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Rain break for Chennai a firm possibility

Conditions were very good for Chennai to receive some rains yesterday and today morning.  Despite most models are predicting and some strong hope from us and other weather blogs as well except for a few isolated rains last morning Chennai did not receive any decent spell of rain.   169 more words

Pakistan maritime authorities arrested Indian fishermen

Fishermen from India rest on the ground after being detained in Pakistani waters, at a police station in Karachi. Pakistan maritime authorities arrested 58 Indian fishermen and took into custody their ten boats for illegal fishing in the country’s territorial waters, police said.


Chennai has to look at Hagupit for next spell of rains

As explained yesterday there is a mild Low Pressure Area that is showing signs of development in the Arabian Sea.  Unfortunately for Chennai it is at a fairly low latitude to provide any major advantage for North TN,  It is expected to continue in a Westerly direction towards Africa over the next few days.   146 more words

Active Bay brings back rains to Chennai

After a fairly long break, Bay finally brings back life to Northeast Monsoon with some decent spells of rain to Chennai and surrounding areas since yesterday.   204 more words

A very special night at the magnificent Taj Mahal Palace

An evening at the magnificent Taj Mahal Palace never disappoints. And if that evening is followed by a nights stay at this architectural marvel of a property, you are sure to feel special. 1,315 more words


Fog spreads across an agriculture field in the Pakistani city of Lahore

Fog spreads across an agriculture field in the early morning on the outskirts of the Pakistani city of Lahore.


Six Picks: the Great Rann of Kutch

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To the west of the Indian state of Gujarat and bordered to the south by the Arabian Sea in the region of Kutch lies the extraordinary Great Rann, a seemingly endless, dazzling expanse of salt marsh, flooded in the rainy season but a covered with a crystalline crust of sodium chloride for the rest of the year. 159 more words