Valsad News

Saturday 23rd August 2014
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Valsad Facts


Population: Approx 57,909
Longitude: 72.98
Latitude: 20.54
Street Map: Click Here
Country: India (IN)
Weather Station: Bombay / Santacruz
(about 98 miles away)

Valsad Weather


Current Weather in Valsad

News Headlines

Heavy rains lash parts of Gujarat; flood-like situation in Valsad
Ahmedabad, July 29: Heavy rains lashed many parts of Gujarat with Valsad district facing a flood-like situation due to continuous downpour. "Valsad city has received 18 inches of rainfall during last 24 hours. Kaprada, Dharampur Pardi, Umergam and Vapi towns
Heavy rainfall leads to water logging in Gujarat's Valsad district
Heavy rainfall in Gujarat's Valsad district resulted in water logging on Wednesday. People in the area faced difficulty in commuting as the water rose to knee level resulting in heavy traffic jams. Earlier today, Ahmadabad also suffered from water logging to heavy rainfall thereby disrupting normal life. Despite the problems of water logging, traffic jams, power cuts and delayed flights, the ...
Heavy rains lash Gujarat on Eid
Heavy rains lashed most parts of Gujarat region with Kaprada in Valsad district of south Gujarat receiving rainfall of 528 mm in last 36 hours. Many parts of central and north Gujarat also received moderate to rather heavy rainfall today.
Rains halt south Gujarat in its tracks
Hundreds were shifted to safety and train services to and from Mumbai were disrupted after the heaviest downpour of the season in south Gujarat paralyzed normal life on Tuesday.
Heavy rains in Ahmedabad disrupt normal life
Normal life was thrown out of gear as moderate to heavy rains lashed south and central Gujarat, with Ahmedabad recording 210 mm rainfall overnight.
Rain hits rail services, cuts-off villages in Gujarat
Several passenger and express trains in Ahmedabad-Mumbai route have been running behind schedule due to waterlogged tracks, as heavy rain continued to pound southern Gujarat for the past 12 hours. The rains that threw normal life out of gear in places like Valsad, Navsari and Surat also inundated major highways connecting the state with Mumbai. As many as 14 villages in Umargam have been ...
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Sports Headlines

Football criticised for being ruined by 'racism, sexism, homophobia, anti-Semitism'
London, Aug 22 (ANI): Football watchdogs have slammed the sport of being wrecked by racism, sexism, homophobia and anti-Semitism after a Premier League executive quit following an alleged swapping of offensive texts with former Cardiff manager Malky Mackay. Crystal Palace's sporting director Iain Moody resigned from his post after he and Mackay were reported to the Football Association over the ...
HOT TOPIC: Fantasy Football  2014
The following releases focus on Fantasy Football 2014:
New Indian football league all set to take shape
NEW DELHI (AP) — Retired batting great Sachin Tendulkar will lead a clutch of former cricketers and movie stars in promoting the start of the Indian football league.
Man dies after Brazil football violence
Sao Paulo, Aug 22 (IANS) A man died from injuries suffered during clashes between rival football fans in Brazil. Palmeiras fan Gilberto Torres Pereira died in intensive care after being struck on the head with an iron bar by a Corinthians supporter Saturday, police said Thursday, reports Xinhua. Police said they had requested the arrest of a city councilor, Raimundo Faustino, accused of being ...
PFF announces 5 mn rupees for football team
Karachi: Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) president Saleh Faisal Hayat has announced a cash prize of five million rupees for the national team players for defeating India in the second match of the two-game friendship series in Bangalore. “The 2-0 win our boys got over India today is a big step forward for Pakistan football,” Hayat told PTI on telephone. “India is ahead of us in football in ...
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