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  • Friday, September, 2023| Today's Market | Current Time: 09:22:36
  • Myanmar issues cyclone warning

    Myanmar’s government, on Saturday warned that a cyclone now forming in the Bay of Bengal could slam into the country’s western coast next week, raising fears that storm surges or heavy rains could swamp low-lying camps housing tens of thousands of people who fled sectarian violence last year. The brunt of the storm is currently […]

    8 dead, 11 missing in Mizoram thunder squall

    Thunderstorm and landslides have claimed eight lives, rendered 11 missing and left 25 others injured in the state capital, police said on Saturday. Nine houses in Laipuitland locality here were swept away in a massive landslide early this morning, killing eight persons, Superintendent of Police (Traffic) Lallianmawia, who was supervising the rescue work, said. Eleven […]

    Depression intensifies into cyclonic storm

    A deep depression over the southeast Bay of Bengal moved north-westward on Saturday and intensified into a cyclonic storm ‘Mahasen’, lying 1520 Km south-southeast of Paradip in Odisha. The system would intensify into a severe cyclonic storm in the next 24 hours and move initially northwestwards during next 36 hours and recurve northeastwards towards the […]

    Cold wave continues in Northern India

    Northern India continues to reel under a cold wave. In Jammu and Kashmir, cold wave showed no signs of relenting. AIR correspondent reports that the minimum temperature recorded in Srinagar was minus 5.9 deg Celsius. Higher reaches of Uttarakhand experienced snowfall. Four persons died in different parts of Uttar Pradesh as the cold wave tightened […]

    Biting cold continued to sweep North India

    Biting cold continued to sweep North India. Death toll due to severe cold wave in the region has gone up to seven. In Uttar Pradesh, the dense fog continues to disrupt rail and road traffic. The long distance trains are running 6 to 24 hours’ delay resulting in cancellation of several trains. According to met […]

    Another chilly day for Delhiites

    It was another chilly morning for the national capital on Thursday though the minimum temperature rose by one degree. The minimum was recorded at 6.4 degree Celsius, two degrees below normal, as against the season’s coldest of 5.2 degrees on Wednesday. While the minimum temperature dropped three degrees below normal on Wednesday, the maximum shot […]

    Cold wave sweeps north India

    Cold conditions continued to prevail in most parts of North India particularly Punjab and Haryana on Monday while Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir got some reprieve as the minimum temperature stayed nearly 10 degrees below the freezing point. Intense cold waves continued to sweep most parts of Punjaband Haryana, with Hisar reeling at a minimum temperature of […]

    Fog disrupts train services

    Train services were affected badly on Wednesday due to dense fog condition with more than 40 trains running behind the schedule. While Hirakud Express arrived 20 hours behind the schedule, Awadh Assam Express reached capital 30 hours behind the scheduled arrival time. Departure timings of four trains including Janata Express and Poorva Express were rescheduled […]

    Capital enjoys bright sun after morning chill, fog

    Morning chill and fog gave way to a bright sun in the national capital on Wednesday with Weatherman predicting similar conditions for Thursday. The mercury was recorded at a minimum of 8 degree Celsius, up by 0.3 deg C from Tuesday’s coldest of the season while the maximum was at 23.4 degrees as against 23.3 degrees […]

    UN climate change conference opens in Mexico

    The UN climate chief has launched the annual climate change meeting in Cancun in Mexico, asking negotiators to strike a “compromise” and weave together elements of a solid response to global warming by drawing inspiration from the Mayan goddess of “reason and creativity.” “Next to the goddess of the moon, Ixchel, was also the goddess […]