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Indranil Sarkar

Indranil is a weather industry expert with a decade long experience in the domain. He has been instrumental in setting up novel weather services across landscapes for both agriculture and industry, raising capital and crafting a growth story for weather forecasting in India. Currently he is Senior Vice President of Express Weather.

Latest Articles By Indranil Sarkar

The Monsoon Conundrum

Indranil Sarkar

Recurrent bad monsoons have not brought about policy changes that will shield India from shifting rains. Farm and food security remain distant dreams even in the 69th year of an independent India

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2016 Strong Contender To Become Hottest Year

Indranil Sarkar

Historical temperature records with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration show that April was the twelfth straight warmest month in a row

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Monsoon Outlook Remains Favourable Despite Early Snags

Indranil Sarkar

The monsoon will gain momentum in the second half of June or towards the end. Will the financial markets appreciate this and not capsize is something to be seen as the monsoon unfolds

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Catastrophes Linked To Climate Change May Cause $158 Trillion Damage By 2050

Indranil Sarkar

According to a World Bank report, 1.3 billion people are expected to suffer the effects of climate changes in the next three decades

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Delayed Monsoon Over India May Worsen Flooding, Trouble Harvesting

Indranil Sarkar

IMD surmised that delay in monsoon's onset will not affect sowing of major crops. The agency believes that pre-monsoon showers will provide ample moisture for sowing activities, especially in South India

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TV & Electronics Giant Panasonic Claims The World's Best Weather Model

Indranil Sarkar

Panasonic has made a study internally using a 500 hPa anomaly correlation between their model, the GFS and the ECMWF

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India Needs $1 Trillion To Fulfill Its Carbon Emissions Promise

Indranil Sarkar

The Paris climate deal that supersedes the Kyoto Protocol has clearer intent and more objective goals than its predecessor.

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How Determining Raindrop Sizes Can Boost Storm Forecasts?

Indranil Sarkar

The rain drop images can be fed as data into storm prediction weather models (statistical-mathematical computer programs) and engender more accurate storm forecasting across the globe

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Monsoon 2016 Is Likely To Be Above Normal; Why All Forecasts Concur

Indranil Sarkar

The government forecaster expects 106 per cent rains for the monsoon season this year. The monsoon is likely to be fairly well distributed with some hiccups in northeast and southeast India

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Global Warming Pushing North Pole Towards London

Indranil Sarkar

This is where climate change triggered melting of polar ice caps and mutations in rainfall patterns across the planet play their role in pushing the poles

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