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Jul 17, 2015
Jepher ChristopherNickels | Sunday August 30, 2015
Ishant Sharma's five-wicket haul gave India a 111-run lead on day three of the third Test. Armed with this lead, India were in a great position but Dhammika Prasad and Nuwan Pradeep tore through the top order before the rain arrived and resulted in early stumps. Relive all the action here.
Jepher ChristopherNickels | Saturday August 29, 2015
India reached 292/8 after rain forced early stumps on Day 2 of the final Test against Sri Lanka at the SSC, Colombo. Cheteshwar Pujara's comeback hundred helped the tourists fight back despite a top-order failure. Catch highlights here:
AgenceFrance-Presse | Friday August 28, 2015
Just 15 overs were bowled in the 75 minutes of play possible before lunch, during which Sri Lanka grabbed two early wickets after sending India in to bat on a greenish pitch under overcast conditions.
ShubhodeepChakravarty,Jepher ChristopherNickels | Friday August 28, 2015
A wet outfield caused by persistent rain washed out two entire sessions on the opening day of the series-deciding final Test between India and Sri Lanka in Colombo. Just 75 minutes of play was possible before lunch. Catch all the highlights here.
India News | Press Trust India | Thursday August 27, 2015
Heavy rains and landslides swept away three houses and damaged 70 graves in two cemeteries in Aizawl, officials said today.
India News | Written by Siddharth Ranjan Das | Tuesday August 25, 2015
While the farmers in states like Maharashtra and Karnataka are being punished with a drought-like situation, in the Dewas district of Madhya Pradesh, it is excessive rain that has destroyed huge swathes of soybean crop.
Press Trust of India | Sunday August 23, 2015
Even as fear of drought looms large in some parts of India, more than half of the country has received normal rainfall while some regions in central and southern parts have got deficient rains so far.
India News | Written by Tejas Mehta | Saturday August 22, 2015
It hits you hard, but it doesn't hurt. From the depressing barren landscape of drought-hit Marathwada in Maharashtra, suddenly bright yellow sunflower fields happily greet the eye. The dramatic change of landscape is not just a visual treat, but yet another proof of the wonders a green cover can do.
India News | Written by Alok Pandey (with inputs from Sanjay Chakraborty) | Friday August 21, 2015
Flash floods and heavy rains have led to lakhs of people being affected in Assam, due to the rising waters of Saralbhanga River and other major tributaries of the Brahmaputra River, as the Indian Army has now launched major relief operations in Assam.
India News | Written by Alok Pandey (with inputs from Sanjay Chakraborty) | Thursday August 20, 2015
Flash floods, triggered by heavy rains in the past few days, have affected nearly two lakh people in seven district of Assam. The Brahmaputra river is flowing above the danger mark in the state's Jorhat and Dibrugarh districts.
India News | Written by Tejas Mehta | Tuesday August 18, 2015
With less than 50 per cent rain this monsoon, the agrarian crisis in the drought-prone Marathwada region of Maharashtra has further deepened. At the heart of the crisis is a spurt in farmer suicides.
India News | Written by Alok Pandey, Edited by Shyam Balasubramanian | Monday August 17, 2015
Farmers in Bihar are staring into the skies, waiting. If it doesn't rain in the coming week, they say, their rice crops would wilt away. The monsoon has brought Bihar only two-thirds the normal level of rain, bringing the state to the brink of agrarian distress.
Thomson Reuters | Monday August 17, 2015
Monsoon rainfall deficit in the country has widened to 10 per cent as a strengthening El Nino weather pattern trimmed rainfall, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said, raising fears of the first drought in six years.
Delhi News | Indo-Asian News Service | Thursday August 13, 2015
Today's morning was sultry in New Delhi with the possibility of rain and thunderstorms in some areas in the day, the Meteorological Office said.
Cities | Press Trust of India | Tuesday August 11, 2015
Monsoon rains drenched the national Capital again today keeping the mercury at a comfortable level, even as traffic snarls and waterlogging woes brought discomfort to the citizens.
Siddharth Vishwanathan | Tuesday August 11, 2015
Virat Kohli's Team India has enjoyed themselves so far in Sri Lanka. From seafood to the pristine beaches of Galle, the Indians have had a great time off the field. Come Wednesday, when the first cricket Test starts, all that will matter is batting, bowling and fielding.
NDTVSports | Tuesday August 11, 2015
India and Sri Lanka's first of three Tests faces a massive threat from heavy rain that is lashing the island nation.
AmitojSingh | Monday August 10, 2015
Day 1 of the Indian team at Galle was one to remember, with rain hogging most of the (lime)light, Varun Aaron playing snakes(not ladders) and Murali Vijay's century (that wasn't).
Delhi News | Press Trust of India | Sunday August 9, 2015
Heavy rains lashed the national capital today, leading to severe water logging in low-lying areas and a drop in the minimum temperature which settled at 25 degrees Celsius.
Delhi News | Indo-Asian News Service | Saturday August 8, 2015
It was a cloudy morning in Delhi today, with the possibility of rain in some areas later in the day.
Press Trust of India | Wednesday August 5, 2015
India's practice session was hampered by rain on Tuesday. Virat Kohli's side will only pray for some play in their only three-day warm-up against Sri Lanka Board President's XI from Thursday.
Cheat Sheet | Reported by Monideepa Banerjie, Rohit Bhan and Harsha Kumari Singh, Edited by Divyanshu Dutta Roy | Tuesday August 4, 2015
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.
Thomson Reuters | Monday August 3, 2015
The government's weather department has retained its forecast for this year's monsoon rains at 88 per cent of the long-period average as a strengthening El Nino weather pattern is likely to trim rainfall in August-September to 84 per cent, raising fears of the first drought in six years.
Cheat Sheet | Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Monday August 3, 2015
At least 70 people have been killed in floods in three states, Bengal, Odisha and Manipur, because of rain in the aftermath of cyclone Komen. There are reports that a flash flood has destroyed a village in Leh in Jammu and Kashmir.