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Good news for all Indians as near-normal monsoon predicted for this year

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New Delhi: Monsoon will be near-normal this year with an expected rainfall of 96 per cent, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Monday.

 

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“India is going to have a near-normal monsoon in 2019 as the south-west monsoon is likely to be normal,” said M. Rajeevan Nair, Secretary Ministry of Earth Sciences.

 

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He said that over a long term average, they expect 96 per cent rainfall of 89 cm.

 

Here is reason for smile as India is going to have near-normal monsoon in 2019:

 

“Al Nino will start weakening by June, which will ensure that good rainfall is not affected,” explained Nair.

 

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According to the latest global forecasts, weak El Nino conditions are likely to persist this summer.

“We expect a uniform distribution of monsoon across the country…it will be well distributed. This will be a good year for farmers,” added the Secretary.

 

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In 2018, against a forecast of 97 per cent long term average, India had recorded 91 per cent rains at the end of July-September monsoon season.

 

  • Monsoon, Rainfall, India Meteorological Department, National news

    Monsoon will ne near-normal this year with an expected rainfall of 96 per cent, the India Meteorological Department (IMD) said on Monday

  • Monsoon, Rainfall, India Meteorological Department, National news

    "India is going to have a near-normal monsoon in 2019 as the south-west monsoon is likely to be normal," said M. Rajeevan Nair, Secretary Ministry of Earth Sciences.

  • Monsoon, Rainfall, India Meteorological Department, National news

    He said that over a long term average, they expect 96 per cent rainfall of 89 cm.

  • Monsoon, Rainfall, India Meteorological Department, National news

    "Al Nino will start weakening by June, which will ensure that good rainfall is not affected," explained Nair.

  • Monsoon, Rainfall, India Meteorological Department, National news

    According to the latest global forecasts, weak El Nino conditions are likely to persist this summer.

  • Monsoon, Rainfall, India Meteorological Department, National news

    "We expect a uniform distribution of monsoon across the country...it will be well distributed. This will be a good year for farmers," added the Secretary.

  • Monsoon, Rainfall, India Meteorological Department, National news

    In 2018, against a forecast of 97 per cent long term average, India had recorded 91 per cent rains at the end of July-September monsoon season.

  • Monsoon, Rainfall, India Meteorological Department, National news
  • Monsoon, Rainfall, India Meteorological Department, National news
  • Monsoon, Rainfall, India Meteorological Department, National news
  • Monsoon, Rainfall, India Meteorological Department, National news
  • Monsoon, Rainfall, India Meteorological Department, National news
  • Monsoon, Rainfall, India Meteorological Department, National news
  • Monsoon, Rainfall, India Meteorological Department, National news

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Groom shot dead at wedding venue in UP district

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Azamgarh (Uttar Pradesh): A groom was shot dead by unidentified assailants just before he reached the ‘mandap’ for the wedding ceremony.

The incident took place on Tuesday night in Masirpur bazaar locality in Devgaon police circle.

According to reports, the ‘baraat’ had come from Singhpur and just as the groom was walking towards the ‘mandap, two bike-borne assailants came and sprayed him with bullets.

The groom was taken to a nearby medical facility where he was declared brought dead.

Angry family members created a ruckus at the hospital after which the police came and sent the body for post mortem.

A number of family members, both from the groom and the bride side, have been detained for interrogation to ascertain the motive behind the crime.

The police said that the killers were probably following the groom from a distance and attacked him when the ceremony was about to begin.

There were no CCTV cameras in the area.

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