MONSOON

-July 23, 2022

Monsoon is the season of comfort and cosiness. The cold drizzle evokes a sense of nostalgia and longing

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-July 12, 2022

Showers in Delhi brought down the mercury on Tuesday morning but caused traffic snarls and waterlogging in various parts of the city

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-June 30, 2022

On Thursday morning, the capital received its first monsoon showers, which was accompanied with waterlogging in many areas causing traffic snarls

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-June 20, 2022

The rain deficit in the national capital region will be compensated by June end as monsoons are expected to reach around its regular date, June 27, 2022

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-September 21, 2021

The Capital City’s poor drainage makes life tougher for the ones living in JJ clusters — as they are at the receiving end of the hazards caused during monsoon, be it water-borne diseases or waterlogging; with no significant help from the authority   Come monsoon, every year the flooded Minto bridge in Delhi becomes a […]

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-August 30, 2021

Keeping in mind the success of earlier similar campaigns that aimed at raising awareness regarding the spread of vector-borne diseases like dengue and malaria, that Delhi government kicked off the campaign on Sunday Last year, the ’10 Hafte 10 Baje 10 Minute’ campaign had garnered the support of many celebrities as well as officials of […]

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-August 26, 2021

A fresh spell of rain is expected in the national capital and adjoining areas in northwest India from August 29 as the monsoon trough is expected to shift towards the plains from the foothills of the Himalayas, according to the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) Delhi and other areas in northwest India are currently witnessing a […]

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-August 18, 2021

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued an orange alert for moderate rain in the capital on Friday, with the revival of the monsoon in northwest India The precipitation is expected to bring the maximum temperature down to 32 degrees Celsius in three to four days. Delhi has recorded just 63.2 mm rainfall against the normal […]

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