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India-UAE pact on science cooperation gets Cabinet nod

The Union Cabinet, chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Wednesday gave its approval to a memorandum of understanding on Scientific and Technical Cooperation between National Centre of Meteorology (NCM)

UN, World Bank urge school openings amid pandemic

"We don't need to look far to see the devastation the pandemic has caused to children's learning across the world,"

4,720 people in flood relief camps in Ranga Reddy

Fifteen houses were completely damaged since October 11 while 396 houses suffered partial damage

Central funds for flood relief only after assessing losses: Kishan Reddy

The five-member Central team led by Joint Secretary for Union Ministry of Home Affairs Praveen Vasishta, will submit its report to the Centre after completing the loss estimations

Jagan urges Centre to grant Rs 2,250 cr as flood relief fund

Chief Minister said as per preliminary estimates Andhra Pradesh suffered damage to the tune of Rs 4,450 crore due to the heavy rains

Ten killed in rain havoc in Andhra Pradesh

Heavy rains continued to pound State, causing damage to roads, disrupting power supply

Standing crops submerged in Asifabad as Maharashtra releases water

Standing cotton and recently transplanted paddy crops were submerged when the floodwater entered the agriculture fields in Dimba of Chintalamanepalli mandal, Talai, Somini, Tikkapalli and Bheemaram of Bejjur mandal and Rampur village

Karimnagar: Ryots face sand dune problem as flood water recedes

Paddy crop spread in more than 50 acres was destroyed as sand stocks got deposited in the fields

4.5 magnitude earthquake hits Ladakh

Its epicentre was in Ladakh, the Meteorological Department said, adding that tremors were also felt in most parts of the Kashmir Valley and Kishtwar and Doda districts in Jammu region

Covid-19 accelerates unethical behaviour in corporate India: EY survey

Organizations can face significant risk during mergers and acquisitions (M&A), joint ventures, when partnering with or investing in other businesses.

4.3 magnitude earthquake hits India-Bangladesh border 

The earthquake took place around 7.10 am and its epicenter was located at a depth of 55 km and a place 82 km southeast of Sohra, officials at the Regional Seismological Centre here said.

4 additional NDRF teams being airlifted to Kolkata in view of damage

"The extent of the damage done by the extremely severe cyclonic storm will become clearer after surveys in the coming days."

COVID-19 can cause long-term organ damage: China Health Authorities

The novel coronavirus, which emerged in Wuhan in December last year, has killed more than 312,000 people worldwide and infected over 4.6 million others.

Sudden rains leave trail of damage across Hyderabad

The heavy rains also disrupted power supply and flooded streets in several areas. Trees were uprooted near Vengal Rao Park, KBR Park, Ramgopalpet, and NTR Trust Bhavan among others, and affected traffic flow in many areas.

Congress demands judicial inquiry into Musi project gate issue in Nalgonda

Ramesh Reddy alleged that lack of proper maintenance of Musi project had resulted in the damage of the regulatory gate.

Incessant rains damage crops in Mancherial

Mancherial district’s average rainfall was gauged to be 29.7 mm and the highest rainfall was recorded at Nennal mandal centre, followed by Kannepalli which saw 91.5 mm of rainfall

Midnight rains damage crops in Adilabad

Adilabad district’s average rainfall was gauged to be 46.5 mm and the highest rainfall of 101.2 mm was recorded in Neradigonda mandal

Himachal Pradesh roads shut due to landslides triggered by heavy rain

There was an estimated loss of Rs 20 crore to the both public and private property in the state in two days. Till date the overall loss was Rs 574 crore.

Flood toll rises to 95, heavy rains forecast in Kerala

Announcing the financial assistance, Vijayan said as per the state disaster response fund (SDRF) criteria, Rs 10,000 would be given as immediate assistance to the calamity-hit families.

Philippines earthquakes death toll rises to 9

Families continue to be sheltered in tents in a square in Itbayat, where 15 houses, two schools, a hospital and a health centre collapsed.

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