In a recent weather forecast, a private weather agency predicted heavy rainfall and 'Black Monsoon' in Indian regions for the next four weeks. "Extended Range Prediction System (ERPS) is projecting a dismal outlook for the next four weeks, until July 6," said the agency. The southwest monsoon reached Kerala on June 8, a week after the usual date of June 1 and is expected to reach other regions.
After Andhra Pradesh, the Telugu State of Telangana, is also expected to witness rainfall amid surface trough. The weather department of the two states, issued an alert for people, especially fishermen, asking not to venture out. In addition, the Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) issued a yellow alert for rainfall in Hyderabad. The two states are witnessing rainfall since the past two days and more downpour is expected with IMD alert.… read-more
The Indian Meteorological Department issued an Orange alert and Yellow alert, in Telangana and Hyderabad. The weather department forecasted heavy downpours in the Telugu state for the next two days, April 7 and 8. Notably, the rainfall started on April 5, in several regions of Telangana, creating troubles like waterlogging, power cuts and others. The situation is expected to continue for next two-days, with no relief in the rising… read-more
Researchers have developed an artificial intelligence-enabled tool that detects heart attacks in Humans. In addition, a medical test called coronary Computed Tomography Angiography (CTA) captures 3D images of the heart and arteries and shows how much a patient’s arteries have narrowed. In the trial named 'SCOT-HEART', the CTA images correctly predicted heart attack risk for 1,611 people in the course of five years.
Courtesy: ANI News