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Indian Ocean warming has weakened monsoon in parts of India over the years – Firstpost

Washington: Rapid warming of the Indian Ocean in the past century has led to a significant decrease in summer monsoon rainfall over the central-east and northern regions of India, a

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Over-normal rainfall as of now; El Nino may strengthen: IMD – Moneycontrol.com

Amidst the dry spell fears that loomed long for India, here comes the monsoon respite as the country receives 13 percent more-than-normal rainfall as of 15th June. Google +. Comments

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Monsoon to remain active over central and east India – Hindu Business Line

The monsoon did not make further progress towards North on Tuesday, apparently waiting for the Bay of Bengal to get active and push more rain into central and east India.

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Indian Ocean warming has reduced rainfall, says study – Times of India

KOCHI: Contradicting earlier climate models that indicated that land was warming faster than the ocean, and thus bringing more rainfall, a new study published in journal 'Nature Communications' on Tuesday

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Rapid warming of Indian Ocean weakening the monsoon, may impact … – Economic Times

NEW DELHI: The rapid warming in the Indian Ocean is weakening the monsoon, particularly over central India where agriculture is

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Warming Indian Ocean impedes rains: IITM – Times of India

PUNE: The rapid warming in the Indian Ocean has been weakening the monsoon in central India consistently which has resulted

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Reusable launch vehicle will help cut costs: ISRO – Hindu Business Line

India will test a reusable launch vehicle next month, a technology that will bring down costs of launching satellites significantly,

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ISRO to test re-usable satellite launch vehicle in September – The Hindu

In a major technology demonstration ultimately aimed at cutting down the cost of satellite launches to one-tenth the present rates,

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How Isro scientists will get more observation time for Aditya sun satellite – Livemint

Isro initially planned to put the 200-kg satellite into an 800 km orbit to coincide with the solar maxima, a

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ISRO working to have critical technologies for human space mission – Economic Times

AHMEDABAD: ISRO today said that it is working to achieve critical technologies for human space mission. "We are working for

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