JAIPUR/ALWAR/KOTA: Dust storm followed by rains hit various parts of the state leaving two persons dead on Tuesday afternoon.
KOLKATA: Warm winds singed the city on Monday and pushed the mercury up to 40.6°C — the highest maximum temperature of the season so far.
Two people died of heat stroke in the city last week, taking the total number of heat-related deaths this season to three.
One of the major concerns in climate change studies is how the thermal conditions for the living environment of human beings will change in the future.
The maximum temperature in the State capital touched 41.7 degrees Celsius, with Jhansi being the hottest place in Uttar Pradesh at 46.6 degrees C.
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NEW DELHI: The national capital saw another scorching day on Wednesday with maximum temperature reaching 43 degree Celsius, three notches above the season's average, and is, along with north, centr
AHMEDABAD: If you think the heat is baking you right now, prepare to be roasted.
DEHRADUN/RUDRAPUR: Soaring mercury across the hill state has thrown life out of gear even as meteorologists predicted that the heat wave is likely to continue for some more days.
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