MET 2020 merit list | The merit list has been released on the basis of marks obtained by students in the entrance test and Class 12 examinations
MET 2020: Manipal Academy of Higher Education releases scorecard for entrance test on results.manipal.edu
MET 2020 | More than two lakh candidates appeared for the admission test that was conducted in remote proctored online mode between 1 and 12 August
Nine flights cancelled after heavy fog engulfs Srinagar airport; visibility limited to around 600 metres, says AAI official
The fog also disrupted the air traffic to and fro Srinagar as no flight operations took place because of the poor visibility, the AAI official added
Nita Ambani named first Indian trustee of New York Metropolitan Museum of Art in its almost 150-year history
Philanthropist Nita Ambani has been named to the board of the United State's largest art museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art. She has been elected as an honorary trustee of the museum, and is first Indian on the Met's board in its almost 150-year history.
A new exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art showcases exquisite, centuries-old paintings depicting scenes from Ramayana
Monsoon deficiency falls to 21% nationwide, says IMD, but 91 reservoirs, 62 water bodies report 80% decline in storage
Three-fourths of MeT department's sub-meteorological divisions in the country fall under the "deficient" rainfall category.
Heavy rainfall warning issued in parts of Gujarat; state Met department says depression in Arabian Sea may turn into cyclonic storm
Gujarat is at present reeling under severe heat wave as the maximum temperature in major cities, including Ahmedabad, has been over 43 degrees Celsius since last week of May.
Heat wave persists over northern India: Temperatures in parts of Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh reach around 47 degrees Celsius
The sweltering heat is likely to persist in most parts of Rajasthan over the next 48 hours. The IMD has forecast the possibility of duststorm/thunderstorm and gusty winds at isolated places.
2018 sixth warmest year since 1901 in India, says IMD: 1,428 die due to harsh weather, including floods and thunderstorms
A total of 1,428 people died due to extreme weather events in 2018, which was also the sixth warmest year since 1901, Of the 1,428 deaths recorded last year, heavy rains and subsequent flooding, dust storms, thunderstorms and lightning claimed half the lives.
Uttarakhand rains: 180 tourists rescued at Kempty Falls in Mussoorie, 100-metre-long lake formed near Tehri Garhwal-Dehradun border
This comes after at least three people died when their houses collapsed due to landslides in Uttarakhand's Kot village on Wednesday.
Heavy rains lash Odisha: Five trains cancelled, road traffic hit; downpour likely to continue tomorrow
Life remained crippled in many parts of Odisha on Tuesday due to incessant rainfall triggered by a low pressure.
The 50-issue NSE Nifty ended at 10,736.15, up 121.80 points, or 1.15 percent, after shuttling between 10,763.80 and 10,620.40.
Met dept issues thunderstorm warning for Uttar Pradesh; Siddhartnagar, Kushinagar, Maharajganj districts may be affected
Thunderstorm and squall are "very likely" to hit some areas of eastern Uttar Pradesh on Friday, the meteorological office has warned.
A squall and dust storm with a wind speed of up to 109 kmph barrelled through Delhi and neighbouring areas on Sunday, affecting flight, rail and metro operations, uprooting trees, and leading to incidents of wall collapse
A dust storm accompanied by squall hit Delhi after a scorching hot morning bringing down the mercury. In a sudden change of weather, the sky turned cloudy around 4:30 pm and gusty winds swept the city
Met Department issues thunderstorm warning for 13 states; Schools in Haryana to remain closed on 7 and 8 May
The meteorological department has warned of thunderstorm accompanied with squall at isolated places in Haryana between 7 and 8 May, following which the state government decided that all government and private schools will remain closed on these two days.
A dust storm hit Delhi on Friday evening, plunging the city into darkness and throwing traffic out of gear in parts of the national capital
Cold wave grips north India: Over 20 trains cancelled, night temperature in Srinagar slips to -6.2 degrees
The cold wave sweeping northern India tightened its grip in Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Haryana and parts of Himachal Pradesh.
The cold wave sweeping most parts of Haryana and Punjab refused to abate on Monday with Narnaul and Adampur reeling at respective minimum temperatures of 0.5 degrees and 0.7 degrees Celsius.
Jammu and Kashmir's Kargil witnesses season's coldest night; IMD says mercury likely to drop further
Kashmir Valley continued to reel under intense cold wave as the mercury settled several degrees below freezing point at all weather stations