India Meteorological Department


'India Meteorological Department' - 248 News Result(s)

  • Delhi: Rain Likely in Some Parts

    Delhi: Rain Likely in Some Parts

    Delhiites woke up to a cloudy overcast morning with the minimum temperature recorded at 25.2 degrees Celsius, average for the season. The Meteorological Department has forecast rainfall ahead in the day.

  • Kashmir Floods: Ignored Warnings Magnified a Disaster Waiting To Happen

    Kashmir Floods: Ignored Warnings Magnified a Disaster Waiting To Happen

    Environmentalists say last year's devastating flash floods in Uttarakhand, in which at least 5,000 were killed, and the unprecedented deluge in Jammu and Kashmir this year, both have the same cause - urbanization, reduced forest cover and erratic mon...

  • Very Heavy Rains Expected in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Goa: Met Department

    Very Heavy Rains Expected in Gujarat, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Goa: Met Department

    Heavy to very heavy rains are expected in Gujarat, Maharashtra, West Madhya Pradesh and Goa in the next couple of days, the India Meteorological Department today said.

  • Erratic Monsoon Rain Below Average in Past Week

    Erratic Monsoon Rain Below Average in Past Week

    India's monsoon rainfall has been below average in the past week after running through a phase above average since early August which helped finish the last leg of sowing of main summer crops such as rice, corn, sugar cane, soybean and cotton.

  • India's Erratic Monsoon Turns Surplus in Past Week

    India's Erratic Monsoon Turns Surplus in Past Week

    India saw 18 percent more rain than average in the week ended Aug. 6, the weather office said on Thursday, raising hopes for a better end to the four-month monsoon season after a dry start.

  • Delhi: Light Rain Expected in the City Today

    Delhi: Light Rain Expected in the City Today

    It will be a partly cloudy Friday in Delhi with the possibility of light rain and thunderstorm in some parts of the city, the Met Office said.

  • 'Moderate Intensity' Earthquake Hits Andaman Coast

    'Moderate Intensity' Earthquake Hits Andaman Coast

    An earthquake measuring 5.5 on the Richter scale hit the coast of Andaman islands on Tuesday but there was no threat of a tsunami, officials said.

  • Cloudy Morning May Lead to Rainfall in Delhi

    Cloudy Morning May Lead to Rainfall in Delhi

    It was a cloudy Tuesday morning in Delhi and there is a possibility of rainfall in some areas of the city, said the Met Office.

  • India's Agriculture Growth to Remain Muted in FY15: Crisil

    India's Agriculture Growth to Remain Muted in FY15: Crisil

    India's agriculture growth is likely to remain muted at 1 per cent in fiscal year 2014-15 largely due to a strong statistical base effect, rating agency Crisil said on Monday.

  • Rain Likely in Delhi on Saturday

    Rain Likely in Delhi on Saturday

    It was a cloudy Saturday morning in Delhi with a minimum temperature of 27.6 degrees Celsius, one degree above the season's average. The Met Office forecasts rainfall in the National Capita on Saturday evening.

  • Light Drizzle in Delhi, More Rain Expected Today

    Light Drizzle in Delhi, More Rain Expected Today

    Delhiites today woke up to an overcast sky as some parts of the city received scanty rainfall overnight, keeping the mercury within normal levels.

  • Monsoon Rains 24 Per Cent Above Average in Past Week: Weather Office

    Monsoon Rains 24 Per Cent Above Average in Past Week: Weather Office

    Monsoon rains were 24 per cent above average in the week ended July 23, the weather office said on Thursday, marking the first week of surplus rainfall during this year's monsoon season.

  • Heavy Rainfall Predicted in Vidarbha

    Heavy Rainfall Predicted in Vidarbha

    The Regional Meteorological Department in Nagpur has predicted heavy rainfall in the entire Vidarbha region from 8.30 am till tomorrow, a special bulletin issued by Met office said today.

  • Monsoon Deficit Down at 31 Per Cent: Weather Office

    Monsoon Deficit Down at 31 Per Cent: Weather Office

    Monsoon deficit in India has come down to 31 per cent with rains picking up in July across the country, giving relief to farmers, the weather office said on Sunday.

  • Monsoon Revival to Help Indian Economy Grow at 5.9 Per Cent: Industry Body

    Monsoon Revival to Help Indian Economy Grow at 5.9 Per Cent: Industry Body

    The revival of Southwest monsoon has widened India's growth prospects with GDP expected at around 5.9 per cent for the current fiscal year, in line with the Economic Survey projection, PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry has said.

  • Truth vs Hype Special Report: Did Poll Power Sops Drain Narmada Dams?

    Truth vs Hype Special Report: Did Poll Power Sops Drain Narmada Dams?

    In Madhya Pradesh and in Gujarat farmers confront a looming crisis of water scarcity. According to the meteorological department, Western Madhya Pradesh has a shortfall of 60% while in parts of Central Gujarat, it is even worse, at 90%.

  • Rain in Delhi Brings Respite From Sultry Weather Conditions

    Rain in Delhi Brings Respite From Sultry Weather Conditions

    After a sweltering Saturday, showers in some parts of Delhi this afternoon finally brought some relief to the residents of the city who had been largely discomforted by the extreme heat conditions for the past few days.

  • Delhi: Sunny Sunday Morning, Cloudy Day Ahead

    Delhi: Sunny Sunday Morning, Cloudy Day Ahead

    It was a sunny Sunday morning in Delhi with the minimum temperature recorded four notches above the season's average at 30.5 degrees Celsius. The Met Office has forecast a partly cloudy day ahead.

  • Sunny Thursday Morning in Delhi

    Sunny Thursday Morning in Delhi

    It was a sunny Thursday morning in Delhi with a minimum temperature of 30.9 degrees Celsius, three notches above the season's average. The Met Office has forecast a partly cloudy day.

  • El Nino Likely to Impact Farm production, Food Prices: Economic Survey

    El Nino Likely to Impact Farm production, Food Prices: Economic Survey

    India's agriculture production and food prices may be impacted this year if a likely El Nino torpedoes monsoon rains, the Economic Survey said while asking the Centre to use constitutional powers to break monopoly of wholesale markets and give farmer...

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