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Jun 25, 2019
IMD declares onset of Southwest Monsoon for Mumbai, but prospect of water cut in city continues to loom largeThe monsoon, which generally arrives in Mumbai on 10 June every year, is behind schedule by more than two weeks, which is the longest such delay in the last ten years.
Jun 19, 2019
Delay in monsoon raises concerns about possible drought, but late onset does not necessarily mean lower rainfallIn 2016, the monsoon landed in Kerala on 8 June but, covered the entire country by 13 July and delivered average rainfall. Other times, rainfall deficits in June were fully offset by a week of raining in July.
Apr 24, 2019
Kerala’s growing climate change crisis gets left behind in election, poll rhetoricCitizen initiatives stand in sharp contrast to the collective indifference of the political class to climate events in Kerala.
Apr 03, 2019
Skymet predicts below-normal monsoon this year owing to 'developing' El Nino, says 93% of Long Period Average expectedThe monsoon season delivers about 70 percent of India’s annual rainfall and is key to the success of the farm sector in Asia’s third-biggest economy.
Oct 01, 2018
Three days into retreat of monsoon, India left with driest September in 17 years; unexpected heavy rain damaged crores worth of kharif cropsThe dry spell, and now the heavy rainfall, raised concerns over the production of kharif, or summer-sown crops, especially in north and central India
Jul 30, 2018
RBI policy meeting: With core inflation remaining sticky, MPC has good enough reason not to delay a rate hikeIf a rate hike needs to be done, it’s better to do it now rather than delaying it, and thus making the policy course clear to the financial markets.
May 29, 2018
Monsoon arrives on Kerala coast today, says Skymet; early rains expected to boost agriculture this yearCrop-nourishing monsoon rains are likely to hit the Kerala coast in India’s southwest on Tuesday, a source from the weather office said, in the earliest start to the rains since 2011, which should boost agriculture in the world’s fastest growing major economy.
Jul 12, 2017
As monsoon takes a break, summer crop yields likely to fall; farmer woes may heightenRains are now 1 percent below normal, with the deficit as high as 35 percent in some regions, weather department data shows
Jan 05, 2017
PM Modi to focus on jobs, infra spending to spur growthA senior farm ministry official said budget spending on the sector for the next fiscal year could rise to about Rs 50,000 crore
Jul 22, 2016
India's water reservoirs at 34% capacity in week to June 2The latest levels were higher than the last 10 years' average of 33 percent, and were 5 percentage points more compared with the previous week