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Skymet said as many as 2,500 people die every year in India due to lightning only.

Skymet On CNBC-TV18 | Skymet Weather Services & NCDEX have launched 2 rainfall-based indices today. Speaking with @Manisha3005 , Jatin Singh, Founder & CEO of Skymet says Indian agriculture’s reliance on weather is high & the indices can prove to be a great indication.

NCDEX has partnered with Skymet Weather Services Private Limited, which will provide data on the weather movement in the country.

NCDEX, Skymet join hands to launch two weather-sensitive indices on Tuesday#weatherupdates 

Skymet Weather MD Jatin Singh on damage caused by #CycloneNisarga  @LRC_NDTV 

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Skymet Weather MD Jatin Singh on the frequency of cyclones in India@LRC_NDTV 

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Watch | "The damage will be lesser than anticipated, next 3-4 hours crucial": Jatin Singh, Founder and MD, Skymet on #CycloneNisarga 

India Today's @sahiljoshii  gives an update on the latest information on #CycloneNisarga  as shared by Skymet. #ITVideo 

#MumbaiCycloneAlert | Skymet: Rains to continue until tonight but winds will not exceed 50 kmph. Eye of Cyclone Nisarga has completed landfall. Process will get completed in next 1 hour. Heena Gambhir takes us through the latest satellite image from IMD.

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"Kolkata has never seen such worse conditions in the past": Skymet President GP Sharma on #CycloneAmphan 

#MumbaiRains | City recorded 375 mm of rainfall in last 21 hours according to private weather forecaster Skymet. 16 killed in rain-related incidents in Mumbai and suburbs. The BMC has advised people to stay indoors.

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Skymet's Managing Director@JATINSKYMET  says, "Mumbai is at serious risk of flooding between July 3 and 5. Close to 200 mm or more rain per day is likely during this period, which could hamper normal life. Be prepared for the upcoming #MumbaiRains  | @SkymetWeather  #Advisory 

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#OnCNBCTV18 | Skymet says Mumbai has received heaviest rainfall in almost a decade #MumbaiRainsLiveUpdates 

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#MumbaiRains  | According to Skymet, rains will intensify from July 3 as weather system over Bay of Bengal will move towards West Coast resulting in heavy showers. Follow @ie_mumbai  for #MumbaiRainsLiveUpdatesLiveUpdates .

Samar Chaudhary, Meteorologist at Skymet: This is the second driest year in last 65 years, normal rainfall for pre-monsoon is 131.5 mm whereas the recorded rainfall is 99 mm. This condition is due to the prevailing El Niño over the areas which will affect the landfall of monsoon.

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According to Skymet Weather, Monsoon is likely to remain below normal for India in 2017

Headlines of the day! RT @bsindia : India to have a normal monsoon this year predicts Skymet

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According to skymet weather'>Assocham-Skymet Weather,prices of vegetables are likely to jump 20-25 per cent in coming days #AchheDin ?

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