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  • Heavy Rain Floods Philippine Capital; Markets, Schools Shut

    Heavy Rain Floods Philippine Capital; Markets, Schools Shut

    A tropical storm dumped heavy rain on the Philippine capital on Friday, flooding many parts of the city, shutting schools, government offices and financial markets.

  • Heavy Rainfall Likely in South Odisha

    Heavy Rainfall Likely in South Odisha

    Heavy downpour is likely to occur some places in south Odisha while rain and thundershower will continue in many parts of the state till tomorrow due to a low pressure area, the MeT office said today.

  • Delhi: Light Rain likely on Wednesday

    Delhi: Light Rain likely on Wednesday

    The national capital experienced a hot and sunny Tuesday as the maximum temperature settled a notch above the season's average at 34.6 degrees Celsius. Light rain is expected on Wednesday, a Meteorological department official said.

  • Davis Cup: Rain-Hit Bhambri-Krajinovic Tie to Resume at 12 Noon on Monday

    Davis Cup: Rain-Hit Bhambri-Krajinovic Tie to Resume at 12 Noon on Monday

    Yuki Bhambri, who had lost the first set 3-6 against the Serb, was 4-4 into the second when rain played spoilsport in the World Playoff tie.

  • In Jammu, Safeguarding the Border While Braving the Floods

    In Jammu, Safeguarding the Border While Braving the Floods

    Five days of incessant rain in Jammu and Kashmir followed by flooding of the Chenab River has washed away over 40 kilometres of the border fencing.

  • J&K Floods: Weather Clears, Rescue Work Resumes in Kashmir

    J&K Floods: Weather Clears, Rescue Work Resumes in Kashmir

    With the weather condition improving in Jammu and Kashmir, rescue and relief operations resumed in flood-hit areas of the state. All the air operations were halted earlier today because of the rain, triggering panic among the residents. Officials say...

  • One Lakh 30 Thousand Rescued from Flood-Ravaged Jammu and Kashmir: 10 Latest Developments

    One Lakh 30 Thousand Rescued from Flood-Ravaged Jammu and Kashmir: 10 Latest Developments

    With rain having stopped, armed forces and the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) have managed to rescue at least one lakh 30 thousand people from flood-ravaged Jammu and Kashmir, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said today. The Supreme Court has ask...

  • Kashmir Floods: Educational Institutions Reopen in Jammu

    Kashmir Floods: Educational Institutions Reopen in Jammu

    With rain having stopped and water receding, educational institutions in the Jammu region, except those serving as relief camps for flood-affected people, reopened after almost a week today. In flood-ravaged Srinagar, water has receded but there is s...

  • Ground Report: This Jammu Village Vanished from the Map

    Ground Report: This Jammu Village Vanished from the Map

    With the rain now stopping and interior areas of Jammu and Kashmir becoming accessible, the extent of damage in last week's devastating flood is becoming clearer.

  • 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.

  • Rainfall Drives Down Monsoon Deficit by 7 Per Cent in 2 Weeks

    Rainfall Drives Down Monsoon Deficit by 7 Per Cent in 2 Weeks

    With a good spell of rain across the country, the overall monsoon deficiency has come down substantially by seven per cent in two weeks.

  • Learning About Finances From The Fashion Fraternity

    Learning About Finances From The Fashion Fraternity

    It was a time of high fashion and glamour in Mumbai in mid-August. While the rain gods were showering their blessings on the parched city, the who's who in the fashion and entertainment industry were pouring in at the posh Palladium Hotel in central ...

  • As Rain Stops in Jammu and Kashmir, Thousands Still Wait for Rescue

    As Rain Stops in Jammu and Kashmir, Thousands Still Wait for Rescue

    With respite from rain and flood waters receding, the Army has scaled up its air-lift rescue operations in Jammu and Kashmir today. But there is a complete breakdown of the telecommunication network and could take two more days to fix. Over 150 peopl...

  • In Srinagar, Floods Washed Away This Man's Wedding

    In Srinagar, Floods Washed Away This Man's Wedding

    In Srinagar, the capital of flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir, a shopping complex under construction serves as a dingy temporary shelter.

  • Monsoon Rains Kill 128 in Pakistan

    Monsoon Rains Kill 128 in Pakistan

    Heavy monsoon rains and flash floods have killed 128 people in Pakistan, officials said on Saturday, as forecasters warned of more rain in the coming days and troops raced to evacuate people from deluged areas.

  • Heavy Monsoon Rains Kill 110 People in Pakistan

    Heavy Monsoon Rains Kill 110 People in Pakistan

    A government official in Pakistan says 110 people have been killed across the country in heavy monsoon downpours and flooding as more rain is forecast for the coming days.

  • Delhi: More Rain Likely on Saturday

    Delhi: More Rain Likely on Saturday

    It was a pleasant Saturday morning as light rain and cool breeze kept the minimum temperature two notches below the season's average at 23.6 degrees Celsius.

  • Five of Family Killed As Rain Lashes Punjab, Haryana

    Five of Family Killed As Rain Lashes Punjab, Haryana

    Five members of the same family people were killed when their house collapsed in Punjab's Amritsar district on Friday.

  • Home Minister Rajnath Singh to Conduct Aerial Survey of Flood-Affected Areas in J&K

    Home Minister Rajnath Singh to Conduct Aerial Survey of Flood-Affected Areas in J&K

    With Jammu and Kashmir battling the worst floods in nearly six decades, Home Minister Rajnath Singh will conduct an aerial survey of Poonch, Rajouri and Anantnag areas in the state tomorrow.

  • Vaishnodevi Yatra Suspended on Second Consecutive Day

    Vaishnodevi Yatra Suspended on Second Consecutive Day

    Yatra to Mata Vaishnodevi cave shrine has been suspended for second consecutive day today in view of heavy rains in Jammu and Kashmir as authorities said the pilgrimage would be resumed only after the weather improves.

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