India's monsoon deficiency has dropped by 3%: IMD

Widespread rainfall in states like Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra has reduced the overall monsoon deficiency to 13 percent in the country, although several parts are still reeling under acute water shortage.

Heavy rains lash Punjab at harvest time

Heavy rains have lashed vast swathes of Punjab and some parts of Haryana since yesterday, raising fears of damage to paddy crop which is ready for harvesting.

Jammu-Srinagar National Highway closed for second day

The Jammu-Srinagar National Highway was closed for traffic for the second consecutive day on Wednesday following massive landslides triggered by heavy rainfall.

Rains bring down mercury in Himachal Pradesh

The entire Himachal Pradesh on Sunday saw light to moderate intermittent showers, leading to the maximum temperature dipping by four to five degrees.

Dengue: Step up check on mosquito breeding after rain, Centre to Delhi govt

The Centre on Saturday issued a fresh advisory to Delhi government to "intensify" measures to check the breeding of mosquitoes after experts warned that the dengue situation may worsen in the wake of fresh showers in the national capital.

Rains return to Rajasthan, to cover whole state in 3 days

After over a month of dry spell, rains lashed north-eastern parts of Rajasthan, including Jaipur and Kota, and the weatherman has said the whole state will be covered in the coming three days.

Japan orders 90,000 to evacuate as heavy rain triggers floods

Authorities in central Japan on Thursday ordered tens of thousands to flee their homes after torrential rains flooded rivers and triggered landslides, with one person missing after a mudslide buried houses.

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Yamuna crosses warning level; Delhi on alert

River Yamuna crosses the danger level due to heavy rains, may enter Delhi tonight, according to reports.

Incessant rains throw life out of gear in Meghalaya

Incessant rains for the last 24 hours have thrown normal life in Khasi Hills and Garo Hills region of Meghalaya out of gear, officials said on Tuesday.

Modi escapes rains, Kejriwal doesn't

Nearly four hours after Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation at the Red Fort here on Saturday, heavy rains hit the area in north Delhi. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal wasn`t lucky though. He got drenched while giving his first Independence Day address.

Rains lash Delhi, traffic, water-logging woes for residents

Monsoon rains drenched the national capital again on Tuesday keeping the mercury at a comfortable level, even as traffic snarls and water-logging woes brought discomfort to the citizens.

Heavy rains hit Delhi, several areas affected due to waterlogging
Heavy rains hit Delhi, several areas affected due to waterlogging

While heavy rains lashing Delhi and adjoining NCR region on Sunday brought respite from the humid weather, instances of waterlogging were also reported from several parts of the national capital.

West Bengal flood situation under control, as toll climbs to 100

Three more deaths were reported on Friday, taking the flood toll in West Bengal to 100.

Shun the health myths this monsoon

The monsoon brings respite from the sweltering heat but also triggers a lot of health-related issues, most of which are plain myths that have persisted over time.

Rainfall in parts of Punjab, Haryana

Light to moderate rains occurred in various parts of Punjab and Haryana on Friday, providing relief to people from hot and humid weather conditions.

Cloudy Tuesday morning in Delhi

It was a cloudy Tuesday morning here with the minimum temperature recorded at 29 degrees Celsius, the Met Office said.

Flood-hit Bengal govt in discomfort over ‘DEV-VANI’ - “Not ready to fight the flood situation”
Flood-hit Bengal govt in discomfort over ‘DEV-VANI’ - “Not ready to fight the flood situation”

The flood situation in West Bengal is getting worse day-by-day. In midst of it, the statement of ruling Trinamool party's MP Dev has further put the government into jeopardy.

Hundreds dead, millions displaced as monsoon rains heap misery on Asia

Monsoon rains have claimed hundreds of lives across Asia, authorities reported Monday, as rescuers scrambled to reach remote areas of India, Pakistan and Myanmar after flash floods and landslides. 

Heavy rains trigger floods in Gujarat, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Odisha; 81 dead
Heavy rains trigger floods in Gujarat, Rajasthan, West Bengal, Odisha; 81 dead

At least 81 people have died and more than 80 lakh people are affected in fresh floods due to excessive rains in worst affected states of Gujarat, Rajasthan, West Bengal and Odisha.