WI Vs IND | 1st Test Aug 22, 2019
WI 189/8 (59.0)
SL Vs NZ | 2nd Test Aug 22, 2019
NZ 29/1 (10.5)
ENG Vs AUS | 3rd Test Aug 22, 2019
AUS 171/6 (57.0)
IR Vs IB | Match 2 Aug 23, 2019
IR 257/4 (108.0)
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Jul 04, 2019
Urbanization, changing cropping patterns contributing to temperature rise: studyChange in land use and land cover is responsible for half of this rise in temperature.
Jul 02, 2019
Producing coarse grains can help mitigate climate change effects on food supplyAs compared to rice, alternative grains are less sensitive to climate variability and their yields are not as affected.
Jun 30, 2019
Delhi govt extends summer holidays till 8 July for school students upto Class 8 due to heatwaveDeputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Sunday announced that summer holidays would be extended till 8 July for Delhi schools for students up to class eight. 'Due to weather conditions prevailing in Delhi, summer holidays have been extended by a week', he said. All India Weather Warning Bulletin said that the heat wave condition is likely to prevail over Delhi with minimum and maximum temperatures hovering around 32 degree Celsius and 43 degree Celsius, respectively with relative humidity of around 28 percent.
Jun 03, 2019
Eight of the fifteen hottest cities in the world are in IndiaChuru in Rajasthan, which leads to the Thar desert, has recorded the highest temperatures of 48.9 Celsius today.
Jun 01, 2019
Heatwave hits over half of India, with 15 cities among world's hottest; Pune sizzles at highest temp in 50 yearsBengaluru, where summer temperatures rarely crossed 26 degrees, is presently seeing temperatures hovering at around 40 degrees as are other regions in central Karnataka
Dec 01, 2018
Global temperature on track to rise by 3 to 5 degrees by 2100: UN Met OrganisationIf we exploit all known fossil fuel resources, temperature rise will be much higher: UN WMO Chief.
May 17, 2018
Study indicates that change in temperature and rainfall patterns is adversely affecting Darjeeling tea productionThe plant growth is adversely affected when the temperature goes above 32 degrees or drops below 13 degrees.
Sep 19, 2017
Erratic rainfall patterns is forcing farmers in Mizoram to move away from traditional farmingThe dates for burning jhums (shifting cultivation) had to be shifted twice this year due to rains.
Mar 31, 2017
Heat wave in India: Climate change is here, prepare for irregular weather, says senior meteorologistFirstpost spoke to Jeevanprakash Kulkarni, a senior meteorologist from the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology, who is presently associated with a forum called Satarkindia that issues warning based on various climatic scenarios