Should India gear up for cyclone Kyant? (Update)

Update: October 27, 2016 The deep depression over west central Bay of Bengal moved further west-southwestwards in past 6 hours with speed 17 kmph. At about 12 ‘oclock on October 27, 2016 the cyclone lay over west central Bay of Bengal, near latitude 15.7o N and longitude 85.5o  E about 320 km southeast of Vishakhapatnam and 460 km […]

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Poorly replenished – water levels in reservoirs falls further

The India Meteorological Department points out that for the country as a whole, cumulative rainfall during this year’s monsoon upto 22 June has been 18 per cent below the long period average. Although hopes are high that the monsoon will revive by the next month, the situation at hand would spell doom for rain dependent […]

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Weak Monsoon Conditions prevail over most parts of the country

New Delhi, July 16 (G’nY News Service): As rain mercilessly lashes the northern region of the country, the southern part is experiencing a comparatively dry spell. Rains are reported only in the state of Andhra Pradesh in the southern peninsula. Dry spells are expected to continue over Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. The India Meteorological […]

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