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18 April 2019 Current Events Unseasonal rain results in loss of lives and property
More than 50 lives were lost as a result of rain, thunderstorm and lightning, that struck different parts of North and Central India in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra. Apart from the loss of human lives, even crops, cattle and property damage was reported extensively from these areas. As per the India Meteorological Department, the unseasonal rains were the result of a western disturbance that originated in the Mediterranean and moved towards the northern and north-western parts of India, gathering moisture from oceans and striking areas having high temperature.

Unseasonal rain results in loss of lives and property
More than 50 lives were lost as a result of rain, thunderstorm and lightning, that struck different parts of North and Central India in Rajasthan, Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra. Apart from the loss of human lives, even crops, cattle and property damage was reported extensively from these areas. As per the India Meteorological Department, the unseasonal rains were the result of a western disturbance that originated in the Mediterranean and moved towards the northern and north-western parts of India, gathering moisture from oceans and striking areas having high temperature.



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