Rain along with strong winds and dust storms hit parts of Delhi on Thursday, days after the weather office declared a heat wave in the capital. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) said today that similar conditions are expected to prevail in the capital over the next two to three days and that no heat wave is predicted until May 30.
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According to the India Meteorological Department (IMD), isolated pockets of Jharkhand are likely to experience heatwave conditions on Tuesday. Yesterday, Delhi experienced an intense heatwave as temperatures soar above 46 degrees, passing the 40-degree Celsius threshold for a heatwave. With some relief in sight, the IMD has forecasted rain in the northwestern plains due to the active western disturbance,
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Heavy rainfall coupled with thundershowers lashed Delhi and its adjoining NCR late last night. The rainfall has provided some respite from the scorching heat early morning. The India Meteorological Department has predicted more showers ahead. However, the IMD said that the temperature may remain unchanged.
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The India Meteorological Department mentioned that states like Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, and Gangetic West Bengal are likely to witness heat waves. On Monday, Delhi too recorded a maximum temperature of 41.3 degrees Celsius while the minimum temperature was 25.2 degrees Celsius. The IMD said that the national capital is likely to see some relief from the oppressive heat as light rain or thundershowers are predicted for two days, beginning Tuesday.
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Tropical cyclone Mocha that was predicted to make landfall on the eastern coast of India is strengthening…but it is now on course to hit western Myanmar and Bangladesh’s Cox Bazar…where around 1 million people live in flimsy shelters in what many consider to be the world’s largest refugee camp. It will convert into a severe storm on May 12… & a very severe cyclone on May 14, as per the predictions by the Indian Meteorological Department. If current forecasts hold, Mocha will be the most strongest and most dangerous to hit the region since Cyclone Giri of 2010. Mocha is the first cyclone to form in Bay of Bengal this year. The term “cyclone” refers to a type of tropical cyclone that forms in the Bay of Bengal or the Arabian Sea…both located in the northern Indian Ocean.
Aam Aadmi Party leader and former Delhi minister Satyendar Jain who has been arrested in connection with a money laundering case, was on Thursday, May 25, 2023, admitted to the Deen Dayal Upadhyay Hospital here after he collapsed in Tihar Jail due to dizziness.
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AAP MP Sanjay Singh claimed that the ED raided the premises of his aides Ajit Tyagi and Sarvesh Mishra. The raids were carried out in connection with
Delhi liquor policy case.
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