28 dead as rain, hailstorms lash Maharashtra

Unseasonal rains accompanied by severe hailstorms have left at least 28 people dead and over 100 others injured across Maharashtra in the past 10 days.

Mawsynram – the wettest place on Earth

Deep in India’s northeast, villagers use grass to sound-proof their huts from rain and a sign tells visitors they are in “wettest place on earth.”

3 districts flooded in Arunachal, CM sounds red alert

Incessant rains in the past few days have caused flood in at least three districts of Arunachal Pradesh.

North India receives rains

Parts of North India on Thursday received moderate to heavy rainfall which left some cities water-logged.

Rains in North India

North India received heavy to
moderate rainfall as parts of the region, including capital Delhi, faced disruptions in normal life.

Heavy rains likely in Rajasthan, relief work continues

The South-West monsoon is again likely to be vigorously active in parts of Rajasthan for which the Met department on Sunday issued a fresh warning.

Four dead, 2 missing as heavy rain lash Central Kerala

Heavy rains lashed parts of central Kerala on Friday claiming four lives, including that of a woman.

Temperatures rise in North India

The mercury rose across North India on Thursday even as some states like Uttar Pradesh received rains over a few places.

Heavy rains lash national capital; one dead

Heavy rains lashed Delhi in
which one person died of apparent electrocution and crippled
the city inundating several low-lying areas, causing massive
traffic jams.

Forum: Monsoon Memories

Does the fragrance of wet earth remind you of days gone by spent sipping tea and munching pakoras?

Rains lash west, north; Amarnath Yatra temporarily suspended

Heavy showers lashed parts of
Maharashtra and Gujarat today as eleven persons died in
rain-related incidents in Madhya Pradesh, while rain god
smiled on north India also, causing temporary suspension of Amarnath Yatra.

Monsoon woes makes Citi lower GDP growth to 5.2 pc

Deficient monsoon has prompted
financial major Citigroup India to revise its growth forecast
for the country from 6.8 per cent to 5.2 per cent.

24% less monsoon rain but no cause for alarm: CRIDA

Monsoon rain in the country was
24 per cent below normal as of last week with maximum deficit
of 44 per cent in the north-west region but a top Agriculture
scientist said today the situation is not alarming.