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  • Nearly 200 in Floods, Lakhs Displaced; Bengal Worst Hit

    Nearly 200 in Floods, Lakhs Displaced; Bengal Worst Hit

    Around 200 people have died and nearly one crore people have been affected in floods caused by heavy rain in West Bengal, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Manipur and Odisha. In Gujarat, 70 people have died since June, news agency Press Trust of India has reported. Large scale relief and rescue operations are underway in all the affected states.

  • 22 Killed as Heavy Rains Lash Gujarat, Normal Life Hit

    22 Killed as Heavy Rains Lash Gujarat, Normal Life Hit

    Incessant rains caused by a deep depression lashed northern and Kutch regions of Gujarat, causing death of 22 persons in various rain-related incidents and throwing life out gear, officials said in Ahmedabad on Tuesday.

  • Monsoon Deficient, Pulse Producing Zones to be Hit Hard, Warns Met Department

    Monsoon Deficient, Pulse Producing Zones to be Hit Hard, Warns Met Department

    The price of pulses can only go north in the coming weeks. The top pulse producing regions have not received enough rain so far and will see the dry phase continuing for the next 10 days, the meteorological department has warned.

  • 5 Lions Found Dead in Gujarat After Heavy Rain Leads to Flooding

    5 Lions Found Dead in Gujarat After Heavy Rain Leads to Flooding

    Heavy rains, which caused a flood like situation in Gujarat's Saurashtra region, claimed lives of five Asiatic lions in the Amreli and Bhavnagar districts, forest officials said.

  • Rain on the Cards in North India, South Burns

    Rain on the Cards in North India, South Burns

    North India is likely to get a respite from the torrid heat today - rain and summer storms are on the cards. But the monsoon, which was to reach Kerala yesterday, is likely to play truant for a few more days.

  • Country Witnesses Rainiest Day of the Season

    Country Witnesses Rainiest Day of the Season

    The country today witnessed the rainiest day of this winter with almost all parts receiving showers, the weatherman said, attributing it to a series of weather conditions.

  • Heavy Rain Disrupts Normal Life in Gujarat

    Heavy Rain Disrupts Normal Life in Gujarat

    Heavy rain lashed most parts of Gujarat in the last 24 hours disrupting normal life.

  • A Desperate Gujarat Prays for Rain

    A Desperate Gujarat Prays for Rain

    Having received only four per cent of the season's rainfall so far, it is a desperate situation for farmers in Gujarat.

  • Large parts of Gujarat hit by rain, thunderstorm; one killed

    Large parts of Gujarat hit by rain, thunderstorm; one killed

    In a sudden change of weather, large parts of Gujarat were hit by rain, thunderstorm and strong winds this evening, taking people reeling under intense heat by surprise.

  • Rain plays spoilsport for garba enthusiasts in Gujarat

    Hundreds of garba enthusiasts in Gujarat are a disappointed lot with heavy rains in several parts of the state playing a spoilsport.

  • Rain disrupts normal life in Gujarat; 50,000 evacuated, rail traffic hit

    Rain disrupts normal life in Gujarat; 50,000 evacuated, rail traffic hit

    Heavy rain over the last three days has led to flood-like situation in many parts of Gujarat. Rising water level in rivers and overflowing dams have forced evacuation of over 50,000 people from low-lying areas across the state.

  • Mumbai warned of stormy weather, heavy rain

    Mumbai warned of stormy weather, heavy rain

    Stormy weather accompanied by heavy to very heavy rain is likely to disrupt Mumbai, coastal Konkan region, northern parts of the state and surrounding areas in the next couple of days, the met office warned on Friday.

  • 7 hours, 20 tweets: Congress, BJP refuse to stop Uttarakhand blame game

    7 hours, 20 tweets: Congress, BJP refuse to stop Uttarakhand blame game

    Today's downward spiral began when Congress leader Manish Tewari tweeted that neither of the Leaders of the Opposition in the two Houses of Parliament - Sushma Swaraj and Arun Jaitley - have visited Uttarakhand, but have attacked the government for its ineptitude in rescue and relief operations.

  • Uttarakhand: Military leads rescue ops, parties search for photo ops

    Uttarakhand: Military leads rescue ops, parties search for photo ops

    Thousands of people remain stranded in Uttarakhand, nine days after the hilly state was pounded by rain. While the Army and Air Force are leading a heroic and massive effort to find and rescue them, politicians appear to be searching for approval ratings in a national tragedy.

  • After Narendra Modi's 'rescue' act, Rahul Gandhi arrives in Uttarakhand

    After Narendra Modi's 'rescue' act, Rahul Gandhi arrives in Uttarakhand

    Thousands of people remain stranded in Uttarakhand, eight days after the hilly state was pounded by rain. While the Army and Air Force are leading a heroic and massive effort in the state, politicians appear to be searching for approval ratings in a national tragedy.

  • Uttarakhand: Sonia Gandhi flags off relief mission after Narendra Modi's 'rescue' act

    Uttarakhand: Sonia Gandhi flags off relief mission after Narendra Modi's 'rescue' act

    In Uttarakhand's massive tragedy and the Herculean rescue efforts now on, politics too has found a role. Narendra Modi's visit to the flood-ravaged hill state and alleged evacuation of 15,000 Gujaratis on the weekend has sparked a slanging match between his BJP and the Congress, which is now organising some visible relief programmes of its own.

  • For India's drought-hit states, on-track Monsoon may be too late

    For India's drought-hit states, on-track Monsoon may be too late

    India may be heading for another bumper grain harvest, if the first forecast for this year's monsoon proves correct, but the rain may be too little - and too late - for southern and western states already parched by the worst drought in four decades.

  • 900 evacuated in rain-hit Saurashtra region

    Nearly 900 people have been evacuated from the low-lying areas submerged under water due to torrential rain in Gujarat's Saurashtra region, officials said. Nearly 400 people were given shelter at a Rajkot Municipal Corporation (RMC)-run school at Randarda area on the city's outskirts, district administration officials said. Two houses collapsed her...

  • Monsoon paradox: North Gujarat dry, west flooded

    Monsoon paradox: North Gujarat dry, west flooded

    While much of north Gujarat is without water, incessant rain in west Gujarat has caused a river to overflow.

  • 850 families moved to safer places in rain-hit Gujarat

    850 families moved to safer places in rain-hit Gujarat

    Over 850 families in Veraval and Mangrol talukas of Junagadh were shifted to safer and higher places following incessant rain.

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