Heatwave likely to abate only after May 28; Dust storm, thunderstorm expected on May 29-30: IMD
The IMD had on Sunday issued a red colour-coded alert for north India for May 25-26 when the prevailing heatwave conditions are expected to peak. The northern states have been experiencing blistering heat for days with temperatures soaring over 45 degrees Celsius in some places.
Heatwave: IMD issues 'red alert' for several parts of north India
With temperatures surpassing the 45 degrees Celsius-mark across several par...
Congress asks 'haters' can they "keep up" with Rahul Gandhi, releases 'fitbit' data
The party also posted a picture of a smiling Gandhi posin...
Ashish Bhatia's perfect getaway: A good trek in the Himalays or Palawan
Bhatia is the CEO and founder of Indian Accelerator.
Kerala tourism’s loss may be eastern Himalayan region’s gain
Kerala is among India’s most visited tourist destinations. More than 3.5 lakh foreign tourists visit Kerala in a year while entire India receives nearly 90 lakh foreign visitors annually.
Maruti plans more experiential initiatives for new-age consumers after withdrawing from motorsports
The auto major, which has pulled out of marquee events, is now in the process of giving a final shape to its next level of engagement with consumers
Republic Day celebrations: ITBP soldiers raise tricolor at 18000 feet, in minus 30 degrees in Himalayas
The Indo-Tibetan Border Police (ITBP) released a video that claimed that ITBP soldiers hoisted the Indian national flag at a height of 18000 ft in a freezing temperature of minus 30 degrees celsius.
Major reservoirs filled up to 165% of 10-year average
The live storage, monitored by Central Water Commission, available in 123 reservoirs is 168% of the live storage of corresponding period of last year and 165% of storage of average of last 10 years. High water levels in dams just before the onset of the monsoon is likely to pose a big problem for dam management.
Let the hills come to you: Flavours of Himalayas are making its way into premium menus of Bengaluru
Chefs are bringing down recipes from the remotest parts of Leh, Nepal and Tibet for the fine-dine tables.
View: India should support int'l probe into origin of virus, restoration of Taiwan's participation in WHA
India should take maximum advantage from the deterioration of US-China ties. It is the US and its allies that fuelled China’s uncontrolled rise which gave it the sinews for its mounting ambitions.
When Dr D recommended a political science degree to Nathaniel Borenstein for understanding India
Borenstein is responsible for sending the first email attachment on March 11, 1992.
This summer is unusual, say meteorologists
The IMD predicted above normal temperatures in core heat wave zones this summer. However, the temperature has not peaked to that level yet.
Country-wide monsoon deficiency remains at 5 per cent; east India to get more rainfall this week
The rainfall deficiency over east and northeast India has come down in last one week but the country-wide monsoon deficiency remains at five per cent, according to IMD data.
View: Covid is an opportunity to evaluate what truly matters
When the novel coronavirus began to appear in India, I was concerned for the people of the Himalayas above Rishikesh, where I have been blessed to live for the past 24 years. If Covid-19 spread to the remote and unequipped villages of India, how much life would be lost?
Find the Yeti: The abominable snowman game afoot
There is no military honour at stake in some soldiers' Bigfoot photographs.