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After weakening, Cyclone Gulab likely to intensify into another cyclone by 1 October, says IMD
India

After weakening, Cyclone Gulab likely to intensify into another cyclone by 1 October, says IMD

Many areas in Gujarat are likely to receive rainfall due to the remnants of Cyclone Gulab.

IMD predicts cyclonic storm off Gujarat coast, asks fishermen not to venture into sea till 2 October
India

IMD predicts cyclonic storm off Gujarat coast, asks fishermen not to venture into sea till 2 October

It also asked fishermen who were out in the sea to return to the coast by Wednesday evening.

The Friday List: From a talk on puppetry to Amazon Prime Video's Toofan, your weekly calendar of virtual events
Arts & Culture

The Friday List: From a talk on puppetry to Amazon Prime Video's Toofan, your weekly calendar of virtual events

Every Friday, we'll bring you a curated list of online experiences — performances, talks, tours, screenings — to mark on your weekly calendar.

Captain of barge P305 chose to not move away from Cyclone Tauktae’s path, says survivor
India

Captain of barge P305 chose to not move away from Cyclone Tauktae’s path, says survivor

Three barges, an anchor handling boat and a drillship lost anchors and drifted away as the cyclone skirted the western coast

Cyclone Tauktae: 26 dead, 49 missing after barge sinks off Mumbai coast; rescue operations underway
India

Cyclone Tauktae: 26 dead, 49 missing after barge sinks off Mumbai coast; rescue operations underway

The barge had 261 persons on board when it got caught in Cyclone Tauktae on Monday, of which 186 persons were rescued

Cyclone Tauktae likely to reach Gujarat on 18 May; NDRF deploys 53 teams in costal states, including Kerala, TN
India

Cyclone Tauktae likely to reach Gujarat on 18 May; NDRF deploys 53 teams in costal states, including Kerala, TN

The cyclonic activity would bring rain, and at some places thunderstorms, in the entire coastal belt on 16, 17 and 18 May. Some places would get heavy to extremely heavy rainfall on 17 and 18 May, the IMD said

Indian Navy MiG-29K trainer jet crashes into Arabian Sea; one pilot rescued, search on for another
India

Indian Navy MiG-29K trainer jet crashes into Arabian Sea; one pilot rescued, search on for another

The naval force on Friday confirmed that the accident occurred at 5 pm on Thursday. This is the third crash of MiG 29K in the past 12 months.

Sumukhi Suresh condemns online abuse against female comics: 'You won't be allowed to think you can violate our bodies'
Arts & Culture

Sumukhi Suresh condemns online abuse against female comics: 'You won't be allowed to think you can violate our bodies'

Sumukhi Suresh took to Twitter, lambasting online abuse against women, especially those working in the field of entertainment.

Comedian Agrima Joshua apologises for 'hurting sentiments' with Chhatrapati Shivaji joke after Shiv Sena MLA demands arrest
Arts & Culture

Comedian Agrima Joshua apologises for 'hurting sentiments' with Chhatrapati Shivaji joke after Shiv Sena MLA demands arrest

In the video, Agrima Joshua can be heard commenting on a Shivaji Maharaj statue set to be erected in the Arabian Sea while making jocular references to what was said about it on Quora.

Reduced rainfall activity expected over west coast in next 24-48 hrs; IMD predicts strong winds over Arabian Sea
India

Reduced rainfall activity expected over west coast in next 24-48 hrs; IMD predicts strong winds over Arabian Sea

The meteorological department said winds measuring 50-60 kmph are likely over southwest and west-central Arabian Sea. Wind speeds of 45-55 kmph likely over northwest, east-central, and northeast of the sea.

Revisiting Basu Chatterjee's Bombay, a city that valued sustainability and small joys over relentless ambition
Entertainment

Revisiting Basu Chatterjee's Bombay, a city that valued sustainability and small joys over relentless ambition

Basu Chatterjee's Bombay, in films like Piya Ka Ghar and Chhoti Si Baat, was a city that was more than the sum of its parts

Cyclone Nisarg: Mumbai, Thane and adjoining districts put on alert; 10 NDRF teams deployed, six more on stand-by
India

Cyclone Nisarg: Mumbai, Thane and adjoining districts put on alert; 10 NDRF teams deployed, six more on stand-by

The Maharashtra government on Monday sounded an alert in Mumbai and neighbouring districts in view of the approaching cyclonic storm 'Nisarg', which is expected to hit the state's coast on 3 June.

As Cyclone Nisarga forms in Arabian Sea, India Meteorological Department issues red alert for coastal Maharashtra and Gujarat
India

As Cyclone Nisarga forms in Arabian Sea, India Meteorological Department issues red alert for coastal Maharashtra and Gujarat

According to a report in Moneycontrol, the IMD has also issued an orange code warning for Kerala, coastal Karnataka, Goa and coastal Maharashtra for today.

Cyclone expected to hit Maharashtra in 2-3 days as low pressure area forms over Arabian Sea, warns Uddhav Thackeray
India

Cyclone expected to hit Maharashtra in 2-3 days as low pressure area forms over Arabian Sea, warns Uddhav Thackeray

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Sunday requested fishermen to avoid venturing into the sea as the cyclone is expected to hit the Arabian Sea

IMD says low-pressure area near western coast will develop into cyclonic storm in next two days; rainfall likely in Maharashtra, Gujarat
India

IMD says low-pressure area near western coast will develop into cyclonic storm in next two days; rainfall likely in Maharashtra, Gujarat

The IMD stated that the 'low pressure' which has formed over the Arabian Sea is likely to move towards Maharashtra and Gujarat and will cause rainfall over these states.

Cyclone Amphan: Global warming could make cyclones more dangerous, harder to predict
science

Cyclone Amphan: Global warming could make cyclones more dangerous, harder to predict

Last year, the cyclone season was a monster with six severe, six very severe, and three extremely severe cyclone storms.

Lack of Pak govt's intervention can spur migration, ecological imbalances in once-flourishing Indus Delta
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Lack of Pak govt's intervention can spur migration, ecological imbalances in once-flourishing Indus Delta

Dam construction and mismanagement of water by the government have significantly reduced river flows, causing the Indus delta to shrink, threatening both human life and its ecology.

Air India building sale: Crisis-hit airline may seek stand of new govt in Maharashtra on iconic Nariman Point tower
Business

Air India building sale: Crisis-hit airline may seek stand of new govt in Maharashtra on iconic Nariman Point tower

After the previous state government had expressed interest in the building, Air India had deferred the plan to sell the landmark building.

Indian Coast Guard, with help of seven merchant vessels, rescues 264 fishermen from Arabian Sea; survivors being given food, first aid
India

Indian Coast Guard, with help of seven merchant vessels, rescues 264 fishermen from Arabian Sea; survivors being given food, first aid

Distress call was received on 3 December and a total of seven Merchant Vessels transiting through area responded to Coast Guard Maritime Rescue Centre

#Mumbairains dominates trends as Twitterati responds to the surprise weather change and untimely showers
India

#Mumbairains dominates trends as Twitterati responds to the surprise weather change and untimely showers

As Twitterati reacted to the surprise weather change, #Mumbairains started to dominate trends on the microblogging site.