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Titlagarh town in Odisha reels under heatwave conditions: Power cut derails normal life
India

Titlagarh town in Odisha reels under heatwave conditions: Power cut derails normal life

Odisha on Saturday recorded two more sunstroke deaths while Titlagarh, in the western part of the state, recorded 48 degree Celsius.

Watch: With the blazing heat, have your eggs on the rocks!
India

Watch: With the blazing heat, have your eggs on the rocks!

According to the IMD, the heat wave will continue in Haryana, Chandigarh, Delhi, Rajasthan, Bihar, Odisha, Marathwada, Vidarbha, Telangana

Heat wave kills 111 in Telangana, Andhra
India

Heat wave kills 111 in Telangana, Andhra

At least 111 people have died due to sunstroke in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh during last few days as the two states are experiencing intense heat wave conditions, officials said.

Feeling the heat: 2015 hottest year by far; 2016 expected to be worse
World

Feeling the heat: 2015 hottest year by far; 2016 expected to be worse

Blistering heat blanketed the Earth last year, making 2015 by far the hottest year in modern times.

Researchers say 2015, 2016 to become hottest years on record
World

Researchers say 2015, 2016 to become hottest years on record

Possible big changes in key global climate system suggest that global temperatures in 2015 and 2016 are set to reach record high levels, according to new research published on Monday by the Met Office.

French couple die of heat in US desert, but ensure their nine-year-old son survives
World

French couple die of heat in US desert, but ensure their nine-year-old son survives

The boy was dehydrated but in remarkably good shape when he was found alongside his dead father on a trail in the White Sands National Monument.

Pakistan heatwave claims 26 more lives, death toll rises to nearly 1300
World

Pakistan heatwave claims 26 more lives, death toll rises to nearly 1300

Twenty six people died on Sunday of high temperatures in Pakistan's Karachi, taking the death toll to around 1,300 as residents grappled with the week-long heatwave that has crippled life and overwhelmed the healthcare system.

Killer heatwave season: Here's how heat can kill you
India

Killer heatwave season: Here's how heat can kill you

More than 2000 have died as India's heatwave takes a perilous turn and there is no respite from the soaring temperatures.

Heatwave continues to scorch India: Death soars to 1,826; maximum casualties in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana
India

Heatwave continues to scorch India: Death soars to 1,826; maximum casualties in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana

The death toll in the sweltering heat sweeping many parts of the country climbed to 1826 on Thursday, with 414 lives being claimed by the scorching sun in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana since Wednesday.

Mega heat wave kills over 1,400 with majority in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana: The bad news is it will get worse
India

Mega heat wave kills over 1,400 with majority in Andhra Pradesh, Telangana: The bad news is it will get worse

While other states continue to also witness soaring temperatures, the death toll due to the heat wave hasn't been as high.

Dust storm kills at least seven, many houses damaged in Rajasthan
India

Dust storm kills at least seven, many houses damaged in Rajasthan

A severe dust storm, coupled with light rain, swept vast swathes of north India on Tuesday afternoon killing at least seven persons in Rajasthan and damaging several houses.

From momos to bacon, Twitter expresses what Mumbai's summer feels like
Mumbai

From momos to bacon, Twitter expresses what Mumbai's summer feels like

Mumbaikars take to Twitter to express their 'heated emotions' about Mumbai's extreme summer.

NBA: LeBron returns to Miami after Cavs transfer amid boos and cheers
Sports

NBA: LeBron returns to Miami after Cavs transfer amid boos and cheers

LeBron James was running the gamut of emotions on Thursday when he arrived at the arena that he called home for the past four seasons.

Qatar won't end up hosting 2022 WC, says FIFA's Zwanziger
Sports

Qatar won't end up hosting 2022 WC, says FIFA's Zwanziger

Although Qatar has insisted that a summer World Cup is viable thanks to cooling technologies it is developing for stadiums, training areas and fan zones, there is still widespread concern over the health of the players and visiting supporters.

Dutch face two challenges in round of 16 - Mexico and Steamy weather
Sports

Dutch face two challenges in round of 16 - Mexico and Steamy weather

Louis van Gaal is preparing his Netherlands squad to face two significant challenges in its World Cup Round of 16 match in this steamy northern Brazilian city — Mexico and the weather.

World Cup 2014: Court orders FIFA to implement water breaks
Sports

World Cup 2014: Court orders FIFA to implement water breaks

The court earlier said that the injunction was necessary because there was nothing assuring that FIFA would enforce its own guidelines.

Aspiring Mumbai cops die of heat stroke because of sheer negligence
Mumbai

Aspiring Mumbai cops die of heat stroke because of sheer negligence

The reason this happened was because not enough water bottles are provided and many suffer heat strokes. Is it asking for too much for police authorities to perhaps postpone such events when weather authorities have warned of heat waves?

Delhi: Long power cuts in blistering heat add to woes of residents
India

Delhi: Long power cuts in blistering heat add to woes of residents

Large parts of the national capital plunged into darkness Monday evening with outages lasting for several hours. Moreover, the blistering heat made life miserable for the residents.

Delhi heat wave: No respite as Palam records 47.8°C
Delhi

Delhi heat wave: No respite as Palam records 47.8°C

Palam in southwest Delhi recorded a temperature of 47.8 degrees Celsius, breaking a 70-year-old record, said Met officials.

Smart World Cup teams tap science to beat Brazil's heat
Sports

Smart World Cup teams tap science to beat Brazil's heat

Brazilian authorities generally avoid scheduling important domestic matches before 4 p.m. But FIFA scheduled 24 of the 64 World Cup games to start at 1 p.m., prompting some complaints from players' union FIFPro.