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Rain-related incidents claim 34 lives in Tamil Nadu

Thirtyfour persons have died in rain-related incidents over the past few days in Tamil Nadu even as parts of the state continued to receive heavy rains.

Condoling the deaths, Chief Minister Jayalalit

33 trawlers with 550 fishermen missing in Bay of Bengal

As many as 550 fishermen in 33 trawlers went missing in the Bay of Bengal on Friday in rough weather due to heavy rains triggered by a depression, prompting a search by a Coastguard ship and a Dornier

Andhra faces severe cyclone threat, over 400,000 affected

Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh is facing the threat of a cyclonic storm while heavy rains in the coastal region have claimed 20 lives and damaged crops in over 100,000 hectares, officials said Tuesday.


More rains in Kochi, match abandoned

Kochi: The first match of the one-day cricket series between India and Australia was abandoned as heavy rains lashed this Kerala city on Sunday morning.

Kochi first saw a downpour at 4am, dampening t

Rain stalls traffic in the capital, yet again

The pleasant on Thursday morning soon turned into a nightmare for Delhiites when it started raining cats and dogs. With half the city dug up, waterlogging inevitably brought the city to a standstill.

No play before lunch in India-Sri Lanka Test

GALLE, Sri Lanka, July 19, 2010: Heavy rain washed out the morning session of the second day's play in the first cricket Test between India and Sri Lanka on Monday.

The start had already been delayed

Rain threatens to spoil Murali's farewell

Galle (Sri Lanka), Jul 17: The much-anticipated Test farewell of spin wizard Muttiah Muralitharan is threatened by rain as the weatherman has predicted overcast conditions on all five days of the firs

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