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Three feared drowned in Raigad

Three feared drowned in Raigad

Three people are feared drowned, following heavy rains in Raigad district on Monday. As per officials, one Suresh Koli, 42, went fishing ...Read More

Mumbai: State extends time limit of study group on river linkages till Nov 15

Mumbai: State extends time limit of study group on river linkages till Nov 15

The Maharashtra Government has extended the time limit up to November 15, 2021 for the study group formed for the finalization of norms a...Read More

ROVING-I: The curveball that Cyclone Tauktae has thrown at Mumbai

ROVING-I: The curveball that Cyclone Tauktae has thrown at Mumbai

The deluge of July 26, 2005, still evokes memories of the night long trek from Andheri to Lower Parel on the Western Express Highway wadi...Read More

This 'bean' in the Arabian Sea is baffling experts

This 'bean' in the Arabian Sea is baffling experts

Recently, Google Maps satellite image showed a bean-shaped structure above the sea, west off the Kochi coast. Experts are trying to figur...Read More

Mumbai: Ten bodies from barge P305 including that of missing captain identified

Mumbai: Ten bodies from barge P305 including that of missing captain identified

The body of Rakesh Ballav, missing captain of the ill-fated barge P305 which sank off the Mumbai coast when cyclone Tauktae struck last m...Read More

Here's why intense cyclones over Arabian Sea are on the rise

Here's why intense cyclones over Arabian Sea are on the rise

There is an increasing trend of cyclones in Arabian Sea and frequency of intense cyclones could be linked to climate change, India Meteor...Read More

Cyclone Tauktae: NCP leader Nawab Malik calls for action against those responsible for barge P305 tragedy

Cyclone Tauktae: NCP leader Nawab Malik calls for action against those responsible for barge P305 tragedy

At least 26 personnel onboard accommodation barge P305, which sank in the Arabian Sea, are dead, while 49 others are still missing, an of...Read More

Cyclone Tauktae: 49 from barge P305 still missing, Indian Navy continues search on 4th day

Cyclone Tauktae: 49 from barge P305 still missing, Indian Navy continues search on 4th day

Mumbai: With 49 people on board a barge that sank in the Arabian Sea four days ago still missing, Indian Navy ships worked through the ni...Read More

Cyclone Tauktae: Probe panel to look into barges stranding in Arabian Sea; NCP Minister Nawab Malik says petroleum minister is answerable

Cyclone Tauktae: Probe panel to look into barges stranding in Arabian Sea; NCP Minister Nawab Malik says petroleum minister is answerable

Mumbai: The Union ministry of petroleum and natural gas set up a high-level committee on Wednesday to enquire into the sequence of events...Read More

Cyclone Tauktae: High-level panel to enquire into barges stranding in Arabian Sea

Cyclone Tauktae: High-level panel to enquire into barges stranding in Arabian Sea

New Delhi: The oil ministry on Wednesday constituted a high-level committee to enquire into the sequence of events leading to the strandi...Read More

Cyclone Tauktae: 6 fishermen brave the storm for three days in Arabian Sea, return safely to Uttan coast

Cyclone Tauktae: 6 fishermen brave the storm for three days in Arabian Sea, return safely to Uttan coast

After battling the 'extremely severe' cyclonic storm Tauktae for two days and three nights in the Arabian Sea, a group of six fishermen i...Read More

Cyclone Tauktae: At least 22 dead, 65 missing after barge P305 went adrift; 186 rescued

Cyclone Tauktae: At least 22 dead, 65 missing after barge P305 went adrift; 186 rescued

Mumbai: At least 22 personnel on board accommodation barge P305 that went adrift in Cyclone Tauktae fury before sinking in the Arabia Sea...Read More

In pictures:  Indian Navy rescues 186 of 273 onboard Cyclone Tauktae affected Barge P305; operation continues

In pictures: Indian Navy rescues 186 of 273 onboard Cyclone Tauktae affected Barge P305; operation continues

Three barges and an oil rig with 707 personnel on board went adrift on Monday as Cyclone Tauktae raged. This included barge P305 with 273...Read More

Mumbai: Barge P305 sunk on site; aerial operation to pick up its personnel underway

Mumbai: Barge P305 sunk on site; aerial operation to pick up its personnel underway

At least 146 personnel were rescued so far from the barge P305 which is sunk on-site, ANI reported. The aerial search commenced at first ...Read More

Unusual heating of Arabian Sea is making weather conducive for formation of cyclones: Expert

Unusual heating of Arabian Sea is making weather conducive for formation of cyclones: Expert

Cyclone Tauktae, a fourth cyclone to form in the pre-monsoon period (May-June) and of high intensity hitting western coast points out at ...Read More

Bombay High Barge which had de-anchored due to Cyclone Tauktae has been 'steadied': ONGC

Bombay High Barge which had de-anchored due to Cyclone Tauktae has been 'steadied': ONGC

All the 261 people onboard barge P305 are safe.

Cyclone Tauktae clocks speed of 114 kmph in Mumbai; highest recorded in the day so far

Cyclone Tauktae clocks speed of 114 kmph in Mumbai; highest recorded in the day so far

The Bandra-Worli sea-link was closed for traffic in view of the strong winds and people were asked to take alternate routes, a BMC offici...Read More

Mumbai: Mahavitaran staff on high alert due to cyclone Tauktae

Mumbai: Mahavitaran staff on high alert due to cyclone Tauktae

The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecasted heavy torrential rains in the Arabian Sea that would affect the Konkan region a...Read More

Tauktae hits Kerala, causes destruction

Tauktae hits Kerala, causes destruction

Houses damaged, cracks develop in Valiyathura sea bridge as rain continues to batter God’s own country

Cyclone Tauktae: NDMA releases list of do's and don’ts before, during and after floods

Cyclone Tauktae: NDMA releases list of do's and don’ts before, during and after floods

Mumbai, May 14: As the depression formed over the Arabian Sea intensifies into a deep depression, it is now just 50 km off the Amini Divi...Read More

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