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3 villages boycott Gujarat election over water shortage

3 villages boycott Gujarat election over water shortagehttp://rediff.ly/10amgy

At least 5,200 voters from three villages in Mehsana district of Gujarat on Monday boycotted the second and final... Read more »»

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3 villages boycott Gujarat election over water shortage

3 villages boycott Gujarat election over water shortagehttp://rediff.ly/10amgy

At least 5,200 voters from three villages in Mehsana district of Gujarat on Monday boycotted the second and final phase of voting alleging the state government has failed to resolve their long-pending issues including water shortage.

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IMD forecasts warm winter, crop yields likely to feel the heat this year

IMD forecasts warm winter, crop yields likely to feel the heat this yearhttp://rediff.ly/108myq

Brace for some warmth this winter as the India Meteorological Department (IMD) in its December-February forecast on... Read more »»

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IMD forecasts warm winter, crop yields likely to feel the heat this year

IMD forecasts warm winter, crop yields likely to feel the heat this yearhttp://rediff.ly/108myq

Brace for some warmth this winter as the India Meteorological Department (IMD) in its December-February forecast on Thursday said that the minimum and maximum temperatures could remain 'normal' to 'above normal' over most parts of Northwest and Northeast India. Both the minimum and maximum will remain below normal in Southern Peninsular and Central India in these winter months. While this could give some respite from the intense cold of North India, it could have a negative impact on the standing rabi crops if the temperature rise is unusual and abnormal.

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Downpour floods Delhi, hits traffic movement; IMD issues alert

Downpour floods Delhi, hits traffic movement; IMD issues alerthttp://rediff.ly/z085k

The national capital has been witnessing an incessant spell of light to moderate rain for the past two days.

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Downpour floods Delhi, hits traffic movement; IMD issues alert

Downpour floods Delhi, hits traffic movement; IMD issues alerthttp://rediff.ly/z085k

The national capital has been witnessing an incessant spell of light to moderate rain for the past two days.

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Downpour floods Delhi, hits traffic movement; IMD issues alert
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Monsoon starts retreating; 8 states report deficient rains

Monsoon starts retreating; 8 states report deficient rainshttp://rediff.ly/yyplr

The south-west monsoon on Tuesday started withdrawing from parts of south-west Rajasthan and adjoining Kutch in... Read more »»

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Monsoon starts retreating; 8 states report deficient rains

Monsoon starts retreating; 8 states report deficient rainshttp://rediff.ly/yyplr

The south-west monsoon on Tuesday started withdrawing from parts of south-west Rajasthan and adjoining Kutch in Gujarat, with at least eight states, including rice bowl states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar reporting deficient rains. It was for the first time since 2016 that the monsoon started withdrawing in the third week of September. "Southwest monsoon has withdrawn from parts of southwest Rajasthan & adjoining Kutch today, against its normal date of withdrawal from southwest Rajasthan of September 17," the India Meteorological Department (IMD) tweeted.

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Monsoon may finally start withdrawing in next three days, says IMD

Monsoon may finally start withdrawing in next three days, says IMDhttp://rediff.ly/yxjl8

The southwest monsoon might finally start withdrawing from parts of North-West India over the next three days,... Read more »»

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Monsoon may finally start withdrawing in next three days, says IMD

Monsoon may finally start withdrawing in next three days, says IMDhttp://rediff.ly/yxjl8

The southwest monsoon might finally start withdrawing from parts of North-West India over the next three days, signaling the end of its four-month journey over the country that started in June, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said. However, though the retreat might begin from next week, the rains might not descend quickly, as the met department predicted fresh spells of rains in Vidarbha, Chhattisgarh and east MP on September 21-22 and over Odisha, Coastal areas north Andhra Pradesh and Gangetic West Bengal on September 19-21. "Due to anti-cyclonic flows over northwest India at lower tropospheric levels, dry weather is very likely over west Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi during the next five days. "Hence conditions are becoming favourable for the withdrawal of Southwest Monsoon from parts of northwest India during next three days," the IMD said.

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Monsoon may finally start withdrawing in next three days, says IMD
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Fall in Kharif output may keep rice prices high

Fall in Kharif output may keep rice prices highhttp://rediff.ly/yx9eg

A 6-7 million tonnes shortfall in rice production due to a fall in paddy sowing area is likely to keep rice prices at... Read more »»

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Fall in Kharif output may keep rice prices high

Fall in Kharif output may keep rice prices highhttp://rediff.ly/yx9eg

A 6-7 million tonnes shortfall in rice production due to a fall in paddy sowing area is likely to keep rice prices at elevated levels, adding to the inflationary pressure that the slowing economy is already grappling with. Elevated food prices, including that of cereals, had led to retail inflation reversing a three-month declining trend, to touch 7 per cent in August. Similarly, the wholesale price inflation, which declined to 11-month low, also showed price pressures from cereals resulting from wheat output being impacted by severe heat waves in some parts of the country.

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Fall in Kharif output may keep rice prices high
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Heavy rains in Mumbai; 'orange alert' for Raigad, Ratnagiri

Heavy rains in Mumbai; 'orange alert' for Raigad, Ratnagirihttp://rediff.ly/ytra9

The IMD has predicted moderate showers in Mumbai on Tuesday and high intensity rains in neighbouring Raigad.

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Heavy rains in Mumbai; 'orange alert' for Raigad, Ratnagiri

Heavy rains in Mumbai; 'orange alert' for Raigad, Ratnagirihttp://rediff.ly/ytra9

The IMD has predicted moderate showers in Mumbai on Tuesday and high intensity rains in neighbouring Raigad.

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Heavy rains in Mumbai; 'orange alert' for Raigad, Ratnagiri
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'When were obstacles ever placed in the way of Hindu festivals?'

'When were obstacles ever placed in the way of Hindu festivals?'http://rediff.ly/ysrgq

The ad is one more illustration of the way Maharashtra's new Shinde-Fadnavis government has been milking the Ganpati... Read more »»

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'When were obstacles ever placed in the way of Hindu festivals?'

'When were obstacles ever placed in the way of Hindu festivals?'http://rediff.ly/ysrgq

The ad is one more illustration of the way Maharashtra's new Shinde-Fadnavis government has been milking the Ganpati festival, with CM Eknath Shinde visiting Ganpati Mandals all day these last 10 days.

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Kerala: 8-yr-old among 2 killed in flash floods, red alert issued

Kerala: 8-yr-old among 2 killed in flash floods, red alert issuedhttp://rediff.ly/ymvel

Two persons, including an eight-year-old child, died after being swept away in a flash flood at Mankayam waterfalls... Read more »»

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Kerala: 8-yr-old among 2 killed in flash floods, red alert issued

Kerala: 8-yr-old among 2 killed in flash floods, red alert issuedhttp://rediff.ly/ymvel

Two persons, including an eight-year-old child, died after being swept away in a flash flood at Mankayam waterfalls in Palode near Thiruvananthapuram, police said on Monday.

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Kerala: 8-yr-old among 2 killed in flash floods, red alert issued
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Unemployment rate zooms to 1-year high of 8.3% in Aug

Unemployment rate zooms to 1-year high of 8.3% in Aughttp://rediff.ly/ykbuv

India's unemployment rate surged to a one-year high of 8.3 per cent in August as employment sequentially fell by 2... Read more »»

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Unemployment rate zooms to 1-year high of 8.3% in Aug

Unemployment rate zooms to 1-year high of 8.3% in Aughttp://rediff.ly/ykbuv

India's unemployment rate surged to a one-year high of 8.3 per cent in August as employment sequentially fell by 2 million to 394.6 million, according to data from the Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy (CMIE). During July, the unemployment rate was at 6.8 per cent and the employment was 397 million, the CMIE data added. "The urban unemployment rate is usually higher at about 8 per cent than the rural unemployment rate, which is usually around 7 per cent.

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Unemployment rate zooms to 1-year high of 8.3% in Aug
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