Delhi today experienced the hottest day in April in the last seven years as the mercury crossed the 43 degrees Celsius mark in some parts of the city which reeled under heatwave.
Bhira town in Raigad district of Maharashtra has recorded maximum temperature of 46.5°C, more than 7 degrees Celsius above normal, according to Skymet Weather.
Ahemdabad: Madhya Pradesh is likely to see 1-1.2 degree Celsius rise in temperature by 2045, bringing more droughts that will pose “enormous” pressure on agriculture, water resources, infrastructure and energy sectors, according to a stud
New Delhi: Cloudbursts claimed six lives in Uttarakhand's Tehri and Uttarkashi districts while there were scattered rains in other northern states, Odisha and Bihar, bringing down the mercury. A child died in Uttar Pradesh's Bijnore
Shimla: Himachal Pradesh continued to experience hot weather today with the day temperature crossing the 40 degree mark in the lower hills, a Met official said. Una town, located adjoining Punjab, was the hottest with
The scorching summer seems to be at its peak as the mercury touched 47 degree Celsius in various parts of the Delhi NCR region today.
New Delhi: Experiencing another blistering day, the national capital today reeled under scorching heat, recording its hottest day of the season with temperature breaching in excess of 46 degree Celsius. While the temperature was recorded
New Delhi: Mercury maintained an upward trend in most parts of the country today with Delhi and Jamshedpur sweltering under the season’s highest temperatures and many areas experiencing heat wave, forcing people to remain indoors.
New Delhi: The town of Leh in Ladakh region of Jammu and Kashmir experienced the coldest night of the season so far as the mercury plunged 12 degrees below freezing point even as minimum temperatures
Kolkata: A research shows that the health of the majestic Gangotri glacier that feeds the river Ganges has been affected, as the maximum temperature in the region has shot up by 0.9 degree Celsius and
London: Global temperatures will increase by around 3 degrees Celsius, despite current efforts to cut emissions and to limit the temperature increase to below 2 degrees Celsius, researchers have found.An assessment by European Commission's Joint