES ARE NOT ONLY BRINGING DELHI RAIN BUT HAVE ALSO IMPROVED THE AIR. DELHI RECORDED ITS IST MODERATE' AQI SINCE OCT 26
Vidarbha to face hailstorm; north, central India wet spell
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) on Wednesday predicted a wet spell over northwest India,
Light rain in parts of Delhi, more of same likely for next 2 days
Several parts of Delhi received very light rain on Sunday evening even as shallow-to-moderate fog early in the morning affected visibility.