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  • Heavy Rain And Snow Pound California, Raising Mudslide Risk

    Heavy Rain And Snow Pound California, Raising Mudslide Risk

    Intense rain, heavy snow and strong winds lashed California and southern Oregon on Friday, prompting the evacuation of more than a hundred homes threatened by mudslides near Los Angeles, officials said.

  • Sinkhole Opens Up Near Australian Prime Minister's Sydney Home

    Sinkhole Opens Up Near Australian Prime Minister's Sydney Home

    A sinkhole opened up less than 1 kilometre (0.62 mile) from Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull's home in the wealthy Sydney suburb of Point Piper, media said on Wednesday, after a night of heavy rain and flash flooding.

  • Britain, Spain Advance in Davis Cup, Rain Halts Argentina

    Britain, Spain Advance in Davis Cup, Rain Halts Argentina

    Spain's Pablo Carreno Busta swept Croatian journeyman Nikola Mektic in straight sets to clinch a 3-2 victory and set up a mouthwatering quarter-final clash with Novak Djokovic's Serbia.

  • New Zealand-Australia Second ODI Washed Out

    New Zealand-Australia Second ODI Washed Out

    Rain washed out the second One-Day International between New Zealand and Australia which was supposed to be played in Napier.

  • In Budget Speech, President Says Government Committed To 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikaas': 10 Points

    In Budget Speech, President Says Government Committed To 'Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikaas': 10 Points

    President Pranab Mukherjee in his address to a joint session of Parliament to mark the start of the Budget Session stressed that his government was committed to 'sabka saath sabka vikaas'. He said various steps had been taken by the government for inclusive growth of minorities and the welfare of 'divyangs' or specially-abled. He said like the rain...

  • 360 Degree View Of India's 68th Republic Day Parade In Delhi

    360 Degree View Of India's 68th Republic Day Parade In Delhi

    India's armed forces and diverse culture was at splendid show on the Rajpath on India's 68th RepubIic Day. An overcast sky drizzling intermittently, led to some moments of anxiousness -- but the rain gods were kind enough to relent till after the event was over. On both sides of Rajpath, a crowd of about 50,000 people -- including Indian and foreig...

  • Delhi Fog: Low Visibility Delays 20 Flights, 25 Trains

    Delhi Fog: Low Visibility Delays 20 Flights, 25 Trains

    Delhi since early morning today has been engulfed in a thick blanket of fog accompanied by a noticeable drop in temperature. The low visibility has slowed down traffic on roads. At least 20 flights - 11 international and 9 domestic - in and out of the Delhi international airport have been delayed. At least one train has been cancelled, 9 reschedule...

  • Deadly Storm Batters Eastern US With Wind And Heavy Rain

    Deadly Storm Batters Eastern US With Wind And Heavy Rain

    A powerful storm system plowed up the US Eastern seaboard with torrential showers and high winds on Monday, hindering airline and rail travel, after killing at least 21 people in the South, many in mobile homes demolished by tornadoes.

  • Storm System Roars Up US East Coast After Tornados Kill 18

    Storm System Roars Up US East Coast After Tornados Kill 18

    A powerful weather system swept up the US East Coast on Monday with pounding rain and high winds, potentially snarling travel for millions after tornados killed at least 18 people in Georgia and Mississippi over the weekend.

  • Mominul Haque, Tamim Iqbal shine in New Zealand gloom

    Mominul Haque, Tamim Iqbal shine in New Zealand gloom

    Mominul Haque and Tamim Iqbal plundered the New Zealand attack to have Bangladesh 154-3 at stumps on a rain-disrupted opening day of the first Test.

  • Dangerous Blizzard, Flooding As New Storm Hits California

    Dangerous Blizzard, Flooding As New Storm Hits California

    About 2,000 people in a rural California community near Sacramento were asked to leave their homes Tuesday as a river swollen by days of heavy rain threatened to flood, while north of San Francisco thousands more were urged to seek higher ground.

  • Vibrant Gujarat Summit: Global CEOs Rain Praises For PM Modi's Policies

    Vibrant Gujarat Summit: Global CEOs Rain Praises For PM Modi's Policies

    Chiefs of Japan's Suzuki Motor Corp, US-based Emerson Electric, chemicals manufacturer Huntsman Corp and tech giant Cisco were among those praising PM Modi for programmes like Digital India, Skill India and Make in India.

  • Tamil Nadu Will Be Declared Drought Hit: Chief Minister Panneerselvam

    Tamil Nadu Will Be Declared Drought Hit: Chief Minister Panneerselvam

    Tamil Nadu will declare all its 32 districts drought hit, Chief Minister O Panneerselvam has said. The state receives rain from the returning monsoon in December, but with a 60 per cent deficit this year, the state government has announced a detailed plan to reduce the burden on farmers.

  • More Rain, Snow Forecast As US Storm Brings Floods To California

    More Rain, Snow Forecast As US Storm Brings Floods To California

    Forecasters expect another half foot of rain to soak central and northern California and the Sierra Nevada mountains through early Tuesday, coming on the heels of powerful storms that walloped the state and other parts of the US west on Sunday.

  • Delhi Witnesses First Spell Of Winter Rain

    Delhi Witnesses First Spell Of Winter Rain

    The national capital received light rain this morning with the minimum temperature recorded at 13.5 degrees Celsius, six notches above the season's average.

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