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Monsoon likely to hit Kerala coast on 30 May, says IMD

May 14, 2015

Monsoon likely to hit Kerala coast on 30 May, says IMD

IMD has already predicted that India is likely to witness a "below normal" monsoon season for a second consecutive year. #NewsTracker #Monsoon #Weather #El Nino #Indian Meteorological Department #Andaman Sea
Monsoon expected to hit Kerala on 1 June but rainfall may remain below normal

May 11, 2015

Monsoon expected to hit Kerala on 1 June but rainfall may remain below normal

Monsoon is expected to arrive on time this year, hitting Kerala on June 1, but rainfall may remain below normal, prompting the government to put in place a contingency plan and push crop insurance for farmers. #Monsoon #Indian Meteorological Department #rainfall #Skymet
Live: Nepal earthquake death toll touches 7,365; 100 bodies found at a village

May 05, 2015

Live: Nepal earthquake death toll touches 7,365; 100 bodies found at a village

A high-intensity earthquake measuring 7.5 on the Richter scale rocked many parts of East and North India, including Delhi, epicentre of which was Nepal. #World #India #NewsTracker #Nepal #IMD #earthquake #Varanasi #Disaster #Indian Meteorological Department #tremors #Richter scale #epicentre #PM Narendra Modi
Maruti to continue with rural drive despite weak rain forecast

Apr 23, 2015

Maruti to continue with rural drive despite weak rain forecast

According to the Indian Meteorological Department, India is likely to witness a "below normal" monsoon in 2015, for the second consecutive year. #Maruti Suzuki #CompanyWatch #Society of Indian Automobile Manufacturers #RC Bhargava #National Green Tribunal #Indian Meteorological Department
Bad news: IMD predicts below normal monsoon as El Nino impact looms

Apr 23, 2015

Bad news: IMD predicts below normal monsoon as El Nino impact looms

Last year, India experienced deficient rainfall with 88 percent of the LPA with states in north west region like Rajasthan, Haryana, Delhi-NCR and western Uttar Pradesh being affected. #Economy #NewsTracker #Agriculture #Monsoon #El Nino #Indian Meteorological Department #Skymet #Harsh Vardhan #Laxman Rathore