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Monsoon to arrive in north India by first week of July: IMD

Jun 28, 2014

Monsoon to arrive in north India by first week of July: IMD

According to Skyment, a private weather forecasting agency, there could be some respite in the first week of July for the national capital reeling under searing heat. #Uttar Pradesh #India #Punjab #Delhi #NewsTracker #Monsoon #IMD #North India #El Nino #Rains #south west monsoon
Tata Capital thanks Do Righters for completing Aatmaram's Half Story

Dec 02, 2013

Tata Capital thanks Do Righters for completing Aatmaram's Half Story

Thanks to 'Do Righters', the supporters of the Half-Stories cause - an initiative by Tata Capital, the company has now successfully accomplished its first journey and the task of helping Gaddi community in its survival. #North East India #Himachal Pradesh #North India #Donations #Tata Capital #Do Right #Half Stories #Gaddi Tribe #Nomadic Tribe #Shepherds #Aatmaram
Uttarakhand floods: Worried families, relieved survivors tell their stories

Jun 20, 2013

Uttarakhand floods: Worried families, relieved survivors tell their stories

With over 150 dead and many tens of thousands stranded, worried family members are waiting for news of their loved ones. These are some of their accounts as well as of those who have been rescued. #NewsTracker #Uttarakhand #Monsoon #Natural Disaster #North India #Flooding #Kedarnath #Land slides

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Uttarakhand floods: Worried families, relieved survivors tell their stories

Sep 17, 2014

Powering up Mumbai: A distant island

The much talked-about 'islanding' scheme for Mumbai is a distant goal at this stage, with neither of the two power generation companies which have plants in the city having any plans to increase capacity or construct more facilities. The islanding sc... #India #Mumbai
Uttarakhand floods: Worried families, relieved survivors tell their stories

Sep 03, 2014

North India stares at acute power crisis after crippling coal shortage

Blackouts looked set to worsen across large swathes of northern India after several power plants shut down because of a crippling coal shortage and a deficient monsoon that has driven up demand in an economy fast recovering from a two-year slump... #India #Mumbai
Uttarakhand floods: Worried families, relieved survivors tell their stories

Sep 05, 2014

Victoria Aitken on how her grandmother spent some of her happiest years at Anmer Hall

Penelope Maffey partly grew up at Anmer Hall which was gifted to her father by King George V for his service as Chief Commissioner of India’s North-West Frontier Province... #India #Mumbai