Monday, July 22, 2024

Uttara Kannada Landslide Update: 7 Bodies Found, 3 Still Missing as Rescue Operations Persist

Rescue operations are in full swing following a devastating landslide in Uttara Kannada district, Karnataka, which has led to the recovery of seven bodies and the ongoing search for three missing individuals.

“Kerala Woman Dies After Allegedly Receiving Wrong Injection; Medical Negligence Claims Filed”

A 28-year-old woman, Krishna Thankappan, from Malayinkeezhu, has died at the Government Medical College Hospital here following an incident of alleged medical negligence. The woman had fallen unconscious five days earlier after reportedly being given a wrong injection at Neyyattinkara General Hospital.

Tag: heatwave

IMD Forecasts Continued Heatwave in North India, Heavy Rainfall Expected in Certain Regions

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued weather forecasts indicating that the ongoing heatwave conditions will persist in several northern states, while heavy rainfall is expected in certain regions.

“Delhi Grapples with Power Cuts Amid Heatwave and Water Crisis After National Grid Failure”

Delhi faced widespread power cuts in several areas following a major incident at a power grid in Uttar Pradesh's Mandola, which supplies 1,500 megawatts of electricity to the national capital. The incident occurred amidst Delhi grappling with an intense heatwave and a severe water crisis, adding to the challenges faced by residents.

“Delhi’s Scorching Heat Eases as Rains Bring Temperature Down to 48 Degrees”

Delhiites experienced a respite from scorching temperatures as rains swept through several parts of the city, offering a welcome break from the relentless heatwave. The India Meteorological Department (IMD) reported that the maximum temperature in Delhi settled at 44 degrees Celsius, providing some relief to residents from the intense heat.

Delhi Government Asks Supreme Court for Help During Heatwave Water Shortage

The Delhi government has approached the Centre and the Supreme Court to request additional water supplies from Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and Himachal Pradesh due to a severe water shortage in the national capital. This crisis coincides with Delhi's temperature nearing the 50 degrees Celsius mark.

Delhi Implements Strict Measures and Fines to Combat Water Crisis Amid Soaring Temperatures

As Delhi grapples with a severe water shortage aggravated by scorching temperatures nearing the 50-degree Celsius mark, the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government has taken decisive action by imposing fines and deploying teams to curb water wastage.

Delhi’s Power Demand Surpasses 8,300 MW for the First Time Amid Heatwave

Delhi's peak power demand reached an all-time high of 8,302 MW on Wednesday afternoon as the city recorded its highest-ever temperature of 52.3 degrees Celsius at the Mungeshpur weather station. This historic demand surge is the first time the city's power consumption has breached the 8,300 MW mark.

Delhi Hit by Massive Dust and Thunderstorm After Prolonged Heatwave

Delhi experienced a dramatic change in weather as a powerful sand and thunderstorm, accompanied by rain, swept through the city and surrounding areas, bringing relief from scorching heat after several days of intense summer weather. The sudden storm led to disruptions, including the diversion of two Air India flights to Jaipur due to adverse weather conditions.

“Study Indicates Indian Ocean Faces Persistent Heatwave Conditions”

A recent study has raised alarming concerns about the Indian Ocean's escalating temperature trends, predicting a near-permanent heatwave state that could intensify severe weather events, including cyclones and heavy rainfall. The study, led by Roxy Mathew Koll of the Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology Pune, highlights the potential risks to marine ecosystems, rising sea levels, and adverse impacts on coastal communities.

“Heatwave Alert: Tamil Nadu Braces for High Temperatures Until May 4, IMD Warns”

The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has extended its heatwave alert for Tamil Nadu until May 4, warning that at least six districts will experience temperatures exceeding 40 degrees Celsius. The forecast, issued on Sunday, highlights the persistence of intense heat across the region.

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