The 6 pm bulletin of the IMD further informed that the Deep Depression is very likely to move nearly northwards, and weaken further into a Depression by midnight and into a Low Pressure Area by Friday noon
GHMC Commissioner DS Lokesh Kumar urged people to vacate dilapidated buildings and sheds while Bhadradri-Kothagudem district administration urged people not to venture out till water receded
Over 6,800 people have been evacuated in Bihar as several rivers, including Gandak, Burhi Gandak and Koshi are flowing in spate, said a NDRF spokesperson
Earthquake of magnitude 4.5 jolts Himachal Pradesh’s Chamba; sixth occurrence in district since Friday
A 4.5 magnitude quake shook Himachal Pradesh's Chamba district on Sunday night, but no loss of life or property was was reported
Daily Bulletin: BJP core committee to meet over Maharashtra govt formation; Cylcone Bulbul makes landfall, Kolkata airport suspended till 6 am today; day's top stories
Here are today's top stories: Maharashtra govt formation: BJP core meeting to be held today after Governor asks party to prove majority; India, Bangladesh face off in the T20I series showdown at Nagpur; and more
Operations in Kolkata airport suspended, over 1.2 lakh evacuated as Bengal braces for Cyclone Bulbul landfall; heavy rain, flooding expected in coastal districts
Operations in Kolkata airport has been suspended till 6 am Sunday while the West Bengal government said that over 1.2 lakh people have been evacuated from coastal areas as the state braces for the severe cyclonic storm Bulbul to make landfall today evening.
Cyclone Bulbul: Storm likely to make landfall between West Bengal, Bangladesh coasts by late evening or night
The very severe cyclonic storm 'Bulbul' over the Bay of Bengal is likely to make landfall between West Bengal-Bangladesh coasts by late Saturday evening or night, bringing in its wake very heavy rain and gale wind of up to 135 kilometres per hour along the coastline, the MeT department said
Cyclone Bulbul gathers intensity, likely to make landfall between West Bengal and Bangladesh coasts in early hours of 10 Nov
The storm might cause damage to kutcha houses, power and communication lines and roads in parts of the state, Regional Met Director GK Das said, advising people in vulnerable areas to stay indoors, it might also uproot trees, ruin crops and cause embankment erosion, he warned
Cyclone Hikaa intensifies over north-west, west-central Arabian Sea; MeT department advices Gujarat fishermen not to venture into sea
The cyclone is likely to maintain its intensity for the next six hours and weaken gradually thereafter', the IMD said
North India reels under landslides, floods as heavy rains in Himachal, Bengal claim 9 lives; high-alert issued for Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Andhra, Telangana
Several states across the country continue to grapple with heavy rainfall, with parts of Himachal Pradesh, West Bengal, and Delhi witnessing 'extremely heavy' rainfall over the weekend.
Man dies after falling into overflowing drain in Bengal's Jalpaiguri district as incessant rains wreaks havoc
A man died in West Bengal's Jalpaiguri district after he fell into an overflowing drain, as incessant rain continued to wreak havoc.
Delhi witnesses sudden change in weather as light rains lower temperature; MeT dept forecasts thunderstorm, dust storm today
Rain in Delhi will be much welcome as the monsoon has been projected to delayed well beyond normal this year. The rains are expected to hit North India by as late as the first week of July.
Four Kerala districts on orange alert for 10 June as monsoon onset likely over weekend; rainfall over state to intensify from today
Even as several parts of the country reel under a heatwave showed no signs of letting up, the Kerala State Disaster Management Authority has issued an Orange alert in Thiruvananthapuram, Kollam, Alappuzha and Ernakulam districts for 10 June
India heatwave: Mercury hits 50.6°C in Rajasthan's Churu; IMD warns of severe heat over the week, issues red alert in Delhi
Heatwave in India: The Indian Meteorological Department said severe heat could stay for up to a week across Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh states.
India weather updates: Vidarbha, Marathwada sweat as mercury crosses 45°C; heatwave to persist over the week
A delayed monsoon has left most parts of India sizzling, with temperatures soaring above 40°C across several cities in central and northern India, crossing 45°C at several places.
Overcast conditions in New Delhi; thundershowers and hail predicted as minimum temperature settles at 15 degrees Celsius
The minimum temperature was recorded at 15 degrees Celsius, according to the MeT Department. The maximum temperature is expected to hover around 25 degrees Celsius
Heavy snowfall cuts off Kashmir from rest of country; Jammu-Srinagar highway closed, clearing operations underway
Kashmir was cut off from the rest of the country on Saturday as both, surface, as well as aerial connectivity to the valley, was disrupted due to heavy snowfall which threw life out of gear.
15 trains delayed by three hours in Delhi due to dense fog; cold wave to prevail in north India for next three days
The list of delayed trains included Varanasi-Delhi Kashi Vishwanath Express, Malda -Delhi Frakka Express, Howrah-New Delhi Poorva Express, Gaya-New Delhi Mahabodhi Express, Bhagalpur -Anand Vihar Vikramshila among others.
Delhi records coldest December day in 12 years at 3.7 degree Celsius; moderate fog blankets city reducing visibility
Delhi on Sunday recorded its coldest December temperature in the past 12 years with mercury dipping to 3.7 degrees Celsius, as a moderate cover of fog surrounded the city, reducing visibility.
IMD predicts cyclone-like conditions in Arabian Sea in first week of October; warns Kerala fisherfolk to keep off sea
The IMD predicted the formation of a low-pressure system that could turn into a storm was predicted in the South East parts of Arabian Sea on Sunday.