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Jun 27, 2017-Tuesday
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Heavy overnight rain in SoBo but no water logging in city
Jun 26, 2017 16:50 IST
By Badri Chatterjee
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what happened: Mumbai woke up to wet conditions as heavy overnight rain lashed the city for a second day-in-a-row.
what it means: Colaba weather station, representative of south Mumbai, recorded 84mm rain between Sunday night and Monday morning. Santacruz, representative of the suburbs, recorded 52.4mm rain during the same time.
what next: On account of Eid, roads were clear with no reports of traffic jams. Local trains ran smoothly.
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Two elephants kill 3 persons in Cooch Behar and Jalpaiguri
Jun 26, 2017 16:30 IST
By Sumanta Ray Chaudhuri
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what happened: Three persons were killed by two elephants in north Bengal districts since Sunday afternoon.
what it means: Of the three victims, two are from Cooch Behar district while the other is from Jalpaiguri. All the bodies have been recovered. In Cooch Behar, the animal attacked a couple and killed the husband.
what next: Forest officials are conducting search operations in both districts to capture the killer elephants.
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Natural preservatives keep muffins fresh as well
Jun 26, 2017 16:28 IST
By Snehal Fernandes
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what happened: Study by CFTRI, Mysore, says lemon grass, cloves, as good as calcium propionate, potassium sorbate
what it means: The natural ingredients act as anti-fungi agents and muffins baked using them stay fresh for as long as those made using chemical preservatives -- 24 days.
what next: CFTRI scientists say that their technique is ready for commercial use.
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MSRDC won’t upgrade ‘costly’ anti-crash system
Jun 26, 2017 16:28 IST
By Swapnil Rawal
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what happened: MSRDC dropped plan to install Brifen wire rope safety fence along Mumbai-Pune Expressway.
what it means: Sources said the plan was junked as it would have burdened the cash-strapped MSRDC. Brifen wires are imported from the UK and are priced at Rs5,200 per running meter.
what next: MSRDC are going to install crash barriers and stick to the Indian Road Congress (IRC) guidelines.
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