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Monsoon to stay longer in Delhi, withdrawal in Oct 1st week: IMD

IndiaTimes Thursday, 10 September 2020 ()
Monsoon is likely to stay longer in the national capital and start withdrawing only in the "initial days of October", an India Meteorological Department official said on Thursday.
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