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India May Shun Drouth for Fourth Year

India may avoid a waterlessness for a fourth consecutive year as the El Nino atmospheric condition system seems unlikely to impact monsoon rains, a major predictor said on Thursday, likely yet some other bumper grains output in the Asia's third-largest economy.

El Nino was a cause in India's last terrible dryness in 2009 when the country had to import sugar, pushing worldwide prices to 30-year highs.

It is connected with heating of the sea's surface in the Pacific Ocean and can reason far-flung drought in the Indian sub-continent that results in lower grains production for one of the world's amplest food consumers and producers.

"El Nino is now at an indifferent phase and a revaluation about its outgrowth with associated effect over the Indian sub-continent will be finished during the second half of April," D.S. Pai, the lead visionary of the Indian weather office, told to media. The World Meteorological Organization will reappraisal the possibility of El Nino's emersion for this year's monsoon at a territorial summit in Kathmandu, where Pai will present the Indian weather office's maiden appearance about the yearly summer rains.

"If this year's monsoon is all right, then we can bring forth another record year of food grain production," Farm Minister Sharad Pawar had told on Wednesday at a conference. Last year, the monsoon rains confronted a widespread dryness even though the first half of the June-September rainy season recorded inadequate rainfall.

Rains beneath 90 percent of a 50-year average are termed inadequate by the weather office.

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