Cyclone Maha likely to intensify into 'very severe' cyclonic storm by today evening; moderately heavy rains predicted over Gujarat, Lakshadweep
At present, the Cyclone Maha is moving in northwest direction in the West Central Arabian Sea, and it will continue to move in the same direction until 4 November.
Cyclone Maha to intensify into 'very severe' in next 24 hrs, likely to bring heavy rain to south Gujarat from 6 Nov, says IMD
Severe cyclonic storm 'Maha' is likely to bring heavy rainfall over southern parts of Gujarat from 6 November, the India Meteorological Department said on Friday
IMD predicts heavy rains for Bihar, Himachal Pradesh, Uttarakhand today; squally weather likely over south Gujarat coast
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said that isolated places over Bihar, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand are likely to receive heavy rainfall on Thursday
Administration clueless as tar balls wash up along India’s western coast; experts claim it's a deep, recurring problem
Even though Central Board of Pollution Control claims that there has been no oil spill along India's western coast, tar balls are not only more excessive than previous years, they are also bigger in size, with beaches from Southern Gujarat, Daman and now even Mumbai’s coastline being covered with waxy formations lending the air a distinctly oily smell
Indian Coast Guard (ICG) has seized 1,500 kgs of heroin
The Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (PMSA) has apprehended 23 Indian fishermen and seized their four boats off the Gujarat coast, according to an official of the National Fishworkers' Forum.
ICGS Samudra Pavak apprehended the boat at about 10.15 am off Gujarat coast, the Coast Guard said, adding preliminary information indicated those on board were Pakistani fishermen.
The Pakistan Maritime Security Agency (MSA) on Friday apprehended 48 Indian fishermen and seized 8 of their boats near Jakhau port off the Gujarat coast, officials of National Fishworkers Forum (NFF) said.
With questions over Coast Guard's 'boat' operation persisting, Home Minister Rajnath Singh said those travelling in the Pakistan vessel were suspected terrorists as per the "given circumstances".
A suspected terror bid was foiled by the Coast Guard when officials intercepted a suspicious boat near the Porbandar coast off Guajrat, say reports. We track the updates live.
Pakistan on Monday dismissed as a "very silly allegation" India's assertions that the boat which exploded off the Gujarat coast belonged to it.
According to Indian Express report, the 25-foot vessel was captained by Yaqboob Baloch, a resident of the Lyari town in Karachi. Baloch is believed to work for Balochistan-based drug cartel of Mir Yakub Bizenjo.
Here's all you need know about the incident seems to have worsened already sour ties between India and Pakistan.
Indian Coast Guard (ICG) on Friday said suspicions were raised about the identity of crew of the explosives-laden boat intercepted by them, as they did not resemble fishermen from their dressing style and carried no nets.
Coast Guard on Wednesday chased a Pakistani fishing boat that had intruded into Indian waters and arrested 14 fishermen.
Forty Indian fishermen arrested by Pakistan's Maritime Security Agency were formally booked today for illegally entering the country's waters, an official said.
Pakistan marine security kills one fisherman, abducts 30 at the Gujarat coast.