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<strong>Monsoon</strong> picking up, no need to be 'alarmist': Government

Monsoon picking up, no need to be 'alarmist': Government

21 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Monsoon deficit has come down to 31-32 percent with rains picking up in July across the country giving relief to farmers, the government said asserting that there is "no reason to be unnecessarily alarmist".

Monsoon,   Indian rains,   India Meteorological Department,   IMD,   Rainfall in india ,   Monsoon deficit ,  
Goa Congress MLA likens Narendra Modi to Indira Gandhi

Goa Congress MLA likens Narendra Modi to Indira Gandhi

24 Jul 2014

Panaji: A Goa Congress legislator on Thursday compared Prime Minister Narendra Modi to late Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. Speaking during the monsoon session of the state assembly on a BJP-sponsored motion, Congress legislator Dabolim Mauvin Godinho congratulated Modi on becoming the prime minister and also lauded the former Gujarat chief minister's work ethics, strong leadership  and his ability to think "out of the box".

Goa Congress,   MLA,   Prime Minister,   Narendra Modi,   Indira Gandhi,   monsoon session,  
India to lose top rice exporter spot to Thailand after poor <strong>monsoon</strong>

India to lose top rice exporter spot to Thailand after poor monsoon

21 Jul 2014

Mumbai/Bangkok: Thailand is set to reclaim its status as the world's top rice exporter as weak monsoon rains curb India's crop, helping the Southeast Asian country's new military government offload bulging stockpiles.

India rice export,   top rice exporter of India,   monsoon in India,   Indian monsoon,   Indian rainfall,   Thailand rice ,  
 <strong>Monsoon</strong> rains in mid-July help Andhra farmers

Monsoon rains in mid-July help Andhra farmers

19 Jul 2014

Hyderabad: Agriculture activities have picked up in Andhra Pradesh during the last one week following receipt of monsoon rains, though there is a 33 percent shortage in rainfall during the current sheriff season.

Monsoon rains,   Khariff season,   Rainfall,   Indian rains,   Andhra Pradesh farmers,   Rain scarcity ,  
<strong>Monsoon</strong> covers entire country:  MeT office

Monsoon covers entire country: MeT office

17 Jul 2014

New Delhi:  India's monsoon has covered the entire country, the weather office said on Thursday, two days behind the normal schedule in a year that is forecast to bring below-average rains.

Monsoon,   Indian Monsoon,   Indian rains,   monsoon rains in India,   Rainfall in July ,  
Uttarakhand CM directs speedy removal of river slit

Uttarakhand CM directs speedy removal of river slit

18 Jul 2014

Dehradun: Uttarakhand Chief Minister Harish Rawat directed the officials to expedite removal of silt from major rivers so that populated areas located close to their banks are safe from flooding.

Uttarakhand,   Uttarakhand Chief Minister,   monsoon,   Harish Rawat,   Uttarakhand govt,  
Water proof gadgets for <strong>monsoon</strong>

Water proof gadgets for monsoon

07 Jul 2014

New Delhi: With the arrival of monsoon season, the fear of our gadgets getting damaged in the rain becomes a cause of worry. As a result, we become extra alert regarding our devices. Here is a list of some waterproof devices:

Water proof gadgets,   gadgets for monsoon,   ,  
Poor <strong>monsoon</strong> threatens first drought in five years

Poor monsoon threatens first drought in five years

11 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Weak rainfall in India since the start last month of the monsoon season, crucial to the country's agricultural earnings, has raised concerns of a first drought in five years, although weather experts are hopeful that rains will revive in the next week.  

Indian monsoon,   drought,   drought in India,   Indian rains,   rains in july,   rainfall in India,  
<strong>Monsoon</strong> finally hits Mumbai

Monsoon finally hits Mumbai

02 Jul 2014

Mumbai: Heavy rain lashed Mumbai and large parts of coastal and western Maharashtra on Wednesday, providing relief from the extended summer here.

Monsoon hits Mumbai,   western Maharashtra,   monsoon in mumbai,   Thane,   Raigad,   Ratnagiri,  
Price rise to be checked despite below normal <strong>monsoon</strong>: Government

Price rise to be checked despite below normal monsoon: Government

10 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Under attack over food inflation, the government on Wednesday asserted that it will control price rise despite poor monsoon adding there is no need for panic.

Price rise,   below normal monsoon,   food inflation,   Food Minister,   Ram Vilas Paswan,   Lok Sabha,  

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