Monsoon Withdraws From Northeast; Rainfall 'more Or Less' Good

  |   Meghalayanews

The four-month-long southwest monsoon has withdrawn from the north-eastern region.

It has also withdrawn from most parts of India during the last few days, according to the Met department.

According to the rainfall data of the India Meteorological Department (IMD), the monsoon (June to September) rainfall was normal in seven of the 11 eastern and northeastern states, deficient in three states and excess in one.

According to scientists of the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) and other agricultural experts, the quantum of monsoon rainfall is "more or less good" for both kharif and rabi crops in the northeastern and eastern region in the country....

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