A UAE research programme that aims to increase rainfall in arid and semi-arid regions and promote water security has received a high-level of interest from around the world, said Sheikh Mansour Al Nahyan, UAE Deputy Prime Minister and Minister o
The Indian military struggled to evacuate thousands of residents stranded in the southern state of Tamil Nadu on Thursday as the death toll from flooding rose to 269 after the heaviest cloudburst in over a century.
Bahrain plans to invest millions of dinars in rainwater drainage networks following chronic flooding last week, if the money is available. The Cabinet yesterday (November 30) earmarked BD8.27 million ($20.9 million) to tackle rain drainage pro
Qatar has banned some owners of construction companies, contractors and consulting engineers from leaving the country as it carries out a probe into how heavy rains damaged buildings and roadways, said a report.
UAE's Ministry of Environment and Water's Dams' has opened gates to release water retained in dams located in the Wadi Shoka, Al Qushaish and Al Kassa in the central region, following heavy to moderate summer rains in Ras Al Khaima
UAE’s Ministry of Environment and Water said an an estimated 219,300 cu m of water, or 48 million gallons, flowed into the lakes and dams located in the country’s central region following a rainfall recently.
Rescue teams toiled in pouring rain on Thursday in the debris left by last week's devastating earthquake in Nepal, but officials said the chances of finding any more survivors was bleak as the death toll neared 5,500.
Summer heatwaves and downpours have become more frequent in the northern hemisphere this century, apparently because extreme weather can get trapped for weeks in the same place in a warming world, a study showed.
Disruptions to th
Authorities in Bahrain are on standby in case of further rains after working round the clock to clear roads following downpours earlier this week, said a top official.
Works Ministry public relations and media director Fahad Buall
Bahrain experienced moderate to heavy showers yesterday with the Civil Aviation Affairs Meteorology Directorate officials predicting more rain today.
Weather officials said the showers, which started early in the afternoon, brough