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India's ace grappler Ravi kumar Dahiya creates history, clinches Silver Medal; Men's Hockey team snatch Bronze medal            Both houses of Parliament witness repeated adjournments over Pegasus issue and Farm Bills; adjourned for the day            PM Modi interacts with the beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana in Uttar Pradesh            India crosses another milestone in COVID-19 Vaccination Drive, crosses 49 Cr mark; recovery rate stands at 97.37%            Bombay HC asks Maha govt to consider issuing vaccination card to allow fully inoculated people to travel in local trains           

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2030 HRS
21.07.2021


2030 HRS.



21st July, 2021



THE HEADLINES:-

  • Over 41 crore 54 lakh doses of COVID vaccine administered in the  country so far.

  • National recovery rate of COVID-19 reaches 97.36 per cent.

  • Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu urges technical and professional educational institutions to offer courses in regional languages.

  • Central Board of Secondary Education extends deadline for schools to finalise Class 12th results to July 25th.

  • Defence Research and Development Organisation successfully flight-tests New Generation Akash Missile.

  • Prime Minister Narendra Modi to share his thoughts with  people in Mann Ki Baat programme on All India Radio on 25th of this month.

  • Festival of sacrifice, Eid-ul-Azha being celebrated across the country with religious fervour and gaiety.

  • IMD warns of heavy rain in several parts of Maharashtra and Telangana.

  • All India Radio, Doordarshan  and DD Sports to do mega coverage of Olympics -2020.

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As the nationwide free COVID-19 Vaccination Campaign at Government facilities for those above 18 years is going on, we advise our young listeners to get vaccinated and also to help others to get vaccinated. We also advise our listeners not to lower their guard as COVID-19 remains a threat to our health. Please stay at home unless it is essential to go out and continue to follow these three simple steps –


  • Wear a face mask.

  • Maintain Do Gaz Ki Doori for social distancing.

  • Focus on hand and face hygiene.

For any COVID related information and guidance contact National helpline numbers -- 011-23978046 and 1075.

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India has administered over 41 crore 54 lakh doses of COVID vaccine so far under the Nationwide Vaccination Drive. Over 34 lakh 25 thousand vaccine doses were administered in the last 24 hours.


The Health Ministry said, more than 36 thousand 977 patients recovered during the last 24 hours and the recovery rate is at 97.36 per cent. Till now, more than three crore three lakh people have recovered from COVID-19.


The country reported over 42 thousand new cases in the last 24 hours. India's active caseload has further declined to around four lakh seven thousand. The active cases constitute 1.30 per cent of the total reported cases, so far. 

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The Central Government has provided over 43 crore 25 lakh vaccine doses to States and Union Territories, so far. More than two crore 88 lakh balance and unutilised COVID Vaccine doses are still available with States and Union Territories. Over 53 lakh doses are in the pipeline.  The Union Health Ministry said, it is committed to accelerating the pace and expanding the scope of COVID-19 vaccination throughout the country. The vaccination drive has been ramped up through the availability of more vaccines, advance visibility of vaccine availability to States and UTs for enabling better planning by them and streamlining the vaccine supply chain.


As part of the nationwide vaccination drive, the Centre has been supporting the States and UTs by providing them COVID Vaccines free of cost. 

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COVID Vaccine for pregnant women and lactating mothers will protect the growing foetus and new-born against the Covid infection. Dr. Praveen Kumar of Lady Hardinge Medical College, New Delhi said, the second wave of Covid 19 has affected children equally. He said, the mortality rate in children is lower as compared to adults and is usually seen in children with comorbidities. Dr. Praveen said, adults in the house should follow COVID-Appropriate Behavior, and limit their social engagements to reduce the chances of infection. He said, all adults should take vaccines, which will also protect the children to a great extent.

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Two-thirds of the Indian population, including children, have developed antibodies against virus causing COVID-19, while nearly 40 crore people are still vulnerable. Dr. Rakesh Lodha of All India Institute of Medical Sciences gave this information while participating in a live Discussion on All India Radio.


"हम देखते हैं कि जो भी हीरो सर्वे बोलते हैं जिसके अंदर की हम बाद में कोविड के अगेनस् एंडीबॉडी की मात्रा तय करते हैं। तो उसका आज भी एक रिपोर्ट ये आइसीएमआर के द्वारा रिलीज हुई है। जिसके अंदर पाया गया है कि करीब दो तिहाई लोग जिनका कि जो स्टडी में जिनका जिन्होंने पार्ट लिया उनमें एनटीबॉडी थी इसका मतलब वो इनफेक् हुए। जो स्टडी थी उसके अंदर बच्चों को भी शामिल किया गया और उनमें पाया गया कि जो छह से नौ साल की उम्र के बच्चे हैं। उनमें करीब 57 फीसदी बच्चों में एनटीबॉडी पाए गए हैं और जो 10 से 17 साल हैं उनमें करीब 61 प्रतिशत बच्चों में एनटीबॉडी थी तो अगर हम इसको एनलाइज करें तो इसका मतलब यह कि बच्चों में इंफेक्शन तो हुआ है जैसे बड़ों में हो रहा था। कई कारणों से बच्चों में जो बीमारी की गंभीरता है वो काफी कम रही।"

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The BJP today criticised the Opposition for questioning the  Central Government over its reply in Rajya Sabha on death due to oxygen shortage  during COVID-19 pandemic. Talking to reporters in New Delhi,  party spokesperson Sambit Patra reiterated  the Government's stand that health is a State subject and no State has sent any data on deaths due to lack of oxygen.  He said, the Centre in its reply has made it clear that it just collects the data sent by States and UTs.


"किसी भी राज् ने या किसी भी यूनियन टेरटरी ने ऑक्सीजन के शोर्टेज को लेकर कोई मृत्यु हुआ हो स्पेस्फिकली बिकोज ऑफ ऑक्सीजन शोर्टेज इस पर कोई आंकड़ा नहीं भेजा। किसी ने भी यह नहीं कहा कि उनके राज् में ऑक्सीजन शोर्टेज के कारण कोई मृत्यु हुई है। इसलिए इसके आंकड़े नहीं हैं।

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The News Services Division of All India Radio in its bilingual live phone-in programme Corona Jagrukta series  will bring you a Special Discussion Programme on  Covid-19, tonight. Dr. S N Kureel, of King George Medical University, Lucknow will participate in the live  Discussion.


Listeners can ask questions to the expert on telephone numbers: 011: 2342-1764 (Repeat 011: 2342-1764 )  and 011: 2342-1230 (Repeat 011: 2342-1230). You can also post your queries on our Twitter handle @airnews alerts by #tag Askair.


This can be heard tonight on FM Gold Channel and additional frequencies from 9:30 PM onwards. This programme will also be available on our website NEWS ON AIR DOT NIC.IN and on our YouTube Channel NEWSONAIROFFICIAL. You can also follow us on the NEWSONAIR app for s.

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Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu has urged technical and professional educational institutions to offer courses in regional languages. In a Facebook post titled Engineering courses in mother language - A step in the right direction, Mr Naidu lauded 14 engineering colleges across eight States for offering courses in regional languages. Mr Naidu expressed his happiness over the decision of the All India Council for Technical Education, AICTE to permit B. Tech programmes in 11 native languages - Hindi, Marathi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Gujarati, Malayalam, Bengali, Assamese, Punjabi and Odia. Referring to the benefits of learning in the mother tongue, the Vice President said, it enhances one's grasping and comprehension levels.

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Vice President M. Venkaiah Naidu today asked universities to become thought leaders in finding solutions to global challenges  including climate change, poverty and pollution. He also said the universities should discuss various socio-economic and political issues facing the world and come up with ideas that can be implemented by the governments as per their needs and suitability. Mr. Naidu said this while virtually addressing the inaugural session of World Universities Summit, organised by O.P. Jindal University, Sonipat.  The Vice President said that universities should produce good academicians, economists and politicians who have good conduct, capacity, character and caliber. He called for promoting multi-disciplinary approaches and emphasised the need for collaborative academic effort to create sustainable and scalable solutions to the challenges around us.

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Maldives Foreign Affairs Minister and President-Elect of 76th General Assembly of United Nations, Abdulla Shahid has arrived in New Delhi today. During his visit, he will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and hold talks with the External Affairs Minister Dr. S Jaishankar on key international, multilateral, regional and bilateral issues of mutual interest. The two Ministers are also expected to review the entire gamut of bilateral cooperation between the two sides. The discussions are expected to give further momentum to the rapidly expanding ties between the two countries. During the visit, an Agreement for High Impact Community Development Projects to be implemented with Indian grant assistance in the Maldives will also be signed.


In a statement, the External Affairs Ministry said, the visit of Abdulla Shahid will provide an opportunity to exchange views with him on several global challenges that the United Nations is currently seized with. It will also give an opportunity to reiterate India’s abiding commitment to multilateralism and to the UN’s leadership in confronting these challenges. India, will be the first country that Abdulla Shahid is visiting in his official capacity as President-Elect of the 76th General Assembly of the United Nations since his election on 7th June this year.

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The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) has extended the last date for schools to finalise Class 12th results from the 22nd of July to the 25th of July. In case any school fails to complete the moderation process by then, its results will be declared separately. The board also announced that Class 12th examinations for private candidates would be held between 16th August  and 15th  September.


In a letter to the CBSE school principals on the eve of the deadline to finalise results, Controller of Examinations Sanyam Bhardwaj noted that teachers involved are under stress, getting panicky and committing mistakes. The letter said, in view of these problems, the board has decided to extend the deadline to 5 p.m. on the 25th of July.

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Karnataka Deputy Chief Minister Dr. Ashwatha Narayana who holds the Higher Education portfolio has announced that physical classes in degree colleges will commence from July 26th. Speaking to media persons on the sidelines of an event in Bengaluru today, the minister said that 75 per cent of students and college staff have been vaccinated and can attend the college.


"As Covid situation improves in Karnataka and relaxations announced in the lockdown, the educational institutions are gearing up to welcome their students. A special vaccination drive was organised for students studying in the degree colleges. After vaccination of the majority of students and college staff the Higher Education department has now decided to open the degree colleges. Dr. Ashwatha Narayana has assured that all the students and teaching staff will be vaccinated soon. Only those who have taken at least the first dose will be allowed to attend the college.Sudhindra AIR News Bengaluru "

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The Defence Research and Development Organisation, DRDO today successfully flight-tested the New Generation Akash Missile, a surface-to-air Missile from the Integrated Test Range off the coast of Odisha. The flight trial was conducted from a land-based platform with all weapon system elements such as Multifunction Radar, Command, Control and Communication System and launcher participating in deployment configuration.


The missile system has been developed by Defence Research and Development Laboratory, Hyderabad in collaboration with other DRDO laboratories. During the test, the missile demonstrated high manoeuvrability required for neutralising fast and agile aerial threats. 

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In a major boost to Atmanirbhar Bharat and strengthening Army, the Defence Research and Development Organisation today successfully flight tested indigenously developed low weight, fire and forget Man-Portable Anti-Tank Guided Missile. The missile was launched from a man-portable launcher integrated with thermal site and the target was mimicking a tank. The missile hit the target in direct attack mode and destroyed it with precision. The test has validated the minimum range successfully. All the mission objectives were met.

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Science and Technology Minister Dr Jitendra Singh has said that Science and Technology is key to achieve Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Atmanirbhar Bharat. Dr Singh was speaking after releasing a Review Committee Report on International Science and Technology Cooperation prepared under the leadership of Dr Anil Kakodkar, former Chairman of Atomic Energy Commission of India. He said, today India has Science and Technology cooperation with 44 countries and this list will be expanded in coming days and months.

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The Bhartiya Janta Party's J&K Unit has hailed the decision of the UT Government to issue a domicile certificate to the spouse of a native woman, who is a domicile holder in the Union Territory. Addressing a  press conference in Jammu today, J&K BJP President Ravinder Raina termed it a historic decision and an end of the injustice meted to the girls of J&K at the hands of previous governments who married outside the erstwhile State.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi will share his thoughts with the people in the country and abroad in the Mann Ki Baat programme on All India Radio on the 25th of this month. It will be the 79th episode of the monthly radio programme. The Prime Minister has invited people to share their ideas on topics he should address on the coming episode of the programme.


People can share their views in the NaMo app or MyGov Open Forum. They can also dial the toll-free number 1800-11-7800 and record their message for the Prime Minister in either Hindi or English. The phone lines will remain open till tomorrow. People can also give a missed call on 1922 and follow the link received in SMS to directly give their suggestions to the Prime Minister.

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RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat today said that the muslim population of the country would not be affected by the Citizenship Amendment Act, CAA. He said that India is taking care of its minority population since long while Pakistan failed to do so. Releasing a book titled Citizenship Debate Over NRC and CAA along  with Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma in Guwahati, Shri Bhagwat stressed that all must follow the duties of a citizen as stated by our constitution. He said that India taught secularism to the world based on 5000 years of culture. The RSS Chief said that there was a debate going on after 2014 on secularism but he added that the country has old history of secularism.


"अपने भक्ति में हम पक्के हैं, आपकी भक्ति में आप भी पक्के हैं। हमको कोई दिक्कत नहीं है। भाषा आपकी अलग-अलग है तो भी दिक्कत नहीं है। एक-दूसरे की भाषा का आदर सम्मान करके हम रहेंगे। एक-दूसरे की भाषाओं का, की सुरक्षा की भी चिंता करें। सैक्युलरिज्, सोशललिज्, डेमोक्रेसी ये बातें दुनिया से हमको सीखनी नहीं है। ये हमारी परंपरा में हमारे खून में है और इसलिए सबसे अधिक प्रामाणिकता से उसको लागू करके उसको जीवंत रखा, हमारे देश ने रखा।"

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Noted Carnatic Classical Violinist ‘Kalaimaamani’ Sikkil Shri R BHASKARAN passed away at Chennai today. He was 85.


He was an ‘A” Grade Artist of AIR and had served for nearly two decades in  Chennai radio Station from 1976 to 1994. He had also served as an Executive Committee member of the Thiruvaiyaru Thyaga Brahma Festival for more than two decades.


During his close to five decades of Musical Career, Bhaskaran had been bestowed with many laurels, Awards & Honours.

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The festival of sacrifice, Eid-ul-Azha was celebrated in a subdued manner due to Coronavirus pandemic across the country today. In most of the places, there were no mass congregation prayers in compliance with Covid restrictions. The worshippers offered Eid Namaz or prayers in local mosques in limited numbers in some places. In other parts, people offered prayers in their homes adhering to guidelines issued by the government. 


Eid-ul-Azha is celebrated to commemorate the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim to sacrifice his only son in obedience of God's command. 

 

President Ram Nath Kovind and Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu have greeted people on the occasion of Eid-ul-Zuha.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi has extended his best wishes on Eid-ul-Azha. In his message, he hoped that this day furthers the spirit of collective empathy, harmony and inclusivity in the service of greater good.

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In the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir, Eid-ul-Azha or Bakrid festival witnessed low-key celebrations in the Kashmir Valley today as prayers were not held at the major mosques and shrines of Kashmir due to COVID-19 related restrictions, aimed at preventing the spread of the Cornavirus infection.


However, majority of the faithful marked the festival of sacrifice by offering prayers in small groups with due adherence to social distancing norms and other protocols.


"Eid-ul-Azha, the festival of sacrifice, was celebrated in the entire Kashmir valley today with religious fervour and gaiety. It was a low key affair as people offered prayers either at their homes or at the mosques in their localities because the Divisional Administration had imposed ban on the congregational gatherings in the wake of the prevailing Cornavirus  pandemic. Meanwhile, Lt Governor Manoj Sinha, his Advisors, Chief Secretary and leaders of the mainstream organisations have greeted the people on the auspicious occasion of Eid-ul-Azha. They have urged them to wear masks and maintain social distancing norms to avoid spread of COVID-19 pandemic. Mr Sinha prayed that the festival deepens the bond of communal harmony and amity among all sects and brings progress & prosperity in the Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir with good health for all. Sunil Koul for AIR News from Srinagar "

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All India Radio, Doordarshan and DD Sports will do a mega coverage of Olympics -2020. The coverage spans from pre to post-Olympics and will also be available on Digital platforms of  Doordarshan and  All India Radio. Different sporting events at the Olympics will be broadcast Live daily on DD Sports from 5 AM to 7 PM. 


All AIR Capital stations, FM Rainbow network, DRM and other interested AIR stations will broadcast programmes on Olympics. The programmes will also be carried over  AIR Youtube Channel, DTH and on NewsonAir Mobile App. Daily highlights and periodic FM s will also be given. News Services Division of All India Radio has been broadcasting Olympics Quiz daily in its Sports Scan programme since 1st of this month.  Winners from all over the country will get Team India Jersey. 

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Youth Affairs and Sports Minister Anurag Thakur has urged people to make a video with their friends and family members and share it with # HumaraVictoryPunch in support of Indian athletes representing the country at Tokyo Olympic. In a tweet, Mr Thakur said, the people can make the video and tag it to five people and invite them to share their videos to show their support for the Indian Olympics Team. 


Mr Thakur  also posted a video on his twitter handle and tagged five persons. He has nominated Law and Justice Minister Kiren Rijiju, Cricketer Virender Sehwag, Actor Akshay Kumar, Badminton Player Saina Nehwal and Paytm founder Vijay Shekhar Sharma.

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With 2 days to go for Tokyo Olympics, AIR takes notice of 2018 Asian Games gold-medal-winning Indian boxer Amit Panghal who is competing in the 52kg men's boxing category at the Tokyo Olympics 2020. The Indian pugilist, who is the top seed in his weight category, is being seen as the top contender to win at the Tokyo Olympics.  

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Listeners from across the country are participating in the Olympic Quiz with AIR News. Listeners have e-mailed us their replies in huge numbers. Damini Balke of Guna in Madhya Pradesh was the first to send the correct answer of the question on the 20th of July. Many congratulations to her from the entire team of AIR News.


Speaking to AIR News, Damini Balke expressed her happiness on winning the Olympic Quiz and wished the Indian Olympic contingent the best for Tokyo Olympics.


To participate in the Olympic Quiz, tune in to our programme Sports Scan at 7:20 PM every day.

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In Maharashtra, Meteorological department has warned that intense to very intense spells of rain are very likely to occur at isolated places in the districts of Palghar and Thane, during the next 3 hours. Moderate to intense spells of rain are expected to occur at isolated places in the districts of Mumbai, Sindhudurg Nandurbar, Aurangabad, Jalna, Beed, Latur, Parbhani, Osmanabad and Hingoli during next 3 hours.


A red alert has been issued for Pune, Kolhapur, Satara, Raigad and Ratnagiri districts for tomorrow.

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Telangana has been put on alert by Met officials stating that it is likely to witness widespread rains for next two days. They informed that heavy to very heavy downpour is likely at many places and extremely heavy rain is likely at isolated places. Met officials have issued a red alert for over half a dozen districts including Komaram Bhim Asifabad, Mancherial, Jagityal, Peddapalli, Mulugu and Bhadradri Kothagudem. About a dozen other districts have been put on orange alert stating that several places likely to get heavy rainfall.

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Now, let us take a look at the weather forecast for tomorrow.

 

The National Capital Delhi is likely to experience generally cloudy sky with Light Rain or Drizzle. The temperature will hover between 24 and 35 degree Celsius.

 

Mumbai will have generally generally cloudy sky with heavy rain. The minimum temperature will be 25 degree Celsius while the maximum is expected to be around 28 degrees.

 

Chennai is expected to have generally cloudy sky with Light rain. The temperature will vary between 25 and 35 degree Celsius.

 

Kolkata will have generally cloudy sky with a few spells of rain or thundershowers. The city will observe a minimum temperature of 27 degree Celsius and a maximum of around 32 degrees.

 

Srinagar will experience partly cloudy sky. Temperature will hover between 18 and 26 degree Celsius.


Jammu will have partly cloudy sky becoming generally cloudy towards afternoon or evening or night. The minimum temperature will be 24 degree Celsius while the maximum will be around 30 degrees.


Leh is expected to have partly cloudy sky. The minimum and maximum temperature will be between Nine and 28 degree Celsius.

 

Gilgit will have generally cloudy sky with possibility of rain or Thunderstorm or Duststorm. The temperature will hover between 14 and 27 degree Celsius.

 

Muzaffarabad will experience mostly sunny and pleasant. The minimum temperature will be 19 degree Celsius and maximum will be around 31 degrees.

 

Dehradun will have partly cloudy sky with one or two spells of rain or thundershowers. The minimum temperature will be 21 degree Celsius while the maximum will be around 33 degrees.


Shimla is expected to have thunderstorm with rain. The temperature will vary between 19 and 25 degree Celsius.


Chandigarh will see generally cloudy sky with possibility of development of thunder or lightning. The temperature is likely to hover between 27 and 34 degree Celsius.


Ahmedabad and Patna will have generally cloudy sky with light rain. In Ahmedabad, the minimum temperature will be 27 degree Celsius while the maximum will be around 32 degrees.


In Patna, the minimum temperature will be 27 degree celsius and the maximum will be around 34 degrees.


Guwahati, Imphal, Shillong and Aizwal will have generally cloudy sky with one or two spells of rain or thundershowers. In Guwahati, the minimum temperature will be around 27 degree Celsius while the maximum will be 35 degrees. Imphal will observe a minimum temperature of 22 degree Celsius and a maximum of around 32 degrees. In Shillong, temperature will hover between 19 and 28 degree Celsius. In Aizwal, the minimum temperature will be 20 degree Celsius while the maximum will be around 28 degrees.


Kohima and Agartala are also expected to have generally cloudy sky with one or two spells of rain or thundershowers. In Kohima, the minimum and maximum temperature will be between 19 and 28 degree Celsius. In Agartala, the temperature will hover between 26 and 33 degree Celsius. 


Itanagar and Gangtok will experience generally cloudy sky with a few spells of rain or thundershowers. In Itanagar, temperature will hover between 25 and 35 degree Celsius. In Gangtok, temperature will hover between 18 and 22 degrees Celsius.


Port Blair is expected to have generally cloudy sky with one or two spells of rain or thundershowers. The temperature will vary between 24 and 29 degree Celsius.


Visakhapatnam will have generally cloudy sky with a few spells of rain or thundershowers. The city will observe a minimum temperature of 25 degree Celsius and a maximum of around 33 degrees. 


Raipur will have generally cloudy sky with possibility of rain or Thunderstorm or Duststorm. The minimum temperature will be 22 degree Celsius while the maximum will be around 30 degrees.


Diu is expected to have generally cloudy sky with Light rain. The minimum and maximum temperature will be between 27 and 32 degree Celsius.


Panjim will have generally cloudy sky with Heavy rain. The temperature will hover between 24 and 27 degrees.


Ranchi will have generally cloudy sky with moderate rain. The city will observe a minimum temperature of 23 degree Celsius and a maximum of around 31 degrees.


Hyderabad is likely to have generally cloudy sky with moderate rain. Minimum temperature will be 22 degree Celsius while the maximum will be around 29 degrees.


Bangaluru will experience Generally cloudy sky with one or two spells of rain or thundershowers. Temperature will hover between 20 and 29 degree Celsius.


Thiruvananthapuram will have generally cloudy sky with a few spells of rain or thundershowers. The minimum temperature will be 24 degree Celsius while the maximum will be around 30 degrees.


Agati is expected to have generally cloudy sky with one or two spells of rain or thundershowers. The minimum and maximum temperature will be between 26 and 31 degree Celsius.


Bhopal will have generally cloudy sky with moderate rain. The temperature will hover between 24 and 32 degree Celsius.


Bhubneshwar will have generally cloudy sky with one or two spells of rain or thundershowers. The temperature will hover between 25 and 31 degree Celsius.


Puducherry is expected to have generally cloudy sky. The temperature will vary between 25 and 36 degree Celsius.


Jaipur will have thunderstorm with rain. The city will observe a minimum temperature of 26 degree Celsius and a maximum of around 33 degrees.


Lucknow will experience generally cloudy sky with a few spells of rain or thundershowers. Temperature will hover between 26 and 31 degree Celsius.

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