Free Press Journal
  • More rains likely to hit Delhi-NCR today

    New Delhi: It was a cloudy, humid morning in the national capital on Wednesday with the minimum temperature recorded at 26.3 degrees Celsius, the season’s average. The National Capital Region received heavy rain fall on Tuesday. There was 12mm of rainfall recorded at Safdarjung Obsevatory in the last 24 hours as the weather office predicted more rains in the later part of the day.

  • Heavy rains lash parts of central and south Delhi

    New Delhi: Heavy rains lashed parts of central and south Delhi this afternoon causing traffic congestion in some areas. The Meteorological Department has forecast further rains through the day and a relative humidity at 75 per cent.

  • Heavy rains lash Delhi-NCR, traffic affected due to water-logging

    New Delhi: Incessant rains overnight that lashed the national capital and its adjoining areas affected the morning traffic on Friday as the city continued to experience moderate and scattered showers. The weather department said the city will receive one or two spells of heavy rain during the day.

  • 8-year-old falls in pit in Delhi, dies

    New Delhi, An eight-year-old boy has died after falling into a rainwater-filled pit in a park here, the city police said on Wednesday. The boy was identified as Khalid from Mangolpuri area, the police said.

  • Rainfall

    Delhi drenched in pre-monsoon showers

    New Delhi: In what may ring music to the residents of the national capital, the MeT office today confirmed that “pre-monsoon” showers lashed Delhi minutes after the mega International Yoga Day event ended at Rajpath. The showers varied from light to moderate at different parts of the city which were preceded by gusts which brought down several temporary structures at Rajpath put up for the event and scattered the carpets laid over the