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Severe Cyclone Biparjoy is likely to bring severe rain to Karnataka and Kerala’s coastal areas.




Cyclone Biparjoy

As the cyclonic storm Biparjoy strengthened into a very severe cyclonic storm on Wednesday and approaches the shore, coastal Karnataka and Kerala are predicted to get extensive rainfall. As the cyclonic storm Biparjoy approaches the shore, severe rainfall and gale winds are forecast along the Karnataka coast and in Bengaluru on Thursday, according to the India Meteorological Department (IMD).

The monsoon is also expected to arrive in Kerala on Friday, according to the Met Department. While strong winds are expected near the centre of the cyclone, the Konkan coast, which includes Kerala, Karnataka, and Goa, will see squally weather till June 12, according to the IMD’s Wednesday advisory.

Meanwhile, the Karnataka government and district administration have stepped up preparations for the cyclonic impact, according to The Hindu. The IMD forecasted extensive rainfall across Kerala for the next five days on Wednesday. According to the weather service, cyclone ‘Biprajoy’, which grew into a very severe cyclonic storm on Wednesday, forecasted a mild monsoon commencement over Kerala.

On Thursday, a rain notice was issued for the Ernakulam district because heavy rains are forecast.
Furthermore, extensive rains are forecast in the districts of Thiruvananthapuram and Kollam on Friday (June 9).

Fishermen were not permitted to enter cyclone-affected parts of the Arabian Sea. Kerala has had significant rainfall activity at several locations. This is rainfall data from 8.30 a.m. on Wednesday to 10 p.m. The arrival of the Monsoon has yet to be formally announced by IMD. According to the IMD, the monsoon season could arrive in Kerala within the next 48 hours.


Meanwhile, the Regional Meteorological Centre (RMC) in Chennai has issued a heatwave warning for parts of Tamil Nadu, Puducherry, and Karaikal due to the cyclone’s intensity.

Temperatures in these areas are forecast to reach 40 degrees Celsius. Rain and thunderstorms are also expected in Ariyalur, Cuddalore, Thanjavur, Thiruvarur, Namakkal, Pudukottai, and a few other areas on Thursday and Friday, according to the weather service. Also, for the next two days, Chennai will be treated to light shows.

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Cyclone Biparjoy strengthens into a severe storm, affecting Maharashtra, Karnataka, and Goa: IMD




Cyclone, Biparjoy

In a notice given on Wednesday, the IMD said waterfront states in Southwest India, including Maharashtra, Karnataka and Goa are probably going to confront terrible climate as twister Biparjoy escalated into extremely serious tempest on Wednesday.
Tornado ‘Biparjoy’ heightened into an extremely serious tempest as it moved almost northwards with a speed of 2 kmph as of now, the India Meteorological Division (IMD) said on Wednesday.

In its most recent notice refreshed at 9:00 am (IST) on Wednesday, the IMD expressed that the twister is probably going to move almost northwards in the following 24 hours, while holding its power. It would then move north-northwestwards in the following 3 days.
The IMD cautioned of ensuing cruel climate and ocean conditions in the southwestern states, with wind speeds possibly coming to 135-145 kmph, and blasting up to 160 kmph throughout the following three to four days. The IMD has likewise encouraged anglers to try not to wander into the ocean.

At 2:30 am on June 7, the cyclonic tempest stayed fixed for three hours, roughly 900 km west-southwest of Goa, 1020 km southwest of Mumbai, 1090 km south-southwest of Porbandar, and 1380 km south of Karachi.

Waterfront areas of Lakshadweep, Karnataka, Goa, and Maharashtra liable to confront influence
The effect of Twister Biparjoy is expected to be felt in a few southwestern states. The IMD has given a breeze cautioning for the following five days in these districts.

On June 7, hurricane twists with rates of 80-90 kmph, blasting up to 100 kmph, are probably going to beat the east-focal Bedouin Ocean and connecting region of the west-focal and southeast Middle Eastern Ocean.
Before dinnertime, these breezes might strengthen to 95-105 kmph, blasting up to 115 kmph in a similar region. Bordering region of the west-focal and south Middle Eastern Ocean, and the shores of north Kerala, Karnataka, and Goa are subsequently liable to be most influenced by the tempest.

On June 8, the breeze speeds are supposed to increment further, coming to 115-125 kmph, blasting up to 140 kmph from the night. Regions along the Karnataka, Goa, and Maharashtra coasts will major areas of strength for encounter. By June 9, wind rates might raise to 135-145 kmph, blasting up to 160 kmph from the night, influencing the bordering region of the South Middle Eastern Ocean, Karnataka, and the Goa-Maharashtra coasts.

On June 10, storm twists with rates of 145-155 kmph, blasting up to 170 kmph, are anticipated over the focal Bedouin Ocean. The bordering region of the south Middle Eastern Ocean, as well as the banks of north Karnataka, Goa, and Maharashtra, will likewise be affected.

Anglers along and off the Kerala-Karnataka coasts, as well as the Lakshadweep-Maldives regions ought to stay wary on June 6 and 7. While the ones along and off the Konkan-Goa-Maharashtra coasts ought to stay careful from June 8 to June 10, the IMD expressed.

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ICC Announces Pakistan as Host for 2025 Champions Trophy, India Obliged to Play





The hosting of the Asia Cup 2023 has stirred up a lot of controversy, particularly due to security concerns in Pakistan. Initially, Pakistan was assigned the responsibility of hosting the event, but the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Secretary, Jai Shah, declined to play in Pakistan citing the safety of Indian players. Subsequently, the Pakistan Cricket Board proposed a hybrid model for the matches involving India.

However, several countries, including India, are still apprehensive about the security situation in Pakistan, leading them to refuse to play matches there. Despite this, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has made an announcement that now compels India to play in Pakistan.

Pakistan awarded hosting rights for the 2025 Champions Trophy


The ICC Champions Trophy, last held in 2017, which Pakistan won, was canceled in 2021 as the ICC had planned to introduce a different type of league to replace it. However, the ICC’s alternative plan did not materialize, resulting in the decision to revive the Champions Trophy. The upcoming edition of the tournament is scheduled to be held in Pakistan in 2025.

India’s obligation to play in Pakistan

Consequently, India will be required to travel to Pakistan for the ICC Champions Trophy in 2025, as Pakistan has been entrusted with the hosting rights. While India may choose not to participate in the Asia Cup 2023 in Pakistan, they will be obliged to compete in the ICC Champions Trophy.

The ICC Champions Trophy originated in 1998, with the South African team emerging as the inaugural champions. Subsequent winners include New Zealand in 2000, India and Sri Lanka jointly in 2002, the West Indies in 2004, and Australia in 2006 and 2009. In 2013, India clinched the Champions Trophy, and the most recent champion was Pakistan in 2017.

View the list of past ICC Champions Trophy winners here:


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